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Make a sunny escape in just two minutes with this high-protein, dairy-free Healthy Strawberry Smoothie! It’s the perfect nourishing breakfast or snack option to fuel your busy days — even when you’d rather be lounging on a beach!

Two glasses filled with a healthy strawberry smoothie topped with strawberries and a pink straw

February is definitely the time of year when we get that itch for warmer, sunnier days.

Virginia has some very gray, cold winters, and by now we’re all over it. Bring on Spring!

This Healthy Strawberry Smoothie is one of the easiest ways to brighten your mornings and bring a little bit of the tropics into your own kitchen — no matter what the weather looks like outside.

Overhead image of Strawberry Smoothie with bottle of almondmilk and fresh fruit and flowers

Best of all, the high-protein, dairy-free strawberry smoothie comes together in about 2 minutes with just a handful of simple ingredients. It’s a plant-based snack that tastes like dessert!

Seriously, this is SO thick and creamy!

Bright image of pink flowers fresh strawberries and a Healthy Strawberry Smoothie

You can pick up everything that you need for this healthy strawberry smoothie at your local Target, so you don’t have to worry about hard-to-find ingredients or time-consuming stops at multiple stores.

I’m keeping it really easy!

So Delicious almondmilk in Target shopping basket

There are two main ingredients that form the base of the smoothie. First, the liquid: I love this So Delicious Dairy Free Organic Almondmilk because it’s a better-for-you, dairy-free option that’s low in calories yet still incredibly creamy.

It comes in three different varieties, including Original, Vanilla, and Unsweetened. Any of these options will work perfectly in your strawberry smoothie.Three bottles of So Delicious almondmilk used to make a healthy strawberry smoothie

The second main ingredient in this healthy strawberry smoothie is the FRUIT! For a quick option that helps the snack come together in minutes, I keep a bag of no-sugar added Mango & Strawberry Blend frozen fruit in my freezer.

This eliminates any chopping, peeling, or prep work, and has all of the same nutritional benefits as fresh fruit. Plus, the frozen fruit helps to thicken the strawberry smoothie and give it that creamy, milkshake-like texture!

This Mango & Strawberry Blend includes frozen pineapple chunks as well, so it’s definitely got that delicious tropical taste. Remember…we’re dreaming of beach vacations over here!Mango and Strawberry frozen fruit blend used to make a healthy strawberry smoothie

I also like to use frozen, sliced banana in my smoothie since it adds really nice texture (and it’s a great way to use up overripe bananas that would otherwise be left sitting on my countertop).

How To Make This Healthy Strawberry Smoothie

The frozen fruit and the almondmilk go in a high-speed blender, along with a pinch of salt and a scoop of your favorite vanilla-flavored plant-based protein powder (also available at Target).

If you’re serving the smoothie to kids and you’d rather omit the protein powder, that’s fine too!Frozen strawberries mangoes and bananas in blender ready to make a healthy strawberry smoothie

After a quick whirl in the blender, you can dive right into this thick, satisfying, sweet, and tasty Mango and Strawberry Smoothie!

Close image of high protein and dairy free vegan Healthy Strawberry Smoothie in a glass

It’s a simple way to add nutrients to your diet in a fun way, and it’s a great escape from the winter blues as we wait (not-so-patiently) for warmer weather to arrive!

Don’t forget to use the Cartwheel app to take advantage of the 20% So Delicious coupon at Target, and let me know if you give this recipe a try. It’s on a regular rotation in our house, and I bet that your family will love it, too!

Extra Tips For Making This Healthy Strawberry Smoothie

  • Easily omit the protein powder if making for kids
  • Always keep bananas in your freezer for thick and creamy smoothies anytime
  • You can swap the mango and strawberry fruit blend for your favorite combo
  • Top with extra berries, seeds or nuts for added texture

Other easy smoothie recipes that you might enjoy:

Healthy Strawberry Smoothie With Mango

5 from 2 votes
Prep: 2 minutes
Total: 2 minutes
Servings 1 smoothie
Calories 270.2 kcal
A delicious dairy free, vegan healthy strawberry smoothie with banana and mango. So easy to make and perfect for summer!


  • 1 cup frozen no-sugar added Mango and Strawberry Blend
  • ½ banana sliced and frozen
  • ¾ cup  So Delicious Dairy Free Organic Almondmilk or more, as needed for thinning
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder optional*
  • Pinch of salt


  • Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Puree until smooth. If the mixture is too thick to blend, add additional almondmilk in very small increments until it reaches the desired consistency.


*Be sure to use a plant-based protein powder for a dairy-free smoothie.
Note: The ingredient measurements are simply a guideline. Feel free to use more (or less) almondmilk and more or less frozen fruit so that your smoothie reaches your preferred consistency. I like a really thick smoothie that I can eat with a spoon, so I always start with a very small amount of liquid and add more, slowly, as needed.


Serving: 1smoothieCalories: 270.2kcalCarbohydrates: 39gProtein: 25.4gFat: 2.1gSaturated Fat: 0.1gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 275.8mgFiber: 5.5gSugar: 25g
Keyword: non dairy fruit smoothie, vegan strawberry smoothie
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Author: The Seasoned Mom

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of So Delicious Dairy Free. The opinions and text are all mine.


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  1. 5 stars
    I have been making a variation if this smoothie in our house for years, although I never added salt. Do you know what it adds? I am on a low salt duet, so just curious. Also, I add a tablespoon of honey for sweetness and sometimes add about a 1/4 cup of Greek yogurt for added thickness.

    1. Hey, Meg! You can totally omit the salt if you’re watching your salt intake. I like to add a pinch of salt to most of my smoothies because I think it’s a nice counterbalance to the sweetness of the protein powder and fruit. Just a personal preference, though, so if your tastebuds like the smoothie without the salt, there’s no need to add it in. 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    What kind of protein powder do you use? I use a dairy, whey and soy free mix but am always curious to hear what others use.

    1. Hi, Tina!

      I like a bunch of different options, so I tend to go with whichever brand is on sale or easily available when I need it. 🙂

      For a plant-based powder, I like Vega and I like Tone It Up (both are at Target). For whey protein, I like Quest or IdealLean. Hope that helps!

  3. Hi Blair,

    I loved this mango and strawberry dairy free smoothie recipe so much that I featured it on my best of post, ’27 HEALTHY Smoothie Recipes’.
    I have not shared the exact recipe, only one image from here, a small quote and all credits given to you and linked back to this page.
    I would love it if you came and checked it out.
    Have a fantastic day!

    Katherine from GreenThickies.com