6 oz Strawberriesabout 1 cup
¼ cup Coconut Milk
½ cup Wateror coconut water
The beauty of drinking a smoothie is they are healthy, delicious and FULL of fiber. My strawberry kiwi smoothie recipe is a hit with everyone I meet and is the perfect breakfast treat. If you need a quick snack, then make sure that you try this recipe because it is going to make your belly happy.
I know my kids would drink it all the time! Besides, you can hide anything and everything in a smoothie for your kids and all they will taste is how delightful it is. It’s full of fresh ingredients and is really easy to make.
Strawberry and kiwi are a great addition to any smoothie because their flavors complement each other so perfectly. My strawberry kiwi smoothie is versatile, full of healthy fat and rich in antioxidants. Did I mention it is suitable for every season, especially if you have frozen strawberries? That’s deliciousness 24/7. All year long. If you want to know how to make it, keep on reading.
How to make smoothies even healthier
Smoothies are the perfect drink to squeeze in all our necessary vitamins and minerals that we wouldn’t necessarily get in our diet. Adding greens, and fruits with high antioxidant content are important. Another great idea is to add probiotics and vitamin powder to your smoothie to meet your daily recommended dietary value. You will have a healthier digestive system, and a stronger immune system. It’s worth it.
Can I Use Frozen Strawberries?
ABSOLUTELY! The beauty of frozen fruit and vegetables (when sourced well) is they are frozen at their peak ripeness. It means that they contain their greatest value of vitamins and minerals. When it’s December and you can’t get freshly grown berries, switch to frozen and you’ll know that you are getting great nutrients in those too.
Milk in smoothie
Consider the different flavors of plant-based milk and add in whichever you would prefer. If you need protein in your smoothie, add soy milk to the recipe. For a thicker, creamier consistency, consider using coconut milk or cashew milk. If you want your smoothie to be more thick, almond milk will be your go-to.
What Tools Do You Need?
For this recipe, you will need a high-speed blender and a knife to cut and peel the strawberries and kiwi. Having a cutting board would be great, but it isn’t absolutely necessary.