Strawberry Lime Shake

Strawberry Lime Shake

With only 4 healthy ingredients, this dairy-free Strawberry Lime Shake recipe is a cinch to make! Just throw your coconut milk, strawberries, lime juice, and coconut oil in a blender and voila, you’ve got a wonderfully healthy snack. If you add a bit of protein powder it will make a delicious breakfast drink.

My boys are big fans of this Strawberry Lime Shake.  After I took a picture of it yesterday they greedily drank all of the strawberry-lime goodness down. They have a certain penchant for consuming the subjects of my photo shoots!

Here’s the Strawberry Lime Shake recipe so you can make your own.

Strawberry Lime Shake
Serves: 2
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a vitamix and puree on high speed until smooth
  2. Serve

Fast Recipes, a recipe website that covers news in the culinary world wrote about me, deeming my recipes “creative, easy to cook, and full of flavor.” Check out the interview called “Elana’s Pantry: Gluten-Free Recipes with an Almond Twist.” It was so nice of them to promote The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook!

Here are some other easy, healthy smoothies and shake recipes:

Comments

  1. Barbara says

    Thanks!
    I used bananas, strawberries, almond/coconut milk and key lime with a little honey, chis seeds and coconut oil. A nice refreshing afternoon treat!

  2. Tiadots says

    can i add protein powder to this as a breakfast smoothie?
    Breakfast is my most challenging meal as a paleo eater, since I’m at my laziest.
    Thanks!

  3. says

    Hi Elana

    Thanks for this wonderful shake recipe, it certainly looks tempting enough for a try :). And i totally love the fact that you used your own coconut milk, actually i do the same for all of my recipes, its so much more yummy and cost effective. Although it does need some doing.

    thanks again.

  4. Linda Remington says

    I was very excited to hear the review on KCBS (Narsai David) about your book and rushed to my computer to order it from Amazon. Who would think that, living in Berkeley, CA, I would not be able to find almond flour! Whole Foods, Berkeley Bowl, Safeway, TJ’s, Ashby Market and Andronico’s only carry Bob’s if they carry specialty flour at all. The internet to the rescue! Ordered it from Honeyville and am looking forward to its arrival so I can get started on the exciting recipes in your book.

    Linda Remington

  5. says

    Yummy! I can’t wait to try this recipe. Fresh strawberries are just coming into season here, so I will use those instead of frozen. This should help me kick my craving for ice cream (at least until I have time to make some that’s dairy free)!

  6. says

    This sounds delicious; I’m going to try it tomorrow. Don’t forget to use organic strawberries–conventionally grown strawberries are No. 6 on the Environmental Working Group’s list of the 12 most pesticide-laden fruits and veggies!
    http://bit.ly/aB14jd

  7. ALENA says

    I LOVE UR COOKBOOK AND YOUR COOKING BLOG I AM A DIABETIC WHO LOVES CHOCOLATE SO WHEN I SEEN THAT CHOCOLATE CAKE ON THE COVER I WANTED TO DIE!!!!!

  8. says

    I am sure the demos at the cooking show went off without a hitch. I love smoothies like this recipe it’s low on high-sugar fruits. I don’t have any trouble eating higher sugar fruits but when there is a high concentration of uber sweet fruit in a smoothie I feel awful. My favorite is still a good, dark green smoothie, though.

  9. Amy says

    That’s what you get for making something that looks so delicious!

    I am a smoothie freak. My current favorite is unsweetened vanilla almond milk, banana, strawberries, blueberries, silky tofu and cottage cheese. It tastes like cheesecake in a glass. I vary it, though. Sometimes just tofu, sometimes yogurt, sometimes just a lot of fruit, a little orange juice and almond milk.

    Now I have another version to try. Thanks!

  10. says

    This is the first recipe in a LONG time that I have seen that makes me think “OH MY GOSH give me some of that RIGHT now” :) I wish I had some strawberries on hand.

  11. Monique says

    hi

    thanks for this. sounds good. how do you get the coc oil not to clump up? mine turns into hard little pieces whenever i mix it with anything cold.

    thanks.

  12. says

    YUM! I’m all over this. I have coconut milk in the pantry, organic frozen berries, and a vitamix on the shelf! All I need is a lime =)
    Thanks!

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