The Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)

If you can’t escape to a tropical island this summer, you may as well feel like you did! 

Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)

The Organic Kitchen Tropical Smoothie will make you feel like you are poolside on a lounge chair. It is made with coconut milk, an assortment of tropical fruit and a handful of baby kale. 

Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)


If you can’t find a frozen tropical fruit blend at your grocery store you can just use a variety of frozen pineapple, mango, strawberries and banana chunks.

Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)


Just whip them up in your high powered blender (I use a Blendtec, affiliate link) and you have a rich, creamy, dreamy, frozen drink that will make you feel like you are on vacation. All you need is the little umbrella in the glass!

Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)


And speaking of glasses, these beautiful tumblers are handmade by Niki at Aren’t they stunning! You can check out her Etsy Shop here.

Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)


I love this smoothie, it’s a great way to start your morning and the kids will love it too!

The Recipe: Tropical Smoothie

Tips and what you will need: You will need a high powered blender, I use Blendtec, frozen tropical fruit blend, and coconut milk. If you prefer almond milk here is my recipe. (affiliate links)

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The Tropical Smoothie



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I light morning smoothie. I buy a frozen tropical fruit mix but of you can't find one you can use a combo of frozen mango, pineapple, strawberries and banana chunks. Occasionally I will throw in a few blueberries too.


  • 1 cup vanilla coconut milk (or vanilla almond milk)
  • 3/4 cup frozen tropical fruit mix (see summary above)
  • small handful of baby kale


  1. Place ingredients in blender and blend till smooth. Add more liquid if necessary.

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Post tags: gluten free, dairy free, grain free

22 thoughts on “The Tropical Smoothie (Dairy Free)

  1. I’ve never tried kale in a smoothie. (I did try swiss chard once. Yuck! It was way too strong!) I’ll give this a try. We love kale at our house. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. I love making smoothies in the summertime! I would always throw whatever fruit I could find into the blender and be on my way. It’s so quick and simple. It’s almost TOO easy!

  3. Yum! I am definitely saving this to try later. My kids make smoothies every day and I know they would love this one. And those glasses are so pretty!

  4. I love the tumblers! I have never put kale in my smoothie but I think I am going to give it a try; your recipe sounds amazing even with the kale:)

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