Mixed Berry Green Smoothie Recipe

Healthy Mixed Berry Smoothie

PUBLISHED: 3.19.2020

This healthy mixed berry smoothie recipe is packed with flavor thanks to the cherries that are rich in antioxidants and natural sugars.


The sweet combination of cherries and mixed berries in this Mixed Berry Smoothie recipe help us age beautifully and rejuvenate our cells.

What are the benefits of a berry smoothie?

There are many added health benefits when you add berries AND cherries to your smoothie recipes. Read below to see why they are so rawesome!

1. 1 cup of cherries (without pits) contain 3 grams of fiber.

2. Berries minimize heart disease and cancer thanks to their antioxidants.

3. Berries and cherries are an excellent source of beta carotene (vitamin A) as well as vitamins C and E.

4. Great source of the following minerals: potassium, magnesium, iron, folate and fiber.

5. Cherries are also known for their anti-inflammatory benefits which helps to reduce pain and joint soreness for runners and athletes after workouts.

Mixed Berry Smoothie with Spinach

How many calories are in a mixed berry smoothie?

This smoothie contains 136 calories in a 16 ounce serving. This is NOT enough to make it a meal, yet have no fear! We’ve got you covered!

If you’re hoping to use this as a meal replacement, we highly recommend you use our Smoothie Meal Replacement Guide to add healthy fats and protein to your smoothie to create a well rounded meal. This will nourish your body and curb your appetite until the next meal.

If you’re enjoying this smoothie as a snack, you don’t need to do anything to it! Enjoy the simple tasty plant-powered goodness!

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Healthy Mixed Berry Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Blend
  • Cuisine: Healthy
  • Diet: Vegan


With the sweet combination of cherries and mixed berries, this Mixed Berry Smoothie recipe is packed with disease-fighting antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C. You won’t even taste the spinach, yet you’ll get the added health benefits!

This recipe is also called Berry Cherry Jubilee in our book, Simple Green Smoothies



  • 1 cup spinach (fresh)
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup cherries (pitted)
  • 1/4 cup strawberries
  • 1/4 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 banana


  1. Blend spinach and water until smooth.
  2. Next add the remaining fruits and blend again.


* Use at least one frozen fruit to make the green smoothie cold. Make sure to remove cherry pits before blending.

Keywords: Mixed berry smoothie, summer recipe, healthy snack

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  1. Ade says:

    It was awesomely delicious.

  2. Alissabeth says:

    So yummy! A little tangy from the cherry, but sweet from the berries. A new favorite!

  3. Sher says:

    Mixed Berry smoothie
    This was not bad- way too sweet as I added Protein Powder to it – I will have to adjust next time or leave out the protein powder

  4. Fiona Gough says:

    I made this with the addition of almond butter and oats to make it a meal replacement smoothie.

  5. Shelley says:

    Yummy one

  6. Meagan says:

    I’m leaving 4 stars but it very well might be a 5 star recipe, I just made substitutions. I used cranberry instead of cherry & kale instead of spinach + added cauliflower. It was good don’t get me wrong but not one I’d want to drink on the reg.

  7. Grace says:

    Oops, I forgot to add the stars with my comment too ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  8. Grace says:

    Very berry tasty! I did not have cherries or blueberries so substituted blackberries, which still tasted great. Also added my usual black chia seeds and pea protein powder. I look forward to trying this again with the original ingredients.

  9. Stacia says:

    I made the recipe as it and added 1 Tbsp of Flax seed. I really enjoyed this smoothie! I am going to make another batch for my kid’s snack.

  10. Sherri Lyness says:

    Forgot to rate it. Definitely a five. 🙂

  11. Sherri Lyness says:

    This is currently one of my go to smoothies. Costco has a great organic frozen berry mix.

  12. Amy Maxfield says:

    Berries! I am SO craving blueberries! Yum! I am working very hard to overcome my fear of eating fruit!

  13. Kimberlee says:

    Easy to drink bc of its sweetness. I love any smoothie with cherries in it.

