Healthy Smoothie Recipes

Start your day with an easy-to-make, healthy smoothie from Food Network.

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Peachy-Keen Smoothies

Food Network Magazine's frosty peach drink is made extra rich and creamy by the addition of an unexpected ingredient: cottage cheese.

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Orange Banana Smoothie

You have no excuse for skipping breakfast when it's ready this quickly — Ina's ready-in-five-minutes smoothie is made with just four refreshing ingredients.

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Buff Smoothie

Alton relies on frozen fruit to make a super-fast, superfood-packed smoothie.

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Mango, Strawberry and Pineapple Smoothie

This tropics-inspired smoothie will make you feel like you're on vacation (in your own home).

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Peach Pie Smoothie

For peach pie lovers: a drinkable, easy-to-make, healthy version of a dessert favorite.

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Blueberry Blast Smoothie

Berry lovers will love the blast of sweet blue fruit in Ellie Krieger's quick and easy yogurt-based smoothie.

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Honeydew Smoothie

Mild green melon mixed with yogurt and apple juice makes for a refreshing, satisfying smoothie.

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Papaya-Banana Smoothie

Bobby uses tropical fruit and Greek yogurt in his go-to breakfast smoothie — choose low-fat milk and fat-free Greek yogurt to keep the calories in check.

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Mixed Berries and Banana Smoothie

Honey, ripe banana and low-fat vanilla yogurt create sweet flavor and thickness in this low-fat breakfast smoothie. Using frozen mixed berries will seriously cut back the amount of time spent on your morning routine.

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Raspberry-Vanilla Smoothie

Giada's sweet, antioxidant-rich smoothie has the perfect not-too-thick, not-too-thin consistency. The smooth, icy texture almost makes you think you're drinking a milk shake.

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Coconut Smoothies

Coconut, in three of its most nutrient-rich forms (water, sorbet and unsweetened milk), brings a tropical edge to these frothy smoothies without the guilt-inducing calories of your standard poolside beverage. Start the prep work the night before by freezing coconut water in your ice cube tray. That way, breakfast will be a cinch in the morning.  

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Vanilla Bean-Coconut-Yogurt Smoothie

You won't believe the amount of flavor — or nutrients — packed into these five-ingredient smoothies, from the herbaceous mint to the tangy Greek yogurt. Vanilla-infused honey lends a touch of aromatic sweetness, and coconut-water ice cubes create a refreshing, tropical finish.

Get the Recipe: Vanilla Bean Coconut Yogurt Smoothie

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