Easy Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipe: Vegan, Dairy-Free

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If you want further proof that a vegan, sugar-free, and totally organic frozen fruit smoothie recipe can rock the socks off all those unhealthy brands, grab your blender and let’s go. This 100% fiber-rich ‘berry’ awesome frozen fruit smoothie recipe is as nutritious as it is delicious. And with probiotics to boot. It’s dairy-free, gluten-free, and nutrient-dense. Best vegan smoothie recipe ever for health & weight loss.  

Making smoothiesand getting healthier—couldn’t be easier than with this 100% vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and totally organic frozen fruit smoothie recipe.

It’s one of many healthy smoothie recipes I created back when I owned an organic food shop.  

It’s not only high-fiber and nutrient-dense—on top of being a weight loss smoothie—it’s customizable

Meaning you can mix things up and create your own custom blends.  

Which, according to this report, should rock berries

“Berries are the healthiest fruits—due in part to their plant pigments . . . . As a group, they average nearly 10 times more antioxidants than other fruits and vegetables, and exceed 50 times more than animal-based foods.”

This healthy smoothie recipe also contains . . .

  • Enzymes.
  • Phytochemicals.
  • Vitamins and minerals.
  • Micronutrients.
  • Polyphenols.
  • Flavonoids. 

And more.

All organic, vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and probiotic. 

Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipe

Close on two girls' hands toasting with giant mugs of frozen fruit smoothies.
This frozen fruit smoothie is packed with fiber.

Another thing that makes this frozen fruit smoothie recipe so healthy is fiber. 

A diet high in both soluble and insoluble fiber is key to good health.

And being that most folks these days are fiber-deficient—about 97%—it makes sense that a high-fiber frozen fruit smoothie recipe is a win.  

According to this report:

Unfortunately, about 97 percent of Americans eat fiber-deficient diets. It is naturally concentrated in only one place: whole plant foods. Processed foods have less, and animal-derived foods have none at all. Animals have bones to hold them up, but plants—and only plants—have fiber.

In addition to its well-known effects on bowel health, high fiber intake appears to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon and breast, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and premature death in general. A number of studies now show that high intake may also help ward off stroke. How does it protect the brain? It helps control your cholesterol and blood sugar levels, which can help reduce the amount of artery-clogging plaque in your brain’s blood vessels. 

Here’s a summary of the ingredients in this recipe (full measurements below):

  • Filtered ice.

  • Plant milk. 

  • Vegan yogurt.  

  • Frozen mixed fruit.  

  • Raw stevia.

  • Vanilla, almond, favorite extract.   

  • Unprocessed salt. 

The equipment is listed on the recipe card below.

Notes on Kitchenware

If you haven’t invested yet in high-quality non-toxic kitchenware, it’s well worth it. Properly cared for it lasts a long time and supports health.

You can also recycle glass jars and non-toxic containers from products you already buy and use them as food storage containers—which helps the environment and your wallet.

Look for conscientious packaging (BPA & phthalate free, etc.) that you can reuse.

Vegan Frozen Fruit Smoothie

Close-up of homemade frozen fruit smoothie topped with blueberries.
This smoothie recipe is nutrient-dense.

The healthy fruits in this recipe are packed with enzymes, antioxidants, and flavonoids.   

They boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, and fight oxidative stress.

And with nootropics onboard, double-win.


  • On the recipe card I note that Now Better Stevia Organic Extract Powder is the only brand that’s potent enough at the given measurement. You may need to increase the quantity of stevia to achieve the same sweetness with a different brand. You can also use xylitol or another sweetener.
  • It’s important that the banana is frozen.  
  • All the ingredients in this smoothie recipe are customizable.

Frozen Fruit Smoothie & Nootropics 

Heaping spoons of superfood powders and seeds.
Nootropics in smoothies are a win.

Here’s a list of boosters I add to smoothie recipes

Smoothie Ideas

  • Spirulina.

  • Chlorella.

  • Matcha green tea.

  • Barley grass.

  • Wheatgrass.

  • Mushrooms.     

  • Turmeric (curcumin) with black pepper co-factor.   

  • Beetroot powder.  

  • Vitamins and minerals.

  • Vegan protein powder.

  • Targeted plant blends.

  • Seaweeds and plankton.  

  • Seeds such as chia, hemp, flax, acai (best ground up in liquid and a good source of protein, omegas, and other nutrients).  

  • Nootropics/blends you prefer.     

  • Sprouts & microgreens (powerhouses).  

  • Nuts and nut butters

If you don’t add nootropics and boosters to smoothies and smoothie bowls, you’re missing out.

Smoothie recipes are a perfect base.    

But watch your brands.

According to this report:  

Earlier this year, a nonprofit group called the Clean Label Project released a report about toxins in protein powders. Researchers screened 134 products for 130 types of toxins and found that many protein powders contained heavy metals (lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury), bisphenol-A (BPA, which is used to make plastic), pesticides, or other contaminants with links to cancer and other health conditions. Some toxins were present in significant quantities. For example, one protein powder contained 25 times the allowed limit of BPA.   

Closeup of frozen fruit smoothie topped with blueberries.

Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipe

This recipe is organic, vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, and probiotic.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 4
Calories 115 kcal


  • Blender (glass, stainless steel, Vitamix).
  • Food storage container (ceramic, glass).
  • Flatware (stainless steel, maple, walnut, beech, teak; formaldehyde-free bamboo).
  • Cutlery (stainless steel).
  • Cutting board (hardwood like maple, walnut, beech, teak; formaldehyde-free bamboo).
  • Crockery (ceramic, glass, lead-free porcelain, maple, walnut, beech, teak; formaldehyde-free bamboo, stainless steel, lead & cadmium-free).


  • 11/4 cups filtered water ice.
  • 1/1/3 cups organic unsweetened plant milk – almond, coconut, etc.
  • 1/3 cup organic vegan yogurt.
  • 11/2 cups organic frozen fruit (your choice).
  • 1/2 cup organic frozen banana.
  • 1/1/2 teaspoons raw organic stevia.
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla almond, or your favorite extract.
  • 1/4 teaspoon Celtic Himalayan or unprocessed salt.


  • Add the ingredients in the following order:
  • Ice.
  • Nut milk.
  • Yogurt.
  • Frozen fruit.
  • Extract.
  • Stevia and salt.
  • Nootropics (powders, blends).
  • Blend until smooth or to desired consistency.


  1. I’ve found that Now Better Stevia Organic Extract Powder is the only brand that’s potent enough at the above quantity. If you use another brand you’ll need to add a lot more stevia to equal the same sweetness.
  2. You can adjust the quantities of ingredients in this smoothie recipe to your own taste regarding thickness and texture, and ditto for sweetness. 
  3. It’s important that the banana is frozen. 
  4. Most ingredients in this recipe are customizable. 


Calories: 115kcal
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