Kiwi Blueberry Smoothie
Kiwis and blueberries have specific, exotic flavor and when combined in a simple smoothie can create explosion of aromas and fragrances. Smoothie is made in no time and it is suitable even for people on low calorie diets.
Published: February 21, 2020.
How to Make a Kiwi Blueberries Smoothie
In tall pot (shaker, as usual in my case) add some blueberries and a peeled off, medium sized kiwi.
Kiwi should be fresh, while blueberries can be frozen or fresh - fresh, especially from your own garden, are the best, of course! :)
To increase protein content and to make smoothie thicker and more fulfilling, add some low fat or cottage cheese.
Ordinary or Greek yogurt is also a viable option, just be sure to add less liquids - water or milk, if you use yogurt instead of cheese.
Add water or milk and blend everything using hand stick mixer/blender.
Great about berries and other similar fruits is that combinations like this are practically endless - boredom is easily avoided.
And that is all - kiwi-blueberry smoothie is made. It can be served right away or if cooled little bit in freezer, it can be served as healthy ice cream in suitable ice cream cups. If you plan to make kiwi blueberry ice cream, make smoothie thicker by adding less water or milk - this will make smoothie thicker and it will need less time to achieve desired consistency in the freezer.
Kiwis and blueberries are full of beneficial antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fibers and consuming this and similar smoothies on regular basis can improve health and overall well being.