Googie’s Kitchen presents Chocolate Cherry Lavender Smoothie

Chocolate Cherry Lavender Smoothie

Now that summer is on the way I’m getting ready to pull out those delicious morning smoothies again. During winter I’m much more of a porridge or egg kind of person. I prefer warming foods for all my meals during the colder weather. However, when summer starts knocking on the door, I like to think about smoothies and salads.

As part of my lavender month I thought I would try making a smoothie with lavender in. A little while ago I made a Choc Cherry Smoothie and I decided to make a few changes. Then I added lavender to the breakfast drink as well. The lavender gave this drink a little extra flavour and I thought it was delicious. Although maybe an acquired taste. Let me know what you think once you try it. Below is a video and recipe for you.

Chocolate Cherry Lavender Smoothie

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Serves 1

Equipment needed

  • Sharp knife
  • Chopping Board
  • Teaspoon
  • Tablespoon
  • Nutribullet (We bought this on Amazon.)


  • Avocado x 1/2
  • Banana x 1
  • Medjool dates x 2
  • Brazil Nuts x 4
  • Pumpkin seeds x 1 tbsp
  • Hemp seeds x 1tbsp
  • Flax seed oil x 1 tsp
  • Cherries x 1 handful
  • Oat Milk x 200mls
  • Kale x 1 large handful
  • Raw cacao powder x 1 tbsp
  • Ground sweet cinnamon x 1 tsp
  • Local honey x 1 tsp (optional)
  • Lavender x 4 – 6 stalks


  • Start by cutting your avocado in half and leaving the stone in one half.
  • Put that in a tupperware box and store in the fridge until you want to use it.
  • Add the half with no stone to the Nutribullet or food processor (having removed the skin first, of course!).
  • Along with the banana, pecans, mixed seeds, medjool dates, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, flax seed oil, cherries, oat milk, kale, raw cacao powder, cinnamon, local honey (optional) and lavender.
  • Blend all the ingredients together until smooth.
  • Pour into a glass or drink from the Nutribullet cup and enjoy.
Chocolate Cherry Lavender Smoothie

Choc Cherry and Lavender Smoothie is a delicious breakfast drink. The lavender also adds a refreshing change in taste to this smoothie. It’s certainly a breakfast I will be having again. All of these ingredients are freezable so you could make a couple of batches and freeze them. To save time this is one that could be made the night before and eaten in the morning. It also makes a great mid morning or afternoon snack. However you decide to drink/eat this smoothie, as always, please enjoy.