Berry Smoothie

11 Mar, 2020

A super easy smoothie in the morning, just 5 minutes of blending and pour either in a tall glass or a to-go bottle.

I like a little tartness; therefore, I don’t add any sweetener to my smoothie. If your palate is not ready for it yet you can add a little bit of honey/maple syrup or half a banana to soften it a bit. Personally I try to avoid bananas as much as possible in Europe as they are not native to the region and are artificialy ripened. For me being from an island I know the taste of naturally ripened bananas and I find that the bananas here in Europe have a bitter dry aftertaste. Sometimes it can’t be avoided and I definitely add it when I know it will improve a dish.

I like to top it off with a little bit of coconut flakes to add more texture. Because it’s quite a thick smoothie you can also use this as a base for your smoothie bowl and top it with a little bit of almond slivers, coconut flakes, or anything else to your liking. It’s very easy to get creative with this one.

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5 from 1 vote

Berry Smoothie

Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Breakfast
Keyword: berries, coconut yogurt, dairy free, smoothie
Servings: 1
Author: Kyara


  • Blender


  • 300 ml coconut yogurt
  • 200 gram frozen berries


  • Add all ingredients into blender and blend till all berries are liquified.