This Strawberry Mango Dairy Free Smoothie is creamy, lightly sweet, and perfect for breakfast!
My son recently got his tonsils out, so of course he wants lots of cold things for his throat. Instead of a gazillion sugar-laden popsicles and sherbet, I wanted to make him a healthier smoothie of sorts, but the doctor recommended only dairy free foods since dairy products produce extra saliva, which could irritate the back of his throat while it heals. Well, Silk to the rescue!
For this recipe, I used Silk’s Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative and Coconut Milk. Both are favorites in our house! My little guy wanted strawberries and mangoes, so I got the strawberry variety of Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative and some frozen fruit.
Did you know that all 6 of Silk’s Yogurt Alternative flavors (Strawberry, Blueberry, Black Cherry, Vanilla, Tropical Pineapple, and Peach & Mango) are made with REAL fruit and no artificial flavors or colors?! Plus, Silk Dairy-Free provides 6 grams of soy protein per serving, with no cholesterol and is an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D. My kids love the taste of Silk products, and I like that they’re good for them! I’ve had Silk Dairy-Free before in this Dairy Free Tropical Parfait, so I knew it was delicious and creamy to make the perfect addition to this smoothie! It was a great alternative to regular yogurt, so I didn’t have to worry about my son’s saliva getting thick and irritating his tender throat!
This Strawberry Mango Dairy Free Smoothie whips up fast for a tasty breakfast, snack, or even dessert! If you need ideas for more ways to make dairy-free delicious follow Silk on Instagram.
Strawberry Mango Dairy Free Smoothie
- 1/2 cup Silk Coconut Milk
- 1 (5.3oz) Strawberry Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative
- 1/2 cup frozen strawberries/strawberry slices
- 1/2 cup frozen mango chunks
- Ice, optional
- Place all ingredients into a blender.
- Blend until smooth.
- Add ice cubes and blend again for a more frozen texture.
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