Strawberry coconut smoothie

We have smoothies every day and this simple strawberry coconut smoothie is nothing but healthy, simple and very nutritious.

strawberry smoothie

Do you have a blender? I think my blender is one of the most used kitchen appliances I own. Besides my blender I also use my food processor and rice cooker quite often. I don’t think I could live without them!

I make a smoothie pretty much every day of the week. Sometimes in the morning and sometimes later in the day as a snack. This strawberry coconut smoothie is extremely easy, but then again, every type of smoothie is for that matter. All you have to do is add the ingredients in your blender and pulse for a few seconds.

One ingredient that I always include in my smoothies is flaxseed meal. It is a great anti-inflamatory agent, contains Omega-3’s and also contains fiber. If you haven’t tried to add flaxseed meal to your smoothies before you should. It also lowers cholesterol for those that need lowering it.

I mixed my strawberry smoothie with coconut milk. We also love coconut milk so they both worked rather well. If you like you can freeze this mixture on popsicle molds. This is what I do many times and it works perfect. My kids enjoy them quite often and I don’t feel bad about them having these frozen treats, as they are healthy!

On another note, I am currently working on my upcoming cookbook that will be coming out next year. I am super excited for you guys to see some of the recipes I have been coming up wit. I will be showing you some of them very soon.

Until then,


strawberry smoothie


Strawberry coconut smoothie

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 5 minutes



Place all the ingredients in your blender and blend until you obtain a homogenous mixture.

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  1. I need this in my life too. It looks amazing!

  2. Wow my friend, this looks so so so GOOD! So easy and So flavourful at the same time! I have to try this soon. Pinning it for later. Have an awesome week ;-)

  3. Thank you MIiryam for a great gluten free Pizza. :P

  4. My family absolutely hates the licorice like aftertaste from Truvia or any Stevia product. Would sugar change the handling of the cookie dough?

  5. This looks very good. I have one question though. How does the dough crust taste? And could you bake it so that it would be crisp?

  6. Thanks! Also, If baked, would it still need to be chilled? And is it okay to chill overnight?

  7. Hi this looks great, is the serving size one pizza? Or if not how many does it serve with regards to the nutrition info?

    Also I live in the UK and we don’t really have applesauce, is there anything else I can use?

  8. The amt of ingredients is enough for 2 pizzas. You can microwave or boil peeled chopped apples and then puree them yourself with a little bit of water. I hope this helps!

  9. It’s amazing! I should make some for me and my friend :)

  10. I cant wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

  11. I was really looking for such information, Thank you Miryam.

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