Strawberry Smoothie with Oat Milk, Soy or Almond Milk!

This simple and delicious strawberry smoothie is made with oat milk, soy or almond milk for a refreshing fruit-filled blended treat!

The Strawberry Smoothie of Your Dreams, Made with Any Milk You’d Like

What’s the point of a blended treat if it’s not made just the way you like it? 🙂 I’ve been craving a frozen strawberry smoothie to freshen up the day… and I thought you might like to try it for yourself. Today’s strawberry smoothie is made with oat milk, soy milk, or almond milk, and is so easy to customize and even easier to enjoy. Let’s grab our best juicy, bright red strawberries, our favorite milk and yogurt, and head to the blender. Let’s make this!

Ingredients in an Oat Milk Strawberry Smoothie

  • Strawberries: since we’re using frozen strawberries, we can skip the ice! If you only have fresh strawberries on hand, then simply wash, hull and dry strawberries. Freeze and use in place of already frozen strawberries.
  • Milk: pick your favorite milk! Wanna make an oat milk strawberry smoothie? Then use oat milk. Wanna make a strawberry soy smoothie? Use soy milk. Wanna make a strawberry almond milk smoothie? Oh, you know where I’m going with this…
  • Yogurt: I like using a complementary yogurt to go with my strawberry milk. Meaning? If I’m using almondmilk, I’m gonna use an almondmilk yogurt. If I’m using soy milk, I’m gonna use a soymilk yogurt. You get the drift. 😉

Very closeup shot of oat milk strawberry smoothie in a glass topped with a strawberry slice

How to Make a Strawberry Smoothie with Oat Milk


Add all strawberry smoothie ingredients into a blender. [Here’s the current, super awesome blender I’m using.] You’ll be adding in frozen strawberries, yogurt and the milk of choice.


Blend until creamy and smooth. You can add in more milk if you like it thinner, a bit of ice if you like it thicker.


Here, you can add in any sweetener and or extracts to customize the smoothie to your liking. Blend until well mixed and smooth.

Pour and Enjoy

Pour into cup(s) and enjoy the best strawberry smoothie!

The smoothie making station with a strawberry almond milk smoothie and a bowl of strawberries

Enjoy this Strawberry Smoothie Recipe 3 Ways!

1. Strawberry Smoothie with Oat Milk / Oat Milk Strawberry Smoothie

  • 1 ¼ cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup oat milk
  • ¼ cup oat milk yogurt
  • I like to add in 2 tablespoons oats and a bit more milk as needed to thin it out.
  • Also, consider adding in a few drops of liquid stevia or liquid monkfruit to up the sweetness.


2. Strawberry Almond Milk Smoothie

  • 1 ¼ cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • ¼ cup almond milk yogurt
  • For added sweetness, feel free to pop in a couple drops of liquid stevia or monkfruit.
  • For added flavor: ¼ teaspoon almond extract


3. Strawberry Soy Smoothie

  • 1 ¼ cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup soy milk
  • ¼ cup soy milk yogurt


Smoothie Not Sweet Enough?

If you have a sweet tooth like me, you might wanna add in a little something, something to achieve a deliciously sweet taste for your strawberry smoothie.

  • Keeping the sugar low? Use sugar free, natural sweeteners like liquid stevia or liquid monkfruit. Add in just a few drops to taste.
  • Use the best strawberries. I know, I know, it’s totally hard to predict what kind of quality strawberries will be at the market. But if you can, pick the best ones for your strawberry smoothie. I’ve also found that frozen strawberries are in great condition and don’t have any added ingredients.
  • Add in the sweetener you have on hand: You can up the sweetness with a teaspoon or two of pure maple syrup, honey or even keto maple syrup. You can even toss in half a frozen banana to increase the creamy sweetness of your oat milk strawberry smoothie.

A glass full of soy smoothie with oat milk topped with strawberry slices

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Shall I Have a Strawberry Smoothie with Oat Milk, Soy or Almond Milk?

You decide! Whether you love the creaminess of oat milk, the comforting vibes of soy milk, or my favorite-always-on-hand almond milk, use the milk you prefer. After all, the smoothie is yours! Thank you, as always, for stopping by and making these kitchen adventures that much sweeter. ‘Til the next one…

Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️

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Strawberry Smoothie with Oat Milk, Soy or Almond Milk!

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This simple and delicious strawberry smoothie is made with oat milk, soy or almond milk for a refreshing fruit-filled blended treat!


  • 1 ¼ cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup milk of choice, more as needed – use oat milk, soy milk, almond milk or your favorite milk
  • ¼ cup vanilla non-dairy yogurt



  1. Add frozen strawberries, milk and yogurt to a good blender.
  2. Blend until smooth. Feel free to add in a bit more milk to thin it out, as needed.
  3. If desired, add in extracts or sweeteners for enhanced flavor.
  4. Pour into cup(s) and enjoy!
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Category: Breakfast, Drinks
  • Method: Blend
  • Cuisine: American

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