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Healthy Smoothie Recipes

There are so may healthy smoothie recipes to pick from I encourage you to try one a day for the next few weeks and see how you like them. You can start with the fruit smoothies to get used to making them and then move on to the green smoothies which are packed with more nutrients and health benefits. Then feel free to try the other smoothie recipes. I have created them all to be easy to make and to taste great!

Leafy greens are high in protein, so they make a perfect before or after workout snack, especially when blended with bananas and soy milk. Spinach is an easy and practically tasteless option, but feel free to add whatever you have on hand. Ingredients: 1 cup unsweetened soy milk 1 tablespoon natural almond butter 2 cups… Read More

Peaches and Tea

Green tea is known for boosting your metabolism, which will help you burn more calories and effectively lose more weight. It pairs well with the peaches and Romaine in this delicious smoothie as well. Ingredients: 1 cup brewed green tea, chilled 1 tablespoon rolled oats 1 cup chopped Romaine lettuce leaves 1 banana 1 cup… Read More

Frosty Peach

Peaches are a great addition to green smoothies. They’re super sweet, full of fiber and help mask the taste of dark greens well. You can use fresh apricots in this smoothie if you’d like for a twist. Ingredients: 1 cup filtered water 2 tablespoons rolled oats 1 cup chopped mustard or turnip greens 1 banana… Read More

mint mango smoothie

Minty Mango

Fresh mint leaves and sweet mango are a refreshing addition to watercress leaves. A cucumber adds another refreshing dimension for a smoothie that will knock your socks off! Ingredients: 1 cup filtered water 1 tablespoon ground flax seed 1/2 cucumber, peeled and chopped 1 cup watercress leaves 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint leaves 1 cup… Read More

Kids love frozen creamsicles because they are a sweet and creamy treat, but the truth is they are loaded with sugar and artificial flavorings. This smoothie tastes just like one but has real oranges, natural vanilla yogurt and creamy coconut milk. This makes a perfect snack on a hot summer day. Ingredients: 1 cup coconut… Read More

Cocoa powder and sweet cherries cover up the taste of the greens in this drink, and your kids will wonder why you are feeding them a dessert as a meal. With the leafy greens, high fiber fruit and cocoa powder, this smoothie is one of the most filling you’ll make. Ingredients: 1 cup almond milk… Read More

Blueberries are amongst one of the healthiest foods we can eat. Their dark color provides disease-fighting antioxidants that our body uses to fight cancer, diabetes and heart disease. When blended up in this sweet concoction, it’s easy to get your kids to not only eat plenty of them, but enjoy them as well! Ingredients: 1… Read More

Coffee Cooler

Coffee in a smoothie? Yes, please! This turbo charged smoothie is made with brewed black coffee, which is high in antioxidants. Add some vanilla and almond milk (not to mention some veggies!) and you’ve got yourself a perfect morning treat. Ingredients: 1/2 cup cold brewed coffee 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract… Read More

Raspberries are a great addition to your diet if you are trying to lose weight; they’re low in sugar and high in fiber to keep your stomach full. Grapefruit has always been a powerhouse ingredient for weight loss, which is perfect because it’s a perfect match for the berries here. Ingredients: 1 cup filtered water… Read More

With peanut butter, soy milk and Romaine lettuce, this smoothie is packed with high quality protein. Not to mention, it’s creamy and delicious. Make sure to use unsweetened soy milk for maximum health benefits. Ingredients: 1 cup unsweetened soy milk 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter 1 cup chopped Romaine lettuce leaves 1 banana 1 cup… Read More