Cherry Vanilla Collagen Smoothie Recipe

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Cherry Vanilla Collagen Smoothie Recipe

Want to start your day off deliciously and with a major boost of collagen? Look no further than this filling and delicious Cherry Vanilla Collagen Smoothie that’s made with our very own Multi Collagen Protein powder, frozen cherries, coconut milk and medjool dates. 

With this fibrous, high-protein smoothie, you’re consuming health-minded ingredients packed with antioxidants and micronutrients. Try it for breakfast or after a workout to replenish your protein levels. It’s not only filling, but will satisfy your sweet tooth, too. 

Key Ingredients 

This collagen smoothie contains nutrient-filled, antioxidant-rich ingredients that will keep you satisfied, while fitting into your healthy diet perfectly. Here’s a look at the top ingredients:

  • Collagen Protein Powder: The powerhouse ingredient in this sweet smoothie is our Multi Collagen Protein - Vanilla. It features a creamy vanilla flavour that pairs perfectly with cherries. 
  • Coconut milk: Coconut “milk” is the liquid that’s naturally found inside mature coconuts. It contains beneficial fats, like lauric acid, that are used by the body for energy. It’s also filled with micronutrients like manganese, magnesium and iron.
  • Cherries: Cherries are rich in antioxidants and they’ve been shown to possess anti-inflammatory activity. They are perfectly sweet, but lower in calories, so they’re a useful and delicious ingredient in any collagen smoothie. 
  • Medjool dates: Medjool dates are considered one of the healthiest natural sweeteners. They are excellent sugar substitutes and they feature fiber, vitamins and minerals to boot. 

How to Make A Cherry Vanilla Collagen Smoothie

Meal Type: Breakfast, Snack

Diet Type: Paleo, Gluten-free

Servings: 1

Total Time: 5 minutes



  1. Place all of the ingredients in a high-speed blender and purée until smooth.
  2. Add more coconut milk to blend as necessary.

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