Creamy Zucchini Blueberry Smoothie

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Two glasses of our creamy Zucchini Berry Smoothie with ingredients scattered around

Zucchini, celery, and spinach in a smoothie? We know – it sounds odd. But trust us. They’re entirely undetectable as they add so much nutrition to this gorgeous blueberry smoothie. Let’s do this!

Celery, zucchini, coconut milk, blueberries, spinach, banana, hemp seeds, and cinnamon displayed on a wood platter

This 8-ingredient, 1-blender, 5-minute smoothie starts with frozen ripe banana and frozen wild blueberries.

Next come celery to reduce inflammation and boost hydration, spinach for zinc and folate, and zucchini! Zucchini is what makes this smoothie ultra creamy. And it adds plenty of fiber, antioxidants, B vitamins, and vitamin C!

Blender filed with celery, zucchini, coconut milk, blueberries, spinach, banana, hemp seeds, and cinnamon ready to be blended into our Zucchini Berry Smoothie

Next, add some hemp seeds for healthy fats, amino acids, and proteincinnamon for blood sugar stabilization and anti-inflammatory benefits; and coconut milk for creaminess and antibacterial benefits.

Look at that color! Swoon.

Top view of our beautiful and healthy Zucchini Berry Smoothie in the blender
Pouring our healthy plant-based Zucchini Blueberry Smoothie into a glass

We hope you LOVE this smoothie! It’s:

Naturally sweet
(Undetectably) Loaded with vegetables
& Uber delicious

This would make the perfect quick breakfast or afternoon snack. Add whatever other add-ins you prefer for more nutrition and flavor. I love the addition of cinnamon for antioxidants and spice. And I usually toss in maca for hormone balance and feel-good vibes.

If you love smoothies, be sure to check out our Ginger Colada Green Smoothie, Blueberry Almond Butter Smoothie, Ginger Berry Smoothie (banana-free!), and Hide Your Kale Smoothie!

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Two glasses filled with our Creamy Zucchini Blueberry recipe and topped with extra blueberries and hemp seeds

Creamy Zucchini Blueberry Smoothie

Creamy, nutritious zucchini smoothie with bananas, blueberries, greens, and hemp seeds! Loaded with 8 whole ingredients, plus 1 blender and 5 minutes required! Entirely vegan, gluten-free, and loaded with health benefits.
Author Minimalist Baker
SUPER HEALTHY Zucchini Berry Smoothie! 8 nutrient-packed ingredients, 1 blender, 5 minutes, SO CREAMY! #vegan #glutenfree #raw #zucchini #smoothie #plantbased #recipe #minimalistbaker
4.98 from 44 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 (smoothies)
Course Beverage, Smoothie
Cuisine Gluten-Free, Vegan
Freezer Friendly Up to 1 Week
Does it keep? 1 Day


  • 1 large ripe banana (previously peeled, sliced, and frozen)
  • 1 cup frozen wild blueberries (organic when possible)
  • 1 large stem celery
  • 2/3 cup sliced zucchini (fresh or frozen)
  • 1 handful greens (spinach is best // organic when possible)
  • 1 Tbsp hemp seeds (or sub vegan protein powder)
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 cup light coconut milk (or store-bought // or sub water)
  • 1/2 tsp maca powder (optional // for mood enhancement and hormone balance)


  • Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend on high until creamy and smooth. Taste and adjust flavor as needed, adding more cinnamon for warmth/spice, banana for sweetness, or zucchini for creaminess.
  • Divide between 2 serving glasses (or more or less if altering batch size) and garnish with blueberries and hemp seeds (optional). Best when fresh. Store leftovers covered in the refrigerator up to 24 hours.



*Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated without optional ingredients.

