This vanilla almond milk smoothie is flavoursome, creamy, and packed with protein. Suitable for vegans and people following dairy-free diets, it’s ideal post-workout fuel.

 

In this article – we share a super-simple recipe for a vegan vanilla smoothie with just 3 ingredients.

 

Vanilla is the kind of smoothie flavour that divides the public. Some people think it tastes clean, sweet, and refreshing. Others think it’s just bland and boring. But if you love vanilla, then you’re going to adore this crazy-simple recipe.

 

How To Make a Vanilla Almond Smoothie

With just 3 ingredients, this basic smoothie is super simple to whip up and tastes amazing. It combines fruit, plant-based milk, and protein powder to create a silky smooth consistency. Plus, there’s no extra sugar or sweeteners involved which makes it a healthy vanilla smoothie.

 

Frozen bananas are ideal for this recipe and give the mixture a delicious creaminess. Vanilla protein powder adds flavour and nutrients which makes it perfect for a post-workout shake. The almond milk compliments the banana and vanilla protein perfectly to create the ideal consistency. But if you want a super-clean version you can swap out the almond milk for pure water.

 

Ingredients

  • 2 bananas
  • 120ml (½ cup) almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla protein powder

 

Directions

  1. Peel the bananas
  2. Blend all the ingredients until smooth
  3. That’s it!

 

Because it only has 3 ingredients, this vanilla almond milk smoothie is incredibly easy to make. You can even use vanilla-flavoured almond milk for an even stronger taste. Just take care to avoid the high-sugar products that some brands sell – they aren’t as healthy as they seem.

 

When it comes to choosing protein powder, go for one that’s rich in branch chain amino acids (BCAAs). These are the bad boys that really make a difference to muscle repair and development after a workout. Leucine content is what matters in particular so choose a brand that includes a decent dose.

 

Vegan Vanilla Almond Smoothie