7 Sensational Dairy-Free Smoothies for a Belly Reboot


It’s time for an official 12 Day GoodBelly Reboot! And to help motivate you on the path to digestive wellness, we hosted a blogger recipe contest for GoodBelly Smoothies. The seven entrants fired up their blenders to create the incredible recipes below. Each one takes mere minutes to make, and is loaded with probiotics and other nutritious goodies.

But before you get blending, sign up for the GoodBelly Reboot! Although the official event starts today, it’s always open for you to start any time. The quick sign up opens a portal to helpful tummy taming information, support, and a generous coupon!

7 Sensational GoodBelly Smoothies - Winning Dairy-Free Recipes for Digestive Wellness

The Grand Prize Recipe

We pureed, spooned, and sipped our way through the entries. Every cool and creamy mouthful was a delicious experience. But we finally picked one to receive the $500 grand prize. And the winning recipe is …

Probiotic Pumpkin Pear Smoothie from Veggie Inspired

Like autumn in a glass, this creamy blend hit all the right notes with a satisfying mix of spice, pumpkin, and fruit. We used a frozen banana for more of a shake-like experience. But if bananas are out, I recommend skipping the banana and doubling the pear. Surprisingly, the flavor of this smoothie also works well with the Lemon Drop StraightShot. It adds a little brightness to the finish, but is mild enough  to let those fall flavors shine.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Pumpkin Pear Smoothie)

More Amazing GoodBelly Smoothies

These are all winning recipes in my book! It was insanely hard to single out a recipe since all of these GoodBelly smoothies are truly delicious. I can’t fault any of them, and have included my notes on why we love each one.

Orange Smoothie with Prebiotics & Probiotics from Flo & Grace

This healthy frosty recipe tastes just like an Orange Julius! But you won’t believe the key secret ingredient. This banana-free blend sneaks in loads of nutrition and is seriously low sugar. I added just 2 drops of stevia and didn’t need much ice for a sweet refreshing flavor that was spot on.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Orange Julius Smoothie)

Sneaky Berry Smoothie from A Mind”Full” Mom

This blend doubles down on the blackberry goodness and also contains pomegranate and blueberry for a sweet-tart treat. It’s kid-friendly and approved by this adult. The deep red-purple hue hides the handful of greens within and a touch of Omega 3 adds a hint of richness.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Berry Smoothie)

Tropical Green Smoothie from Living Well Kitchen

Meme owns the spinach color in this green smoothie, but the flavor is sweetly tropical. It’s a synergistic combination of mango, banana, and pineapple blended with GoodBelly Tropical Orangeade, naturally. Time to head to the cabana.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Tropical Green Smoothie)

Mango Dragon Probiotic Smoothie Bowl from A Whisk and Two Wands

I never said you couldn’t enjoy GoodBelly smoothies in a bowl! Sarah shows two options for her recipe. The bright pink one is the original, made with dragon fruit (pitaya), which you can buy fresh or frozen. The other uses acai or blueberries, just in case you can’t find dragon fruit. Either way, this bowl is fresh and fruity with a sweetness that suits  breakfast or an afternoon treat.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Dragon Fruit Mango Smoothie)

Coconut Melon Avocado Smoothie Bowl from Grateful Grazer

Using a half melon for a smoothie bowl is pure genius! We loved the magical combination of sweet-tart raspberries and ripe melon. The avocado adds creaminess and the Cultured Coconut Water ties it all together for a refreshing finish.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Coconut Raspberry Melon Smoothie)

Watermelon Lime Pomegranate Smoothie Bowl from Bear Necessities

My smoothie bowl wasn’t as celestial and pretty as Tara’s, but it still tasted darn good. I’d call this one the “all in” smoothie with 8 fruits represented! If you can’t find dragon fruit powder, pomegranate powder is a nice alternative and adds a touch of tartness.

7 GoodBelly Smoothies for a Happy Tummy (pictured Celestial Smoothie)

About GoodBelly

This recipe contest was sponsored by GoodBelly Probiotics. All GoodBelly products are dairy free and provide a tasty way to digestive wellness. I enjoy them myself regularly! You can enjoy their traditional Probiotic Juice Drinks, Gluten-free Probiotic Juice Drinks, Cultured Coconut Water, single-serve PlusShots, no sugar added StraightShots, high-powered SuperShots, or new Infused Beverages.

See the entire line-up of GoodBelly Probiotic Drinks and sign-up any time for their helpful 12-Day GoodBelly Reboot. It includes tips, support, and usually coupons so that you can enjoy all of these GoodBelly Smoothies!

7 Sensational GoodBelly Smoothies - Winning Dairy-Free Recipes for Digestive Wellness

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


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  2. OMG!!!! I’m so excited right now! Thank you so much, Alisa!! I’m so happy you guys loved it so much too. And I love the suggestion of using the lemon drop shot too – that would brighten it up in a lovely way. Thanks again for this opportunity!

    • Congrats Jenn! We loved the creamy consistency, spice and the way everything played together – thank you for creating it! The lemon was a surprise. We tested again and I was out of the Original. I tasted tested the Lemon first (it’s new to me!) and it had just mild lemon notes so I thought it would be okay, but it was better than okay 🙂

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