Erewhon's new 'Glow' smoothie is basically night cream in a drink—here's how to recreate it

Miranda Kerr is the latest celeb to blend up her very own skin-loving Erewhon Smoothie and here's how to make it at home!

The Erewhon KORA Glow smoothie on a pastel purple, blue and green abstract template
(Image credit: Erewhon)

Miranda Kerr's new Erewhon 'KORA Glow' smoothie is a blueberry-flavoured treat for your skin, thanks to it's blend of glow-boosting collagen and antioxidant-rich acai and naturally, we want to recreate it. 

The dreamy purple drink has launched in celebration of the model's new Kora Organic's Plant Stem Cell Retinol Alternative moisturizer (at Sephora) and features a blend of ingredients like; CopinaCo Vanilla Plant-Based Collagen, Califia Farms Organic Almondmilk and Sambazon Açaí Original Blend Superfruits pack to give your skin a glowy boost with every sip.

But as delish as it sounds (and looks), much like with Hailey Bieber's Erewhon smoothie it's sadly not accessible for those of us without a California zipcode as that's where the luxe market chain is located. So, here's how to blend it up at home...

What's in the Erewhon KORA Glow smoothie?

Alas as mentioned, many of us will have to forgo sampling the official 'Glow' drink—much like we did with Emma Chamberlain's coffee-based Erewhon smoothie—as the market is Cali-based, with ten store locations in and around Beverly Hills, Calabasas and so on. Plus, like all of the chain's eye-catching smoothie offerings, the drink will set you back $19—and as aesthetic as it is, with all its purple and blue swirls of skincare and antioxidant goodness, that may be slightlyyy spenny for some.

Thankfully though, the brand isn't gatekeeping and has shared exactly what goes into their new KORA Glow Erewhon smooth recipe, meaning you can factor the products into your weekly shop or buy them in bulk.

Miranda's Erewhon ingredients...

The smoothie also features banana, acai and blueberries (as per Erewhon's website), which you will be able to find at your local grocery or health food store. PSA, with all supplements and superfood powders, always read the instructions and recommended dosages before use.

How to recreate the Erewhon Glow smoothie

So, now we know what goes into this glow-boosting drink, how exactly do we make it? 

As per the video Miranda Kerr shared of mixing up her own KORA smoothie, you'll first want to add your coconut milk, yogurt and water, fruits, collagen, lucuma and maple syrup into your blender, whipping them all up until you achieve that purple blueberry hue. 

Then to replicate that marbled look, line your glass with some coconut cream and a dash of Blue Majik, before carefully pouring in your smoothie. We then see Miranda sprinkle some of the colorful supplements over top—because presentation is key when it comes to a true Erewhon smoothie!

If you're someone who prefers to work with exact measurements, the folks over at Califia Farms (whose almond milk Miranda Kerr uses in her drink) have provided suggestions for the amount of each ingredient that we should use and a few substitutes for the less accessible products...

  1. 4 oz. Califia Farms Organic Almondmilk 
  2. 4 oz. Coconut Water 
  3. 1 oz. Maple 
  4. 1 tbsp. Lucuma  (substitute: sweet potato puree)
  5. 1 Banana 
  6. 1 Pack of Acai 
  7. 1 tbsp. Collagen COPINA (substitute: general collagen)
  8. 4 oz. Blueberries 
  9. 1 oz. Coconut Cream 
  10. ¼ tsp. Blue Majik (substitute: hemp seeds)
  11. ¼ tsp. Pitaya Powder 
  12. 1 tbsp. CocoJune (substitute: non-dairy yogurt, preferably coconut)

And while we've now given you the tools to whip up your own, if you're still keen to sample the real Miranda Kerr Erewhon Smoothie, the brand has pledged that all net proceeds will go to Organic Farming Research, so you're doing good with every spend!

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team, where she covers everything from entertainment to fashion and beauty, as well as TikTok trends for Woman&Home, after previously writing for My Imperfect Life and GoodTo. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but lept into the media world in 2020, after always having a passion for writing and earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.