Popular Smoothies Recipes

Smoothies have grown up from grab and go to bonafide breakfast or brunch beverages. Cool, beautiful smoothies are a superhealthy alternative to breakfast or brunch cocktails.

Coffee Smoothie

Get your coffee fix and the benefits of a balanced breakfast with this creamy smoothie. With instant espresso powder, banana, milk, and honey, it has just the jolt you need.

From Midwest Living

Coffee Smoothie

Tropical Getaway Smoothie

Let your tastebuds travel to the tropics with this mango, banana, and pineapple smoothie.

From Midwest Living

Tropical Getaway Smoothie

Sweet Spinach Smoothie

Get all the benefits of spinach and avocado first thing in the morning by blending together in this vibrant smoothie. Lime juice and pear add extra freshness.

From Midwest Living

Sweet Spinach Smoothie

Tropical Morning Smoothie

Mango and pineapple add sweet, tropical flavor, and flaxseed, Greek yogurt, and banana will keep you full until lunch.

From Midwest Living

Tropical Morning Smoothie

Cherry-Blueberry Banana Smoothies

Sneak in extra blueberry flavor to these creamy berry smoothies by using blueberry Greek yogurt. The protein-packed drink will help you stay energized all morning long.

From Midwest Living

Cherry-Blueberry Banana Smoothies

Avocado Smoothie

Avocado adds healthy and filling fats to a morning smoothie and lends creamy texture. Alongside banana, orange juice, ginger, and honey, it's a nutritious way to start the day.

From Midwest Living

Avocado Smoothie

Antioxidant Power Smoothies

Get your antioxidant fix from this smoothie that features blueberries, blackberries, and pomegranate juice. Substitute other berries in according to what you like.

From Midwest Living

Antioxidant Power Smoothies

Banana, Peach, and Flax Swirly Smoothies

Flax seeds add essential omega-3 fatty acids to this delectable peach and banana smoothie. No peach nectar? Simply use more milk in its place.

From Midwest Living

Banana, Peach, and Flax Swirly Smoothies

Protein-Packed Smoothies

Peanut butter adds extra thickness and protein to this smoothie, making it perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack.

From Midwest Living

Protein-Packed Smoothies

Melon-Ginger Smoothie

Spiked with ginger, this smoothie is guaranteed to perk you up after a long bike ride or make a nice starter to a summer meal on the deck. For a more aromatic variation, use a cantaloupe instead of a honeydew melon.

From EatingWell

Melon-Ginger Smoothie

Hawaiian Smoothie

For the best taste and color, use a red-fleshed Hawaiian papaya for this exotic, lip-puckering taste of island summer. Papayas are loaded with papain, a digestive enzyme, so this smoothie is a good dessert to settle stomachs after a substantial meal.

From EatingWell

Hawaiian Smoothie

Mango Lassi Smoothie

A lassi is an Indian smoothie made with yogurt, sometimes offered as an aperitif or as a "side" to calm down a fiery meal. Thanks to a ripe mango and orange-flower water, this version is sweet and fragrant. It's perfect for an afternoon refresher or an after-dinner treat.

From EatingWell

Mango Lassi Smoothie

Raspberry-Avocado Smoothie

A creamy avocado makes a surprise appearance in a sweet beverage.

From EatingWell

Raspberry-Avocado Smoothie

Sunrise Smoothies

Start the day off deliciously with this easy-to-fix melon and yogurt drink for breakfast.

From Diabetic Living

Sunrise Smoothies

Pomegranate Smoothies

This light, frothy drink gives you all the heart-healthy benefits of pomegranate juice accented with a touch of sweet honey.

From Heart-Healthy Living

Pomegranate Smoothies

Smoothie Pops

From Diabetic Living

Smoothie Pops

Carrot Smoothie

This type of drink tends to be pricey in the big city juice bars. Now you can make the recipe at home.

From Diabetic Living

Carrot Smoothie

Honeydew-Kiwifruit Smoothie

Blend fruit and ice together with just a little sugar for a cold drink that's also nutritious.

From Fitness

Honeydew-Kiwifruit Smoothie

Just Peachy Smoothies

For kids or anyone who deserves a fruit snack or dessert, these diabetic-friendly smoothies are versatile. When in season, substitute red or blue berries for the pitted fruits for taste and color changes sure to appeal to any age.

From Diabetic Living

Just Peachy Smoothies

Peanut Butter Smoothie

With 15 grams of protein per serving, this peanut butter shake can be a quick and healthful on-the-go breakfast or snack.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Peanut Butter Smoothie

Wake-Up Smoothies

This low calorie fruit drink is good for breakfast or a snack.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Wake-Up Smoothies

Strawberry-Mango Soy Milk Smoothie

Soy boosts the protein in this creamy-smooth beverage, which makes a great breakfast or light lunch.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Strawberry-Mango Soy Milk Smoothie

Banana-Strawberry Smoothies

It's quick as a wink and a pretty cool drink to enjoy after school!

From Better Homes and Gardens

Banana-Strawberry Smoothies

Strawberry-Papaya Shake

This shake combines fruits and dairy in a nutritious beverage. Whirl it together for breakfast, brunch or snack time.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Strawberry-Papaya Shake

Fruit Smoothies

Breakfast or snack, this yogurt-berry smoothie is quick, delicious, and a provides a healthy helping of vitamins and energy.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Fruit Smoothies

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