Popular Low Fat Smoothies Recipes

Power up with a healthy, low-fat smoothie for a breakfast or afternoon snack. Our smoothie recipes incorporate bananas and other low-fat ingredients that thicken naturally for delicious, rich yet healthy smoothies without the fat.

Green Monster Freezer Smoothies

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.

From Parents

Green Monster Freezer Smoothies

Tropical Getaway Smoothie

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

From Midwest Living

Tropical Getaway Smoothie

Super Berry Smoothies

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Super Berry Smoothies

Almond-Chocolate Banana Smoothies

Pop a few ripe bananas in the freezer so this nutty Banana Smoothie is never more than a minute away.

From Diabetic Living

Almond-Chocolate Banana Smoothies

Carrot-Mango Green Tea Smoothies

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.

From Diabetic Living

Carrot-Mango Green Tea Smoothies

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

PB and J Smoothies

Add silken tofu to this blueberry and peanut butter smoothie for a protein boost.

From Diabetic Living

PB and J Smoothies

Very Veggie Smoothies

Light mango juice and fruit masks the Swiss chard hiding in these low calorie green smoothies. The vegetables can be our little secret!

From Diabetic Living

Very Veggie Smoothies

Energizing Mocha-Almond Smoothies

Coffee or smoothie? No need to choose just one when you can blend up a batch of this brilliant beverage that includes cocoa, instant espresso, a banana and a couple hidden vegetables.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Energizing Mocha-Almond Smoothies

Creamy Green Smoothies

Lime sherbet adds a creamy, dessert-like consistency to this 105-calorie fruit and vegetable green smoothie.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Creamy Green Smoothies

Spring Green Smoothies

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!

From Better Homes and Gardens

Spring Green Smoothies

Cucumber-Mint Hydration Smoothies

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!

From Better Homes and Gardens

Cucumber-Mint Hydration Smoothies

Sweet Honey-Ginger Beet and Mango Smoothies

Beets and bell peppers in a smoothie? Sure! Just sweeten up your sip with some mango, honey and ginger. The protein from the tofu makes this a nutritious on-the-go breakfast or snack.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Sweet Honey-Ginger Beet and Mango Smoothies

Harvest Spice Smoothies

Creamy and sweet, this protein-rich smoothie gets its warm hue from pumpkin, apricots and cozy spices.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Harvest Spice Smoothies

Really Red Smoothies

This strawberry rhubarb smoothie gets an unexpected sweet and spicy assist from berry sorbet and red bell bepper pieces.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Really Red Smoothies

Sweet Beets and Greens Smoothies

The sweet berries and pomegranate juice mask the vegetables (beets and leafy greens) hiding in this superfood smoothie.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Sweet Beets and Greens Smoothies

Pink Power Smoothies

Blended with Greek yogurt, watermelon and strawberries, no one will guess that these pretty pink smoothies are hiding more than a cup of cauliflower!

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pink Power Smoothies

Green Smoothie

This low-calorie yet high-nutrition green smoothie would be the perfect snack to serve with a handful of nuts or a hard boiled egg.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Green Smoothie

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

Carrot 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.

From Midwest Living

Carrot Smoothie

Mix and Match Banana Berry Smoothie

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.

From Diabetic Living

Mix and Match Banana Berry Smoothie

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

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