This vegan Tiramisu Smoothie is dangerously close to dessert but I say it’s still healthy enough to call breakfast. It’s made with coffee, frozen banana, vegan vanilla protein powder, pure vanilla extract, cacao, sea salt, cauliflower and coconut yogurt.

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

The Cookie Crumble

To make the cookie crumble, I added 2 tablespoons of oats, 2 tablespoons of walnuts, 3 small dates, a few drops of water and a pinch of sea salt to my blender and pulsed a few times until it resembled crumbly dough.

You can play around a with the amounts, use a different nut cashews or try it with coconut in place of the oats or walnuts. You’ll want to use soft, fresh dates otherwise it will be too crumbly. If your dates are dry, pour boiling water over them and let them soak for 10 minutes before draining and using.

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Make it Ice Cream

If you want to make this a super thick, soft serve ice cream-like smoothie bowl, add everything to the blender except the coffee and start blending. If needed, slowly add a little coffee to get it to blend.

If it starts blended up without coffee, and it should with the yogurt in there, add some espresso powder or Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee for the coffee flavour.

Dairy-Free Yogurt Options

As for the dairy-free yogurt, you can use any homemade or store-bought plant-based yogurt. Coconut, cashew, almond and soy yogurt are all good choices.

My favourite is So Delicious but I can’t always find it in my area. They have an Unsweetened Vanilla Coconut Milk that would be perfect. The Dairy-Free Greek Yogurt from Daiya is also really good but I can’t always find it. They have Plain and Vanilla Bean and they’d both be perfect in this recipe. I really like the plain coconut yogurt from Yosu as well.

I find the Coconut Milk Yogurt from Silk to be quite runny without much flavour but I’ve still used it in this recipe. I’m in Canada and we don’t have quite as much selection as you do down in the US, so if you know of a good brand, do share in the comments!

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Tiramisu Smoothie Recipe

This tiramisu smoothie is verging on dessert, I know, but it has cauliflower in it so that’s gotta count for something right?? Maybe we can sneak it by as a salad…maybe?

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Vegan Tiramisu Smoothie with Quick Cookie Crumble | Running on Real Food

Tiramisu Smoothie with Cookie Crumble

  • Author: Deryn Macey
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Method: Blender
  • Cuisine: Vegan

The quick cookie crumble is your vanilla wafers, the non-dairy yogurt fills in for cream cheese and of course, you can’t forget the coffee in anything inspired by tiramisu. Frozen banana, vegan vanilla protein powder and cauliflower adds volume and nutrition and it’s all blended up and topped off with a quick vanilla cookie crumble.


Scale

Ingredients

For the Tiramisu Smoothie

For the Cookie Crumble


Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender and process until smooth and creamy.
  2. To make the cookie crumble, pulse the ingredients together a few times until it resembles crumbly dough. Sprinkle it over your smoothie and dig in!

Keywords: protein, high-protein, protein shake, plant-based