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- Dish type
- Strawberry smoothie
This drink is great for a morning smoothie, but refreshing anytime.
15 people made this
- 375g hulled strawberries
- 1 orange, peeled
- 125ml coconut milk
- 4 ice cubes (optional)
MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min
- Place the strawberries, orange, coconut milk and ice cubes in a blender. Cover and blend until smooth.
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(14)
Reviews in English (10)
Yum! I modified the recipe slightly - since I didn't have an orange, I used orange juice. I also added several tablespoons strawberry yogurt as well. This was great, refreshing smoothie! The coconut milk gives it a real tropical taste. I will definitely make this again!-18 Jul 2007
Ahhh!!! I feel like I'm on a beach when I close my eyes and sip this. So yummy! I couldn't find coconut milk in the store but I did find cream of coconut. I don't know how close they are but I decided to use 1/4c cream of coconut and 1/4c skim milk to sub. I blended that first to make sure it was smooth then threw everything else together. This is my favorite!-14 Apr 2008
I found this recipe while on the hunt for some way to use up the coconut milk I had in the fridge and I'm SO glad I did!! It was absolutely OUTSTANDING! My kids and I all loved it! My oldest even asked me to make it for him again tomorrow! As far as following the recipe, I used frozen strawberries, so left out the ice. I subbed orange juice (3/4 cup) in place of the whole orange and tossed in a banana. I also added another 1/4 cup of coconut milk at the end because it seemed a little thick (maybe because of the addition of the banana?). The result was delicious! We'll definitely be making this one again and again!!-17 May 2011
Tangy and delicious vitamin C packed strawberry orange banana smoothie made with fresh fruit and creamy almond milk. This easy, 4-ingredient smoothie is vegan and perfect for adding a boost of your favorite protein. A wonderful, healthy breakfast or snack!
Today’s smoothie is inspired by a classic dose of my childhood nostagia. Does anyone remember strawberry orange banana juice, or even pineapple orange banana juice?
As a kid, both of those juices were some of absolute favorites. Oh and let’s not forget about my obsession with cherry and orange tangerine Juicy Juice — SO GOOD!
Curious what your favorite juice was when you were a kid? Drop a comment and maybe I’ll recreate it!
Strawberry and Coconut Oil Smoothie Recipe
- 1 cup almond or coconut milk (water works too)
- 1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
- 1/2 fresh or frozen banana
- 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil
The Optional Add-ons
- 1 cup spinach, kale, or other leafy green
- A dash of high-quality salt
- 1 serving of your preferred protein and/or green superfood powder
- 1 tablespoon cacao powder or nibs
Place all the ingredients into your high-speed blender and blend for around 30-45 seconds or until nice and smooth. If you don’t have a very powerful blender and your coconut oil is in liquid form, you might want to blend everything except the coconut oil first, then drizzle it on and blend for another 5-10 seconds to avoid clumping.
- Calories: 260
- Fat: 17g
- Protein: 3g
- Carbohydrates: 27g
- Fiber: 5g
- Sugar: 14g
- Vitamin A: 11% RDA
- Vitamin C: 150% RDA
- Calcium: 48% RDA
- Iron: 8% RDA
Feedback on this recipe will bring a big smile to our face, but not as big as drinking this smoothie does :) Happy Blending!
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Blend The Smoothie
Peel orange and separate into sections, removing any visible seeds. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend, 3-4 minutes. Add 2 cups ice and blend until smooth, 3-4 minutes. Pour into two glasses and enjoy!
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Strawberry & Orange Smoothie
This simple 5-ingredient Strawberry & Orange Smoothie contains a hidden veggie! It’s creamy and refreshing and perfect enjoyed as a quick and easy breakfast or on the go snack. This smoothie is Vegan, Paleo, Dairy Free, Grain Free, Gluten Free and Specific Carbohydrate Diet Legal.
Why you are going to love this Smoothie:
- Banana, strawberries and orange is one of my favourite combinations of fruit that results in a creamy, sweet and citrusy drink.
