Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home 


Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

There is nothing novel about slipping leafy green into meals. Actually, it’s a really great method to increase the nutritional value of your diet – cheesy kale chips, anyone? A grassy knoll may occasionally taste like your mouth after ingesting green when you add them to smoothies.

Thankfully, since gaining popularity as a healthy beverage, green smoothie recipes have advanced greatly. Making your own smoothies is so much better and more affordable even though you can purchase a slurp-worthy spinach smoothie.

One of these green smoothie recipes might be a good place to start. They’ll have you sneaking superfoods into every meal and loving how it tastes and makes you feel. They’re wholesome, flavorful, and range from easy to oh-so-adventurous.

Banana mango green smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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If you often eat cereal and muesli for breakfast, consider making a smoothie bowl as a way to introduce green smoothies to your diet. It’s difficult to match the nutritional value and deliciousness of this wonder bowl, which includes kale, mango, microgreens or alfalfa sprouts, hemp seeds and almond milk.

For an additional antioxidant dose, we also enjoy topping with fresh raspberries.

  • 1 banana
  • chopped mango, half a cup
  • three handfuls of baby kale or spinach
  • 2 teaspoons hemp seeds
  • (Or any favorite milk) 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • one-eighth teaspoon of pink salt (or sea salt)
  • tiny amount of ice

Strawberry pomegranate smoothie

Double trouble in this smoothie is more like double the enjoyment. With starring ingredients like coconut water, strawberries, spinach, and pomegranate, the two layers come together to produce an antioxidant-rich, protein-packed meal.

Since the strawberries are already sweet enough, we choose to substitute Greek yoghurt (or avocado for non-dairy consumers) for the banana used by the blogger to add thickness.

Orange spinach banana smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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Who doesn’t enjoy the perfect balance of sweet and sour flavors? These superfoods also taste fantastic in smoothies. Sweet orange and banana combined with the zest of lemon is a favorite addition to many a fruit bowl.

One of the more nutritious and satisfying creations to start your day with may be made by adding a cup of raw spinach.

  • one cup of new spinach
  • Coconut water, 3/4 cup
  • Peeled half of a lemon
  • half a banana
  • Peeled orange, one
  • 1 portion (Optional) Protein Smoothie Boost

Snickerdoodle green smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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We too initially believed that the snickerdoodle flavor was exclusively appropriate for cookies. How foolish of us. This smoothie is a delicious way to keep the flavors of the holidays while resuming good practices. It is made with avocado, cinnamon, spinach, banana, and almond milk.

For added sweetness that will be much appreciated, use unsweetened vanilla almond milk.

  • 1 handful of spinach, please
  • Banana, one, frozen
  • 50% of a tiny avocado
  • unsweetened almond milk in 1/4 cup
  • One-half teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/8 tsp. of cinnamon

Protein smoothie

This meal will definitely help you kick butt, as the name implies. This smoothie will keep you energized and satisfied for hours, whether you’re getting through a long day, a strenuous workout, or even a day off.

Despite the overwhelming ingredient list, it is definitely worth stocking up and freezing extras to enjoy later. You are welcome to omit the algal oil, but we believe it adds a wonderful touch for those who enjoy the distinctive flavor as well as a significant increase in the brain-boosting omega-3 DHA.

Mango-coconut smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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This recipe is a great choice for a post-workout snack or for hectic mornings since it simply calls for five ingredients and a few ice cubes.

It’s made with fresh spinach or kale leaves, frozen mango chunks, bananas, coconut milk, and a little orange juice, and it’s filling and refreshing. Additionally, all you need to do to make it drinkable is blend.

  • One cup of freshly cleaned spinach leaves (or spinach in a bag)
  • 1 cup mango cubes—fresh or frozen
  • half a medium banana
  • 3/4 cup light canned coconut milk (almond milk may be used in place of this).
  • Orange juice, half a cup
  • Ice cubes, half a cup

Low carb protein smoothie

When we hear the word “leprechaun,” the first thing that springs to mind is the nostalgic, sugar-loaded cereal Lucky Charms, which is a childhood favorite. The phrase, however, here alludes to how nutritious and green this smoothie is.

The blogger makes a unique green dinner using interesting ingredients like protein powder, avocado, pistachios, and fresh mint. Use half the required amounts of protein powder and avocado if it is already too heavy.

  • 100 grams/3.5 ounces About half an ordinary avocado.
  • heavy whipping cream or 1/4 cup coconut milk
  • 14 cups of fresh spinach
  • mint leaves or essence, if desired
  • 1/4 cup of plant-based NuZest (25 grams/0.9 ounces), vanilla or plain whey protein, egg white protein (Jay Robb), collagen powder, or
  • 20 grams/0.7 ounces of unsalted pistachio nuts in 2 teaspoons
  • half a vanilla bean’s worth of seeds or one teaspoon of sugar-free vanilla extract
  • three to six drops of liquid stevia extract or any low-carb healthy sweetener from this list
  • ice cubes, if desired, and half water

Tropical green smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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When this writer said, “If you close your eyes, it tastes like a lovely, tropical, sunny beach vacation,” she was absolutely correct. Despite the fact that the recipe isn’t quite magical enough to whisk you away to the tropics, it will make you feel alert and alive, just like a genuine vacation.

We also adore the variety of ways you can alter the flavor, so experiment with different fruits and varieties of milk.

  • Contains 2 cups of frozen spinach
  • Frozen pineapple, 1 cup
  • Frozen mango, 1 cup
  • one medium banana
  • one cup of strawberries
  • milk, 1 cup
  • one teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • choice of sweetener, as desired

Blueberry and peanut smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipes You Must Try at Home

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Perhaps we should have kept the greatest for last. This incredibly tasty smoothie is packed with greens and was created using the flavors of one of our favorite sandwiches. You won’t even notice the absence of bread in this smoothie.

Although the name of the drink include the word “peanut butter,” any nut butter will work well in its place.

  • 1 ripe banana.
  • a half cup of fresh spinach
  • Blueberries, 1 cup, frozen
  • Plain, vanilla, or blueberry yogurt, 1/4 cup
  • the milk splash
  • 5 tsp. creamy peanut butter
  • one-third cup of chia seeds


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