Wild Blueberry Smoothie

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Smoothies are back and better than ever!  Add frozen Wild Blueberries to keep consistency and chill for your students – serve them either at breakfast, lunch or for a powerhouse snack.  Use Wild Blueberries to mix with greens for even more appeal for athletes and older students.  “Breakfast sales are up 35% with smoothies, ” reports Blair Currier, Director of Yarmouth Schools.

Select Recipe Size:

Serving size:
9 oz.

Component Qualification:
½ cup fruit juice, 1 meat/meat alternate

Nutrients per Servings:
See nutrition panel

Ingredients

Ingredients Weight Measure
Wild Blueberries, thawed1 lb.3 ½ cups
Orange juice8 oz.
French vanilla yogurt4 cups
Equipment & Utensils:
  • Tall pot or mixing bowl
  • Spatula to scrape down yogurt containers
  • Immersion blender or table top blender
  • Measuring cups/scale
Ingredients Weight Measure
Wild Blueberries, thawed4 lbs.14 cups
Orange juice32 oz. (1 qt)
French vanilla yogurt14 cups
Equipment & Utensils:
  • Tall pot or mixing bowl
  • Spatula to scrape down yogurt containers
  • Immersion blender or table top blender
  • Measuring cups/scale
Ingredients Weight Measure
Wild Blueberries, thawed13 ½ lbs.50 cups (3 gallons)
Orange juice14 cups (3 ½ quarts)
French vanilla yogurt50 cups (3 gallons)
Equipment & Utensils:
  • Tall pot or mixing bowl
  • Spatula to scrape down yogurt containers
  • Immersion blender or table top blender
  • Measuring cups/scale

Directions

1.Add orange juice and Wild Blueberries to blender.

2.Puree until smooth. Add yogurt puree until well-mixed.

3.Portion into 9 oz. cups.

1.Add orange juice and Wild Blueberries to blender.

2.Puree until smooth. Add yogurt puree until well-mixed.

3.Portion into 9 oz. cups.

1.Add orange juice and Wild Blueberries to blender.

2.Puree until smooth. Add yogurt puree until well-mixed.

3.Portion into 9 oz. cups.

Critical Control Points for Food Safety:

Keep product refrigerated at 40'F or less until served.