Learn how to make a soy milk smoothie and try some of these tasty and nutritious recipes.
Many people are lactose intolerant or choose not to drink animal milk (i.e., vegans) and can substitute plain soy milk for regular cow’s milk in any smoothie recipe. Soy milk is made from soybeans and has as much protein as cow’s milk, but is better because it has little saturated fat and no cholesterol — making it better for your heart and waist-line.
Soy Milk Smoothie Recipes
Banana Berry Soy Milk Smoothie
makes 2 servings
1 cup soy milk (you can use plain or vanilla flavored soy milk)
1 fresh banana
1/2 cup fresh organic strawberries
1/2 cup frozen organic strawberries
1/4 cup frozen organic wild blueberries
1 Tbsp agave nectar (optional — I don’t add a sweetener because the fruit is already so sweet)
What’s the nutrition is the Banana Berry Soymilk Smoothie? This smoothie is a good source of manganese, vitamin C, fiber, calcium and potassium. The blueberries add an antioxidant boost. The fresh fruit provides live enzymes and the frozen fruit makes the drink cool and thicker.
Banana Chocolate Soy Milk Smoothie
1 fresh banana (or 1/2 fresh and 1/2 frozen)
1/2 cup silken tofu or plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup soy milk
2 tbsps unsweetened raw cocoa powder
1 tbsp agave nectar or honey
What’s the nutrition is the Banana Chocolate Soy Milk Smoothie? It is high in potassium, fiber, calcium, protein and iron and also contains vitamins A and C.
Blueberry Mango Soy Milk Smoothie
1 cup fresh and / or frozen blueberries
1 cup mango chunks
1 cup plain Greek yogurt or silken tofu
1/4 cup vanilla soy milk
What is the nutrition in the Blueberry Mango Soy Milk Smoothie? Mangos and blueberries are both nutritionally rich antioxidants. Mango is a good source of potassium, vitamin-B6, vitamin-C and vitamin-E. Blueberries are a good source of fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K and manganese.
How to Make Healthy Smoothies
Follow these 10 steps on How to Make Healthy Smoothies.