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Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe

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This mixed berry smoothie recipe is perfect for meal prep! Stock your freezer with delicious smoothie jars to conquer busy mornings and midday hunger pangs.

With meal prep smoothies, you don’t need to skip breakfast if you’re running late or settle for fast food to give you energy during an afternoon slump.

Just grab a jar, loosen things up under warm water, and dump the contents into a blender.

The reward? A refreshing and creamy berry smoothie that’s completely vegan and tastes like a treat! 

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Why You’ll Love This Berry Smoothie Recipe

  • This mixed berry smoothie is made with no yogurt or banana to showcase the sweet-tart goodness of strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries!
  • Meal prep smoothies are single-serving, so they’re perfect for quick breakfasts and on-the-go snacking! 
  • This chia seed berry smoothie can be customized with different fruits, veggies, liquid of choice, and preferred sweetener to satisfy every diet and palate. 
berry smoothie recipe without yogurt

Ingredients And Substitutions

Rolled oatsOats make the vegan mixed berry smoothie more filling, which is exactly what you want for breakfast.

Chia seeds – This berry smoothie does not use yogurt but turns out deliciously thick, thanks to chia seeds. 

Ground flaxseed Add ground flaxseed to your mixed berry almond milk smoothie for extra fiber. You can also use hemp seeds

Plant-based vanilla protein powder – Improves the blend’s flavor, and the added protein helps keep you full. 

Frozen mixed berries – This berry smoothie with flax and chia seeds uses frozen berries for the perfect consistency. 

Unsweetened almond milk – Try this delicious berry smoothie with coconut milk or cranberry juice!

Pure maple syrupYou can also make stevia simple syrup from scratch or use Medjool dates as your sweetener for these delicious smoothies.

Ice cubes – Ice cubes are optional to help you achieve your preferred chilled smoothie consistency. 

mixed berry smoothie with almond milk

Tips For Making This Recipe

Make-Ahead Tips

You can freeze these meal prep smoothies for up to 1 month! When ready to blend, run the jar under warm water for a minute to thaw the edges of the smoothie base and make it easier to pour into the blender.

Make the Smoothie Thicker

Use frozen berries and add just enough milk to combine everything. You can also thicken your vegan mixed berry smoothie with cashew yogurt, avocado, or—here’s a surprising thickener—frozen cauliflower!

Try Different Add-Ins

Use this berry smoothie recipe to sneak in wholesome veggies like kale into your diet! You can also add peanut butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, or ground matcha tea to create a different flavor combination.

vegan mixed berry smoothie

Frequently Asked Questions About Meal Prep Smoothies

Are these vegan mixed berry smoothies better with milk or water?

It’s a matter of preference. Some prefer milk for a rich and creamy smoothie, while others opt for water to avoid affecting the final flavor of their drink. 

Do you need yogurt for chia seed berry smoothie?

No, as seen in this yogurt-free mixed berry smoothie recipe. For creamier smoothies without yogurt, you can add oats, chia seeds, nut butter, bananas, or avocado. 

Should I put ice in my mixed berry almond milk smoothie?

Ice cubes are not necessary to make a smoothie. But if you’re not using frozen berries, adding ice cubes can help thicken the mixture and, of course, chill the smoothie. 

What’s the best thing to freeze berry almond milk smoothies in?

These meal prep smoothies are best stored in freezer-proof jars. The jars are easy to label, arrange in the freezer, and place in a lunch bag if you want to bring one on the go. 

How to meal prep smoothies?

You can prepare the smoothie base in jars like this berry smoothie recipe or make the smoothie and pour the mixture into ice cube trays. Freeze, then store the frozen smoothie cubes in a freezer-safe container until ready to blend and serve. 

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Berry Smoothie Recipe

Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe
This mixed berry smoothie recipe is perfect for meal prep! Stock your freezer with delicious smoothie jars to conquer busy mornings and midday hunger pangs.
Louisa
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Divide the rolled oats, chia seeds, ground flaxseed, and protein powder among the glass jars.
    step 1 berry smoothie with flax and chia
  • Add the frozen mixed berries on top. Cover the jars with their lids and freeze until you’re ready to make your mixed berry smoothie.
    step 2 mixed berry smoothie no yogurt no banana
  • To make a smoothie, dump all the contents of the jar into the blender pitcher. 
  • Pour half a cup of almond milk and swish to combine.
  • Add a tablespoon or two of maple syrup. If you want a thicker smoothie, add ice cubes.
  • Blend on high for around 1 minute and 30 seconds or until completely smooth. Taste and add more maple syrup if needed.

Notes

  • You can freeze these meal prep smoothies for up to 1 month! When ready to blend, run the jar under warm water for a minute to thaw the edges of the smoothie base and make it easier to pour into the blender.
  • Use frozen berries and add just enough milk to combine everything. You can also thicken your vegan mixed berry smoothie with cashew yogurt, avocado, or—here’s a surprising thickener—frozen cauliflower!
  • Use this berry smoothie recipe to sneak in wholesome veggies like kale into your diet! You can also add peanut butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, or ground matcha tea to create a different flavor combination.

If you love these meal prep smoothies, check out these vegan make-ahead freezer smoothies. Choose from 4 flavors for on-the-go, guilt-free indulgence! 

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