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Lactose-Free Mango Berry Smoothie Bowl #compromisefree

When you’re following a gluten-free, lactose-free, peanut-free, or other allergen-free diet, it can be hard to find products and ingredients that taste like you remember. Hubby and Kay both have food allergies, so I’m always looking for alternatives to make sure they don’t miss out. Just because you’re limited in what you can eat, you shouldn’t have to be limited in what you can enjoy too! Thankfully there are many more gluten-free, lactose-free, and peanut-free options out there than ever before, but how do you know which ones taste like the real thing?

This delicious Mango Berry Smoothie Bowl is made with President's Choice lactose-free yogurt so everyone can enjoy this rich, creamy, frosty treat!

One name I trust is President’s Choice, because they’re committed to helping Canadians find freedom in “-free” products so we don’t have to choose between health and flavour anymore.

President’s Choice carries a delicious selection of lactose-free dairy products that puts all those things you’ve been avoiding back within reach. Sure, non-dairy milks are one option, but you just can’t beat the taste of a rich and creamy smoothie made with yogurt. And now you can have it with lactose-free yogurt!

President's Choice lactose-free 2% M.F. yogurtMy kids went bonkers for that creamy, frosty smoothie taste made with PC’s lactose-free yogurt and frozen mango chunks, frozen blueberries, and frozen strawberries. They especially loved the pretty smoothie bowl presentation!

This delicious Mango Berry Smoothie Bowl is made with President's Choice lactose-free yogurt so everyone can enjoy this rich, creamy, frosty treat!

How do you find “-free”dom in your favourite PC allergen-free products? Visit President’s Choice for more gluten-free, lactose-free, or peanut-free products and delicious meal ideas!

Lactose-Free Mango Berry Smoothie Bowl
Serves 2
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup PC® Plain Lactose-Free 2% M.F. Yogurt
  2. 1/2 ripe banana, chopped
  3. 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
  4. 1/2 cup frozen mango chunks
  5. 1/2 cup PC® Sliced Strawberries
  6. 1 tsp raw honey
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Serve immediately in a bowl with fresh or frozen fruit garnish on top.
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  • I do have a friend who is lactose-free so I always make sure our food is lactose-free when she visits, love the selection that Loblaws has.

  • it’s important to me to have access to tasty gluten-free, lactose-free, or peanut-free products because a famly member has allergies

  • Our family is full of allergies. My father is soy and lactose, BIL is wheat, SIL is nuts and niece is chocolate and re dye!! So we are always trying to prepare foods to suit each diet which is often hard!!

  • One of my sons was diagnosed as lactose intolerant years ago. He does use tablets sometimes so that he can enjoy a meal out without having to worry about what’s actually in the meal. It took a long time to discover what was his actual problem. I was amazed how many products we had to avoid since milk sugar was an additive.
    One of my daughter’s was lactose intolerant during her pregnancies. Another was diabetic during pregnancy.

  • it’s important to be aware of other peoples allergies, and to make sure you have other types of food on hand in case one of your guests has one.

  • It’s important for me to have gluten/lactose/peanut free alternatives b/c so many members of my family have issues with one of these foods.

  • I am gluten intolerant so while our house isn’t completely gluten-free, finding good gluten-free products are a necessity.

  • I don’t know anyone who is lactose intolerant or has a peanut allergy, but I know it is important for many people to have food that meets their dietary needs. Everyone needs proper nutrition.

  • I have little ones with food allergies so it is not only important but necessary to have food without gluten and peanuts!

  • Yum! This smoothie sounds amazing! 🙂 I also love that it’s lactose-free, my son has an allergy to lactose.

  • I have a four-year old great granddaughter who was diagnosed with celiac two years. I also have a grandson, much older, who was diagnosed with celiac about a year ago. It is important to me that, when they visit, I can offer them treats or a meal without running the risk of a flareup of their digestive tract. This is very important to me.

  • We are lucky in our family that there are no allergies but I am aware that it is important for others to have foods without gluten and peanuts

  • I don’t have any allergies but because of health issues I am to have a gluten free diet. So it is important to me to have tasty gluten free foods because I can be a picky eater.

  • It’s important to have access to lactose-free products as some of my family members have a sensitivity to lactose. When we have family gatherings, including lactose-free products would ensure everyone has something they can eat and enjoy without worrying about feeling sick afterwards.

  • its important to me to have gluten free products as my some has celiac and we watch closely what is brought into the house

  • It’s important to me to have restricted diet alternatives, because I have a sister who has a lot of allergies and it makes things tricky! 🙂

  • I don’t have any allergy problems but I like that PC has these products that can accommodate special diets. I actually saw this yogurt recently and was thinking of trying it.

  • Thankfully we do not have food issues, but we try to be really sensitive to our friends needs when they come to visit, and some do have allergies.

  • My niece has to have her lunch nut free because all schools require it. So finding different things for her lunch can sometimes be a chore.

  • Our family is going lactose free for a month as a test…. so I’d really like to get some of those products!

  • It’s important to me to have access to tasty gluten-free and lactose-free products because my daughter has been diagnosed with an intolerance to both of them. She has a huge list of foods that she’s allergic, or intolerant to, so we have to read food labels extremely carefully for her.

  • I just like to eat healthier as I know there are a few things that I eat that are no good for me (too much sugar etc) Balance? LOL I hope so anyways

  • Everyone in our family has lactose intolerance so it’s important to find lactose-free products like those PC lactose-free products.

  • Finding (or making) treats for the school events is a real problem for me and it’s getting more and more difficult with a huge list of allergies that kids in our school have…

  • because we like to eat healthier in all meals no matter if we have allergies or not! Just the right thing to do!

  • It is important to me to have as little of nuts products in our home as i cannot digest nuts properly and some prodcts that have nuts in them gives me a sore stomach

  • A few of my siblings are gluten free and that makes a big difference. I need to learn to make or buy more delicious food that they can eat.

  • My grandson’s school has a peanut free policy due to students allergies, so we have to ensure his lunches and snacks adhere to the policy.

  • There’s allergies in the work place so you’ve got to be ridiculously careful. This gives me the chance to not only eat right, but not harm someone while doing so.