Start your day with a delicious smoothie! Whether you enjoy berries, peaches, tropical fruit, or chocolate, there is a recipe for you in this collection of 50 different smoothies..
What do you like to eat for breakfast on a hurried morning? Some oatmeal, a piece of toast?
If you’re in a rush, one of the quickest things you can do is to blend of some fruit, juice, milk, or grains and make a smoothie.
To help you find just the right combination of ingredients, I’ve gathered over 50 recipes to share with you today. These recipes are made from the most delicious fruits, veggies, grains, plant milks, and other ingredients to help you start your morning off on the right foot.
One thing that I love about smoothies is that they are so easy to customize.
If the recipe suggests dairy yogurt, go ahead and use non-dairy yogurt if that’s what works for you. Not a fan of nut butter? Leave it out. Out of strawberries? Use raspberries instead. You can use these recipes as a starting point and create your own recipes that are just right for you!
I prefer to use coconut milk and coconut milk yogurt in my smoothies, but use whatever dairy substitutes that work for your dietary needs. In the winter, when many fruits are not in season, I rely on frozen organic varieties. Trader Joe’s, Costco, Whole Foods, and Kroger are great places to find frozen organic fruit.
If you make too much of any of these recipes, you can save it in the refrigerator for later that day. After a day, the quality will not be the best, so it’s a good idea to try to consume your smoothie as soon as you make it for the best flavor and texture.
Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie from Kristine’s Kitchen – If you aren’t crazy about spinach, this is a good way to get some into your diet! The blueberries hide the taste and the color of spinach.
Green Tea Banana Smoothie from Kleinworth and Co. – I love green tea, and this is a great way to incorporate it into your day.
Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie from The Roasted Root – If you’re wondering how to use ginger and turmeric in your smoothies, this recipe is for you. The vibrant color is just stunning!
Ginger Peach Kale Power Blend from Physical Kitcheness – Kale is a healthy addition to smoothies, and the peachy ginger flavor in this one is a good cover for this leafy green veggie.
Super Simple Strawberry Peach Smoothie from Gin Butters – This is a great way to use summer fruits like peaches and strawberries. Feel free to use any berry that’s available near you, though.
Apple Banana Chia Seed Smoothies from Joy Love Food – Chia seeds are a great way to add protein to your smoothies! This recipe is loaded with fiber and potassium.
Pumpkin Chai Smoothie from Emilie Eats – Pumpkin isn’t a traditional smoothie ingredient, but this recipe uses it perfectly. This is a great drink to make on a chilly fall morning.
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Protein Blend from Sunny Side Ups – Dark chocolate and fresh berries are the perfect combination.
Persimmon Smoothie from Uproot from Oregon – Persimmon isn’t an ingredient that you see all the time, but when they are in season, grab a few and make this easy smoothie for a great breakfast or snack.
Frosty Peach Pineapple Smoothie from The Pretty Bee – This easy dairy free recipe is a little taste of the tropics! Kids love the mild, sweet flavor of this simple drink.
Strawberry Smoothie from Joy in Every Season – Summertime means lots of fresh, homegrown strawberries! Save some to make this creamy, sweet recipe. Greek yogurt and banana make this nice and filling.
Blueberry Ginger Smoothie from Joy Love Food – The fresh ginger in this recipe gives it a little kick! Try this in the morning for a breakfast on the go.
Strawberry Mint Chip Smoothie from Love Me Feed Me – If you’re wondering how to use all that fresh mint in your garden, try adding some to strawberries and blending it up!
Pineapple Strawberry Smoothie from Gluten Free Palate – Another tropical treat to start your morning or use as a snack, this dairy free drink is sure to be a favorite.
Rainbow Chard Ginger Fruit Smoothie from Tasting Page – Get your greens in with this rainbow chard recipe! This easy drink packs a powerful nutritional punch!
Orange Avocado Green Smoothie from Curious Nut – Avocado makes any drink extra creamy without adding any dairy.
Creamy Grape and Vanilla Coconut Dairy Free Drink from Cotter Crunch – Grapes are a fun addition to a smoothie – they add lots of sweetness without using any added sugars.
Coconut Carrot Smoothie from A Cedar Spoon – Carrots add vibrant color and lots of vitamins to this creamy breakfast drink. This is a good recipe for picky eaters.
Blackberry Smoothie from Cake Whiz – Blackberries turn this smoothie a rich shade of purple. This is a beautiful recipe to try this summer.
The Best Three Ingredient Avocado Smoothie from The Omnivore’s Cookbook – Just three ingredients make this drink an easy one to make when you’re in a rush! Banana and avocado combine to make a creamy, frosty smoothie that’s sure to please.
