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As we enter the new year, not only am I trying to eat healthier but I have also gone primarily dairy free. Why? My daughter has a dairy intolerance, so I had to alter my diet for a while. Luckily, Silk has great dairy free alternatives that I have fallen in love with. I’m taking part in their current campaign this year to rethink what I drink, for me it was simple because I need to cut dairy and they are the perfect alternative! I have been substituting coconut milk in a variety of recipes since I had my daughter last month.
My favorite right now is the Silk Coconut; however, my family enjoys many of their products!
Recently, I tried a new smoothie recipe with Silk Almond and Coconut milk, it turned out fabulous!
A great way to get in nutrition along with feeding picky eaters like those in my household is with smoothies! I can easily add all sorts of ingredients to a smoothie and my son thinks it is the best thing ever. Not only is my son picky, so am I. He gets so excited to drink a smoothie and so does his mommy. Plus, right now I’m very busy so I rarely get a lunch break and having smoothies on hand works out well to get a boost throughout the day.
This Hawaiian Smoothie gave me the best of both worlds; I got my nutrients and am able to day dream about being on the sandy beaches of Hawaii even in the middle of winter!
Another thing I like to add to my smoothies is spinach, although it makes them green it adds a lot of nutrients and veggies without adding a strange flavor. I keep frozen spinach on hand for this very reason.
- 1 Small Kiwi
- 1 Cup Chopped Strawberries
- 6 Oz Nonfat Vanilla Yogurt
- ½ Cup Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Milk
- ½ Cup Silk Pure Coconut Milk
- 1/8 Cup Shaved Coconut
- 1-2 Cups Ice
- Optional: 1/2 Cup Spinach
- Being by cutting the skin off the kiwi and place in the blender.
- Combine all remaining ingredients in the blender and mix well or place on smoothie setting. Top this with additional shaved coconut if desired.
- Serves 2
Nutritional Information per Serving:
Fat: 3 Grams
Protein: 5 Grams
Do you have a favorite smoothie? A great way to give it even more of a boost is with Silk Almond and Coconut Milk! Head on over to the Silk Facebook Page to find even more fabulous recipes!
Disclosure: I took part in a Silk campaign with Fitfluential; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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