Nutrition (1 of 2 servings)

Serving: 1 Smoothie Calories: 218 Carbohydrates: 31.8 g Protein: 6.3 g Fat: 10.1 g Saturated Fat: 6 g Trans Fat: 0 g Cholesterol: 0 mg Fiber: 4.7 g Sugar: 15.6 g

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  1. Meggie says

    A great combination of veggies and fruit for a nutritious smoothie! I was searching for smoothies and was pleased to see the amount of veggies in here. I used almond milk with a TBL of plain hemp protein powder to amp up the creaminess almond milk lacks. I read the zucchini as 2/3 of a zucchini instead of cups. The extra veg wasn’t bad, I just added an extra date to balance. Thanks, Minimalist baker! :)

  2. Tori says

    I never would have thought to put celery in a smoothie and was so skeptical but omg it added just an incredible taste. This is probably the best smoothie recipe I’ve tried.

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Whoop! We’re so glad you gave it a try and enjoyed the result, Tori. Thank you for the lovely review! xo

  3. Steph says

    Yummyness!!! 😋 I used kale instead of spinach.
    Thank you for this glorious smoothie recipe again. 🙏

  4. Alyssa says

    Hi! Trying this today and wondering if I can substitute whole milk or almond milk for the coconut milk?
    Thank you!

  5. Susan says

    So delicious and refreshing! I thought I had a zucchini in my refrigerator, but I actually had yellow squash and that’s what I used. It was a fantastic smoothie and really hit the spot after my gym workout this AM! I will definitely make this again this summer. Thank u! I appreciate u and all u continue to offer us!

  6. karen says

    Made this smoothie today. Loved It!! Followed recipe exactly for first time but had to add quite a bit more soya milk to get it blending. Recipe definitely makes rotation. Going to add more hemp seeds for extra protein. Thank you so much!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Thank you for sharing your experience, Karen! We’re so glad you enjoyed it! xo

  7. Pamela says

    I had the same issue others mentioned about color (and I had to use fresh blueberries). But it still turned out absolutely delicious. I never would have thought so much green would be so delicately balanced by the sweet banana, and then complimented by the blueberries. Delicious!!!!!

  8. JL Eisenhauer says

    I’ve been making a similar recipe for years and it’s good to see others agree it’s a healthy option for breakfast. I am currently also adding powdered peanut butter and use kombucha and oat milk to get best consistency when using more frozen items. I also freeze whole bags of spinach for the smoothies and just take out handfuls from the freezer as needed plus I add frozen apple slices and avocado chunks, which are very affordable and available at local grocery.

  9. Shannon says

    I just made this today for my 2 year old son and myself. We didn’t have celery on hand and didn’t include the maca powder, but Iit was still delicious. We both loved it! I especially love that it had some veggies hidden in there with the fruit. It was thick, creamy, and cool! I will definitely be making it again. I can’t wait to include celery.

  10. Jamie says

    I needed a recipe to use up some zucchini I have and this one is perfect! I love the added cinnamon, it gives this smoothie a nice after flavor. Perfect for breakfast along with a piece of banana bread :)

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Hi Nellie! Yes, we have used frozen. It’s easiest to roughly chop your zucchini, place it on a plate or baking sheet so it doesn’t freeze into one big chunk, then transfer to a freezer bag or container once the individual pieces are frozen. Hope this helps!

  11. carol Krauthamer says

    Hallelujah! A delicious use for my over supply of garden zucchini. I love this smoothie. I use water instead of the coconut milk, and it is still creamy, flavorful and oh so delicious. I added a squeeze of lemon to add a note of sparkle to it. Im so excited to have a use especially for the squash that get too big. I cut them up, freeze them on a cookie sheet, bag them up, and I’ll be making this smoothie all year long. Thanks Dana!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      We’re so glad you’re putting your overflowing zucchini to good use =) Thank you for the lovely review, Carol! xo

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Stacy! They definitely don’t seem like they would go together, but we liked the result too =) Thank you for sharing! xo

  12. Nicole says

    Woah this is amazing. My new favorite smoothie from the blog! I used plain oat milk instead of light coconut and left out maca as I don’t have any. So yummy.

