Protein Packed Berry Smoothie Recipe

Berry Smoothies in tall glasses with straws.

Making a Berry Smoothie for my kids is a big part of our family’s routine. Now that my daughter wears braces, making berry smoothies recipes comes in handy after a (painful) visit to the orthodontist.

I also like making berry smoothies since they’re an easy way to get in a serving of fruit or vegetables into our diets.

Plus, we can drink them on the go during our busy mornings or in the afternoons on the way to a sports meet.

Berry smoothies in milk shake glasses with striped straws.

Why Orgain protein powder is best for berry smoothies

People who are vegan don’t want whey-based protein powders since they don’t eat protein from animal sources. Usually they’re stuck with vegan protein powders that are soy based.

However, some folks have concerns about soy and want an alternative.

That’s why I like Orgain Organic Protein Powder since it’s made from plant-based proteins like brown rice, hemp, chia, and pea. Orgain is made from organic plant sources and gluten free.

There’s no dairy, soy, lactose in Orgain products, and it’s non-GMO.

Orgain Organic Protein Powder is smooth and not at all gritty. Orgain and has a delicious flavor that both my kids and I like.

You won’t have to add any extra sweetener to your Berry Smoothie, because Orgain is sweetened with stevia and monkfruit.

Best of all, 2 scoops of Orgain Powder has 21 grams of protein and 5 grams of organic fiber!

What kind of Orgain Powder?

I used Sweet Vanilla Bean Orgain Organic Protein Powder in my berry smoothies recipe.

Orgain also makes Creamy Chocolate Fudge and Peanut Butter Flavor.

Haven’t tried the peanut butter Orgain powder, but the chocolate fudge is a family favorite!

Berry smoothie served in a milk shake glass with a striped straw.

Why I like adding Orgain Protein Powder to a berry smoothie

My son wrestles, so a berry smoothie with Orgain Protein Powder is part of his healthy eating routine and helps him stay in his weight class.

I like adding Orgain protein powders to berry smoothies, because the added protein makes smoothies more satisfying and staves off hunger between meals.

Why not use other protein powders? Well, many of the protein powders on the market are whey based.

I have a food sensitivity to whey, so I can’t use whey based protein powders since they give me a tummy ache.

My kids can tolerate whey just fine, but that means I buy a protein powder for them and another kind for me. Not very convenient.

Two milk shake glasses filled with berry smoothies served with colorful striped straw and a serving spoon on a fruit patterned tablecloth.

Tips for making easy berry smoothies with Orgain Protein Powder

Fresh or frozen berries?

I love using frozen berries in smoothies. Not only are they available year round, they’re so easy to use since they’re already washed and prepared.

If you have lovely fresh berries on hand, add a handful of ice cubes to thicken your berries smoothie.

Make dairy free smoothies

Finally, to keep this berries smoothie recipe vegan and dairy free, I used unsweetened coconut milk.

You can use lite coconut milk from a can or your favorite unsweetened coconut milk from the refrigerator section of the grocery store.

What type of blender?

You’ll also need a high powered blender to blend the frozen berries or ice cubes.

If you make a lot of smoothie recipes, it’s worth buying one.

I have a Blendtec and love it! When my kids broke it, the company replaced the jar for free.

Love healthy smoothie recipes?

Rev up your day with a Coffee Breakfast Smoothie or a Healthy Banana Smoothie.

Yield: 2 SERVINGS

Berry Smoothie Recipe

Protein Packed Berry Smoothie Recipe

This protein-packed berry smoothie makes a terrific on the go breakfast. This berry smoothies recipe is vegan and dairy free.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup frozen mixed berries
  • 1 cup unsweetened coconut milk
  • 2 scoops Orgain Organic Protein Powder

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender. Cover.
  2. Pulse on high until frothy.
  3. Serve berry smoothie in a tall glass with a straw or on the go in a blender bottle.

Notes

Makes 2 snack size (8-ounce) smoothies or 1 meal size (16-ounce) smoothie

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

8

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 167Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 56mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 4gSugar: 4gProtein: 26g

Nutritional information is automatically calculated per the ingredients list. Serving size may not be accurate. Please double-check with your preferred nutritional app for the most accurate information.

Originally posted on September 21, 2015. Updated with new information and pictures.

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