- It contains a secret veggie! I promise that you would never have any idea that there is a zucchini hidden in this smoothie. The zucchini completely blends in with the other ingredients and is completely undetectable in taste, smell and texture.
- All you need is a handful of ingredients to make this delicious smoothie, no running out to the store to find special ingredients, you likely already have everything you need in your kitchen.
- Make ahead: Make the smoothie in advance and divide the smoothie into 2 portions and freeze. The smoothie will last up to 2 months in the freezer and can quickly be blended with a splash of almond milk before drinking.
What you need to make this Strawberry Orange Smoothie
Frozen Banana: Frozen banana is my go to ingredient for almost all smoothies. It helps to thicken smoothies as well as adding natural sweetness. I find it easiest to freeze bananas whole with the peel still on, right before using run them under hot water for 5 seconds and then twist the peel off with your hands. It’s fast and easy and there is no need to use bags/wrapping to store them in the freezer.
Zucchini: zucchini is a great veggie to add to smoothies because it’s flavour is mild and undetectable when blended with other ingredients. You can add the zucchini whole, but I find that it blends more smoothly when shredded first.
Strawberries: The star ingredient of this smoothie! I prefer to use frozen strawberries which also act as ice cubes to help make the smoothie cold and thick. If using fresh strawberries you may need to add in a handful of ice.
An Orange: Rather than using orange juice in this smoothie, adding an entire peeled orange adds flavour and helps to thicken it, plus the orange pulp is high in fiber.
Unsweetened Almond Milk: You can use any milk alternative of choice. I like using almond milk because of its mild taste and lightness. Coconut milk will give the smoothie a rich flavour and thick (even creamier) consistency.
Ways to modify this Strawberry Orange Smoothie
- Coconut Milk or Coconut Cream: although this smoothie recipe is already very thick and creamy, if you want to make it extra indulgent add in coconut milk.
- Collagen Peptides or Protein Powder: I recommend choosing a flavourless option so as not to overpower the smoothie. I have been adding collagen daily to my smoothies for years and have noticed a massive difference in the strength of my hair and nails.
- Flaxseed or Chia Seed: Although not Specific Carbohydrate Diet Legal blending in a tablespoon of one, or both, of these seeds will add fiber
- Extra fruit such as pineapple, peaches, blueberries or raspberries.
- Vanilla Extract: adds an extra dimension of flavour
Here are a few other smoothie and fruity drink recipes that you might enjoy:
If you make this recipe let me know in the comment section below, I would love to hear what you think or take a photo and tag me (@everylastbite_) on Instagram, I love seeing your photos!
Strawberry, Orange And Dandelion Smoothie
One of the most unusual smoothies I’ve tried so far is this Strawberry, Orange and Dandelion Smoothie by Charissa from Colourful Palate.
This smoothie is my Green Smoothie of the week and you can have a look at Charissa’s original recipe here.
I’ve always been interested in foraging and wild edibles and I even went on a herb walk around Glasgow to learn more about edible greens growing around the city.
I found it so interesting but got very scared when the guide told us some plants are very dangerous to eat. I couldn’t remember which ones they were or what they looked like so I thought it would be better to just avoid eating all wild plants I didn’t recognize.
However, I do recognize dandelions. They are quite distinctive with their jagged leaves.
Picking Dandelions For My Smoothie
We’ve had almost non stop rain in Inverness for weeks and weeks (in fact practically all year) which has meant the grass hasn’t been cut and ‘weeds’ have grown all over the place.
There were a few clumps of dandelions out there, so after I saw this recipe by Charissa from Colourful Palate, I was inspired to go and get some for myself.
I had a bit of competition from a slug on one of the leaves so I let him have that one, but cut the rest at ground level with my scissors and gave them a very good wash.
I’m normally squeamish about bugs on my food but after signing up for an organic vegetable box, I’m getting very used to washing bugs off my leafy greens.
Thankfully there were no more bugs on them.
