50 Satisfying Smoothie Recipes

Need a wholesome breakfast or midday meal? Craving a better-for-you sweet treat? Make one in a matter of minutes with these easy recipes.

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Strawberry-Banana Smoothie

There's no better pair than strawberry and banana when you're making smoothies. They work together to give your drink just the right amount of sweetness and tang.

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Tropical Oatmeal Smoothie

This tropical-inspired smoothie is packed with fiber (6 grams per serving), thanks to the fruit and the clever addition of rolled oats.

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Green Smoothie Bowl

Easily upgrade your spinach smoothie by serving it in a bowl — and topping it with granola, seeds and fresh fruit.

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Cherry-Almond Smoothie

Blitz banana, cherries and yogurt with almond milk for a filling breakfast you'll make again and again.

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Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

The trick to making a smoothie into a bowl is blending until you have a texture closer to soft serve than to a traditional smoothie. For this bowl, the Greek yogurt, frozen bananas and ice create a satisfying texture — and will leave you full for hours.

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Ultra-Creamy Avocado Smoothie

In many countries’ folks eat avocados for dessert, in custards and in shakes like this one. The riper the avocado, the sweeter the shake, so you'll want to adjust the sweetness to taste. If you have matcha (green tea powder) on hand, add some for a boost of antioxidants, nutrients, and fiber.

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Mixed Berries and Banana Smoothie

This four-ingredient smoothie only takes a few minutes to blend — and it serves two!

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Mango, Strawberry, and Pineapple Smoothie

This all0-fruit smoothie consists of diced mango, cut up strawberries, chopped pineapple and a splash of orange juice. That's it!

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Strawberry-Green Tea Smoothie

The combination of sweet strawberries and earthy green tea makes this smoothie balanced and refreshing. It's packed with vitamin C and antioxidants, and if you keep green tea ice cubes in your freezer you can make it in a flash!

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Mixed Berries and Banana Smoothie (and Smoothie Bowl)

Consider this recipe a two-for-one. You can blend the smoothie ingredients together and serve in a glass as a drinkable snack, or pour into a bowl and add the toppings for a more substantial meal.

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Blueberry-Almond Smoothie

Roasted almonds add body and toasty flavor to this smoothie that's loaded with fiber and vitamin C.

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Kids Can Make: Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie

This all-in-one milk-and-cookies smoothie makes a nice change of pace for a summer breakfast or afternoon snack. Plus, it's easy enough that kids of all ages can help make it.

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Vietnamese Coffee Smoothie

The key to this caffeinated treat is to use a strong coffee or espresso. It gives the smoothi all the rich, coffee flavor you're looking for — even after the other ingredients have been added.

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Peanut Butter Split Smoothie

Have a jar of peanut butter sitting in your pantry? Whip up some creamy and satisfying smoothies that also include bananas, milk and nonfat yogurt.

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Green Smoothie

This pretty green smoothie is packed with fiber, vitamin C and lutein. Keep frozen grapes in your freezer so you can whirl this up in a pinch for breakfast or for a healthy refresher any time of day.

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Healthy Cherry Almond Oatmeal Smoothie

A healthy breakfast on the go, this smoothie will keep you full longer thanks to extra fiber from the oats.

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Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

This simple and delicious smoothie packed both with flavor AND fiber. Feel free to top with your favorite fruits.

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Healthy Breakfast Smoothie

Breakfast smoothies are a great way to get a nutrient-rich start to the day. In less than five minutes, you can transform whole grains, fruits and vegetables into a delicious and filling meal that's packed with vitamins and fiber. Pro tip: use frozen fruit (rather than ice) results for a thick and creamy consistency.

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Raspberry-Vanilla Smoothie

Giada makes her own simple syrup to sweeten her tangy raspberry smoothies. If you're short on time (or avoiding cane sugar) opt for a little honey instead.

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Blueberry and Chia Seed Smoothie

This simple, nutritious smoothie tastes like summer and is delicious when made with fresh blueberries. It can also be prepared well into the fall though — just sub in frozen blueberries instead.

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Vanilla Bean Coconut Yogurt Smoothie

You won't believe the amount of flavor — or nutrients — packed into this five-ingredient smoothie. Vanilla-infused honey lends a touch of aromatic sweetness, Greek yogurt adds a little tang and coconut-water ice cubes create a refreshing, tropical finish.

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Peachy Oat Smoothie

There are few things in life that are as glorious as a juicy, ripe summer peach. This smoothie combines them with heart-healthy oats for extra body and creaminess.

