Berry Protein Smoothie Recipe

Berry protein smoothie recipe - Dr. Axe

This berry protein smoothie recipe is great for breakfast or post workout! It’s high in protein, healthy fats and carbs to replenish your body’s stores or get you ready for the day!

Berry Protein Smoothie Recipe

Total Time: 2 minutes
Serves: 1

Ingredients:

  • 1/3 can coconut milk
  • 1 scoop paleo protein powder or 2 raw eggs (cage-free, organic)
  • 1 cup frozen berries (no sugar added)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • stevia to taste

Directions:

  1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.

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20 Comments

  1. Sally on

    Do you have a smoothie that is good for you but replaces my addiction of Mocha Frappe’s (McDonald’s). I am struggling with this addiction badly!! It’s expensive and bad for me! But the taste is what I crave and the texture and temperature (cold). Please help! thank you in advance….

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  2. Shanil on

    Hi Dr Axe,
    I prepared this smoothie yesterday for breakfast. I used Plain Kefir ( 1 glass) instead of Coconut milk and also added 1 tbsp Chia seeds to the smoothie. It tasted great and I can drink this everyday for my breakfast. But after consuming this smoothie with in 1 hour I started feeling hungry and really wanted to eat something more. How ever I controlled my urge. I am not sure what I am doing wrong here.

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  3. Kai on

    Hi! I don’t have access to the whey protein powder and am paranoid about salmonella, do you have a different item I could put in instead of eggs?

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  4. Barb Wohlbrandt on

    What can I use in place of coconut products as it is an avoid food for my blood type. I know a lot of your recipes call for coconut products.
    Thank you

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  5. Kathyann on

    What can a diabetic use instead ot any dairy products. I saw your post on type 2 diabetic stay away from dairy.I need some more info. Thanks dt.axe.

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  6. Roy Raines on

    I have been on a Vegan diet for several years and lately my hands have started to tremble …The Doctor says my vitamin B level is Low but I’m not to sure it’s not a lack of Protien in my diet …Would it be a good idea to add Protien to my diet also. Thanks for your help

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  7. Betty on

    Hello Dr.Axe I am a pre diabetic that is looking for a good breakfast smoothie that will work until lunch can you help me.

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