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Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie

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smoothie in a glass topped with diced kiwi

This Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie has a fun tropical twist thanks to the kiwi! It’s a fun ingredient to add to smoothies, plus strawberries & kiwi are a meant to be together!

I love this smoothie for a snack during busy mornings, or adding some protein powder to it for more staying power to serve as a breakfast.

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I love this smoothie for a snack during busy mornings, or adding some protein powder to it for more staying power to serve as a breakfast.

It’s the perfect smoothie with simple and nutrient dense ingredients to enjoy all summer long if you ask me!

Ingredient notes:

Simple ingredients, no fuss!

ingredients in small bowls needed to make a smoothie
  • Kiwi: using a ripe kiwi is best to give the smoothie a sweeter taste and so it blends nicely into the smoothie. I bought my kiwis from Sprouts because I love shopping their variety of tropical items. They have a ton of tropical produce that is great for adding into smoothies – you’ll be sure to discover new produce while you’re shopping!
  • Strawberries: I recommend using frozen strawberries to help keep the smoothie thick. Fresh strawberries can work but the smoothie won’t be as thick. Frozen fruit is really key to a thick and luscious smoothie!
  • Frozen Banana: a ripe banana that’s been frozen adds the perfect amount of sweetness and once again, frozen fruit makes this smoothie perfectly thick!
  • Yogurt: use your favorite yogurt. I used a coconut vanilla yogurt in my smoothie! Any Greek yogurt or even a strawberry yogurt would be delicious too.
  • Almond milk (or milk of choice): Feel free to use any milk you’d like. I love vanilla unsweetened almond milk, but coconut milk would also add more of a tropical and creamy texture! Adding regular milk will give you a little more protein.
    • Smoothie tip: smoothies need a perfect blend of liquid and solid ingredients to achieve the right texture. I like a thick smoothie! If you prefer a thinner consistency, add more milk.
  • Ripe avocado: adding avocado is ideal for adding a creamy consistency to smoothies. It’s mild in flavor but bursting with healthy fats.
strawberries, banana and kiwi in a blender

I love purchasing my ingredients at Sprouts because…

  • It’s convenient and close to my home!
  • They always have a great selection of fresh produce and all the natural products I need.
  • Sprouts is affordable and I can shop there within my budget.

Step by step directions:

Making this Strawberry Kiwi smoothie couldn’t be easier! Once you’ve gathered all ingredients this smoothie recipe comes together in seconds for a quick breakfast, snack or afternoon treat!

smoothie being poured into a glass
  1. Add all ingredients to a high-powered blender (I love my Vitamix!)
  2. Blend until smooth, for about a minute or until perfectly smooth & creamy.
  3. Pour into glasses, garnish and enjoy.

Tips & Variations:

  • Add in nutritional boosters like ground flaxseed, chia seeds, hemp seeds or a scoop of your favorite protein powder!
  • Add in veggies if you’d like: a handful of spinach or frozen cauliflower would be perfect additions.
  • Adjust your smoothie: add more liquid if you prefer it more on the thinner side or add more frozen bananas to thicken it up!
  • Taste and adjust: add a touch of honey if you feel like it needs to be sweeter.
  • Use ripe bananas: using frozen ripe bananas will help give the smoothie the perfect amount of natural sweetness.
  • Use frozen fruit: this helps to keep this strawberry kiwi smoothie thick and cold.
  • If you don’t have a ripe avocado or don’t prefer it in your smoothie, you can add more frozen bananas or yogurt for extra creaminess. The smoothie will still be yummy without it!
strawberry kiwi smoothie in a glass topped with diced fresh kiwi chunks

Which fruit in this smoothie is your fave?

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Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie

Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 1 minute
Total: 6 minutes
Servings: 1 serving
Simple ingredients like fresh kiwi, strawberries, avocado for creaminess and yogurt get blended for a quick and healthy smoothie!


  • 1 kiwi
  • 1 ripe banana, frozen (2 small or 1 large)
  • 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 medium ripe avocado*
  • 1/2 cup vanilla almond milk (or milk of choice), plus more as necessary
  • 1/3 cup vanilla yogurt
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • Optional add ins: 1 Tbsp. chia seed, flaxseed meal, scoop of protein powder or hemp seeds.

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  • Peel the kiwi and cut into chunks.
  • In a large high-powered blender, add in all of the ingredients.
  • Blend on high for 1-2 minutes or until all ingredients are well combined.
  • If necessary, add more milk to thin the smoothie and blend again.
  • Pour into a glass and garnish with more kiwi and strawberries if desired.



  • Add in 1 Tbsp. of your favorite nutritional boosters such as chia seeds, hemp seeds, ground flaxseed or your favorite protein powder.
  • If the smoothie doesn’t taste sweet enough to your preference, add in 1-2 tsp. honey.
  • Add more almond milk to thin, if necessary. 
  • Avocado is a great add in to make your smoothie extra creamy and provides healthy fats and fiber. You won’t even be able to taste it! If you don’t have any ripe avocados on hand, add in a little extra frozen banana. 

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1smoothie, Calories: 431kcal (22%), Carbohydrates: 66g (22%), Protein: 9g (18%), Fat: 18g (28%), Saturated Fat: 3g (19%), Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g, Monounsaturated Fat: 11g, Cholesterol: 4mg (1%), Sodium: 228mg (10%), Potassium: 1483mg (42%), Fiber: 14g (58%), Sugar: 38g (42%), Vitamin A: 345IU (7%), Vitamin C: 148mg (179%), Calcium: 350mg (35%), Iron: 2mg (11%)
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