Smoothie Recipes


** All of our amazing smoothie recipes have been co-created by both a smoothie expert and a registered dietitian and nutritionist. They are professionally photographed and include full nutrition information. We hope you'll love them as much as we do!

Berry Pomegranate Sherbet Smoothie

Berry Pomegranate Sherbet Smoothie Recipe

100% pomegranate juice can sometimes be a little strong to drink on its own, but in this smoothie recipe it is combined with fruit and sherbet, and all you taste is the sweet goodness of antioxidant power. Pomegranates are known as super fruits because of the antioxidant content and studies have shown that they help blood flow and may help prevent and/or treat heart disease. When you add raspberries and blueberries (also high in antioxidants) to the mix, you have a cancer prevention cocktail. Enjoy this sweet smoothie recipe and allow yourself to reap the rewards of good health.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Allergen Free Smoothie

Allergen Free Smoothie Recipe

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.

Rating: 
4

Average: 4 (2 votes)

Eggnog Holiday Smoothie

Eggnog Holiday Smoothie Recipe

’Tis the season! Tie one on with this versatile, healthy rendition of traditional eggnog. The tartness of the plain yogurt complements the eggnog perfectly giving the smoothie a mild eggnog flavor while providing probiotics to keep your GI tract healthy. This smoothie recipe has about 250 calories without alcohol and about 350 with alcohol, so if you are watching calories, use this as a dessert or treat. Do not forget the nutmeg as a garnish on top. In the herbalist community, nutmeg is known for many medicinal properties, including enhanced brain function and as a cure for hiccups and digestive complaints.

Rating: 
4.416665

Average: 4.4 (12 votes)

Apple Pomegranate Smoothie

Apple Pomegranate Smoothie Recipe

This amazingly flavorful smoothie recipe can been used as an antacid due to the tendency of buttermilk to neutralize stomach acids through its alkalizing effect on the body. Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants as well as dietary fiber. So fight free radicals and give your digestive system a makeover while enjoying this heavenly combination of flavors. You will be amazed at the effect buttermilk has on the flavors of the fruit. You feel like you are drinking a rich, creamy dessert without adding any refined sugars. The pomegranate seeds grind right up in the blender providing almost 5 grams of dietary fiber per serving.

Rating: 
4

Average: 4 (4 votes)

Peach Mango Frozen Smoothie

Peach Mango Frozen Smoothie Recipe

Who needs ice cream when you can have a healthy and delicious frozen smoothie treat? Try this summer fun recipe and cool off while you satisfy your sweet tooth. It's easy to make a great tasting smoothie recipe by simply combining fresh and frozen fruits with fruit juices. Pineapple juice is especially sweet, and makes any smoothie taste like a sinful dessert. Frozen fruit keeps it cool, while fresh mango provides a succulent tropical twist. Get more than your recommended daily dose of antioxidants, fiber, potassium and vitamin A with our beautifully flavorful peach mango smoothie.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (2 votes)

Lemon Lime Melon Smoothie

Lemon Lime Melon Smoothie Recipe

Make your own healthy lemon-lime soda smoothie! Lemon and lime juice are acidic when they go in but actually have an alkalizing effect on the body’s pH after digestion. Melons are full of juice with the right balance of electrolytes and nutrients to hydrate your cells perfectly. Watermelon is also one of the few fruits containing lycopene, a super antioxidant. This smoothie is refreshing in the summer or just after a strenuous workout and is high in vitamins A and C. At only 77 calories per serving, this smoothie recipe is the ideal replacement for lemon-lime soda, which, in a 12 oz serving, provides no nutritional value but contains 100 calories.

Rating: 
4.5

Average: 4.5 (4 votes)

Cranberry Smoothie

Cranberry Smoothie Recipe

What says festive like a cranberry smoothie? We used fresh cranberries in this recipe, but you could also try it with the canned variety. Fresh cranberries are lower in calories and have more of the antioxidant power retained, but they may not be easily found all year round. The wheat germ adds a strong satisfying wheat flavor. If this is not your thing, optionally you can leave out the wheat germ. You can also try it with another additive such as chia seeds or flax oil, which will not add a lot of extra flavor. The stevia sweetens up the tart berries for a tasty holiday treat that will impress!

