Like all shakes, the Jetty Punch Tropical shake is very adaptable.
So you can play with the ingredients and adjust the recipe to your preferences.
As long as you stick to the main ingredients to maintain the drink’s original freshness and creaminess, you’ll be fine.
Here are our top suggestions on what to change in your Jetty Punch shake, to make it healthier and even more unique.
Plant-based milk is the best when it comes to smoothies, and the Jetty Punch is no exception.
Oat milk is a great alternative to cashew milk: it is rich in protein and fiber and more caloric.
In addition, it offers you a subtle flavor and a similar creaminess.
If you run out of both, use any other non-dairy milk, but avoid cocoa and hazelnut.
They have over-the-top undertones that throw off the flavor balance of your tropical smoothie.
If you don’t like non-dairy milk or don’t have any on hand, use regular whole milk.
However, in this case, don’t go overboard with the yogurt, as we don’t want the shake to be too creamy.
Honey is one of the most common ingredients around the world, so you can easily substitute agave syrup for this natural sweetener.
The substitution ratio here is 1:1: since our recipe calls for 2 tablespoons of agave syrup, use 2 tablespoons of honey instead.
But keep in mind that honey is thicker than agave.
Note: if you add honey, the Jetty Punch Tropical Smoothie will no longer be vegan.
If you want to stick with a vegan drink, you can try adding maple syrup instead of the agave.
Since Greek yogurt or any other dairy-based yogurt is completely prohibited in the vegan Jetty Punch shake, consider using chia seeds as an alternative.
They’re a great thickener, packed with omega-3s, giving your shake a smooth, nutty flavor.
You just have to mix 1 tablespoon of chia seeds and 8 tablespoons of water for about 15 minutes until gelatinous.