How to Make Hailey Bieber’s Strawberry Glaze Smoothie 

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ll have seen a lot of internet chatter about Hailey Bieber’s new smoothie collab with food store chain Erewhon. Packed full of fruit, veggies and other ingredients to promote healthy skin, the new smoothie accompanies the release of Bieber’s new skincare line, Rhode

However, at $17 (almost £14.50), Bieber’s new smoothie could be dubbed prohibitively expensive. The smoothie does contain ingredients like collagen and hyaluronic acid, which is designed to promote healthy skin, and various other niche ingredients such as sea moss gel, but that shouldn’t mean that people are priced out of purchasing!

With that thought in mind, the female nutrition experts at Free Soul have created their own version of the smoothie, inspired by the viral TikTok trend, harnessing their nutrition expertise.

Hailey’s Smoothie 

The original recipe for Bieber’s smoothie has inspired TikTok’ers around the world to make their own versions on a budget, adding or removing items to achieve their version of the smoothie. The original recipe contains:

– MALK Almond Milk

– Strawberries

– Avocado 

– Dates 

– Maple Syrup 

– Coconut Cream 

The smoothie also includes some less-common ingredients designed to promote skincare, which include:

– Erewhon Sea Moss Gel 

– Hyaluronic Acid

– Vital Proteins Vanilla Collagen

Now, Hailey Bieber’s skin is phenomenal, but that doesn’t mean that drinking this smoothie is a be-all, end-all fix to achieve instantly glamourous skin. Plus, if you’re buying it regularly, your bank account will be looking less than glamorous! 

The Free Soul recipe contains more protein and costs less than the original, and your ingredients will stretch further! 


– Rude Health Ultimate Almond Milk – £0.38 / serving

– Free Soul Vegan Protein Blend – £1.25 / serving

– Strawberries (Small Punnet) – £0.50 / serving (est.)

– Frozen Strawberries – £2 / serving

– Avocado – £0.20 / serving

– Dates – £0.10 / serving (est.) 

– Maple Syrup – £0.30 / serving

– 120ml Coconut Cream – £0.68 / serving

– Sea Moss Gel – £0.18 / serving

– Vanilla Extract – £0.14 / serving 

Total cost per serving: £5.73


In order to create the strawberry puree on show in the original smoothie, pair maple syrup and strawberries in a bowl, and heat them up in the microwave, before pushing through a sieve for smoothness. You can then use a spoon to drizzle this mixture around the edges of your glass or container, and add 120ml coconut cream to the bottom of your cup. 

Meanwhile, hollow out your avocado and put ¼ into your blender. Add 240ml almond milk, 350g frozen strawberries, and a drizzle of maple syrup to taste. Add two dates, a scoop of Free Soul Vegan Protein Blend, and a teaspoon of Sea Moss Gel, and blend! Decant into your cup and voila! 

We’ve left out the hyaluronic acid and the vanilla collagen from the original recipe, but we’ve combatted this with a tsp of vanilla extract. You’ll still get plenty of nutrients from the fruit, veg, and Sea Moss Gel in our version. Plus, it’s not as if you’ll see instant results from taking hyaluronic acid or collagen – the best way to improve your skin is through consistent positive dieting and regular exercise! 

Lucy Murray, expert in plant-based women’s health at Free Soul, comments: ‘this smoothie tastes great, contains loads of healthy nutrients, and is cheap to make if you buy the ingredients yourself! The skincare elements might be harder to come by or more expensive, but natural, healthy produce feels good and does good for your skin!

Rachel Bartee

Rachel Bartee is a blogger and freelance writer dreaming of a tour round the world to write a story of her greatest life adventure. For the time being, she feels inspired by her daily yoga sessions and studies Interpersonal Relationships.