Cranberry Apple Spinach Smoothie from Blender Happy – Leftover cranberries from the holidays? Use them up in this tasty recipe.
Pineapple Mint Smoothie from Living Sweet Moments – So refreshing for a hot day! This drink is pretty enough to serve at a party.
Healthy Pumpkin Pie Smoothie from Fox and Briar – Leftover canned pumpkin from Thanksgiving? Combined with other ingredients, it can make a filling snack or breakfast.
Apple Cinnamon Smoothie from Easy Baby Meals – This is like your favorite apple cinnamon oatmeal blended up into a convenient drink – perfect for when you’re on the go!
Easy Green Smoothie from The Pretty Bee – If you turn your nose up at green smoothies, I encourage you to try this one! It has a sweet flavor that kids and adults love. You can’t taste the spinach at all!
Strawberry Banana Coconut Smoothie from The Pretty Bee – This is another kid friendly drink – it’s sweet and delicious without being overpowering.
Beet Detox Smoothie from Ilona’s Passion – Beets add a lot of vibrant color to this drink. This is a good way to use beets if you’re normally not a beet fan.
Cranberry Raspberry Smoothie from The Foodie Affair – I always buy too many fresh cranberries in November – this is a good way to use the leftovers.
Pineapple Mint Smoothie from Natural Girl Modern World – An easy, refreshing recipe that doesn’t require too many ingredients. This is a nice way to cool off after a workout.
Oatmeal Smoothie from Well Plated by Erin – When you’re in a rush, it might be easier to get your oatmeal in if you can drink it! This creamy oat smoothie is a perfect way to have a satisfying breakfast on the go.
Very Cherry Smoothie from Go Dairy Free – Cherry season is all too short in my book – try this recipe when you have fresh cherries on hand.
Immunity Boosting Cranberry Orange Smoothie from Cotter Crunch – A good option for those who are dairy free or vegan, this recipe is full of fresh citrus flavor.
Coconut Banana Kale Smoothie from Ilona’s Passion – If you aren’t a fan of kale, you can leave it out or substitute spinach instead.
Ultimate Superfood Pregnancy Smoothie from Tastes Lovely – Flax meal, hemp hearts, and other super ingredients are great for boosting the nutrition of a smoothie.
Peach Green Smoothie from Goodie Godmother – Dates sweeten this recipe naturally, plus add some fiber and iron.
Ginger Pear Oatmeal Smoothie from A Dash of Megnut – This is a sweet treat with lots of flavor from pear, banana, and ginger. A dairy free recipe that everyone will love.
Sweet Potato and Orange Smoothie from A Communal Table – Sweet potato may not be what you think of as a traditional smoothie ingredient, but this root vegetable adds vitamins and fiber to this recipe.
Cinnamon Bun Smoothie from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken – A smoothie that tastes like cinnamon buns? Sounds like a winner to me!
Berry Beautiful Smoothie from The Pretty Bee – Get your fill of berries in this berrylicious drink! This dairy free and vegan recipe is colorful and so flavorful – kids and adults love it.
Cucumber and Ginger Drink from Living Sweet Moments – Cucumber is a great way to stay hydrated in the hot weather. Add some to a smoothie to make it extra refreshing.
Chocolate Mango Smoothie from Bree’s Vegan Life – Chocolate and mango go together in this recipe that’s easy to make when you’re in a rush.
Strawberry Rose Smoothie from Cake Whiz – Rose makes an interesting addition to a traditional berry drink.
Pina Colada Smoothie from Zag Left – Pina colada is the taste of summer! You can’t go wrong with coconut and pineapple.
Fresh Picked Peach Smoothie from Home and Plate – When peach season arrives, you’ll want to save some to make this extra delicious recipe.
Berry Green Smoothie from The Lean Green Bean – A well rounded recipe with berries, nut butter, and more, this is great for a light breakfast or lunch.
Funky Monkey Smoothie from Meat Loaf and Melodrama – If you love peanut butter and banana sandwiches, this is the drink for you!
Chocolate Blueberry Smoothie from The Almond Eater – Just a few simple ingredients are all that’s needed for this vegan drink that’s sweetened with a little maple syrup.
Mint Honeydew Smoothie from The Worktop – Honeydew is a nice light ingredient in this summery smoothie. This is a refreshing drink for the hot weather.
Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Smoothie from Forks ‘n Knives – This is an easy breakfast that will keep you full! Fiber from fresh fruit as well as oats combine to make a power packed drink.
Chocolate Avocado Smoothie from Sweet and Savoury Pursuits – Chocolate and avocado combine to make a super smooth and filling drink that’s great for a healthier dessert.