Triple Berry Smoothie

Pick your fruit.

We chose strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and bananas to be our base, but any combo of fruit is great. Make a tropical smoothie of pineapple, mango, and banana or add blueberry and peach to switch it up a bit. 

Fresh or frozen fruit?

For smoothies, frozen fruit is best. It blends up thicker than fresh and gives you a really cold smoothie to enjoy when done. If you don't have frozen fruit, freeze your fresh fruit for 30 minutes before blending or add some ice and blend until smooth! 

Add a thickener. 

We use unsweetened greek yogurt in our smoothie, but peanut butter, almond butter, or vanilla yogurt are all great options. If you prefer thinner smoothies, you can either lessen the amount of thickener or skip it all together.

Choose a liquid.  

Almond milk is great for the added nutty flavour, but coconut milk pairs well with a tropical smoothie. Whole milk or fruit juice also work well. 300ml of liquid makes the perfect consistency. If you skipped the thickener, use less liquid as well. 

Throw some add-ins in. 

Add some spinach or kale for additional nutrition or flax seeds for omega-3s. Flavours like fresh mint, vanilla extract, cinnamon, or honey will take any smoothie to the next level. 

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1 banana
200 g frozen strawberries
100 g frozen blackberries, plus more for garnish (optional)
200 g frozen raspberries
300 ml almond milk
125 g greek yoghurt


In a blender, combine all ingredients and blend until smooth. 
Divide between 2 cups and top with blackberries, if desired.


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