  13. Sonja says

    This smoothie tastes amazing! I added in spirulina, some cacao powder with maca, matcha for energy and flax seeds. I was so surprised how good it was with the zucchini and the celery! Will definitely be using this recipe to use up my garden zucchinis :)

  14. Kat says

    Finally a use for zucchini. The cinnamon makes this. Appearently my blueberries were a different variety because mine looked more like a gray “troll bogger” than a beautiful blue. But still tasted great!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      So glad you enjoyed it, Kat =) We find wild blueberries to be the most vibrant. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Lynn McIntyre says

    I made your delicious Creamy Zucchini Blueberry Smoothie for two. The only change I needed to make was the Maca powder, as I didn’t have any on hand, so I substituted a 1/2 scoop of fermented vegan protein powder. This smoothie was really creamy and fresh tasting. Thank you for your recipe Dana.

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Thanks so much for sharing, Lynn. We are so glad you enjoyed it! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? It’s super helpful for us and other readers. Thanks so much! Xo

      • Nicci says

        looks like a great recipy! One question though, should the zucchini be cooked or can you use raw? I’ve only ever eaten it cooked!

  16. Amanda B says

    It sounds like an odd combination BUT it is such a delicious smoothie!! I used half blueberries, half strawberries and subbed oat milk for almond milk. It didn’t even need any type of sweetener! My new go to smoothie recipe for getting some extra veggies in, thank you!

  17. Sneha says

    I have been making this all week with almond milk instead of coconut (because that’s what I have) and it is SO GOOD. I normally don’t like celery but you can barely taste it in this and I feel good having 3 veggies for breakfast. I’m going to be making this for a long time to come!

  18. Jane says

    Love this smoothie! Up until last week I had never tried putting zucchini in my smoothies- now I’m OBSESSED. You literally can’t taste it at all.

    The one thing I will say is that I can still taste the celery. It doesn’t make the smoothie off-putting, however, and I love that I’m getting so many veggies first thing in the morning.

    Thank you for my new go-to!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      We’re so glad you enjoy it, Jane! You could try reducing the celery. Also, make sure there are no celery greens as those tend to have a stronger flavor. Hope that helps!

  19. Tara Cockerline says

    Loved this smoothie. So refreshing and a great way to sneak some veggies into the kiddos. I want to pass the recipe along and my mom is allergic to bananas. Is there anything that would make a good sub for the banana?

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Hi Tara, we’re so glad you enjoyed it! Maybe a combo of mango and a sliver of avocado? Hope that helps!

  20. Samantha says

    Delicious!! I made this today using cashew milk and ground flaxseed and it was so good! Very forgiving recipie, thank you so much :)

  21. Juliana says

    Really good! I have a bunch of frozen zucchini that I never find an excuse to use it, so that worked great!
    I only had full fat coconut milk so I put a bit more water, and added too chia seeds and flax seeds too.

  22. Nina says

    Fabulous smoothie! We’ve had an abundance of zucchini this summer and I’m so glad I found this recipe. The hint of cinnamon is LOVELY!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Thanks so much for the lovely review, Amy. We are so glad you are enjoying it! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? It’s super helpful for us and other readers. Thanks so much! xo

  23. Diana Dery says

    Wow, never thought of zucchini in my smoothies! Being plant based for just over 2 years, they have a good amount of protein so Eating them in a smoothie will be a welcomed alternative. I’ll alternate with broccoli to change the greens up :-). Thank you

  24. Angel Jones says

    Made it this morning and it was delicious and so so creamy (and I couldn’t even taste the zuchini) ! I also added peanut butter and fresh ginger as I’m addicted, but yes definitely one I will be doing regularly, thank you :D

  25. Rebecca Behr says

    I made this using protein powder in place of hemp seeds, amazing grass in place of the greens and homemade cashew milk in place of the coconut milk. Only my blueberries were frozen so I added a few ice cubes. It was SO GOOD. I can’t believe how many veggies are in there!

  26. Dave Grigsby says

    Just made this smoothie and it is terrific. I do a healthy smoothie every day, and this is going into the rotation. Well done, and worth the 8 ingredients recipe (unlike many whose taste decreases with the number of ingredients.) thank you.

  27. Katherine says

    Hi there,

    I loved this recipe so much that I featured it on my best of post, ’27 HEALTHY Smoothie Recipes’.
    I have not shared the exact recipe, only one image from here, a small quote and all credits given to you and linked back to this page.
    I would love it if you came and checked it out.
    Have a fantastic day!

