Let’s walk through how to make a Raspberry smoothie that’s gluten and dairy free.

And actually, it’s my Raspberry Muffin smoothie recipe, one of my faves.

I think you are going to want to make this delicious smoothie a part of your everyday routine. They are perfect when paired with protein for the perfect quick breakfast or just as a simple afternoon snack.

Smoothies are also are EXTREMELY easy on your gut due to the fact that they have (mostly) already been broken down.

Most of the work your digestive system has to do has already been completed before you even take your first sip! This is an excellent way to alleviate some gut symptoms.

Health Benefits of this Delicious Raspberry Smoothie

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Let’s start off by going over just what makes this smoothie so good for you.

Raspberries are one of my favorite fruits as they have so many health benefits.

The raspberry base is high in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C.

This makes it a great addition for not only waking up your digestive system but also protecting it from potential damage from free radicals. It both protects and enhances your GI tract.

It also provides that natural sweetness from its naturally occurring sugars.

The recipe also uses rolled oats, which are full of fiber and whole grains. This provides the satiation factor, which keeps you full for a long time after eating.

The high carbohydrate content is also INCREDIBLE for boosting nervous system health. Your nervous system runs on carbohydrates, so ensuring that you consume enough is key for overall health.

Lastly is the oat milk, which is fairly similar to the rolled oats. It provides 4 grams of protein per smoothie, which helps to boost your body’s ability to repair and fix tissue.

(Make note: you cannot just choose any old oat milk, since most contain unnecessary and harmful Gutsy ingredients like rapeseed oil, other oils, etc.)

Overall benefits for this smoothie include:

  • high satiation factor
  • high fiber content
  • protection against free radicals
  • high micronutrient content
  • nervous system boost (one of the best things about this recipe!)

Recipe for a Healthy Raspberry Smoothie

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Ok now that we have covered how amazing this smoothie is in terms of nutrients, let’s get into the actual recipe.

Thankfully this smoothie is made with very simple ingredients and takes hardly any time to make.

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How to Make a Raspberry Smoothie {gluten and dairy free}

Learn how to make this simple gluten and dairy free Raspberry Smoothie: the Raspberry Muffin Smoothie for one in 5 minutes or less.
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Course Beverage, Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1


  • 1 Blender


  • 1.5 cups unsweetened oat milk
  • 1/2 cup old-fashioned oats make sure they are gluten free
  • 1 tsp cinnamon ground
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup raspberries frozen
  • 1 cup bananas frozen


  • Add everything to a blender.
  • Blend until fully mixed.
  • Top with granola or fruit if wanted.
  • Enjoy!


  • You can include an added sweetener such as maple syrup, agave, or honey if you have a bit of a sweet tooth
  • You’ll find Elmhurst 1925 Milked Oats Unsweetened HERE
  • Another favorite unsweetened oat milk is Willa’s Unsweetened Organic Oat Milk, which you can find HERE
Keyword dairy free, gluten free, soy free, Vegan, Vegetarian

This amount is perfect for 1 – 2 people.

You can store the leftover smoothie in an air-tight container and freeze it. Once you’re ready to finish it, let it thaw a little and enjoy.

Sometimes I’ll add a little more liquid (aka the oat milk in this case) to it and blend up a bit before finishing.

This recipe is sweet enough that you do not need any added sweetener, but we have a given a few examples if you absolutely must.

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How to Make a Raspberry Smoothie {gluten and dairy free}: Swaps

This recipe is also super easy to individualize to make YOUR own smoothies. You can add in other ingredients if you want to get a lil extra nutrition in there.

If you want to adjust the thickness, consider adding some plain greek yogurt (dairy-free). You could also add a cup of ice to avoid a thinner texture. This will provide a creamier texture.

And if you want your smoothie thinner, you could use fresh berries vs. frozen.

If you want to bump up the fat content you can add almond butter or peanut butter into the smoothie. This will make it even more satiating and creamy.

You can also swap the oat milk out for unsweetened coconut milk or unsweetened almond milk, as they are higher in fat content. These healthy fats are helpful in lubricating the GI tract and making it easier to digest food.

In addition, this smoothie is fairly low in protein, so adding a protein powder could be a great way to boost protein.

Perfect Plant Protein is one of my favorites, as it is made with ingredients that are easier on the GI tract plus it’s organic and low-FODMAP.

Lastly, if you want to try a raspberry-blueberry smoothie, just add in 1 cup of frozen berries.

Wild blueberries are extremely high in phytochemicals, and have been known to lower blood pressure and protect against heart disease.

Other smoothie additions include:

  • flax seeds
  • chia seeds
  • lime juice
  • orange juice
  • cashew milk
  • vanilla greek yogurt (dairy-free)
  • ++ see below for my 13 gut-healing boosts for smoothies!

I would also, hands down, add in a scoop of Tummy Soothe! I’ve never made a smoothie, juice (or really anything liquid) that does not include this foundational gut healing + gut health product.

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All of these are just simple ways to adjust the smoothie and change the nutrient content.

For best results try a couple of different swaps to find how YOU like your smoothie.

Extra Tips for a Good Smoothie

If you want your smoothie to be as delicious as possible, there is actually a way to stack the ingredients properly! Who would have thought?

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  • liquids
  • dry ingredients
  • greens
  • soft ingredients
  • fresh fruit or vegetables
  • frozen fruit or vegetables and ice

This method ensures that your smoothie comes out slightly more thick and makes it easier to blend. A win-win situation.

I hope you enjoy this smoothie as much as I do!

p.s. If you are looking for a ton of smoothies recipes, I have a 7-day smoothie challenge I offer for free HERE.

If you liked this post, you might also enjoy:

  1. Top 13 Gut Healing Boosts for Simple Smoothies
  2. How to Build the Best Paleo Smoothie Bowls
  3. 6 Best Juice Recipes for Gut Health {Episode 67, Bites #15}
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