No matter where you are or what time of year it is, you can usually find frozen berries in a grocery store and add to your morning smoothie. Frozen berries are tremendous because they are reasonably priced and available year round. The most common frozen fruit in smoothies tend to be strawberry or blueberry.
That’s why this smoothie with strawberry and blueberry is so easy to make and enjoy. There is something special about waking up and filling your body with wholesome food. Eating smoothies for breakfast is one of those habits that feels good to stick with.
This smoothie with strawberry and blueberry includes only 6 ingredients and takes just 10 minutes to make. You’ll want to grab:
- Strawberries and blueberrIes (Frozen or fresh)
- Frozen bananas
- Coconut milk
- Coconut yogurt
The combination of strawberries and blueberries pair so well together. They are both naturally sweet and produce a beautiful vibrant purple smoothie. As always with my smoothie recipes, you can substitute with any plant based milk. I love the flavor of coconut milk. It is readily available in Bali and I even enjoy using it when I’m in the states.
This smoothie with strawberry and blueberry is extra delicious as we’ll be adding in coconut yogurt. Coconut yogurt creates a thick and creamy texture in our smoothie with strawberry and blueberry. The best part is that coconut yogurt is a probiotic and good for our digestion. Not to mention it is a healthy fat and source of protein.
Last but not least, a nice touch of cinnamon helps create a feeling of warmth and more depth to this nourishing smoothie. It’s also a great spice to always have on hand.