Vegan Mixed Berry Protein Smoothie With Superfood

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This delicious vegan mixed berry protein smoothie with bioactive superfoods is a major energizer. Rocks vitamins, minerals, all nine essential amino acids, and more.

As a vegan athlete and health nut for over 40 years, I’m always on the lookout for high-quality protein to fuel my jam. In fact getting enough healthy protein in my diet is a top priority.

So it’s pretty handy that I happened to run a little food biz years back with tons of nutritious smoothie recipes. It’s also dope that we rocked slews of nootropics and smoothie boosters on the side.

Because along with fruits, veggies, legumes, salads, and the scores of delicious entrees we create, powerhouse protein smoothies are always around. I started pumping them in my teens and never stopped.

And especially mixed berry packed with literally the most nutritious fruits on earth.

According to one report,

This recipe is organic, vegan, and gluten-free.

Protein Smoothie Recipe

Top view of protein smoothie with berries and plant-based protein powder.
When it comes to protein powders, vet your brands.

One of the healthiest things about this vegan smoothie recipe aside from the fact that it’s sugar-free, gluten-free, and probiotic, is that it’s organic.

Studies have shown hands down that organic rocks.

Here’s why:

Organic Food Benefits

  • Organic foods cannot be grown with synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or sewage sludge.
  • Organic foods cannot be genetically engineered or irradiated.
  • Organic foods cannot contain synthetic growth hormones or antibiotics.

According to this report: 

Studies have shown small to moderate increases in some nutrients in organic produce. Organic produce may have more of certain antioxidants and types of flavonoids, which have antioxidant properties. Compared with produce grown using usual (conventional) methods, organically grown produce has lower levels of pesticide residue.


  • Filtered ice.
  • Plant milk.
  • Vegan yogurt.
  • Mixed fruits.
  • Banana
  • Stevia.
  • Vanilla.
  • Pink salt.
  • Protein powder.

Homemade Protein Smoothie

Top view of blender with berries, protein powder, bananas.
Plant-based protein is packed with fiber and micronutrients.

Another reason why plant-based protein rocks is fiber.

According to this report:

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.


  • 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 protein smoothie recipe are customizable.

Vegan Protein Smoothie Recipe and Nootropics

Heaping spoons of powdered superfood blends and seeds.
Nootropics are a go-to for smoothie recipes.

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

Healthy smoothie in a glass by nootropics presents this protein smoothie recipe and vegan smoothie.

Protein 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 140 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 vegan ‘milk’ almond, coconut etc..
  • 1/3 cup organic vegan yogurt.
  • 11/2 cups organic 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.
  • 1-2 tablespoons organic plant-based protein powder.


  • Add the ingredients in the following order:
  • Ice.
  • Nut milk.
  • Yogurt.
  • Frozen fruit.
  • Extract.
  • Stevia and salt.
  • Nootropics (protein 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. Using additional frozen fruits and veggies will make it slushier.  
  4. Most ingredients in this protein smoothie recipe are customizable. 


Calories: 140kcal
Keyword Healthy Smoothie Recipe, Protein Smoothie, Protein Smoothie Recipe, Smoothie Recipes, Vegan Smoothie Recipe
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