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!

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)

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)

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)

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe

This is a special holiday recipe because it is one of the few recipes we have that contains added sugar. Our pumpkin smoothie recipe should taste just like smooth iced pumpkin pie. If you can perfect this recipe you'll be able to surprise the whole family come Thanksgiving with an alternative to the normal boring pumpkin pie.

Rating: 
4.473685

Average: 4.5 (19 votes)

Tofu Lychee Smoothie

Tofu Lychee Smoothie Recipe

The delicate flavor of lychee fruit blends perfectly with the sweetness of pineapple juice, which adds flavor to the soft tofu. If you cannot find fresh lychee, the canned variety works in smoothie recipes too. Make sure to remove the skin and the stone from the lychees before blending. Lychees are a good source of copper, and pineapple is a good source of manganese. Copper and manganese are both components of the superoxide dismutase enzyme. The SOD enzyme fights free radicals in the body, keeping you young and healthy. So enjoy this delicate smoothie recipe and know that you have discovered the fountain of youth.

Rating: 
5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Orange Smoothie

Orange Smoothie Recipe

This recipe should taste like frozen oranges with a hint of vanilla and smooth banana. If you live somewhere warm like Arizona, Florida, or California this is a great way to help use up all those extra oranges from your backyard. Our orange smoothie recipe is a more healthful version of an orange julius without all the added sugar.

Rating: 
4.666665

Average: 4.7 (3 votes)