Strawberry Cantaloupe Summer Smoothie
Here’s a recipe for a creamy, naturally sweetened strawberry cantaloupe smoothie made with banana, raw honey, and yogurt. A delicious snack or breakfast!
I hereby give full credit to my husband Eric for making this smoothie.
It’s one of the best smoothies I’ve ever tasted. We have smoothies pretty regularly around here–usually throwing in whatever fruit, greens, berries, and dairy we have on hand. Sometimes we eat smoothies for a meal with a big pot of popcorn to go with them.
But when I took a sip of this strawberry cantaloupe smoothie for breakfast one day, I knew we had to write it down so we wouldn’t forget it! We don’t usually have cantaloupe in our smoothies, so maybe that was it. Or maybe it’s the symphony of combined sweetness from the fruit and raw honey.
Regardless, this smoothie was special and definitely blog-worthy. We added a little kelp powder, as we often do, for the iodine (we use Real Salt instead of iodized table salt). If you don’t have kelp on hand, feel free to skip that ingredient–or add you own favourite “superfood” instead.
Strawberry Cantaloupe Smoothie
- 1 banana
- 2 cups strawberries 1 pint
- 2 cups chopped cantaloupe
- 3-4 Tbsp raw honey
- 1/2 Tbsp kelp powder optional
- 2 generous splashes of vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups plain yogurt
Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
That’s a thing?! Strawberry cantaloupe flavor! That sounds amazing! I am pinning this to try soon 🙂
What a fun and fabulous wellness link up party! I always find such great ideas. Today I shared a “Chocolate Coconut Mango Superfood Smoothie” recipe and “Raw Kale Shiitake Mushroom Salad”. All the best, Deborah
Yay! I love smoothies!
This looks YUM!!!
Thanks for hosting, Elise! That smoothie does look delicious! 🙂 I’m sharing a Mint Chip Ice Cream recipe — made with fresh mint!
Sweet! That’s one of my husband’s favourite ice cream flavours!
I can honestly say that I’ve never had canteloupe in a smoothie before, but it sounds delicious! Can’t wait to try this recipe!
It makes it tastes really sweet and fresh, and adds to that coral-pink colour!