Rainbow-Colored Smoothies

I was craving some color and fun in the kitchen, so these Rainbow-Colored Smoothies happened! Today I want to show you how to use sweet, antioxidant-packed fruit (and other plant-based ingredients) to create a smoothie in every color of the rainbow..

My Rainbow of Smoothies...

Onto the Recipes:

Bright Pink:

1 pitaya smoothie pack
2 frozen bananas
1 cup non-dairy milk
5 Brazil nuts

Light Pink:

1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, organic
1 frozen banana
1 cup non-dairy milk
5 Brazil nuts or 1/4 cup walnuts


1 cup frozen peaches
1 1/2 frozen bananas
1 cup non-dairy milk
5-10 Brazil nuts or cashews
optional: pinch of orange zest


DIY DOLE Whip recipe


1 cup non-dairy milk
1-2 tsp matcha green tea
2 frozen bananas
5 Brazil nuts or 2 Tbsp cashews


1/2 cup blueberries
2 frozen bananas
1 cup non-dairy milk
5-10 Brazil nuts or cashews
a few drops of blue plant-based food coloring or blue algae (optional)


Acai recipe here

Oh hey rainbow smoothies, it just so happens that June is Pride Month, so cheers to these smoothies being a perfect fit to celebrate any and everyone who identifies as being in the LGBTQ community - and their loved ones who support them as well. One of the greatest advances I believe that my generation has done is pave the way for equality, acceptance and celebration of this community. Obviously, we aren't all the way there, and there is much inequality still in our world, but I for one am so thankful the diversity and strength brought into this world by this community as well as all the ways we can embrace and foster diversity. It may be a silly or small thing for me to even mention this here on my blog, but I truly believe that everyone has a voice and it's so easy in today's world to forget how to use it. There is so much judgement, negativity and anger online, it can be a scary place to speak up or even be vulnerable or even speak up for someone else, but I think it's important. Using my voice is something I continually work on - in all areas of my life. And it's funny, looking back on my life, no matter how scary, awkward or alone I felt - I can't think of one single time that I regret using my voice and standing up for myself - or other people.

This life is a constant conversation, what are you choosing to say? And how can you share your POV?

And now I'm driving into territory I covered in this recent post.

More Colorful Smoothies from My Blog:


- Watermelon Frosty (fan fave!)
- Strawberry Satsuma Smoothie
- Pink Ripe Raspberry Smoothie


- Creamsicle Smoothie
- Frosty Pumpkin Fall Shake
- Peach Hemp Shake


- Matcha Shake Bowls + all about matcha
- Spirulina Banana Ice Cream Shake
- Green Fuel Protein Shake
- Frosty Pumpkin Seed Sweet Green Smoothie
- Matcha Shake with chia seeds version 2.0
- Pina-vocado Smoothie
- Sweet Green Smoothie with video
- Green Dream Smoothie Bowl


- wild blueberry pumpkin seed bowl
- Easy Acai Smoothie Bowl
- Purple Citrus Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Unicorn Frappe


- Vanilla Shake (secret-ingredient)


- Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl
- Easy Energy Almond Butter Shake (fan fave!)
- Cinnamon Coffee Shake

Rainbow Colored Smoothies

Kathy Patalsky

Published 06/18/2019

Rainbow Colored Smoothies

These smoothies create a rainbow of colors, from fruits and veggies and other plant-based ingredients.


  • red: pink pitaya
  • orange: peach
  • yellow: pineapple
  • green: matcha
  • blue: banana blueberry
  • purple: acai
  • pink: strawberry banana


  1. Blend up the smoothies and serve them in a rainbow formation. Offer up shots of each for guests or swirl them all together into tie-dyed rainbow concoctions, if you dare!
  2. Tip: When one color is blended, place it in the fridge or freezer to stay chilled while you blend the next flavors.

Yield: 6 smoothies

Prep Time: 00 hrs. 05 mins.

Cook time: 00 hrs. 20 mins.

Total time: 25 mins.

Tags: smoothies,rainbow,beverage,drink,fruit,vegan,recipe,healthy,smoothie,

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