Celebrate Frozen Fruit Month with Wyman’s

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We rely on frozen foods a good bit here. Frozen fruits and vegetables last longer than fresh, and they are often cheaper. With March being Frozen Fruit Month, I have teamed up with Wyman to celebrate and make some smoothies with their products fresh from the freezer!

Wyman's of Maine Smoothie Recipes

Why Wyman’s?

Wyman’s of Maine has been in the fruit business ever since they started by growing wild blueberries in 1874, so they know their stuff when it comes to growing, harvesting and freezing fruit. Wild blueberries are native to Maine and the Canadian Maritimes where Wyman’s owns 10,000 acres of land. All their fruit is grown in an environmentally sustainable way with the interest of fresh fruit and care for the land. When properly stored, the shelf life of Wyman’s fruit can last up to two years, which is quite a long time to enjoy one harvest of frozen fruit. Wyman’s is available in the freezer section of a variety of retailers nationally.

Wyman’s Mixed Berry Smoothie

I’ve been celebrating Frozen Fruit Month with Wyman’s of Maine’s smoothie recipes! One of the recipes on their website I really like is their Mixed Berry Smoothie. It only calls for 4 ingredients, takes less than 3 minutes to make, and is very delicious!

Wyman's Mixed Berries Smoothie Recipe

1 cup Wyman’s Mixed Berries
1 cup fruit juice
1 banana
6 oz. vanilla yogurt

Mix all ingredients in a blender and enjoy! My three year old son loves this smoothie too, especially with one of his crazy straws! They are certainly kid-friendly.

More Ways to Celebrate Frozen Fruit Month

  • Toss thawed Wyman’s fruit with a salad for more nutrition.
  • Add thawed blueberries to your sparkling glass of wine.
  • Bake berries in your favorite cakes, pies, or muffins.
  • Mix the berries with yogurt or oatmeal for a sweet breakfast.

How will YOU be celebrating Frozen Fruit Month?


  1. says

    We have smoothies for breakfast every day at our house! We love them. I typically mix frozen berries, spinach, a touch of stevia and flax seeds. I also sometimes add an orange, frozen pineapples, or a little banana!

  2. brett says

    we do LOTS of blueberry stuff in our house. and frozen (STILL frozen) blueberries work great without ‘bleeding’ too much in blueberry baked goods :)

  3. says

    That looks SO good! I don’t know that I’ve seen the Wyman’s brand here in the southwest… I’ll have to look for it. I can totally make that smoothie with the simple ingredients, and not feel guilty about it either! :)

  4. says

    My bf & I always purchase frozen fruits specifically for smoothies! We’ll usually throw in a banana or something else fresh just because, but frozen berries are so much more affordable than fresh and are perfect for smoothies.

  5. says

    So many smoothie ideas, so little time!! I love a good smoothie. I often use frozen fruit for smoothies when the fruit isn’t in season. It’s always just as good!

  6. says

    I just got a big bag of Wymans blueberries at Costco to make breakfast smoothies. I keep them frozen and toss them into my blender – it avoids me having to put ice in my smoothie and water it down!

  7. says

    I have been thinking of amping up the smootie selections at our house, and these berries sound perfect for coming to my rescue. :) I love any and all fruits too!

  8. Eliz Frank says

    Pretty amazing! Every day I learn about a new holiday month… Okay, I’m all for fruit and fruit bars… Happy Month to all!

  9. says

    You know, I am not 100% sure I have ever heard of this brand. That smoothie looks amazing, though, so I will be on the lookout. :)


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