Healthy Vegan Berry Smoothie

Have you been on the look out for a smoothie or a smoothie bowl that is vegan, rich, healthy and simply delicious? You’ve finally found the recipe for you. This Berry Breakfast smoothie is definitely something you want to try out. It’s simple and easy to put together. Ok Simple Eaters, this gluten-free, grain free, soy free, paleo, vegan breakfast doesn’t get any easier than this! Try to say that sentence really fast haha. Now lets begin.


1 small ripe Banana or a ripe Mango
2/3 Cup Blackberries, Raspberries or Strawberries (or a mixture of them)
mineral water (optional)


Place the bananas (or the mango) into your food processor or blender. Add the berries. Blend or pulse until a smooth consistency is formed. Add water till you get your desired consistency and serve! Avoid adding any extra sugar. Remember the typical American diet is designed to promote sugar. Retrain your palate with real foods. Avoid the extra sugar and stay away from the processed crap!

Chef T’s healthy berry breakfast smoothie breakdown: 

Extremely easy to make: Simply prepare your ingredients and throw them into the food processor or blender and it’s ready go… perfect for the Simple Eater that’s extemely busy and looking for something quick, fast and healthy. And if you have kids you know time management is extremely important, this smoothie might be the answer for your kid’s morning breakfast.

Grain free, soy free and dairy free: This smoothie contains no grains, soy or dairy products, just high fiber fruits and some water. Nut Milks are always an option if you’re aiming to keep this recipe vegan.

Vegan, paleo and gluten free: If you were looking out for a smoothie that is not only vegan, paleo or gluten free, but a mix of all of these dietary needs, you just found it!

Flexible and Versatile: One other great thing about this smoothie is the fact that you can make it by substituting the ingredients listed or by using all of them. Feel free to try all the berries and then try them one after the other with either bananas or mangos. Be Creative and add some leafy greens such as kale or spinach.

Berries are considered an excellent anticancer food. They are loaded with powerful cancer fighting antioxidant. They act by preventing the body from accumulating free radicals and so much more. As a cancer survivor, I’m always looking for ways to incorporate anticancer foods into my eating regime.

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