I picked a whole bowl full of dandelion leaves thinking I wouldn’t need to use the whole lot, but fortunately (!) I managed to cram them all into a cup so they measured one packed cup.
This is the standard amount of greens in my Green Thickie recipes and I wanted to experience the full force of the dandelion flavor, but you could always include half spinach, half dandelion or all spinach if you can’t get hold of any dandelion.
Perfect Strawberry Smoothie
Keeping it simple is almost always best, and this strawberry smoothie is as simple as they come. With just four ingredients, it comes together quickly and is bursting with strawberry flavor. Sweet, luscious strawberries, and nothing else. It does not get much better than this. And that color! Do me a favor and make sure you have something clear to pour this smoothie into, so you can show off that beautiful shade of pink. The pretty color appeals to kids and adults of all ages, meaning it will disappear fast!
Strawberry smoothies are a delicious way to get your vitamins and protein! Your loved ones won’t even know that it is so good for them! Strawberries are packed with vitamin C and antioxidants. Greek yogurt not only adds creaminess and tang but protein and calcium. It tastes and seems like you are sipping a strawberry milkshake, but it is so much better for you. So let’s get back to basics and make a classic strawberry smoothie.
Orange Julius Strawberry-Banana Classic Smoothie
As the trend for fruit smoothies surged in the 1990s, the Orange Julius company didn't want to be left out. Orange Julius popularized the fruit smoothie with the original Orange Julius blended drink back in 1926. But as thicker smoothie drinks of more complex blends became popular, Orange Julius put a twist on fruity beverages with a secret ingredient that is dumped into the blender along with the fruit. They also add a scoop of the original powdery compound added to the "Julius" drinks. This new powder, called coconut-almond compound, includes a frothing and thickening agent, plus a hint of coconut and almond flavorings. Now you can clone your own version of the most popular variety of the chain's Classic Smoothie using coconut syrup and almond extract as part of your own homemade secret recipe.
This recipe is available in
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 3 tablespoons pasteurized egg white or egg substitute
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1/4 cup coconut syrup (such as Coco Lopez)
- 1/4 teaspoon almond extract
- 2 medium ripe bananas
- One 10-ounce box frozen strawberries in syrup, thawed
- 3 cups ice
1. Combine all the ingredients except the bananas, strawberries, and ice in a blender and blend on high speed for 15 seconds, or until the sugar is dissolved.
2. Add the banana, strawberries, and ice and blend until the ice is crushed. Pour into two 16-ounce glasses, add a straw, and serve.
Strawberry Cheesecake Smoothie
This strawberry cheesecake smoothie is creamy, indulgent and satisfying. Maybe the biscuit isn’t strictly healthy, but this smoothie is a lot more nutritious than an actual slice of cheesecake.
- 8-10 strawberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1 individual vanilla or strawberry dairy-free yogurt (120g or ½ cup)
- 1-2 digestive biscuits
You can blend everything up or layer the ingredients into a decadent dessert. Get the full low-down here.
13 Delicious Whole30 Smoothies That Are Packed With Nutrients
One thing is clear when looking for the best Whole30 smoothie recipe on the internet: A lot them aren&rsquot actually Whole30 recipes. Yummy, yes, and maybe even healthy-ish&mdashbut not Whole30 compliant.
The founder of that program isn&rsquot keen on smoothies, and her reasoning makes sense, diet-wise&mdashit&rsquos better to eat your foods than drink them, because then your brain gets the &ldquoI&rsquom full!&rdquo signal more clearly.
That said, sometimes you just need or want a frosty, frothy tall one&mdashand when you do, you can build a Whole30 smoothie that avoids the program&rsquos Don&rsquots: No cow&rsquos milk, oats, protein powders with off-limits ingredients, sweeteners (that includes those added to plant milks, as well as maple syrup, honey, agave, stevia, and coconut sugar). No traditional yogurt, kefir, fro-yo, and ice cream (obvi!). Alcohol-based extracts like vanilla and spices are fair game, though.