Breakfast Smoothie Recipes: Our breakfast smoothies are a complete healthy breakfast in your glass and are fast and easy to make. They provide you with all the nutrition and energy you need to get an amazing start on the day!
Breakfast in a glass, this smoothie will satisfy your morning carbohydrate cravings and provide satisfying fiber to get you through a busy morning. Fiber, along with cinnamon, may help keep blood sugar balanced as you go about your business prior to lunch. For quick preparation, the next time you make oatmeal save ½ cup in the refrigerator to throw in your smoothie when rushing off to greet your day. If you are in the mood for something not-so-cold, try this smoothie with warm oatmeal and a fresh rather than frozen banana. Make sure to fit in the most important meal of the day by grabbing this quick and delicious breakfast smoothie.
This creamy non-dairy breakfast smoothie provides a healthy dose of vegetarian protein that will keep you full until your busy schedule allows you to take a lunch break. Packed full of potassium, calcium, healthy fats, and antioxidants, this smoothie is an awesome way to wake up. Take it with you in the car, and fill yourself with the vitality you need to get you through a hectic day at the office. Pea protein provides all the essential amino acids. If you are trying to build muscle we recommend complimenting the recipe with a whole grain, since some amino acids in pea protein are present in smaller amounts than are needed for sufficient muscle building.
This smoothie can be made with any type of protein powder. Some choices are pea protein, whey protein, soy protein, or powdered egg white. Any flavor works, but vanilla or plain is recommended. Also, any type of milk beverage may be used, such as cow’s milk, soy milk, rice beverage, almond milk, etc. You can also feel free to get creative with the additives. We used wheat grass and flax oil to add important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and omega 3 fatty acids. But chia seeds, spirulina, or nutritional yeast are also good nutrition hoices to add in.
The common allergens include soy, dairy, eggs, and nuts. This smoothie recipe is free of all of these common allergens and is appropriate for vegans and vegetarians. Of all of the non-dairy milks available, Rice Dream has a much smoother flavor and goes well with fruit in smoothies. It is also great on cereal or with graham crackers. So if you are looking for a good allergen free milk alternative, Rice Dream is the way to go. Pea protein is a nutritious protein powder with a nice mild flavor that also compliments the fruit in the smoothies. Try the pea protein and Rice Dream with various fresh fruits.
The mango is called a stone fruit due to its hard, stone-like center. If you decide to use fresh mango for this smoothie recipe, make sure to peel it and cut the soft flesh away from the stony center and add a few ice cubes to make it cold. This is probably one of the most simple smoothie recipes to prepare and also one of the most refreshing! Orange fruits contain carotenoids, precursors to vitamin A, which provides retinal to help you see, and retinol to aid in reproductive system health in both men and women. So make sure to eat orange fruits at least once per week.
Here is a great use for leftover oatmeal. Throw it in a quick smoothie that you can take with you on your commute to work or school. The whole grain oats and high protein content will make you feel satisfied until even a late afternoon lunch. Keep your gastrointestinal tract healthy with probiotics while stocking up your bones with calcium from milk. Egg protein is the most perfect protein providing all the essential amino acids needed to keep muscles strong. This smoothie recipe tastes great and provides all the components of a balanced breakfast.
Get ready for an antioxidant power shot! Nutritionists recommend eating blue fruits and vegetables since the blue color indicates that anthocyanins are present. Anthocyanins are the blue pigment with antioxidant power to prevent cancer in the cells. Our blue nana smoothie recipe is great first thing in the morning to get your metabolism started up. With almost seven grams of protein per serving and a good dose of medium chain triglycerides from the coconut milk, this smoothie provides plenty of quick energy for your muscles and brain. So start your day off right with a quick and delicious blue-nana smoothie!
This smoothie recipe is a great breakfast or dessert. Packed with 19 grams of protein, you will not be hungry for hours after drinking it! Egg protein is the most perfect protein, providing all of the essential amino acids your body needs to build and maintain muscle. Most of the protein in this smoothie is provided by powdered egg protein, but milk and yogurt are also excellent sources of protein as well as calcium. Keep blood pressure under control with your daily dose of potassium - from banana and milk. Keep your body cells healthy and energized with the antioxidant power of cocoa powder and mixed berries.
Based on our nutrition matrix this is our famous Most Healthy Smoothie recipe, and contains every basic vitamin and nutrient within any normal multi-vitamin as well as fiber and most newly researched beneficial phytochemicals such as antioxidants, carotenoids, flavonoids and Resveratrol.
This recipe should taste like a Starbucks Coffee Frappucino with a hint of frozen bananas. The type of coffee you use shouldn't matter, feel free to experiment with your own flavors and brands. Our coffee smoothie recipe is one of the only recipes we have that has a significant amount of caffeine, so you'll get the benefits of increased mental focus without all the guilt of spending 5 dollars at Starbucks!