Make this vibrant, antioxidant-rich dragon fruit smoothie for breakfast or dessert any time of year. The vibrant color comes from pink dragon fruit (also called dragonfruit or pitaya.) Find it in the frozen section of your grocery store.
Course Beverages, Breakfast, Drinks, Smoothie
Cuisine gluten-free, vegetarian
Prep Time 5minutes
Total Time 5minutes
Author Stephanie McKercher, RDN
1 ¾cupsfrozen pink dragon fruit(200 grams)
5.3ouncesstrawberry Greek yogurt(150 grams)
1teaspoonlime juice(½ lime)
1cupunsweetened almond milkor milk of choice
Add raspberries, dragon fruit, blackberries, yogurt, chia seeds, lime, and ginger to blender container. Add almond milk, cover, and blend on high until smooth. Pause to scrape the sides of the container with a spatula as needed. If the smoothie is too thick, pour in as much almond milk as needed to reach desired consistency.
Pour smoothie into a glass and top with additional chia seeds and berries if desired.
Ingredient substitutions:Substitute plain or vanilla yogurt for strawberry yogurt if desired. Use dairy-free yogurt in place of strawberry yogurt to make this recipe vegan. Look for pink dragon fruit if you want the color to be similar to mine.