This super energy-boosting Mixed Berry Smoothie is perfect for a quick nutritious breakfast on the go! Loaded with fresh wholesome ingredients, naturally gluten-free and easily made vegan!
Say hello to this nourishing mixed berry smoothie! Creamy, rich, naturally sweet and absolutely worth waking up for! I've been drinking this energizing concoction for weeks and I just can't get enough!
*This post is sponsored by SIGG. All opinions are my own.
Easy, Wholesome Ingredients
All you need to make this easy gluten-free mixed berry smoothie is 7 simple wholesome ingredients:
- quinoa flour
- optional maple syrup
To make it vegan, simply swap kefir with almond milk, I often do it and is equally delightful.
Also, if you have troubles finding quinoa flour, substitute with puffed quinoa, almond or coconut flour.
The sweet & tart berry flavor is combined with a rich mix of banana and quinoa flour , and it's all liquefied with a splash of super healthy homemade kefir, to make a beautifully balanced nutritious breakfast you can sip on all morning long.
When I have a little more time, I like to first blend strawberries & raspberries together with a splash of water and set it aside, then blend blackberries & blueberries with banana & quinoa flour, and alternate the two colored smoothies in a tall glass.
It doesn't only look *super pretty*, but you are able to taste all the different berries at their berry best.
However, if you have a busy lifestyle, then you know having a proper pretty breakfast at the table is a luxury.
But that doesn't mean you shouldn't get all the nutrients you need to make the most of your day, actually the very opposite.
Perfect Breakfast For Busy Days
This nutrient-packed mixed berry smoothie is the perfect on-the-go breakfast for busy mornings.
All you have to do is throw all the ingredients in a powerful blender, and liquefy for about 30 seconds. Yes, I'm talking about a 30-second breakfast, how awesome is that?!
I like to make a generous serving and store this mixed berry smoothie in my gorgeous SIGG Dream bottle, so I can sip on it whilst bringing baby Noah to the nursery early in the morning.
I'm totally in love with my SIGG bottles, they're simply beautiful and divine to store your drinks!
SIGG is Switzerland's leading reusable bottle brand and has been making safe, durable, and stylish bottles with long-lasting quality for just about 110 years old, and all their bottles are BPA and EA free (so they contain no harmful chemicals).
The Dream bottles range is my absolute favourite, and it comes in so many lovely colours. It's made with super strong heat-resistant borosilicate glass and it's 100% leak-proof so no need to worry about annoying spillages.
My baby loves playing with it, I think because of the soft silicone cover, and I can guarantee these features come really handy when you have kids around!
And if you love hot drinks on-the-go, check out their Hot&Cold bottles range too, so you can switch from smoothies and fruit-infused water to hot tea in a blink.
If you’re looking for a speedy nutritious breakfast, or a healthy treat to fuel you up in the afternoon, this mixed berry smoothie is sure to become a favourite.
Awesomely nutritious, loaded with oh-so-good-for-you ingredients, it makes the perfect breakfast on the go!
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Mixed Berry Smoothie
- 150 gr strawberries
- 125 gr raspberries
- 125 gr blackberries
- 150 gr blueberries
- 1/2 banana
- 50 ml kefir (or almond milk)
- 1 tbsp quinoa flour
- 100 ml water
- mint sprig
- fresh mixed berries
- Place strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries in your blender. Add in the water and pulse to combine.
- Fold in chopped banana, kefir and quinoa flour and blend on high for about 30 seconds, until smooth and creamy. If the smoothie is too thick, add a little more water (or almond milk).
- Divide the mixed berry smoothie into two glasses and decorate with fresh berries and mint sprigs if desired.
The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.