Your Tummy Will Be Berry Happy!
Ever wonder who first looked at a bunch of their favorite ingredients and decided they should be blended together and sipped?
In 1940 Mabel Stegner published a recipe book that described three milk smoothies. After the introduction of the refrigerator and then the blender, in the 1960’s smoothies were made popular through the rebirth of macrobiotic vegetarianism. And of course the rise of flower-power loving hippies!
People started going vegan and turning to organic and natural products in order to eat right and get healthy. In 1973 lactose intolerant Steve Kuhnau founded the first “Smoothie King” in the US which quickly became a chain and ultimately blended the smoothie into a much loved household name.
How Easy Is It To Make This Recipe?
This vegan smoothie is so easy you could probably teach your cat to do it. The world needs another funny cat video, so if you do try please send us a vid.
Will It Break The Vegan Keto Bank?
There are certainly worse bank-breaking smoothie recipes out there. This one is kind on the account. Hemp hearts and chia seeds aren’t the cheapest ingredients on the vegan shopping list; but they do go a long way. Using frozen berries keeps your cost reasonable, and ensures good quality berries despite the season.
Vegan Keto Secret Tip
I like to batch up my smoothies and store them in ice cube trays.
Smoothie ice cubes are a nice way to jazz up your next smoothie or green juice. Having two small children, we also love pouring leftover smoothie mixture into reusable popsicle moulds.
A cool vegan smoothie popsicle treat is hard to beat!
For the smooth as silk consistency you’re looking for, you need a good quality blender!
This bright and beautiful delight is for kind ketonians beginning their day in a joyful mood. As far as smoothie’s go she is sweet, playful and seductive.
So good for you she should be compulsory.
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This wild mixed berry vegan keto smoothie deserves a poem…ahem…If love was a liquid it would look like this. Wake up to a heart-opening serving of sweet berry bliss. Smooth as silk, and tasty like a lazy Summer Sunday, Every day that starts here is going to be a fun day.
- 1 cup mixed frozen berries (we used blueberries and raspberries)
- 2 tbsp chia seeds
- 1/2 cup dairy free yogurt
- 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
- 2 tsp hemp hearts
- 2 cups purified water
- Add all the ingredients into a blender and process to obtain a smooth, creamy, dreamy liquid.
- Serve right away or serve “to go” into a lidded glass bottle.
- Category: Breakfast
- Serving Size: 2
- Calories: 259
- Fat: 9
- Unsaturated Fat: 10.5
- Carbohydrates: 8.8
Keywords: vegan keto smoothie, mixed berry smoothie, vegan keto breakfast