Yogurt is a healthy way to pack protein and probiotics into a drink! Try these top fruity smoothie recipes with yogurt, perfect for breakfast and snacks.
Want to add yogurt to smoothies? Great idea. Yogurt is an ideal ingredient for smoothies because it adds a good amount of protein, which makes it a filling breakfast or snack. Greek yogurt adds a whopping 12 grams of protein per half cup. It also adds live probiotics, which can aid in gut health, as well as calcium and vitamin B-12 (source). So why not add a bit of it to your morning smoothie?
Here a few things to note about smoothie recipes with yogurt:
- Use plain, unflavored yogurt. Flavored yogurts have added sugars and artificial flavors. All the recipes below call for plain yogurt.
- Substitute plain yogurt for Greek if you like. Greek yogurt is thicker and makes for a creamier smoothie, but you can substitute plain yogurt if that’s what you have.
- You can always add more! Most of the smoothie recipes below call for about ½ cup Greek yogurt for 2 small servings. You can always add a bit more if you want to amp the protein.
Also try: Homemade Drinkable Yogurt!
First up in our smoothie recipes with yogurt...the Best Yogurt Smoothie! This protein-packed drink is full of fruity, creamy flavor:, with just the right sweetness and dreamy texture. Greek yogurt is the key, packing this smoothie with a whopping 20% of your daily protein needs. It makes this drink a great way to start the day, or perfect for breakfasts or snacks.
Looking for a protein-packed smoothie with yogurt to sip? Try this Vanilla Protein Smoothie recipe! It’s full of creamy, lightly fruity flavor and 25% of your daily protein! Even better: there’s no protein powder: just all natural, delicious ingredients! It tastes more like a vanilla milkshake than a protein drink, perfect for breakfast or a post-workout snack.
We’re ready to stand behind it. This really the best blueberry smoothie recipe! This smoothie with yogurt hits all the right notes. It’s got the perfect creamy texture, tastes like pure blueberry, has no added sugar, and is full of real, whole food ingredients. (No fruit juice here.) And the best part? It’s got a hint of cinnamon, too.
Here’s a fun way to eat your morning oatmeal: the perfect Oatmeal Smoothie! Blend up oats with banana and peanut butter and it tastes, oddly enough, just like a bowl of oatmeal! The puree is perfectly scented with cinnamon and ultra creamy! It went over so well in our house, it’s one of our favorite smoothies yet.
Tired of the same old ways to eat bananas? Enter: this banana smoothie recipe with yogurt! It’s got just the right creamy texture and beautifully banana-forward flavor. Because here’s the thing: smoothies aren’t as easy to throw together it seems. Throwing random quantities of banana and milk into a blender is not the way to do it. We tinkered with this recipe to make it just right. And consider the code cracked.
Here’s a smoothie that’s full of cozy spiced, naturally sweet flavor: the perfect Apple Smoothie! This one works anytime and in any season. Cinnamon and vanilla are just the right compliment to the sweet tart fruit. It’s also loaded with protein from Greek yogurt, which gives it just the right creamy texture. You’ll almost feel like you’re drinking an apple pie milkshake…but a wholesome version!
Here’s one of the very best smoothie recipes with yogurt out there…this perfect raspberry smoothie! This beautiful puree has it all: the best sweet tart flavor, creamy frosty texture, and stunning brilliant color. This one was an instant favorite in our house! It’s one of the most refreshing smoothies you’ll find. It doubles as a treat: the perfect ending to a summer meal.
Here’s the peach smoothie of your dreams! Really. You’ll be blown away by the creamy texture and bright peach flavor, accented with vanilla and cinnamon. It tastes more like a milkshake! But it’s made with healthy ingredients like peaches, banana and Greek yogurt. It’s even good enough to serve as a healthy dessert.
Let’s make an orange smoothie with yogurt! Oranges are often overlooked when it comes to smoothie recipes. But they’ve got a beautifully citrusy flavor and loads of Vitamin C. This orange smoothie is creamy and tangy, with just the right amount of sweetness. You might find that it tastes like Orange Julius, so it's got a tasty nostalgic vibe too.