    Katherine from

  28. Jill says

    This was surprisingly so good!! I had some zucchini I needed to use up and saw you post this in your insta story. Thought I’d give it a shot!!
    I made a few substitutions: didn’t have any celery so I added extra zucchini, used Ripple pea beverage instead of coconut milk (extra protein) and used Canadian protein vegan vanilla protein powder, skipped the maca
    So good!! Not overly sweet which I really liked, if you want it sweeter maybe add a little maple syrup! The cinnamon was the perfect touch.

  29. Lucia says

    I love that you make it so easy to adjust the serving size and the measuring unit. That’s real thoughtfulness toward your audience – thank you!

  30. ilona says

    I made this for me and my housemate this morning, as a smoothie bowl. It was absolutely delicious and a gorgeous colour! Your recipes are great every single time.

  31. CD says

    I…. am… astounded…
    I first saw this recipe in early March and made a note of it because it sounded rather interesting… Flash forward several months and I’m dealing with overgrown zucchini from my garden and the only frozen fruit I have is blueberries (usually I do mostly strawberries and blackberries)…. I happened to remember this recipe, googled it… and the rest is history… I had most of the ingredients, zucchini (clearly), frozen blueberries, frozen banana, celery, hemp, I subbed 30g of lacinato kale for the spinach, subbed coconut shreds and more zucchini for the coconut milk, subbed coriander, cardamom, and ginger for the cinnamon, and just left off the maca for this go around.
    Truly… I am astounded…
    I normally like really sweet, banana heavy smoothie bowls… But this was lightly sweet, refreshing, and even tasty… I topped it with 1 TB of ground flax for the health boost and truly enjoyed the whole thing.
    I did pop the zucchini in the freezer once I knew I was going to try the recipe so my chunks were well on their way to being frozen by the time I used them… And I’m already freezing more zucchini chunks for my next smoothie…
    This one is a keeper…
    Thanks, so much, Dana!

  32. Lacey says

    This looks great (especially since we get an organic veggie box delivered every two weeks, and if it includes zucchini I’m in a bind because hubs hates the taste) – but I was wondering, do you peel the zucchini or just blend with the peel on? Thanks!

  33. Brandy says

    Great! So Creamy! Since I made this the first time a few weeks ago I have made it multiple times for myself and my fiance. It is now our favorite smoothie. I hate celery so I love that I can’t even taste it in here. Thank you!

  34. Maria says

    Absolutely delicious! Love LOVE the cinnamon and blueberries in this smoothie. My kids loved it and they don’t even know they are drinking zucchini, spinach and celery. Very kid-friendly smoothie. Just perfection! Thanks :-)

  35. Julie says

    I just popped this in the freezer in smoothie packs. Does anyone know if its creamy enough to use as a base for a smoothie bowl? I would love to use it like that but not sure if the consistency would hold up. Thanks!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Yes, that should work! If you want to make it even creamier, you can always add more banana!

  36. Gladys L Dow says

    Hi Dana,i will be making your Creamy Zucchini Smoothie as soon as i go shopping , i cannot eat bananas so i have to avocado or sweet potato, i have never used zucchini in any smoothies but it sounds very good, i love zucchini, celery , spinach and sweet potato so i am going to try it and will let you know how it turns out , another thing will have to use Almond or Cashew milk , thank you so much for this delicious recipe .Thanks again,Gladys Dow

      • Gladys L Dow says

        Hi Diana, i made the creamy zucchini blueberry smoothie and i am happy to say it is awesome, i used avocado instead of banana , they don’t like me lol. i only used avocado , spinach,zucchini celery and cashew milk ,and fresh blue berries , i wasn’t sure how it would taste but i’m impressed . Thank you for such an awesome smoothie, i never used fruits and vegetables together , i will be making this more often.
        Sincerely, Gladys

  37. Maneesha says

    Wowza!! Great smoothie recipe! I loved it! I also added some protein powder, collagen powder, and a lil bit of moringa, and I loved it! I would never have thought to add zucchini to morning smoothies, but this was awesome!! Thank you for a slam-dunk smoothie recipe!

  38. Alesia Jefferson says

    Tried it…loved it!!! Thank you for this option. I love your site and all that you share. Thanks so much!! Keep it coming.

