Strawberry Mango Protein Smoothies are a quick easy protein fix that can be made dairy-free and ready to go in no time.
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The kids and I have been drinking protein smoothies at least once a week for an easy fun way to get protein for breakfast. The kids eat so much oatmeal, all have varying opinions on eggs, and get bored easily so adding my favorite Garden of Life Raw greens and protein makes adding protein to breakfast easy.
I use frozen fruit for convenience but the protein powder takes away some of the bright flavors (and colors) of strawberry and mango so feel free to swap frozen strawberries and mangos out for fresh fruit.
I also use coconut milk in place of cow’s milk so feel free to swap in your dairy of choice. I’m thinking almond milk would be a delicious option. If you use fresh fruit instead of frozen, you can cut the liquid down by 1 cup.
And aren’t the little pinwheel straws I bought at Target last summer just the cutest?! It makes smoothie time even more fun.Print
Strawberry Mango Protein Smoothies
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 4 12 ounce servings 1x
- Category: Breakfast
- Cuisine: Smoothies
- 5 cups milk of choice*
- 2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries
- 1 cup fresh or frozen mango
- 2 scoops protein powder
- Add milk to blender.
- Add protein powder and blend.
- Add fruit and blend until smooth.
- Add more milk to reach desired consistency if thicker than you like. We like ours nice and thick.
- If super thick, be careful when pouring as it tends to plop out of the blender pitcher.
*4 cups if using fresh fruit
Do you have a favorite way to get a serving of healthy protein for breakfast? Let us know in the comments!
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