Meet the perfect berry smoothie recipe with yogurt! This one has just the right frosty yet creamy consistency and juicy berry flavor. There’s a little Greek yogurt for some protein to make it a filling breakfast or snack. Finally: we’ve met our perfect berry match.
Here’s a frothy, icy puree that’s bursting with flavor: the Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie! We love trying every smoothie flavor imaginable for snacks, breakfasts, and evening treats, and this one hits the spot. It’s got the best fruity flavor, with a tropical finish from the pineapple.
Here's a unique smoothie recipe with yogurt: a honeydew smoothie! Melon is an uncommon ingredient in smoothies, but this recipe will make you an instant fan. It has a beautiful delicately sweet flavor and a frothy texture. It’s hydrating and healthy: and the melon flavor really does shine! Accentuated with a hint of honey and vanilla, it’s super sippable.
Last up in our smoothie recipes with yogurt: the strawberry mango smoothie! It’s got a creamy and luscious texture and the perfect fruity flavor. Mango is ideal for smoothies because of its bright sweetness. Combine that with berries and banana, and you won’t be able to stop drinking it! The way the flavors combine is perfect for a healthy afternoon snack.
Another smoothie recipe with yogurt? Try this pomegranate smoothie! This delicious pink drink is bursting with fruity flavor and one of our favorite ways to use pomegranate seeds (except eating them by the handful, of course!). It pairs the jewel-toned seeds with frozen pineapple and banana to make a creamy puree that’s full of nutrients and vitamins. Throw in a little Greek yogurt for protein and you’ve got a smoothie that’s filling and irresistibly good.
Here’s our latest favorite in our challenge to make every fruit and vegetable into a smoothie: this kiwi smoothie! This green puree makes the most of the sweet tart flavor of this tropical fruit, combining it with mango and pineapple for pure fruity flavor! It has just a few ingredients: and we’ve customized it to what’s easy to have on hand.
Last up in our smoothie recipes with yogurt: do you crave chocolate on the regular? Here’s a way to get your chocolate fix and eat something healthy at the same time: the Chocolate Banana Smoothie! This puree is full of good for you ingredients, but tastes like a healthy chocolate milkshake. It’s just sweet enough to make you feel like it’s a treat, but not so saccharine that is feels like dessert. Bananas, cocoa powder, and Greek yogurt make magic in the blender with just a little maple syrup for sweetener.
Creamy Yogurt Smoothie
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 0 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 2 small smoothies 1x
Here’s how to make the best yogurt smoothie! This tasty protein-packed puree features frozen fruit and creamy Greek yogurt.
- 1 cup frozen strawberries (or other frozen berries)
- 1 cup frozen mango (or frozen pineapple or peaches)
- 1 banana, room temperature
- ½ cup Greek yogurt
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
- ½ cup ice
- Place all ingredients in a blender, breaking the banana into pieces. Blend until creamy and frothy, stopping and scraping down the sides as necessary. Serve immediately or store in a covered jar in the refrigerator for 1 day.
- Category: Drink
- Method: Blended
- Cuisine: Smoothies
- Diet: Vegetarian
Keywords: Smoothie recipes with yogurt
More smoothie recipes!
There are lots more flavors to try outside of these smoothie recipes with yogurt! Here are more favorite smoothie recipes to try:
- Greens & veggies: Kale, Celery, Avocado, Green, Beet or Spinach Smoothie (Go to Veggie Smoothies.)
- Berries: Strawberry, Mixed Berry, Fruit, Blueberry, Strawberry Banana, Strawberry Blueberry, Strawberry Mango, Raspberry, Chia Seed, or Blueberry Banana Smoothie
- Fruits: Banana, Peach, Watermelon, Orange, Mango Banana, or Pineapple Smoothie (Go to Fruit Smoothies.)