Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie

Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie

Instructions to Make a Fruit Smoothie:

To prepare this frozen fruit and yogurt smoothie, you’ll need solidified blended berries (or any solidified fruit you like), Silk Strawberry Dairy-Free Yogurt, and Silk Unsweetened Cashewmilk. Include the solidified fruit smoothie ingredients into a blender, yet save half of the cashew milk. 

Then, mix the smoothie ingredients until smooth, and pour in the rest of the cashew milk gradually until wanted consistency is reached. For a thicker fruit and yogurt smoothie, include less cashew milk. Also, for a more thinner smoothie, include somewhat more. 

As well, this healthy fruit smoothie can be solidified for as long as one month (simply cover the head of the glass with saran wrap or store in a sealed vessel). At the point when you’re ready for smoothie, let it lay on the counter for 30 minutes before drinking. 

Tips for the Best Fruit Smoothie:

Also, the solidified natural fruit in this simple smoothie formula can be subbed with new fruit, whenever wanted. You’ll have to include a modest bunch of ice, however. In the event that berries are in season, you can get them new and freeze them the night before.

Additionally, don’t hesitate to change out different ingredients as you see fit. Play around with the yogurt flavor you use, or utilize plain yogurt and sweeten with little honey or maple syrup. 

What’s more, any non-dairy milk from Silk would match pleasantly with the kinds of this smoothie, so don’t feel like you need to restrict yourself to cashew milk.


This frozen fruit smoothie is filled with berries, strawberry yoghurt and cashew milk. Frozen fruit smoothie recipes are the best because they don’t require ice to achieve the perfect consistency!


8 ounces (1 cup) frozen mixed berries
6 ounces dairy-free strawberry and silk yoghurt (or your favourite)
1 cup Silk unsweetened cashew milk (or your favourite milk)

How to Prepare:

Firstly, Add the fruit, yoghurt and about 1/2 cup of milk to the container of a blender or food processor. Mix on high power and add the rest of the milk to drizzle, if necessary, until the desired texture and consistency for the smoothie is obtained. Finally, serve immediately.

Also, the extra portions can be stored in a glass (plastic) for up to 1 month in the freezer. Thaw at room temperature for about 1 hour before serving. You can also freeze the extra portion in popsicle molds.


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