  14. Tim says:

    This smoothie was delicious. Always enjoy the added banana to make it thicker. I always feel better when I know I’m having my greens and fruits to start my day.

  15. Lelian O says:

    I love day 2. I wasnt sure how this was going to taste but I loved it!

  16. Jessica says:

    We love this one, I make it a lot! Today I pumped it up with acai powder, elderberry syrup, and matcha green tea powder. Great way to start the day!

  17. Anita says:

    Great tasting smoothie. Great berry mix!! Next time I’m going to add Almond Milk.

  18. Cynthia says:

    This recipe is soooo yummy. Love the blend of berries with cherry!

  19. Susan says:

    I added kale today and substituted orange juice for the water. Yummy!

  20. Michelle Johns says:

    I sustained the cherries for blackberries. I wasn’t fond of it, will do cherries next time.

  21. Barbara says:

    Great tasting smoothie. I added chia seeds for protein, and lightly blended in a few fresh raspberries at the end. I like the druplets texture and little bursts of flavor. And I eat about 6-8 almonds for additional healthy fat and protein to make this a meal.

  22. Laura Young says:

    This was super simple and tasted good. The banana was slightly overpowering, but not too bad.

  23. Erin says:

    This smoothie is SO refreshing! Perfect blend of berries, with the slight sweetness of the banana added. Love it

  24. Laura Woollen says:

    I made this recipe with coconut water. I am pleasantly surprised it is not tart! Very tasty!

  25. Jean says:

    I made this today. I used a mixed berry medley (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries) in place of strawberries and blueberries. Added a little bit of cinnamon.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      I bet the cinnamon gave it a nice flavor boost! Use almond or oat milk in place of water, add some ground flax seeds and you have a berry cobbler!

  26. Dora Suarez says:

    Not bitter at all. I’m usually not a fan of MIXED BERRY smoothies as they are very tart and bitter to me, but not this specific blend. Wow, thank you, now I have a recipe to use up all my frozen cherries with. It blended smooth and almost has a cocoa flavor profile, hmm… I wonder how this would blend if I added a chocolate flavored protein powder.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Dora, I bet it would taste really good if you added that! I love making cherry smoothies and adding cacao powder so I think it would taste similar. 🙂

  27. Ella says:

    I’ll give this one a 3.
    Berries can’t seem to have that sweet affect,
    So the banana is covering for it …
    But it has its advantage – tones of antioxidants.

  28. ERIK TURNER says:

    Hello I love all your recipes I’m trying to get healthier and the smoothies help I look forward to making them I’m trying the berry berry jubilee today can’t wait thanks again.

  29. Judith says:

    Hi, sounds delicious, but I’m confused. The dieprections say to blend the orange juice but the recioe list doesn’t list orange juice. Are we supposed to use ok or not? Best, Judith

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Judith,

      Thank you so much for pointing out our mistake! You’re right this recipe does not contain orange juice. We’ll make sure and correct this right away!

      Thanks again! 🙂

  30. Britt says:

    This was great. I could barely taste the banana( which was a plus), and i also added oatmeal to the receipe instead of the chia seeds. it was so yummy. Question how many calories are in this drink?

    • Hi Britt! We aren’t sure how many are there. We focus more on counting the nutrients that are going into our smoothies 🙂 Lots of people use My Fitness Pal or Lose It to figure out how many calories are in each smoothie

  31. Miranda says:

    I’ve used lots of frozen berries with almond milk and oatmeal and never thought about using Greens and Chia Seeds. The taste is great. Thank you!

  32. Jocelyn says:

    Cherries (blueberries too) are a great way to hide the spinach for your kids! My picky little girl has no idea what she’s really drinking!

    • Jen H says:

      Yes Jocelyn! Berries can be your best friend with picky eaters. 🙂 I used to have to do that with my kids, but know they honestly don’t care what color the smoothie is because they know they taste good. The only thing I am not allowed to put in my kids smoothies is celery. Everything else is fair game. Cheers to our healthy families!

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