26 Healthy Smoothie Recipes

You'll want to sip on these healthy smoothie recipes all day long. Since they're full of fruits and veggies that's totally OK!

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When you’re in need of a quick, on-the-go healthy breakfast, turn to these healthy smoothie recipes! By mixing and matching fresh or frozen fruits, veggies, yogurt, milk, natural sweeteners like honey or dates, juice and ice, these healthy smoothie recipes have as much flavor as they do nutrients.

Not to mention, these healthy smoothies are entirely customizable and do well with the addition of chia seeds, nut butter or flax seeds. Plus, they’re much better for you than storebought or chain coffee shop smoothies, which can be high in calories and packed with sugar-laden syrups or artificial flavors. So, start your morning off right with one of these healthy smoothie recipes.

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Spinach Smoothie

Get a jump-start on all the nutrients you need by starting out your day with this healthy smoothie recipe. Use nondairy milk and yogurt if you prefer. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Berry Breakfast Smoothies

Smooth out the morning rush with a boost of berries. This smoothie is tart, tangy and sweet, so there’s no need to add any extra sugar to this delightfully balanced beverage. —Elisabeth Larsen, Pleasant Grove, Utah
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Lime Coconut Smoothie Bowl

This Key lime and coconut smoothie bowl is the most refreshing thing on the planet! —Madeline Butler, Denver, Colorado
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Strawberry Smoothie

My mother gave me this healthy smoothie recipe, and it tastes fabulous. I fix it for breakfast or sometimes as a bedtime snack. —Linda Barker, Mohawk, Michigan
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Blueberry Pancake Smoothie

My family loves this pancake smoothie in the morning. I don’t normally measure the blueberries, so go crazy! If you have fresh blueberries, I would recommend freezing the banana ahead of time. —Kailey Thompson, Palm Bay, Florida
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Date Smoothie

Smoothies are a quick and easy way to start off your day. They also make healthy after-school snacks that older kids can make themselves or with some help from an adult. If you like your smoothies with more sweetness, add a drizzle of honey or maple syrup. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Ginger-Kale Smoothies

Since I started making this healthy smoothie recipe for breakfast every day, I honestly feel better! Substitute any fruit and juice you like to make this recipe your own healthy blend.—Linda Green, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii
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Avocado Smoothies

Healthy smoothie recipes are a great way to get extra vitamins and minerals. Add your favorite fruit or even leafy green veggies, depending on what you have on hand. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Pineapple Smoothies

I found this smoothie recipe over 30 years ago. I’ve tried several diabetes-friendly recipes, and this is one of the best. —Margery Bryan, Moses Lake, Washington
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Mean Green Smoothie
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Mean Green Smoothie Bowls

This delicious bright green smoothie bowl recipe contains powerful antioxidants. Top with cucumber slices and fresh parsley sprigs for a pretty presentation. —Laura Wilhelm, West Hollywood, California

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Banana Smoothie

This banana smoothie has to be one of my favorite recipes because it can be made in a flash, yet it's full of flavor. I think the honey adds just the right amount of sweetness. Everyone will love it...not just banana lovers! —Ro Ann Cox, Lenoir, North Carolina
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Kale Smoothie

I enjoy drinking a healthy smoothie for breakfast or as an after-school snack. The fruit and agave nectar give this healthy version a pleasant sweetness. —Kimberly Jackson, Marshfield, Missouri
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Tropical Smoothie Bowl

This wake-me-up smoothie bowl with fruit, oats and cinnamon helps me start the day feeling satisfied. Sometimes I top it off with granola and berries or cherries. —Jonelle Dansie, Murray, Utah
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Nectarine Smoothies

This healthy smoothie recipe tastes great on a warm summer day. Enjoy it on your patio or at a picnic! —Joni Rodriguez, Silverton, Oregon
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Peanutty Strawberry Banana Smoothies

I like that this strawberry banana smoothie recipe is fairly light, but the peanut butter gives it some protein to help keep me full. It's great for busy mornings when I need breakfast on the run. —Maria Hamre, Cincinnati, Ohio
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Power Berry Smoothie Bowl

While you can’t taste the spinach in this healthy smoothie recipe, you’ll get all its nutrients along with big berry flavor. —Christine Hair, Odessa, Florida
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Brain Food Smoothie

My grandson refuses fruits and vegetables almost completely. After he and our son moved home, I tried everything to improve his diet. This healthy smoothie recipe was one of the only ways I could sneak him something nutritious, and he loves it! —Sandra Roberts, Dexter, Missouri
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So-Healthy Smoothies

This tastes like a milk shake, but it doesn’t have the sugar or fat. My husband and I look forward to it in the morning. It’s so good for you, and it will keep you energized for hours. —Jessica Gerschitz, Jericho, New York
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Strawberry Lime Smoothies

Peak-of-freshness strawberries make this thinner, easy drink a summer staple. —Elizabeth Johnson, Greenville, South Carolina
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Creamy Berry Smoothies

Who can tell that this delicious smoothie is made with tofu? No one (especially your kids)! The blend of berries and pomegranate juice makes this welcoming drink a refreshing delight. —Sonya Labbe, West Hollywood, California
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Strawberry-Carrot Smoothies

My children resist veggies, but they love this healthy smoothie recipe. It packs in lots of good-for-you fruits and veggies—but to my kids, it’s just a super delicious breakfast. —Elisabeth Larsen, Pleasant Grove, Utah
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Peach Smoothie

Whip up this creamy peach smoothie as a refreshing and nutritious snack or a quick chilled breakfast. Because you can use frozen fruit, you don't have to wait until peaches are in season to enjoy this delicious smoothie. —Martha Polasek, Markham, Texas
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Mango-Peach Smoothies

This is my toddler son's favorite breakfast—he'll take one of these over pancakes any day! Get creative when mixing fruits and fruit-flavored yogurts; we love peach yogurt with mango, strawberry yogurt with blueberries or pina colada yogurt with mango and banana. —Dana Herra, DeKalb, Illinois
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Cucumber-Melon Smoothies

My honeydew and cucumber healthy smoothie recipe has only five ingredients. I sometimes add a small avocado to make it extra creamy.—Crystal Schlueter, Babbitt, Minnesota

Amanda Tarlton
As both a freelance lifestyle writer and editor for a national teen magazine, Amanda spends most of her time creating #content. In those (rare) moments when she's not at her desk typing furiously, she's likely teaching a hot yoga class, reading the latest chick-lit or baking a batch of her famous scones.