Low Fat Smoothies
Low-cal smoothies are a snap to make. From banana walnut to strawberry lime, these recipes for easy low-cal smoothies keep flavors high and calories low.
Jump-start the morning with this carrot-apple blended smoothie recipe. Low in calories and high in vitamin A, it also makes a good after-workout or midday snack.
This cool drink recipe goes together easily. Keep smoothies cold in prechilled insulated jugs or in tightly sealed plastic bottles placed in an ice-packed cooler.
This sweet take on the green smoothie trend makes it easy to enjoy vegetables. Just blend them into this frosty mix with melon, mint and honey!
Cruise through a case of the munchies by sipping this fruit smoothie recipe. It's extra slushy with frozen banana chunks.
Tucked in with a blend of three different kinds of frozen berries and a cup of pomegranate juice, you won't even be able to taste the spinach hiding in this sweet smoothie.
The sweet berries and pomegranate juice mask the vegetables (beets and leafy greens) hiding in this superfood smoothie.
Wake up your tastebuds at breakfast with this superfood smoothie. Blend in a scoop of protein powder for an on-the-go meal that will last until lunch.
Smoothies are a fast way to get loads of vitamins and minerals in the morning meal. Blend up a mix of your favorite fruits and top with a handful of granola for a sweet crunch.
It's quick as a wink and a pretty cool drink to enjoy after school!
At just 134 calories, this drink is a healthful on-the-go choice for dieters.
A healthy green smoothie is never more than a minute away when you have these premade fruit, vegetable and Greek yogurt ice cubes in your freezer.
This strawberry rhubarb smoothie gets an unexpected sweet and spicy assist from berry sorbet and red bell bepper pieces.
Shh...it'll be our little secret that this green smoothie sneaks in both asparagus and spinach. With the grapes, kiwis and juice in the mix, you won't taste the vegetables at all!
Opt for non-frozen Greek yogurt with a lower sugar content and blend up a batch of this peanut butter beverage as a breakfast smoothie.
Snacktime with a side of fruits and veggies! At just 55 calories per glass, this sweet orange-infused smoothie will satisfy your cravings for creamy.
Keep the ingredients for this colorful recipe on hand to make a healthy after-school snack.