  39. Dee says

    Dana. Stop it. This is so good I literally can’t even handle it! I love your blog & get most of my recipes from you. I’m sorry to say that I’ve never commented, even though I’m a big time fan. However, this smoothie was so good & the idea of these ingredients together intrigued me so, I could feel the comment coming on looong before the deliciousness hit my taste buds. Wow. All thumbs up!

  40. Kate says

    I made this today and WOW! It is easily my new fav smoothie. To me it tastes like a blueberry muffin. I also added more hemp seeds for extra protein (about 3 tbsp). Great recipe!

  41. Laurie J Wiederhold says

    I just read your blog and this recipe and had to jump up and make it. I love smoothies! This was really good! I never would have thought to put zucchini or celery in the smoothie. I typically use one or a combination of kale/spinach/romaine lettuce with my fruit. I didn’t have wild blueberries but I used regular ones, almond milk instead of the coconut milk and added matcha powder to the recipe. This was so yummy! I can’t wait to see what my husband thinks of this smoothie. I’m not telling him the ingredients. Will be making this again. Thanks!

  42. Carla says

    I have only come across your page recently and this is the first recipe I have made. It is a winner! Love it when something so healthy actually tastes delicious!

  43. Jayne says

    I have made this smoothie two times already, and I love it! I subsituted rapini instead of spinach, almond milk instead of coconut milk and vegan protein powder with a coconut flavour instead of hemp seeds, just because these were the ingredients I had handy, and it was delicious! My husband who usually does not care for smoothies with greens in them loved it!

  44. Natashia says

    I made this and it was so delicious! I subbed out coconut milk for almond milk (since I have coconut allergies) and I didn’t have hemp on hand so I did chia seeds instead and so good! My mom loves this and now I have 2 friends wanting to try it to haha. Thank you Dana! Thinking about adding zucchini now to all my veggie smoothies!

  45. kdmi says

    Someone else asked this and I’d love to know too — where did you get your drink glasses from? They are gorgeous! … will definitely try the zucchini! thanks … :-)

  46. Michelle Weber says

    So good! I’ve been adding veggies to smoothies, but have never thought to add celery or zucchini. I had one this afternoon, and it kept me energized and full through a 2 mile run and a45 minute kickboxing class. I make smoothie packs and stash them in the freezer so when I prepped I split the ingredients into 2 bags. The cinnamon was a great addition. I also add a 1/4 tsp of turmeric and 2 T chia seeds, and did almond milk because that is what i had. Yum!

  47. Cassie Thuvan Tran says

    Now I HAVE to try zucchinis in a smoothie! I might try steaming it before freezing one trial, and then keeping it raw another time and see what happens!

  48. Debraj76 says

    I’ve been “stuck” on your Mango Ginger Kale Green Smoothie, since I love that one SO much. However, this concoction sounded interestingly strange, so I just HAD to try it. I used my home made almond milk, a little squirt of Stevia and a little unflavored, unsweetened whey powder. Wow. I was blown away. This one will be a regular post workout snack. Thank you, Dana!

  49. Jen says

    This was SO delicious! I love having extra veggies in my smoothie. Never would’ve thought to put zucchini in a smoothie, but that’s why I follow you guys! Keep these kind of recipes coming!
    Thank you!

  50. kzell tan says

    This is so so so delicious!!
    I had it this morning and will make it again tomorrow!
    I absolutely love ALL your recipes!!!! You are amazing.

  51. Mich says

    Looking forward to trying this! Recipe notes that it serves 2, can you tell me how many ounces per serving? Planning to try it as a meal replacement for 2 people so want to know if I should stick to the recipe or multiply. Thanks for the recipe!

