Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie

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Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie-this simple smoothie is healthy enough for breakfast and decadent enough for dessert! 

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow! Are you ready for the day of looooove?

We have shared a lot of decadent Valentine’s Day Desserts, including my favorite Chocolate Pudding Cake and Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cookies, but today we are sharing a healthier treat! This Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie is super simple to blend up and is sure to cure any chocolate craving! You can enjoy this delicious smoothie for breakfast, snack time, or dessert! Yes, I said breakfast! Chocolate for breakfast is a MUST on Valentine’s Day:)

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

Caleb loves helping me make smoothies. It is one of our favorite kitchen activities. We always mix up our flavors so we don’t get bored. When I asked him if he wanted to make a chocolate smoothie, he looked at me with bright eyes and screamed, “YES!” He was super excited to try a chocolate smoothie!

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You only need four ingredients to make this Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie. We started with Almond Breeze Chocolate Unsweetened Almond Milk. It is plenty sweet for me and was perfect in our special smoothie. We added a frozen banana to thicken up our smoothie. I like to keep frozen bananas in the freezer because they always come in handy when it is smoothie making time! You can’t taste the banana because we also added frozen raspberries! The chocolate raspberry combo is divine and perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

To bring out the chocolate flavor, I threw in a few tablespoons of Dutch processed cocoa powder. We blended everything together and poured our smoothie into two glasses. I wanted to make the smoothie extra special for Caleb so I got out our fun straws and topped the Chocolate Raspberry Smoothies with sprinkles! He thought I was the coolest mom ever:)

The smoothie is rich, chocolaty, and oh so good! Whenever I am craving chocolate, I am going to turn to this smoothie! I love that it is easy to make and on the healthier side! And I am so glad Caleb loved it too! He is already asking to make chocolate smoothies again…and I am ok with that, as long he will share with me:)

If you are looking for a fun and easy Valentine’s Day treat, make our Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie! It is sure to be a hit with the kiddos and your special sweetheart. If you want to get all romantic, you can put two straws in one glass and sip away:) Enjoy!

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

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Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie

This simple chocolate smoothie is healthy enough for breakfast and delicious enough for dessert!
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  • 1 cup Almond Breeze Chocolate Unsweetened Almondmilk
  • 1 medium frozen banana
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 2 tablespoons Dutch processed cocoa powder
  • Raspberries and sprinkles for serving, if desired


  • Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately. Garnish with raspberries and sprinkles, if desired!
  • Note-we use Almond Breeze Chocolate Unsweetened Almondmilk and I think it is plenty sweet. If you want a sweeter drink, you can use Almond Breeze regular Chocolate Almondmilk.

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  1. Simple, delicious, and accessible. I love this smoothie already. I just bought pink and white sprinkles to decorate a cake that I made, but they will also be an accent for this smoothie. I’m making this today after my workout! ๐Ÿ˜€ Thank you.

  2. Every freezer needs it’s own stash of frozen bananas! Especially so you can whip up this smoothie in no time ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Awesome! We are a huge smoothie family and I have not tried the chocolate almond milk yet! we will have to do that.

  4. This looks great! I’ve never tried chocolate almond milk. I’m a big fan on chocolate milk in general but, while I use almond milk in recipes, I’m not sure if I would like drinking it straight. I think this smoothie recipe would be a good way to try it!

  5. If not for my love of sweets I would have no issue with eating healthy. TY, TY, TY for sharing this!! Now I can get my sweet fix and not feel guilty. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Yes. They only “chocolate” in chocolate almond milk is cocoa powder. It can be made just as chocolaty

  6. Whenever I put chocolate soy or almond milk in my smoothies I have a very good day. These looks like a wonderful Valentine’s Day treat!

  7. Love Almond Breeze almond milk and always buy it.. so this chocolate and raspberry smoothie is perfect for me! I have to make it.

  8. My daughter has been asking me to make a smoothie every day. I am so happy to have this recipe to try! She loves chocolate, so I’m sure she will love it!

    1. Janelle, 265 calories per 8 oz glass using these ingredients. Possibly there is another chocolate almond milk brand that is less than 100 calories per glass? I would look to see. My regular unsweetened almond milk is 40 cals per glass.

  9. Ok to use regular cocoa powder instead of Dutch cocoa? Do you know if it makes much difference in the result?