This low carb, dairy-free Blueberry Vanilla Collagen Smoothie is the perfect paleo and vegan breakfast that only takes 5 minutes! It’s packed with collagen protein and is made with low carb cauliflower instead of banana.
GUYS WERE BACK WITH ANOTHER SMOOTHIE BOWL. These are the most fun thing ever to photograph. I basically just get to throw a tin of pretty stuff in a pile and then eat it. And it always looks great. Smoothies are the life, man. I know some people say “don’t drink your calories,” but I think that drinking calories is the best way to live. Even the calorie-free options are great: Topo Chico, La Croix, coffee, etc.
Ok but back to smoothies. If you’ve been around here for a while you probably know that I hate bananas. They’re the only food on the planet that I refuse to touch (besides all of the crap that I’m allergic to, of course.) This means I ignore basically every smoothie shop, and I’ve never made anyone else’s smoothie recipe. I refuse to go the banana route.
Most of the time I want a chocolate smoothie, but every once in a while I find myself wanting to try something new. Enter: blueberries. I don’t each much fruit, but I’ve been really loving blueberries lately. So much so that I’ve been willing to drink an entire smoothie that tastes like them.
I topped my bowl off with extra blueberries and some Thrive Market grain-free granola. It was a good call.
Tips for making this Vanilla Blueberry Collagen Smoothie:
I used Thrive Market Vanilla Collagen, but you could use any other vanilla collagen or protein powder.
And if you really want to be awkward you could use a banana instead of the cauliflower. I don’t think we can be friends if you do that, though.
Low Carb Vanilla Blueberry Collagen Smoothie
- 3/4-1 cup almond milk
- 1/2 cup frozen cauliflower
- 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
- 1 scoop Thrive Market Vanilla Collagen Protein or other vanilla collagen
- 1/2 cup ice cubes
- Toppings: cinnamon, almond butter, slivered almonds, coconut flakes, chia seeds, granola
Add all ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth. Add more ice or more almond milk to achieve desired consistency.
Garnish with desired toppings and enjoy!
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