9 Irresistible Smoothie Recipes

Strawberries, bananas, avocados…and the list goes on–so many ways to blend up something delicious!

1) Groovy Green Smoothie

Groovy Green Smoothie

Photo by Christine Boutwell Mita

“Love this. I make this almost every morning for my picky son and he loves it.” — Sandra C

2) All-Around Good Smoothie

All-Around Good Smoothie

Photo by Rainbow Jewels

“Love the flexibility of this recipe. Tastes great and good for you? 5 stars!” — Eric

3) Avocado Smoothie

Avocado Smoothie

Photo by Nichele

“I’ll admit that while I LOVE avocodos I was highly skeptical of this smoothie. This is AWESOME!” — danakee

4) B and L’s Strawberry Smoothie

B and L's Strawberry Smoothie

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“I’ve never been much of a smoothie drinker or breakfast eater but I just might have to rethink that after having this.” — naples34102

5) Coconut and Banana Smoothie

Coconut and Banana Smoothie

Photo by lutzflcat

“I will make this again and again! I really enjoyed this recipe and makes for a great meal in the morning or when I crave something sweet.” — House of Aqua

6) Nectarine Blush

Nectarine Blush

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“We loved this! I used fresh peaches that I peeled first.” — Christina

7) Mango Lassi II

Mango Lassi II

Photo by SunnyByrd

“Surprisingly easy and just like at restaurants!” — Carolyn

8) Orange Glorious I

Orange Glorious

Photo by llgrotts

“Wonderful! My kids and I loved it!” — BECKIECROCKER

9) Breakfast In A Glass

Breakfast In A Glass

Photo by lutzflcat

“Great smoothie! I used fat free vanilla yogurt and because it was a little thick added a little extra skim milk. I also added a little strawberry jam in addition to the strawberries to sweeten it up a bit and increase the strawberry flavor.” — Jillian

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Smoothie Tips

  • When smoothie recipes call for ice cubes, try frozen fruit instead.
  • To freeze bananas, peel and cut into 1-inch pieces.
  • To freeze fresh berries, spread on a jellyroll pan, freeze, and store in resealable freezer bags.
  • Add yogurt, milk, flax seeds, silken tofu, wheat germ, or protein powder to the blender for an extra hit of nutrition.
  • If a smoothie recipe calls for sugar, try it first without. You might not need it, depending on how sweet the fruit is.

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