Rating: 
4.2

Average: 4.2 (5 votes)

Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Smoothie

Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

What do you get when you combine Ben and Jerry’s Peanut Butter Cup ice cream with raspberries, bananas and almond milk? An awesome malt-like smoothie dessert!! We added malt flavoring to really enhance the sweet richness of all of these combined flavors. A great way to incorporate fruit into your family’s dessert, this smoothie will satisfy your sweet craving while providing two and a half fruit servings. Most national nutrition recommendations call for at least two to three servings of fruit daily for an average adult, and basically as many vegetables as you can eat (5-8 servings daily). So eat plenty of vegetables with each meal and have this smoothie for dessert to meet your nutrition goals.

Rating: 
4.5

Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Pineapple Smoothie

Pineapple Smoothie Recipe

This recipe should taste like a tropical blend of pineapple and banana. One drink of this smoothie and you'll feel like you've been whisked away to a remote desert island sitting on the beach! Our pineapple smoothie recipe is a great source of vitamin C and sometimes naughty folk have been known to add a shot of rum. Don't forget the umbrella!

Rating: 
4.375

Average: 4.4 (8 votes)

Red Hot Cinnamon Eggnog Smoothie

Red Hot Cinnamon Eggnog Smoothie Recipe

Just wait until you experience the smooth delicious flavor of this holiday-inspired smoothie! You will make it a tradition every year from now on! We used prepared eggnog that we purchased at the supermarket, but homemade would be even better. Be careful with raw egg yolks, since they may be contaminated with salmonella bacteria. Try to use either pasteurized liquid, whole eggs, or a recipe where the eggs are cooked to kill the bacteria. If you purchase eggnog, make sure it has been pasteurized. After all of these safety precautions are taken, enjoy your scrumptious holiday concoction with your loved ones.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Green Jello Carrot Smoothie

Green Jello Carrot Smoothie Recipe

Before you scoff at the strangeness of this recipe, look at the beautiful presentation, and know that this is one of our most delicious smoothies! Just the right amount of sweet and cold to provide a refreshing summer treat. The protein in the jello provides satiety, while the sweet lime flavor and the grapes compliment the smooth carrot flavor. The carrots and the grapes provide fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C and a host of antioxidants. This smoothie serves well as a low calorie sweet treat to help you reach your weight loss goals or as a tasty summer barbeque appetizer.

Rating: 
4.38095

Average: 4.4 (21 votes)

Dracula Blood Orange Smoothie

Dracula Blood Orange Smoothie Recipe

Yummy!! This creepy smoothie bubbles right out of the glass while making the kiddies smile. Blood oranges are native to Italy and are not always easy to find in other countries. If you are searching for some and do not see them in the produce section, check the juice aisle. It is worth the hunt to make a Halloween celebration extra spooky. Blood oranges contain one of the super antioxidant compounds, namely anthocyanins, normally found only in berries and a few vegetables. The dark red, blood-colored pigment forms when oranges are grown in a cooler temperature. The magic of nature provides what our bodies need in almost any climate.

Rating: 
4.166665

Average: 4.2 (6 votes)

Mango Smoothie

Mango Smoothie Recipe

Our mango smoothie recipe should taste like frozen mango with a smooth hint of bananas. We don't recommend adding any mango juice to this because of all the added sugar, instead keep adding more mango slices if you prefer the smoothie to be sweeter. Our mango smoothie recipe is a great way to add beta carotene to your diet if you don't like carrots.

