Wild Blueberry Smoothie – Easy, Delicious

Smoothies are very popular, especially during the warm summer months.  We have our own wild blueberry smoothie recipe that we love to share with customers, and the wild blueberries from our farm make this smoothie so delicious!

Earlier this month a long-time customer shared that she loves our fresh blueberries and always buys enough to freeze.  She doesn’t do much baking and was very happy to find an easy way to add our frozen wild blueberries to her diet.  She also commented on how good the smoothie tastes!

Last season another customer sent his teenage daughter to pick up his annual order of blueberries.  She said, “My dad eats these every morning in his smoothies.  He loves your blueberries!”  We enjoy hearing lots of comments like this every year.

Alexander’s Wild Blueberry Smoothie

1 c. Alexander’s frozen wild blueberries (fresh do not work)

1/2 c. vanilla yogurt (Greek has more protein)

1/2 c. skim milk

1-2 Tbsp. honey

2-3 ice cubes

Combine all the ingredients for this wild blueberry smoothie in your blender, NutriBullet or similar kitchen appliance.  Makes 1 serving.

Another easy way to enjoy your daily dose of wild blueberries is to combine one cup with 1/2 to 3/4 cup of  vanilla yogurt  in a cereal bowl.  Drizzle honey over the combined blueberries and yogurt and top with granola.  After setting for 5 minutes or so, the blueberries have thawed just enough for your first frosty bite.  In the summer, I eat this bowl of bliss 2-5 times a week.  So easy, so delicious, so nutritious!

Have you reserved your wild blueberries?  We make it as easy as possible and no payment is due until you pick up your wild blueberries.

Click here to place your order and join the many customers who prefer the taste of our wild blueberries to others.  It’s a taste that keeps them coming back year after year!

I look forward to seeing you on the barn porch in August.

There’s NOTHING like a Wild Maine Blueberry!

Denise Alexander

 

Quantities are limited.
Order early to reserve your wild blueberries!