Vegan Zucchini Protein Smoothie

One of my new obsessions is adding zucchini into my smoothies. I discovered that frozen zucchini adds a thick texture without modifying the taste of any smoothie. I used to add one frozen banana into each of my smoothies for that creamy texture. But bananas can be relatively high in natural sugars, carbs and calories. Don't get me wrong, I love me some bananas. But if I want to have two smoothies a day, or a sliced banana with my oatmeal, I want to refrain from eating like three of them a day! That's why I was super excited to discover the magical zucchini. Check out my simple and healthy smoothie recipe below!



  • 1 raw frozen zucchini (wash, cut into cubes and store in the freezer)

  • 1/2 frozen banana

  • The Natural Citizen Protein Powder: I love this vegan protein powder made from organic hemp protein, brown rice protein, pea protein & sacha inchi protein.

  • Homemade cinnamon vanilla almond milk: I have a super simple recipe for almond milk from my previous post using the Ellie's Best Nut Milk Bag - Discount code JAZZ for 10% off your purchase

  • Pinch of cinnamon


  • Good Mix Foods Blend 11 Mix: Ingredients: Chia Seeds*, Almonds, Pepitas*, Coconut*, Buckwheat*, Flaxseed*, Sesame Seeds*, Goji Berries*, Raw Cacao Nibs*, Puffed Amaranth*, Puffed Millet*. * = certified organic ingredient.

  • Better Body Foods Organic Powdered Peanut Butter

  • Fresh Blueberries


  1. Soak Good Mix Foods Blend 11 Mix with a dash of water for a few hours to activate.

  2. Mix 1 -2 tbsp of Powdered Peanut Butter with a dash of water and mix to create a creamy peanut butter consistency.

  3. Blend together all of the smoothie ingredients. I like my smoothies really creamy, so I add minimal liquid just so it is able to blend.

  4. Once the smoothie is blended, top with creamy peanut butter, GoodMix Foods and fresh blueberries.

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