Low FODMAP Blueberry Smoothie (Whole30, Paleo)
This Low FODMAP smoothie is super creamy, easy and delicious! It is made with only 4 healthy ingredients and takes just 5 minutes to make. This Paleo smoothie is great for a quick healthy breakfast, snack or even dessert!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- This smoothie is incredibly easy to make.
- Only 4 ingredients needed.
- This Whole30 smoothie is made with almond butter and with almond milk.
- This smoothie is great for breakfast, a snack or dessert!
- It is made without yogurt, without dairy, without banana, without protein powder, without ice and without juice.
- This dairy free smoothie is also Whole30 compliant, Paleo, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Low FODMAP and Vegan.
How To Enjoy This Smoothie
Smoothies are a great way to get a ton of nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants at one time. They are nutritional powerhouses! Due to their high nutrient count, smoothies can sometimes lead to bloating or discomfort.
The best way to enjoy this smoothie is to drink it slowly. While this smoothie is made with anti-inflammatory ingredients, it is best enjoyed when drank slowly.
Low FODMAP & Whole30
This smoothie is both low FODMAP and Whole30 approved. Since each of these ingredients is low FODMAP, this smoothie is therefore low FODMAP. Both blueberries and blackberries are considered safe low FODMAP fruits.
Some nuts and seeds are allowed on low FODMAP. Eat almonds in small amounts. Additionally, other low FODMAP nuts and seeds include pecans, walnuts, peanuts and macadamia nuts.
Low FODMAP fruits include oranges, pineapple, strawberries and kiwi. Blueberries and blackberries are acceptable in smaller quantities.
While this smoothie is completely Whole30 approved, smoothies are often discouraged while on Whole30. To make this more of a Whole30 complete meal, pair it with a plated fat (like avocado) and protein (like bacon, sausage or eggs).
How to Make
First, add all ingredients to a blender.
Blend on high until smooth and creamy.
Finally, pour into a glass. Garnish with extra berries if desired.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Yes, smoothies are allowed on Low FODMAP as long as the ingredients themselves are Low FODMAP.
Some Low FODMAP fruits are oranges, pineapple, strawberries and kiwi. In small quantities, blueberries and blackberries are low FODMAP.
Yes! This smoothie recipe uses only Vegan and Low FODMAP ingredients.
Low FODMAP protein powders include rice protein powders, pea protein powders, and egg protein powders.
No, you do not have to use yogurt in smoothies.
Smoothies are not encouraged on Whole30. They do not fit the complete meal since they are not a plated fat or protein.
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Get the Recipe: Low FODMAP Blueberry Smoothie (Whole30, Paleo)
- ½ cup frozen blueberries
- ½ cup blackberries
- 1 tbsp almond butter
- ½ cup almond milk
- First, add all ingredients to a blender.
- Blend on high until smooth and creamy.
- Finally, pour into a glass and enjoy! Garnish with extra berries if desired.
- Blend until smooth and creamy.
- For an even thicker smoothie, use both frozen blueberries and frozen blackberries.
- This smoothie can be made with all blueberries. Use 1 cup total blueberries and leave blackberries out.
- Any milk works! Use a dairy free milk for Vegan and low FODMAP.
- For Whole30, use a sugar free dairy free milk.
- This is best enjoyed right after you make it.
- If you need to make it ahead of time, refrigerate until needed.
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