If I could have smoothies with every meal, I would. But, we all know how unhealthy some store-bought and commercialized smoothies can be. They’re loaded with artificial flavoring, sweeteners and are far from using natural ingredients.
There are places where you can buy really healthy smoothies but they can cost a bit of money and are not always accessible when you are craving for one, let’s say, in the middle of the night.
Good news? You can make really delicious one with these healthy smoothie recipes we’re going to share. They’re so healthy even the strict vegans would try.
Check them out.
Pineapple Blueberry Smoothie
Healthy smoothie recipes are easy to come by. The only difference is some are not that tasty. This recipe combines the tartness of the pineapple and the sweetness of the blueberries. It’s made even sweeter with bananas. Find the it here.
Mango Kale Pineapple Smoothie
Kale works great for detoxing but drinking it alone can be hard because of it’s natural bitter taste. Add some pineapples and mangoes to sweeten it naturally and include some chia seeds for fiber! See the recipe here.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl
This recipe calls for unsweetened coconut milk but you can actually replace the coconut milk with Greek style yogurt if you want a thicker texture. Strawberry and banana combination is always good so give this a try here!
Blueberry Banana Smoothie
Bananas are perfect for smoothies because of it’s non-watery texture, natural sweetness and flavor. It can be paired with almost every fruit for a smoothie. This recipe uses almond milk. Just imagine the different flavors you get in one drink! Try it here.
Caramel Apple Smoothie
Now, this one is an overnight smoothie so you might want to prep it the night before. And, don’t worry. It doesn’t actually have caramel. Apple and cinnamon is made better with the taste of almond milk! Grab the recipe here.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
Yes, you read right. Chocolate and peanut butter smoothie that’s healthy. This is actually more like a protein shake and the recipe calls for chocolate and peanut butter protein powder but it’s still healthier than eating a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup! Full recipe here!
So, that’s six healthy smoothie recipes you give a try this week. Then maybe you can try new ones the following week! It’s time to get your blender going and enjoy the healthy pleasures of a well-made smoothie!