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Blueberry Kiwi Smoothie Recipe

Blueberry kiwi smoothie is a fast and easy snack to make.

Blueberry and kiwi provide ample vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, while low fat or cottage cheese provides us with slow-digesting protein for the prolonged feeling of fullness.

Published: April 30, 2021.


In a shaker or any suitable pot, put blueberries - they can be frozen or fresh ones. Fresh is, of course, better, but frozen blueberries are available all year long ...


Peel off 1-2 medium-sized kiwis and put them into the shaker.

Add some cottage or low-fat cheese. Cottage or low-fat cheese are a good source of casein protein - a very slowly digesting form of protein. Not to mention the abundance of calcium in such cheeses ...


Add some water and using a hand blender, mix everything. Beware of blueberry stains - they are hard to clean. Whenever I make such smoothies, I wear a black shirt - if I can't clean them, at least nobody can see them :o)


Smoothie is over.

During summer put the shaker into the fridge for 30-40 minutes and it will be like ice-cream.

Depending on the amount of water, you can make a smoothie that can be eaten with a spoon or drunk directly from the shaker.

Bone appetite!

Nutritional values of blueberry kiwi smoothie are:

Food Amount Protein Carbs Fats Fibers
Blueberries 150g 1g 11g 1g 7g
Kiwi 100g 1g 11g 0.5g 4g
Cottage Cheese 150g 18g 4g 3g 0g
Total: 20g 26g 4.5g 11g
Calories: 80 kcal 104 kcal 40 kcal -

That is around 225 kcal, mostly from carbs and protein, some from fats. Fiber content is also great - 11g.

Various shakes and smoothies are great snacks that can be made very quickly - that is why I like them. And if you look at the content in the above table, we have combined excellent sources of vitamins, minerals, fibers, antioxidants, etc. with a great source of lean, slow-digesting casein protein.

These are the general guidelines for most of the shake and smoothie recipes - experiment and find out what best suits you...


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