Summer is the perfect time for some tie-dying, only instead of white t-shirts... it’s a healthy smoothie! Vibrant, colorful layers are blended separately then spooned into jars and topped with a dollop of coconut whipped cream and sprinkles. Blend up a quadruple batch for a DIY tie-dye smoothie bar and let everyone create their own unique blend of flavors and colors
Blend green, yellow, and pink layers separately. Transfer each color to a separate bowl or jar. Rinse blender between each color. Add a little extra water if blender is having a difficult time blending.
For the blue layer, place coconut milk and butterfly pea flower powder in a small jar or bowl and whisk together until combined.
To serve, spoon a little of each color into two pint jars. There will be more green than any other color. Top the smoothies with a dollop of whipped coconut cream (simply whisk the thick cream from canned coconut quickly) and garnish with sprinkles and/or freeze-dried fruit. Serve immediately.
Add lemon juice if you’d like the blue to become a bit more purple.
Double or triple the layers to feed a party.
Add a whole toppings bar to turn these into smoothie 'sundaes.'
Coconut whipped cream is a great dairy-free topping that you can buy from the store or make yourself.
This smoothie won't keep in the fridge for very long, so if you want to make it a few hours ahead of time, then store the layers separate from each other then stir and layer right before serving.