Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie


Smoothies are the perfect breakfast or snack for meals on the run. The chia seeds in this deliciously fruity version add a unique texture. Drink the smoothie right away for a satisfying crunch, or wait for the seeds to “gel” and enjoy a texture similar to tapioca pearls.

This shake is lower in protein than most Paleo breakfasts, so be sure to pair it with a hard-boiled egg, some cooked chicken or sausage, or a handful of almonds for a complete meal.

Recipe makes 2 servings.
Approximate Prep Time: 5 minutes
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1 large kiwi(s), peeled and roughly chopped or sliced
1 cup(s) strawberries, frozen
1 can(s) coconut milk, full fat (403 mL)
2 tablespoon(s) chia seeds
1 teaspoon(s) honey, raw, (optional)


  1. Combine kiwi, strawberries, coconut milk and honey (if desired) in a blender. Pulse for 60 seconds, or until fully blended.
  2. Stir in chia seeds. Serve immediately. For a thicker smoothie, refrigerate for 4 to 24 hours to let chia seeds "gel."


  1. Lulu Sullivan

    I’m interested in eating a healthier diet and wanting to loose weight !
    So I’m hoping I can change my eating habits and I’m sure your news letter & website will help!

    Cheers Lulu

  2. Smoothie mommy

    Thanks a lot! I love strawberry smoothies with bananas and milk.

  3. zara y

    how many calories are in each meal. You have been so nice to make our lives easy…it wil be nie to know the mount of calories in each meal.

    • Karen

      If you are a member of the meal plan, you should be able to see the nutritional information for each recipe. On the meal plans, although Paleo is not directly guided by caloric intent we do try to stay around 1700-2000 calories per person per day.

  4. Tiffany D

    This is tasty.I used to make smoothies with greek yogurt and Thai coconuts BEFORE going Paleo, so the coconut milk in can tastes different, but still very satisfying and extremely easy to make.

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