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Unicorn Smoothie diabetes friendly recipe

Unicorn Smoothie

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Makes 2 (12-ounce) smoothies Prep Time 10 minutes Total Time 10 minutes Made with Splenda® Original Sweetener


  1. In a blender, add all ingredients for the pink layer except ice. Blend on high until smooth. Add ice and pulse. Smoothie will be thick. Divide pink smoothie into two separate glasses.
  2. Rinse blender, then add all ingredients for the blue-purple layer except blackberries. Blend on high until smooth. Add blackberries, and pulse once or twice, just until smoothie gets infused with pops of purple among the blue.
  3. Carefully pour the blue-purple smoothie on top of the pink, dividing between the two glasses.
  4. Take a toothpick or a spoon down the sides the sides of the smoothie to create a swirl-effect. Top with whipped cream and edible sparkles if desired. Enjoy immediately!


  • Blue spirulina powder is a natural blue food coloring that comes from the edible blue-green algae. It boosts nutrition and adds beautiful blue-green color to any smoothie or smoothie bowl.
  • If blue spirulina powder is unavailable, ⅓ cup frozen blueberries may be used, though the blue color won’t be as bright.
  • Frozen strawberries may be used if raspberries are unavailable.