Rating: 
4.75

Average: 4.8 (4 votes)

Holiday Pumpkin Smoothie

Holiday Pumpkin Smoothie Recipe

Pumpkin is naturally high in carotenoids, substances that fight and/or prevent cancer and keep your vision sharp. Some studies show that canned pumpkin may be healthier than fresh pumpkin because the nutrients are concentrated and in a form that is easier to absorb by the human body. So, fresh or canned, enjoy a holiday pumpkin smoothie today! Pumpkin is also extremely high in potassium, which is important for blood pressure control. Sprinkle on some cinnamon to promote balanced blood glucose. Who says holiday foods have to be full of sugar and fat? Enjoy this low carb, low calorie treat, and forget about holiday weight gain.

Rating: 
4.5

Average: 4.5 (4 votes)

Kids' Pink Swirl Smoothie

Kids Pink Swirl Smoothie Recipe

Kids love this simple smoothie recipe created by an eight-year-old. Kids need at least 800 mg of calcium daily, which equates to about three 8 oz servings of milk or yogurt. Children like to help in the kitchen, and smoothies are an easy and healthy food to prepare. Recruit your kids to mix up this treat, and stock up their bones with calcium. Bananas provide potassium and vitamin C, while berries are excellent sources of antioxidants. Kids today eat too much refined sugar and fat in processed foods. Smoothies are an easy way to include more fresh fruits and vegetables in your kids’ diets.

Rating: 
4.6

Average: 4.6 (5 votes)

Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie

Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie Recipe

Who needs high calorie bread to get the flavor and fiber of a scrumptious peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Try this smoothie recipe for a twist on an old stand-by. The peanut butter and grapes taste like peanut butter and grape jelly while the wheat germ adds a nutty, almost whole grain bread flavor. Vanilla yogurt gives you extra protein and calcium for a healthy alternative to a sandwich. This smoothie recipe provides about 40 less calories and 20% more calcium, 30% more vitamin C, and 5% more iron than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat bread.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (2 votes)

Banana Cream Pie Smoothie

Banana Cream Pie Smoothie

A delicious combination of bananas, whipped cream, and your favorite berries or grapes (we chose green grapes). Our banana cream pie recipe is a fun dessert style alternative recipe that tastes like a banana cream pie in your blender!

Rating: 
4.785715

Average: 4.8 (14 votes)

Vanilla Soy Smoothie

Vanilla Soy Smoothie Recipe

Silken tofu makes a great base for smoothie recipes due to its ability to soften and absorb the flavor of fruits and other ingredients. This is a simple smoothie recipe that makes a great dessert while providing the amazing benefits of soy protein. Soy is one of the few plant sources of “complete protein,” meaning that it contains all the essential amino acids needed to repair and build muscle and tissues. Soy has also been shown to be helpful in preventing heart disease, especially when used to replace meat in the diet. It is easy to add soy to smoothies by using soft tofu, which adds very little flavor, a little texture, and a lot of healthy protein.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Ginger Zinger Smoothie

Ginger Zinger Smoothie Recipe

The green apple contributes tartness while the ginger provides a zing to the tongue! Carrots and ginger were made for each other, so you can’t lose with this smoothie. Carrots are full of vitamin A to support night vision. Apples are an excellent source of soluble fiber to reduce cholesterol and vitamin C to keep various body cells functioning. Ginger has been used for centuries to sooth an upset stomach, and has been shown in some studies to reduce the symptoms of motion sickness. At only 162 calories per serving, this smoothie satisfies sweet cravings as part of a weight loss plan.

Rating: 
4

Average: 4 (15 votes)

V-10 Smoothie

V-10 Smoothie Recipe

You have heard of the V-8, now try the V-10 for even more of a nutritional power shot! When combined, all of these vegetables provide most of the needed macronutrients (carbohydrates and protein) and virtually all of the micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) needed for the day. The only nutrient lacking here is fat, which probably is not lacking in the remainder of your diet for the day. However, to add this final nutrient to the mix to make a complete meal, 1 tablespoon of flax seed oil could be added as a source of healthy fats that would aid in satiety and promote a healthy immune system.

Rating: 
4.555555

Average: 4.6 (9 votes)