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!

Tasty Dessert Smoothie

Tasty Dessert Smoothie Recipe

This is a delicious dessert smoothie that is one of our only recipes that has added sugar. This tasty dessert smoothie recipe can be made with many variations depending upon different flavors of ice cream that are used.

Rating: 
4.333335

Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

Blueberry Smoothie

Blueberry Smoothie Recipe

This smoothie is strictly for the blueberry lover. Because blueberries can be expensive even when purchased frozen we recommend adding other fruit with a neutral flavor such as an apple and banana. Our blueberry smoothie recipe is a unique alternative to the other common flavors and a healthful antioxidant powerhouse. Just don't come running back to us when the Oompa Loompas have to press you after you start turning blue.

Rating: 
4.72

Average: 4.7 (25 votes)

Macadamia Cocoa Smoothie

Macadamia Cocoa Smoothie Recipe

This is a truly rich dessert smoothie recipe so save it for a treat or party. The extra calories come from the macadamia nuts, ice cream, and cocoa powder. The flavor is very mild and can be enhanced by adding coconut essence. To reduce the calories in the recipe try using fat free or low fat frozen yogurt in place of the ice cream. Also, almonds may be used in place of macadamia nuts for a more pronounced nut flavor. Nuts contain protein and healthy fats, and studies have shown that people who include nuts in their diet usually weigh less than those who do not.

Rating: 
4.5

Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Low Carb Fruit Smoothie

Low Carb Fruit Smoothie Recipe

At only fifteen grams net carbohydrates per serving, this smoothie satisfies your sweet cravings while providing blood sugar balancing soy protein to satisfy your hunger. Use this smoothie as part of your weight loss plan or simply as a satisfying, guilt-free dessert. For a milder flavor, use less cantaloupe and more watermelon. Melon and berries are low carbohydrate fruits. Spinach is a super green vegetable that has a place in any smoothie recipe you can throw it into. Very few people eat enough green vegetables, so fit them into almost any fruit smoothie, and although the color may not always be the most appealing, the taste is amazing.

Rating: 
4.52778

Average: 4.5 (36 votes)

Asparagus Seaweed Smoothie

Asparagus Seaweed Smoothie Recipe

Whether or not you are a sushi lover, you will love this green smoothie recipe containing seaweed. Seaweed is a source of iodine, an essential nutrient that many people may not be getting enough of, especially if you don't drink cow’s milk and generally avoid salt. Iodized salt is a good source of iodine, and sea salt may contain it as well, but not in a significant amount. Seaweed contains varying amounts of iodine, but generally contains more than any other commonly consumed foods. Asparagus has a slew of health benefits. For a spicy twist on this smoothie recipe, use pickled asparagus out of the jar in place of fresh, but rinse it first to reduce the amount of sodium.

Rating: 
3.7

Average: 3.7 (10 votes)

Salad in a Glass Smoothie

Salad in a Glass Smoothie Recipe

Tired of eating salads? Try drinking one instead with the Salad in a Glass Smoothie recipe. It is easy to get your daily greens by drinking a tasty smoothie. We all know that spinach is a super green vegetable, which can be eaten in lieu of a multivitamin, but romaine lettuce is packed with nutrients as well and has a much milder flavor when used in smoothie recipes. It is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate, and contains almost every other vitamin and mineral known to man (and most likely some that have not yet been identified). Surprisingly, romaine even contains omega-3 fatty acids and protein.

Rating: 
4.24719

Average: 4.2 (89 votes)