Tofu Strawberry-Banana Protein Smoothie

Sticking to organic products is one of the best ways to control my allergies. This includes food, personal care products, and clearing products. I am allergic to many antibiotics so I can only eat organic meats where the animals were not given antibiotics, and I only eat organic fruits because pesticides are known to make your organs work harder to detox. I love making smoothies because they are a quick and easy way to get many essential nutrients. Here is one of my favorite go to smoothies!

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups fresh strawberries
  • 2 large bananas
  • 4 oz. tofu
  • 1/8-1/4 cup liquid sweetener (honey, fructose, etc.) Or add pinch of stevia to taste
  • 2-3 teaspoon GFCF vanilla flavoring
  • Water or Juice

Preparation:

  • Freeze fruit before blending
  • Add and blend all ingredients thoroughly, add just enough water or juice to bring the smoothie to your preferred consistency.

You can also use blueberries, raspberries, peaches, pears, or whatever fruits you enjoy and can tolerate. Strawberries and bananas have been one of my favorite combinations, and the tofu adds a good amount of protein without sacrificing taste.

Let me know what you find to be your favorite combinations!

GFCF, EF, SF

Legend:

  • GFCF – gluten free casein free
  • SF – soy free
  • EF – egg free

17 Comments

  1. cesarabacahin823

    I was a little skeptical at first to try out this “tofu strawberry-banana protein smoothie”. I had never had tofu in my smoothies before so I was not sure if it would taste well or not. To my surprise, this tofu strawberry-banana protein smoothie is one of the best tasting ones I have ever tried!

  2. ja.aldrin

    I recommend freezing the fruit ahead of time before blending to make sure they don’t get too mushed up in there.

  3. josemrtinalmacha

    I freeze the bananas and strawberries before blending them, not just to make it cold, but to help break down the cell walls of the fruit. This makes it easier to blend, and also prevents me from having an allergic reaction.

  4. pauladreweugenio

    I don’t know why people say that Tofu in Smoothies are disgusting when they are actually great.

  5. johallen_th

    best tasting smoothie in the world.

  6. elirinst727

    The texture is super creamy and tastes amazing!

  7. loezahans

    This is seriously the best smoothie product I have ever had

  8. stawars_jtm

    yay so yummy!

  9. leevicadetajolongno

    it is healthy and helps me get my protein without eating animal products.

  10. enricniloaguilar

    I’ve been vegan for over a decade now and have eaten all kinds of tofu smoothies. This is by-far the best one I have tried. It’s got a great flavor, it’s easy to digest and it has a good amount of protein in it.

  11. nimish

    I wish more restaurants would serve this because we want to make the world a better place, not just our own bodies

  12. sputnik1bread

    The first time I tried Tofu Strawberry-Banana Protein Smoothie was by accident. I was sick of all the sugary fruit drinks and decided to try something new

  13. jimnez61499

    I have tried every vegan protein smoothie recipe under the sun and this one really tops them all.

  14. leormon.jonson

    I freeze the fruit first when blending, which makes it so thick and creamy. It’s great to drink after a workout or before bed.

  15. pastanajoshua20

    the Tofu Strawberry-Banana Protein Smoothie’s frosty consistency and the flavor is quite nice.

  16. jonkau17

    A must try for anyone who likes smoothies

  17. mlaroneda1111

    If you’re looking for a quick, organic breakfast to start your day with or a delicious post-workout meal, this tofu smoothie recipe is perfect.

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