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This refreshing drink is perfect for summer, when strawberries are plentiful and full of flavour and vitamins. It takes only a few minutes to prepare, so it is ideal as a nourishing start to the day or as a snack-in-a-glass at any time.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 450g (1lb) ripe strawberries, hulled
  • grated zest and juice of 1 large orange
  • 225g (8oz) plain low-fat yoghurt
  • 1 tbsp caster sugar, or to taste (optional)
  • To garnish
  • 4 small strawberries
  • 4 small slices of orange

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Put the strawberries in a food processor or blender and add the grated orange zest, orange juice and yoghurt. Blend to a smooth purée, scraping down the sides of the container once or twice. Taste the mixture and sweeten with the sugar, if required.
  2. For a really smooth consistency, press through a sieve to remove the strawberry seeds.
  3. Pour into glasses. Garnish with small strawberries and slices of orange, both split so they sit on the rim of the glass.

Some more ideas

Apricot yoghurt smoothie: Use dried apricots to make a smoothie with an extra charge of beta-carotene and fibre. Gently simmer 200g (7oz) ready-to-eat dried apricots in 900ml (1½ pints) of strained Earl Grey tea for about 30 minutes or until tender. Cool, then pour the apricots and liquid into a blender. Add the orange zest and juice and yoghurt, and blend until smooth. Taste and sweeten with sugar, if required.
*Add a sliced banana to the strawberries. This will thicken the texture of the smoothie and will also add natural sweetness, so taste before adding sugar. You may not need any.

Health points

Strawberries contain higher levels of vitamin C than any other berries. And, despite their sweetness, 115g (4oz) of strawberries contain fewer than 32kcals!

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very tastey and would defo make it again-23 May 2010

Strawberry yoghurt smoothie recipe - Recipes

If you are someone who loves to have liquid breakfast, then here is a perfect smoothie for you that will make you forget all other options available. With a variety of fruits and vegetables utilized for blending into a healthy and sumptuous smoothie, there is perhaps no other flavour combination as great as that of strawberries and vanilla. Strawberry Vanilla Yogurt Smoothie is sure going to delight the kids and adults alike with its almost ice cream like taste. This non-alcoholic beverage recipe would help you make a wonderfully thick, creamy, and smooth blend with the goodness of fruits and the richness of yoghurt. This smoothie recipe makes use of such simple ingredients from the pantry as strawberries (fresh or frozen), vanilla extract, banana, yoghurt, sugar, water, and ice cubes. This easy-to-make beverage recipe can be made quickly and without any fuss. All it takes to prepare this easy recipe is to blend the strawberries and bananas with yoghurt, followed by the addition of sugar, water, vanilla extract, and ice cubes for further blending into a smooth mix. With the flavour of vanilla, this smoothie recipe can also make for a great addition during birthday parties and family gatherings to be relished by one and all with its freshness and extraordinary taste. You can also use frozen strawberries for this recipe as they would help you in elevating the flavour and creaminess of the smoothie. As strawberries are rich in many antioxidants and Vitamin C and yogurt is an excellent source of protein, you should definitely try out this recipe and impress everyone with this healthy and delicious smoothie.

Strawberry yoghurt smoothie recipe - Recipes

1 of your 5 a day

Fruit and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet. In general, the more you can eat the better. They provide fibre, many important vitamins and minerals, they are generally low in calories and fat and they provide protection from cancer and other diseases.

Kitchen hygiene and food safety

Good food safety means knowing where bacteria are likely to thrive and not giving them a chance to get comfortable.

Fruit is a rich source of vitamins and minerals - not to mention the fact that it tastes great!

Is it a Smoothie or a Milkshake?

Some people are confused and think that smoothie and milkshake are one and the same. Not surprising since they are both blended beverages could have the same components like fruits and dairy products. The difference lies in the base.

Smoothies are typically made using (real) fruit or vegetable. Milk and yogurt can be added and sometimes grains and nuts. They can be a meal on their own as they can be quite filling and contain essential nutrients.

Milkshakes, on the other hand, has more dairy product like milk or ice cream. You can add fresh fruits for flavor but most of the time fruit syrups are used. It is really more of a beverage that you have with a meal. It is also normally served with whipped cream on top.

Other equally healthy and yummy smoothie recipes to try:

This post was originally published in March 2014. Updated to include new photos and add more information.


Sometimes when you’re on a restricted diet, you can easily be at a loss at what to eat. When you’re just getting started on a diet free of grains, starches, lactose, and refined sugar, you also get hit by cravings pretty easily. This is the point at which it’s easy to fall off the horse and make mistakes because you’re simply hungry and if you haven’t prepared for that, you have nothing readily available to eat. Homemade yoghurt was one of the foods that helped me beat my cravings. Early on in the diet, I started making 24-hour yoghurt. The yoghurt is fermented for a full 24 hours to ensure that it’s lactose free and has the highest possible amount of gut-soothing probiotics. The yoghurt, and later fermented heavy whipping cream, gave me a whole new dimension on how to juggle the diet. I used it to make healthy and delicious breakfasts, desserts, treats, sauces, and dips. I even bought a second yoghurt maker to make sure that there’s always yoghurt available in my house. Whenever the kids had food cravings, they could simply mix yoghurt with honey and vanilla extract for a simple and satisfying snack.
From there, we started exploring more and more recipes, and this smoothie recipe is one we developed just recently after I had some minor dental surgery and was unable to chew anything crunchy. Usually, I eat a lot of raw foods, but chewing was painful and took forever. At first, I simply ate less and only soft foods, but then I started getting really hungry. Eventually I started making smoothies and it was a great relief when I finally felt full after one large strawberry yoghurt smoothie. It tasted so good that we kept making them for the whole family for the next couple of days. Next, Amelie started freezing the smoothie in an instant popsicle maker and I know I will have to keep buying strawberries for a while since it’s become one of these food trends in our house that seems to last for a while.


