Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie

This healthy Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie recipe is the best way to cool off this summer. Thanks to the natural sweetness of cantaloupe melon and banana, there is no need to add any sugar to this healthy drink! 

close-up of a glass of strawberry and cantaloupe smoothie with a strawberry as decoration

A fresh and summery smoothie made with fresh strawberry, sweet cantaloupe, and banana – the perfect snack or light breakfast for when the temperatures start to climb up and the sun is high in the sky!

This cantaloupe smoothie is super refreshing, creamy and naturally sweet thanks to the fruits. You can omit the dairy to keep it vegan, but I like to add a few tablespoons for added protein and a creamier texture.

You could also use collagen peptides for a boost of nutrients (it doesn’t taste anything, unlike protein powder, and it’s really good for your skin and your guts!). Enjoy!

overhead shot of a tall glass of sugar-free strawberry and cantaloupe smoothie with fresh strawberries on the side

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Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie in a tall glass with a strawberry as decoration
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Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie

This healthy Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie recipe is the best way to cool off this summer. Thanks to the natural sweetness of cantaloupe melon and banana, there is no need to add any sugar to this healthy drink! 

Course Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword breakfast smoothie, cantaloupe melon smoothie, healthy drinks, homemade smoothies, liquid breakfast, sugar-free smoothies
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 1 glass
Calories 153 kcal

Ingredients

  • 10 strawberries medium size, hulled and quartered - you can also use frozen strawberries
  • 3/4 cup cantaloupe flesh cubbed
  • 1/2 medium banana ideally frozen
  • 1 tbsp water or more to taste or milk
  • 1 to 2 tbsp Greek yogurt optional - omit if vegan, dairy free, paleo & Whole30

Instructions

  1. Place the fruits in your blender (this is my blender). Start the blender and process until smooth. If the smoothie is too thick or your blender needs a little help, add about one tablespoon of water or milk and blend again.
  2. For a boost of protein and a thicker smoothie, add one to two tablespoons of Greek yogurt (not included in the nutrition facts). You might need to add more water or milk.
  3. Serve immediately.
Nutrition Facts
Strawberry and Cantaloupe Smoothie
Amount Per Serving (1 glass (with Greek yogurt))
Calories 153
% Daily Value*
Cholesterol 1mg0%
Sodium 33mg1%
Potassium 791mg23%
Carbohydrates 34g11%
Fiber 5g21%
Sugar 24g27%
Protein 5g10%
Vitamin A 4490IU90%
Vitamin C 124.4mg151%
Calcium 64mg6%
Iron 0.8mg4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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12 Comments
  1. Cantaloupe Melon and Strawberry go so well together and I would totally go ahead and add a tbsp of my fave coconut Greek yogurt to this one! The perfect summer drink!

  2. DeeeLish!!! I added 3 Tbsp hemp seeds for protein and used 1/2 cup almond milk in place of liquid or dairy. Would be good with unsweetened coconut shreds also.

  3. Made this smoothie for breakfast today, and the flavor was very nice. I used a milk base because my cantaloupe was frozen, and also added vanilla protein powder. I am sad to say I won’t be making it again, because it turns out that neither my husband nor I can digest cantaloupe well. I usually have problems with bananas in smoothies, but with this one I never became aware of the banana in it, thanks to the cantaloupe. 🙂 For those who can digest cantaloupe, this is a great smoothie.

  4. I made a family size smoothie doubling the ingredients and used an entire single serve container of whole milk strawberry yogurt. Our whole family of 4 loved it! Thanks for this refreshing smoothie recipe!

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