Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie

Hi Everyone,

Today I have for you my version of a Valentine’s Day smoothie.  When I think Valentine’s, besides chocolate, I think of fresh red fruit like strawberries and raspberries.  So today I took one of my favorite berries and made it into a super simple, tasty smoothie.  This is my Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie.
Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie
This smoothie is creamy, sweet and has the perfect blend of raspberries. Plus, oh how I love the color!! I don’t know what it is about pink, but it’s just so girly, romantic and just darn pretty! 🙂 This was my Husbands and my Sunday morning drink. I think he looks forward to smoothie Mondays because I normally make them when he’s home. I guess you can say he’s a little spoiled.
Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie
Making this smoothie is super easy! All I did was add some frozen raspberries, vanilla greek yogurt and vanilla almond milk to my blender, give it a whirl and you have this thick, tasty drink! This drink is gluten-free, but you can make it vegan by adding a vegan yogurt, like coconut yogurt. I do love coconut yogurt!
Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie

Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: A little over 2 cups
  • Serving size: The Whole Recipe
Prep time: 
Total time: 
A creamy, thick, low calorie smoothie made with vanilla greek yogurt and raspberries.
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 6 oz container vanilla greek yogurt
  • ½ cup vanilla almond milk, unsweetened
  1. Add all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
Calories: 155, Fat: 2, Cholesterol: 0, Sodium: 165, Potassium: 502, Carbs: 30, Fiber: 9, Sugar: 11, Protein: 7

Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie
Wow, I just added my nutritional stats and I can’t believe it has 9 grams of fiber. No wonder why I was full after drinking it! I love this and this smoothie will make for a great morning breakfast.

Well I am off, I made something wonderful and it’s time to taste test. If all goes well, I’ll be sharing it with you this week!

Have a wonderful Monday!


Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie


  1. This smoothie looks absolutely incredible! I so want this in my life!

  2. This is the PERFECT protein packed Valentine Breakfast!

  3. Who would believe that 3 simple ingredients could make such a beautiful, delicious looking smoothie. I can see why your husband loves your smoothie Mondays, who wouldn’t?

  4. I have all these ingredients right now! Making this tomorrow. Awesome. 🙂 Vanilla almond milk is my favorite, so thank you for including it here.

  5. Crystal D. says:

    This was very good, thank you for the recipe! I will definitely add this in to my smoothie rotation. I used 1/2 cup raspberries, 1/2 of a 5.3 oz chobani vanilla yogurt, and 1/2 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk and my calorie content came out to 155.

  6. Nice tall glass makes the smoothie look even yummier!. Love the photos!! 🙂

  7. I’m always looking for fruit smoothies to make and this one looks delicious! Being a huge fan of simple and tasty, this recipe is right up my alley. By the way, you take beautiful pictures~


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