  52. Megan says


    Sounds delicious! Howeve, please be aware that raw zucchini can be difficult to digest to some and can produce devastating stomach pains as a result. Maybe try consuming a bite and waiting to see how you feel or just lightly steaming it before adding it to your smoothie. I learned this the hard way during my raw food phase while eating some delicious “lasagna” made with strips of raw zucchini. ??‍♀️

  53. Ginger by Choice I food & lifestyle blog says

    Uh, your Creamy Zucchini Blueberry Smoothie sounds interesting. I’ve never had such a smoothie but I love everything with blueberries so I’ll give it a try. Thanks for sharing this innovative recipe ;-)

  54. Megan says

    This was amazing! I Have been searching for new smoothie recipes, especially ones with vegetables in them, and this one tasted great! My toddler and I didnt even taste the zucchini. I would highly recommend this! I did sub flax seed for the hemp hearts and almond\cashew milk for coconut simply because that’s what I had in hand

  55. Rita says

    I had a serving of this with my breakfast this morning, and it was absolutely delicious! I used a bit of vanilla protein powder in lieu of hemp seeds and swapped out coconut milk for unsweetened vanilla almond. I love the idea of zucchini and celery in a smoothie, and I’ll be making this one again and again!

  56. Christina says

    Just made this tonight and I love it! The maca is a great touch. Thank you Dana! When you freeze bananas do you cut them first? If so, what do you store them in while they are in the freezer?

    I have tried freezing whole bananas in the past and have had a hard time peeling them to use.

      • Megan says

        if storing in a container, I would lay out the sliced bananas in a single layer on a sheet pan til frozen. then put them in the container.

  57. Nina says

    I never add zucchini to smoothies but I think it’s a great idea! Cooked before freezing or raw?

  58. Hannah Evelyn says

    I had most of the ingredients for this in my kitchen and was the perfect tonic for a winter cold. I substituted blueberries for the frozen blackberries I had in my freezer, and it was lovely. Thanks for another great recipe.

  59. Cindy says

    I was very skeptical about this smoothie because of the celery and zucchini…I like them but just usually in a stir fry or soup. So happy I was wrong ! I was floored at how delicious it was. I added a bit too much spinach so the color was a bit off but otherwise I loved it. Thank you for this recipe!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Raw! Simply chop it into pieces, place in a freezer-safe container or ziplock bag and toss in the freezer.

  60. Alyssa says

    So, I was a bit skeptical of this smoothie after reading the ingredients. I went grocery shopping yesterday and forgot some ingredients for my typical smoothies (frozen strawberries, frozen cherries, etc). I had a huge bag of wild blueberries that I didn’t know what to do with a few extra zucchini for a minestrone soup that I’m making today. Needless to say, I made this smoothie and cannot believe how tasty it is! And I felt great after drinking it for breakfast post-workout. This will be my go to smoothie all week! Thanks Dana! ?

    • Emily Button says

      I use mango any time bananas are used in a smoothie recipe. I have tried for years to like banana, but I just don’t.

    • Nancy Ray says

      Thank you for that question! Unfortunately I am deathly allergic to bananas, so I too would like to have a suggestion for substituting bananas. I’m also allergic to papaya and avocado. (All related too my latex allergy.) Anyone out there with some ideas?

  61. Melissa says

    This was great! 4 year old approved and I usually cannot sneak hemp seeds by him. I used soy milk and water since we don’t have coconut milk. I’m also freezing some into popsicles for the teething baby.

  62. Curt says

    I make smoothies almost everyday for breakfast. Spinach is a usual ingredient along with hemp seeds tossed in the blender. I like the zucchini idea. I’ve found you can add pretty much whatever veggies you have around along with the stronger tasting berries. Costcos anti oxident berry blend is a good option that includes blueberries.

  63. Vanessa says

    Hi Dana!

    If the coconut milk is store bought, do you recommend the type from a carton or a can?

    Thank you in advance!

    • B says

      Can! The carton tetra packaging is rinsed with hydrogen peroxide before filling ? leaching into your delectable nut milk, destroying your gut bacteria after ingestion, and, once rinsed down the manufacture’s drain, wreaks havoc on our water systems. (I am a grocery manager at a small farm store and we abhor tetra packaging. Work is being done to have it banned in our community, to start)

  64. Robyn says

    I got home and didn’t know what to make for lunch. This was perfect! I love the flavor combo of blueberries, cinnamon, and coconut milk. The only change I made was using fresh blueberries since that’s what I had on hand. Thank you for another delicious recipe!