Vegan smoothies are easy to make (just use fresh fruit and optional vegan yoghurt or plant milk). Easy to throw in healthy vegetables (like hidden spinach), smoothies make a great quick breakfast or snack. You don’t have to spend hundreds of pounds on a Vitamix, just ensure you buy a quality blender with a glass jug, so the motor won’t burn out quickly. Here are some nice recipes made with fresh or frozen strawberries. More variety of flavours than store-bought and no packaging either.
Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie (Short Girl, Tall Order) only needs 4 ingredients (including vegan yourt). It’s a nice way for enjoying a fresh fruit breakfast in the morning.
Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie is a classic, but this one has almond milk, vanilla protein and almond butter to make it a nutrition bomb for vegans.
Strawberry Mango Smoothie (Running on Real Food) is a beautiful bright pink colour, but don’t be fooled. This smoothie hides your choice of healthy veggies from spinach to cauliflower to beets (which will help the colour too).
Strawberries & Cream Smoothie Bowl (Crowded Kitchen) is a simple 4-ingredient recipe, to make the ultimate healthy fresh fruit breakfast. Smoothie bowls are simply thicker, and eaten with a spoon from a bowl. Top with optional nutritious ingredients.
Vegan Strawberry Slushies (Addicted to Dates) offers a healthier take on a Slush Puppy. These refreshing frozen drinks are perfect for summer, and are made with fresh berries and kombucha (a gut-friendly sparkling tea).
Vegan Strawberry Smoothies (Green Smoothie Gourmet) are rich with protein, as they contain navy beans. Other ingredients include diced pitaya and pineapple granita with vegan yoghurt.
Cauliflower Strawberry Smoothie (Green Smoothie Gourmet) adds a nutritional boost, due to the hidden cauliflower, cucumber and white mushrooms. Yet it tastes like a tropical fruit milkshake.