Smoothies for breakfast just got better. This one has a frozen waffle, blueberries and maple syrup blended right into it. It tastes like blueberry pancakes! The best thing? It’s made it a single-serve grab-and-go blender. This post sponsored by Stonyfield Greek Yogurt.
I’ve never been a breakfast smoothie person. Even though they’re full of great ingredients, they aren’t filling enough.
That’s why I add fiber-rich carbohydrates to my morning smoothie.
A More Filling Smoothie
Basically, I add a frozen multigrain waffle to the blender along with the yogurt, fruit, and spinach. It fills me up and keeps me full until lunchtime. It’s so much better than snacking throughout the morning.
For this version of my healthy smoothie, I went with classic pancake flavors. So you have greens and yogurt (like any healthy smoothie) and then I added the frozen waffle, blueberries, and maple syrup. It tasted just like blueberry pancakes!
Smoothie On The Go
The recipe serves one. I make it in my Single-Serve Hamilton Beach Blender. This gadget makes quick breakfasts so easy. The blender makes one smoothie. Take the cup off the blender and pop on the travel lid. It fits in my car’s cup holder. It’s so convenient to blend and then immediately take it wherever I’m going. It’s even kid friendly.Print
Breakfast made healthy and quick! Learn how to make a Blueberry Pancake Green Smoothie in minutes.
If you’re using the Hamilton Beach Single Serve Blender then this makes exactly enough to fill it for one serving. If you use a different larger blender, you can double or triple the recipe to make more servings.
- 1 frozen multigrain waffle
- ½ cup Greek yogurt
- ½ cup frozen blueberries
- ½ cup water
- 1 Tbsp. maple syrup
- ½ cup supergreen lettuce mix
- ½ cup ice cubes
- Break the frozen waffle into 1-inch pieces and put it in the blender with the yogurt, blueberries, water, and maple syrup. Pulse until things are broken up quite a bit.
- Add the greens and the ice cubes. Blend until smooth.