2 cups fresh strawberries hulled and cut into pieces or frozen strawberries
2 cups homemade yoghurt (see recipe below)
1/4 cup honey
1 small banana (optional)
1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)

Add the strawberries, honey, banana, and yoghurt to a blender. Blend for 30 seconds until smooth and creamy. Pour into glasses and serve with a paper straw.

Strawberry Smoothie

Strawberry Smoothie Recipe (Printable recipe)
By Christine's Recipes
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 1 mins
Yield: 2 glasses

  • 250 gm strawberry, hulled, roughly chopped
  • 1 large apple, cored, roughly chopped
  • 1 orange, juiced
  • 6 Tbsp yoghurt
  • 100 ml iced water
  • 2 Tbsp honey

  1. Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender and process until smooth.
  2. Pour into two serving glasses and serve immediately.

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Strawberry smoothie

Strawberry smoothie – a Yummy refreshing healthy drink and can be called a healthy punch made with strawberries, yogurt ,sugar and milk. People makes it different ways, here I am giving you an easy and quick way yet a tasty one. When you select strawberry for Strawberry smoothie look for bright red, size and shape doesn’t matter. . Strawberries goes well with yogurt and give a refreshing taste. try the Strawberry smoothie recipe and serve all your family members with breakfast, lunch or dinner or even as brunch. Strawberry smoothie can be served with a scoop of ice cream as topping. The recipe of this delicious smoothie is quite simple. Blend strawberries with milk ans sugar and then mix with thick yogurt to get a creamy thick smoothie with pink color.

Strawberries in Strawberry smoothie are rich source of antioxidants with vitamin c and its consumption reduces aging sign. The benefits of consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds, including strawberries, are infinite and when their consumption goes up, the risk of diabetics ,heart diseases and cancer goes down. So include fruits like strawberries in your diet plan to attain some healthy eating habits. Not only strawberries in Strawberry smoothie are they juicy, summery and delicious, they’re a bona fide superfood, too. Nutrient-rich and packed with antioxidants (like vitamin C), strawberries offer a wide range of health benefits, some of which may surprise you. Vitamin C is a well-known immunity booster, as well as a powerful, fast-working antioxidant.

Try this simple recipe for excellent delicious healthy drink and serve your kids and whole family.

Do You Have to Use Plain Yogurt?

I typically prefer plain greek yogurt to minimize the sugar, but if you prefer a strawberry greek yogurt smoothie or a vanilla yogurt smoothie recipe, you can use flavored options.

I typically find that all of the other ingredients cover the taste of the tart greek yogurt, but my taste buds are also accustomed to eating plain greek yogurt.

Recommended Tools:

A Blender (We used to have this one and finally upgraded to a Vitamix and it was 100% worth the investment. If you use your blender often, or want to make yummy blender muffins like these Healthy No Sugar Added Strawberry Muffins, highly recommend!)
to make individual smoothie servings

Ready to make your own Chocolate Strawberry Greek Yogurt Smoothie?

And hey- if you make this recipe or you’re thinking about making this recipe, please leave a comment and rating below to let me know!


  1. Chop the strawberries into halves or quarters depending on their size.
  2. Place the low FODMAP milk, strawberries, vanilla soy ice cream (lactose free ice cream or lactose free yoghurt), rice protein powder, chia seeds, maple syrup, lemon juice, and vanilla essence in the blender. If using fresh strawberries make sure you add some ice cubes.
  3. Blend until smooth. Sometimes the mixture goes a bit thick because it is too cold. If that happens then add a small amount of hot water, mix through and then blend again.
  4. Serve immediately. It is better to drink this smoothie straight away, otherwise it will melt and separate, which will change the flavour.

Buying Tips

Make sure you use pure maple syrup (low FODMAP) not maple flavoured syrup (potentially high FODMAP).

Check your low FODMAP protein powder for high FODMAP additives like inulin (dietary fibre), chicory root, fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), fructose, fruit sugar, fructose syrup, crystalline fructose, HFCS, isolmalt, xylitol (E967), sorbitol (glucitol, E420), mannitol (E421), maltitol (E965), and other sweeteners ending in ‘ol’, beet fibre, and dried high FODMAP fruit.

If you decide to use a soy based ice cream, buy one that is made from soy protein (low FODMAP) and not whole soy beans which could be high FODMAP. You could also swap the ice cream out for plain lactose free yoghurt (make sure it doesn’t contain inulin or high FODMAP sweeteners).

Make your lemon juice and lemon zest from fresh lemon.

Low FODMAP milk options include lactose free milk, almond milk, hemp milk, macadamia milk, quinoa milk, rice milk (3/4 cup or less per serve), soy milk made from soy protein (not whole or hulled soybeans), UHT coconut milk (1/2 cup or less per serve). Make sure your low FODMAP milk does not include high FODMAP ingredients like inulin (chicory root), agave syrup, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, or honey. If using a dairy free alternative choose one that contains 120mg of calcium per 100ml serve, and 3g of protein per 100ml serve (this info is in the nutrition label).


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