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How to make a Homemade Mixed Fruit Smoothie Tutorial (1 Viewer)

A tutorial on how to make mixed berry smoothies.

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Natural 0% Fat Yoghurt - (Yogurt for the US)
Frozen Mixed Fruit
Frozen Cherries
100ml Milk - Optional
½ - 1 Tablespoon Honey


You will need a smoothie maker or blender; I make mine using a Nutri Ninja.

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WARNING - MAKE SURE if you are using a blender to be extremely CAREFUL with the blades and ensure that if you are blending frozen fruit or ice your blender or smoothie maker can actually chop it up. I made this mistake with my smoothie to go maker, and I obliterated the motor because it couldn't chop frozen fruit! So please check before making.


1. Remove your blend cup from its slot, leaving just the base.

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2. Place around 200ml yoghurt into your Nutri Ninja Cup.

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3. Add around 200ml of frozen berries. I added the mixed fruit and then additional frozen cherries.

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4. Add around 100ml of milk to thin the mixture down. This may vary as depending on how thick you like your smoothie will depend on how much milk you add.

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5. Squeeze a tablespoon of honey to your mixture.

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6. Now you can seal the lid.

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6. Slot the cup into your machine, the fruit will then drop down near to the blades, press the pulse button a couple of times to allow the fruit to drop down and blend. Then select the blend or ultra blend option on your nutri ninja. Let it blend for approximately 45 - 60 seconds. For other blenders, select a continuous blend option so that your mixture fully combines.

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7. Once blended, remove the blade lid pour into a glass and drink straight away, alternatively remove the blade lid and place a sipper lid on your cup and store in the fridge, so it's ready to go when you are.

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Tip: Using frozen fruit helps keep the smoothie ice cold, if you are using room temperature or chilled fruit then you may wish to add a little ice or place your smoothie in the fridge for about ten minutes before drinking so the temperature drops, and it becomes cold.
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