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Dairy Free Purple Cow Fruit Smoothies

Are there days when you don’t have time to eat breakfast but still need something to fill you up?  Smoothies are the answer to this problem.  Soy yogurt is used in this recipe so everyone can enjoy!  Prepackaged individually so you can grab one bag instead of multiple and quick start your day!

Dairy Free Fruit Smoothies

Author/Source:

Mindy @ onceamonthmeals.com

Ingredients:

  • 32 ounces soy yogurt (flavor of your choice)
  • 14 ounces frozen strawberries
  • 10 ounces frozen blueberries
  • 3 large bananas, chopped
  • 16 ounces frozen peaches

Directions:

Place 3 tablespoons of yogurt, approximately 1.5 cups of fruit (varies on taste preference) and a little juice or dairy free milk in blender.  Blend to desired consistency.  Add protein powder or other nutritional supplements to make this an even heartier breakfast!

Freezing Directions:

Fill muffin pan with 3 tablespoons of yogurt.  You can also use an ice cube tray and put 1 tablespoon in each.  Freeze.  Once frozen, use spoon to free from pan.  Place 1 cubes of yogurt (or 3 small ones to equal 3 tablespoons) and about 1.5 cups of fruit in individual freezer bag.  Remove as much air as possible.  Label and seal.  To serve:  Place contents of bag in blender and add a little juice or dairy free milk.  Blend to desired consistency.

Servings:  8 smoothies

**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

4 Responses to “Dairy Free Purple Cow Fruit Smoothies”

  1. Brianne says:

    Fyi- from experience w an allergic child I have learned that most soy yogurt has live cultures made from casin, milk. So if there is an allergy involved be very cautious. I have found only 1 soy yogurt that is truly dairy free. And one coconut.

  2. mindy says:

    Thanks Brianne. Yes, it is always good to check labels and do your own investigating. As a parent you know what is best for your child.

  3. Sara Harder says:

    Which soy yogurt is truly dairy free that you found? Thanks.

    • mindy says:

      I use Whole Soy & Company. Though I do have to get it at the natural grocery near me as the traditional grocery store doesn’t carry it.

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