Ruvi Recipe: Coconut Berry Smoothie

Ruvi Focus Coconut Berry Smoothie berries, mango, coconut smoothie recipe

Written by Jake Kastleman

 

Ready for a cold, delicious breakfast smoothie that's great energy for your brain?

This fruit and vegetable smoothie is delicious and dairy-free. It also doesn't contain any added sugar.

This smoothie serves 2-3 people and is filled with superfood berries, good fats (from coconut), and even vegetables (your kids won't even know they're in there). All of these serve as powerful nutrients for your brain to get you started on the right foot!

Enjoy!

 

Yields 24 oz. – serves 2-3

Ingredients

1 can coconut milk (14 oz.)

1 Ruvi Focus

1 cup frozen strawberries

½ cup mango

1 cup ice

Instructions

1. Place all ingredients in a blender.

2. Blend until smooth.

3. Drink up! 

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Recipe by Chef Madison Tormey

 




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