Strawberry Smoothie Meal – Super Refreshing & Nutritious

Strawberry Smoothie Meal

Anyone can enjoy this lovely refreshing Strawberry Smoothie Meal. This recipe is teaming with a powerhouse of super nutrients making it a delightful healthy option for all foodie lovers. It’s simply delicious, protein rich and is suitable for vegans.

Smoothies are a great way to get extra nutrition, especially with children. This delicious strawberry smoothie is a full meal or dessert that’s full of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals.

If you love creamy smoothies on a hot summers day, then why not take this one for a test drive? It’s dairy-free, gluten-free, and is nutritiously raw. It’s made with bananas, raspberries, pea protein and green superfood this will not only hit that sweet spot but will keep you full wherever you’re going.

You can also enjoy this smoothie as a refreshing meal replacement or it can be used for specific diets or weight control. Whatever your reason for drinking it, it’s simply irresistibly delicious!


This recipe calls for coconut yogurt, you can easily make your own free-from version or buy it from a shop. Why not try this recipe out Creamy Coconut Vanilla Yogurt, it’s super creamy and goes well with any dessert or smoothie.

If coconut yogurt doesn’t wet your taste buds or you aren’t dairy intolerant, then use your favourite dairy yogurt.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can change the fruit to strawberries.

The ingredients for this smoothie are pretty basic, but with a few extra special ingredients that you might not otherwise think of adding. You’ll need banana, fresh or frozen raspberries, coconut yogurt or other favourite, protein and a little extra sweetener in the form of stevia or honey (raw honey is best) to counteract any tartness from the raspberries.

Fresh raspberries are better because once they’ve been frozen the little seeds turn super hard, which can be unpleasant when drinking smoothies. If you’re substituting strawberries for raspberries they too are better fresh because once frozen they turn soggy and very watery.


Nutritional calculations are per person, are rounded off estimates and exclude optional extras. If you use other ingredients or quantities, the results can’t be guaranteed.

Kitchen Tools: Hand Blender

Prep: 2 min
0 min
Servings: 2

G. Carbs: 75g
N. Carbs: 65g
Freezable: No

Protein: 25g
Fat: 6g

Kcal: 198
Difficulty: Easy


  • 400g Cashew Milk (or other)

  • 25g Protein Powder of your choice

  • 1 small Banana

  • 1  1/2 cups Strawberries

  • 100 mg Vanilla Coconut Yogurt (or other)

  • 2 – 3 drops Vanilla Stevia or 1 tablespoon of Raw Honey

  • Pinch of Himalayan Salt

  • Optional garnish: berries, mint sprigs, nuts etc


  • Place everything in a blender.

  • Blend until smooth, the power of your blender will make the difference as to how long it needs to be blended.

  • Add a little more liquid if it’s too thick.

  • Taste for sweetness, then add your stevia or honey if you prefer it sweeter.

  • Divide into two glasses and garnish with your favourite toppings.

  • Serve and enjoy!