Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

Hi friends! 

I have a new recipe for you all that you will go crazy for. This vegan mint chip milkshake is going to be your new favorite breakfast that literally tastes like dessert. Yes, you heard me! It’s healthy enough to eat this for breakfast. I have this at least three days a week, it’s so yummy. 

Or, if you don’t want to have it for breakfast, you can have it for a treat when you’re craving something sweet but want something healthy at the same time. I am obsessed!

Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake


I am so excited to be partnering up with BareOrganics for this recipe! They are an organic superfood company that makes incredible high-quality products.

As a plant-based health coach and food blogger, you know my pantry is always stocked with ALL kinds of vegan superfoods and BareOrganics is the real deal. 

In this vegan mint chip milkshake recipe, I use BareOrganics spirulina for a natural green color in the milkshake and the cacao nibs as a healthier version of chocolate chips. 

All of the BareOrganics products are organic, non-GMO, raw and chemical free. BareOrganics explains that, “in our products, you’ll only find organic superfoods created using processes like freeze-drying, low temperatures and cold-milling to ensure quality nutrition, taste, and integrity”. I love their mission. 

Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

The recipe is simple, you blend everything except the cacao nibs in the blender. Once blended, add the cacao nibs, then pulse until combined. The cacao nibs will act as your healthy chocolate chips! Yum! Cacao nibs are rich in antioxidants, are 100% natural and have no sugar – total win! 

Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

This vegan mint chip milkshake is:



Perfectly sweet




Perfect for summer


Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

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Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

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Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

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Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake

Vegan Mint Chip Milkshake (no added sugar)

Thick, perfectly sweet, minty, chocolaty, refreshing and super easy to make. Basically a 5-minute milkshake that's healthy enough to eat for breakfast.
Course Breakfast, Dessert, no sugar milkshake, oil-free milkshake, Smoothie, Treats, Vegan Breakfast, wfpb milkshake
Cuisine Gluten-free, Gluten-free Vegan, Healthy Vegan, Oil-free, Plant-based, Soy-free, WFPB
Keyword cacao nibs, easy wfpb desserts, forks over knives, mint chip milkshake, mint chocolate chip, plant-based milkshake, plant-based vegan, spirulina, spirulina smoothie, vegan milkshake, wfpb milkshake


  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 tsp spirulina powder I use Bare Organics
  • 1 tbsp cacao nibs I use Bare Organics
  • 1 scoop vegan vanilla protein of choice
  • 1 tbsp peanut or almond butter
  • 1 cup kale or spinach
  • 5 drops peppermint extract
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 1 cup ice
  • stevia optional for added sweetness


  • Add all ingredients except cacao nibs into the blender and blend. Once blended, pulse in the cacao nibs - these act as our healthy chocolate chips!
  • Serve and enjoy!


Feel free to use frozen banana to make it even thicker.

This blog was created in partnership with BareOrganics



13 replies
  1. Cassandra says:

    Hey I haven’t made the recipe yet but was curious if you’ve come across a no sugar added vanilla protein? I always have issues finding such a product that doesn’t have monk fruit or stevia instead which I don’t enjoy the taste of. Either way looking forward to trying and thanks!

  2. Kate says:

    I’m wondering if you can use peppermint essential oil in this recipe instead of peppermint extract (or in addition to)? What are your thoughts on that?

  3. Mavis says:

    I just found this recipe and had everything to make it…delicious! So creamy and thick! Next time I will use frozen bananas. Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe.5 stars


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