Sweet Berry Blast

Sweet Berry Blast

Berries are one of the best fruits for diabetics - colorful, full of antioxdiants and naturally sweet-tasting while still low in sugar, they make for a great Blast that's excellent for diabetics. Add a little organic, unsweetened greek yogurt for a zing that will also help you lose weight - greek yogurt is packed with protein and will help keep you feeling fuller, longer.



  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comment by Ktab96
December 30, 2015
I used low fat milk and substituted greek yogurt with a scoop vanilla whey protein. Yummy!
Comment by SandyFielder
September 16, 2015
How long is it recommended to blend raspberries or blackberries to get the best benefit out of the seeds?
the receipes I have tried so far for diabetics are disgusting! taste like mud! If anyone has a good blast good for diabetics, please let me know before I send this appliance back!
Comment by veradom
June 23, 2015
Is there a good reason blueberries rather than strawberries are in this recipe? Also, would flax seeds be a good addition for omega3?
Just made this and it's good! Using this recipe to not overeat! Thanks for posting this!
Comment by BrittFahs
January 24, 2015
Delicious and creamy. Slightly sweet but not too sweet, so its great for people who want something sweet but need to cut back on sugar.
Comment by Gawomack
January 22, 2015
Wow, great breakfast recipe! Great almond flavor and filling enough to hold you off until lunch. I love variety! Thanks for all the great recipes.

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