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!

Peanut Butter Smoothie

Peanut Butter Smoothie Recipe

This recipe should taste like a peanut butter milk shake with a smooth hint of bananas. You can swap out the vanilla protein powder for chocolate to give it more of a chocolaty flavor. Our peanut butter smoothie recipe is a perfect alternative to something like Reese's peanut butter cups without all the saturated fat and guilt.

Rating: 
4.30769

Average: 4.3 (13 votes)

Superman Fruit Smoothie

Superman Fruit Smoothie Recipe

This smoothie recipe proves that you can throw almost any type of fruit together in a smoothie for a sweet and yummy treat. Just make sure to use some frozen fruit or add ice cubes to make it cold. Kids love this smoothie because it is sweet and named after a super hero. Coming up with kid-friendly names for foods or creative ways to present them can make all the difference in whether kids will try them or not. So if you want to call this one “Barbie’s Tropical Smoothie” to appeal to your little princess, go for it!

Rating: 
4.066665

Average: 4.1 (15 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)

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)

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)

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)