This strawberry ginger smoothie is a refreshing, healthy, and delicious, way to kick off the day or celebrate a special day. It’s made with strawberries, ginger, lime
Strawberry Ginger Smoothie
This strawberry ginger smoothie can easily be whipped up in minutes. Take it with you on the way to work or enjoy it as an afternoon snack! The fresh ginger gives it a unique flavor, which works perfectly with the fresh or frozen strawberries. Perfect for summer, this smoothie is perfect for a hot, steamy day – and it’s pretty to look at!
The Perfect Starter Smoothie
I like to call this strawberry ginger smoothie a “starter” smoothie. It’s perfect for anyone trying to adapt their taste buds to eating more whole foods. The yogurt adds some healthy fats and protein into the mix while the ginger gives it a little kick.
Benefits of Ginger
My favorite ingredient in this smoothie, besides the strawberries, is definitely the ginger. There are many possible benefits of ginger, but these are some of my favorite (and the reason I keep trying to find creative ways to add
- Stimulates digestion
- Reduces n
- Lowers blood pressure
- Reduces inflammation
More Smoothie Recipes
- Morning Green Smoothie – a classic everyday green smoothie
- Power Breakfast Smoothie – my favorite way to kick off a busy day
- Tropical Ginger Matcha Smoothie – the addition of ginger is everything in this smoothie!
- Pumpkin Chai Smoothie – you don’t have to wait for pumpkin season to make this!
- Blueberry Coconut Smoothie – I love the blueberries in this one
This strawberry ginger smoothie is a refreshing, healthy, and delicious, way to kick off the day. It’s made with strawberries, ginger, and coconut milk, all blended together into one flavorful easy-to-make smoothie.
- 1 cup strawberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1 cup water
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 1/2 inch of ginger
- 1/4 lime, juiced
- Handful of ice
- In a high-speed blender, combine all of the smoothie ingredients.
- Blend until smooth and creamy. Enjoy immediately.
Keywords: smoothie, healthy smoothie, strawberries