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Keto Mint Chip Breakfast Smoothie

This mint chip ice cream look-alike, in the form of a keto smoothie, is perfect for a quick breakfast on the go.

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Berry-licious Smoothie Bowl

Looking for a heartier take on your favorite smoothie? Add a thickener like avocado, chia seeds or even dried dates. This recipe will get you started.

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Coconut Water Smoothie with Mango, Banana and Strawberries

Instead of blending regular ice cubes, make ones out of coconut water. They're great for smoothies like this one.

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Red Berry-and-Beet Smoothie

When fresh berries aren't in season, use frozen berries in drinks like this brilliantly colored, high-fiber smoothie. The beet adds a wonderful earthiness, plus antioxidants and fiber.

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Mean Green Smoothie

Sip on this spinach-based smoothie for an extra boost of magnesium and iron.

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Watermelon-and-Cucumber Smoothie

This uber-refreshing smoothie is loaded with vitamin C, thanks to watermelon. Keep chunks of watermelon in your freezer so you can blend this up anytime.

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Kiwi-Ginger Zinger Protein Smoothie

The bright flavors of kiwi, ginger and parsley are tempered by creamy coconut milk and hemp seeds in this clean-tasting smoothie that packs 16 grams of protein and 5 grams of dietary fiber into each serving.

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Papaya-Banana Smoothie

Bobby combines milk, yogurt, vanilla, banana, papaya and ice cubes in a blender for a sweet and delicious smoothie you'll want to make all the time.

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Super Green Smoothie

To offset some of the bitterness that comes with a green smoothie, use additional natural sweeteners like chunks of pineapple and a little honey.

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Acai Berry Smoothie Bowl

Because smoothie bowls don't have to be slurped through a straw, you can blend in lots of filling ingredients like seeds, nut butters or even avocado. Top with colorful slices of fruit and you're ready to eat!

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Banana and Walnut Smoothie

Creamy, nutty and oh-so-delicious, this smoothie is the perfect way to start your day.

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Pumpkin-Ginger Smoothie

This fiber-packed smoothie gets its tang from a healthy dose of low-fat yogurt and a splash of apple cider vinegar. It's a welcome change from the rich pumpkin desserts that tempt us during the fall months.

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Matcha-Do About Nuttin'

The snack that will put a smile on your face! From the shredded coconut, pistachios and matcha topping to the adorable strawberry "ladybugs" — how much cuter can this smoothie bowl get?!

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Passion Fruit-Mango Smoothie

Grown in tropical regions throughout the world, passion fruit is usually enjoyed as a juice with the crunchy seeds strained out. But consider leaving them: In this smoothie they help deliver an impressive 6 grams of fiber. Passion fruit is also a good source of vitamins A and C and nonheme, plant-based iron.

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Blueberry Blast Smoothie

You don't need a lot of ingredients to make a healthy breakfast or midday snack. This smoothie only calls for four.

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Peach Pie Smoothie

This creamy smoothie is low in calories — and tastes like your favorite summer dessert!

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Carrot-Pineapple Smoothie

The combination of beta-carotene packed carrots and vitamin-rich pineapple is a delicious and healthy one in this refreshing smoothie. Freezing carrot juice cuts out adding regular ice cubes, and we love using dried dates as a natural sweetener.

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Green Morning Smoothie

Need a tasty way to eat more spinach? This smoothie takes a cup of those greens and mixes them with fruit like peaches and mango.

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Orange Banana Smoothie

Wake up to a tropical treat with Ina's orange-banana smoothie. It's almost as good as relaxing on the beach!

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Cran-Sicle Smoothie

Love tangy cranberries? We give them just a touch of sweetness with maple syrup — for the perfect balance of flavors.

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Pumpkin Smoothie

Katie’s "pumpkin pie in a cup" has all the elements of the classic fall dessert — like maple syrup and cinnamon.

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Black Raspberry-Vanilla Smoothie

Sometimes the simplest recipes are best. Like this smoothie that combines fresh berries, vanilla yogurt and honey for a sweet and delicious treat.

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Katie's Kale Smoothie

This green smoothie is high in nutrients and contains powerful antioxidants. The kale is blended with green fruits (like grapes and pears) for a hint of sweet flavor.

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Rainbow Smoothie

This is a great base recipe. You can use it to make 5 different smoothies — in every color of the rainbow!

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Chocolate-Peanut Butter Swirl Smoothie

Craving a chocolatey, peanut buttery treat? Bobby has got you covered with hisblend of bananas, yogurt, milk and peanut butter.

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Almond Milk and Berry Smoothie

Here's a pro tip for serving these good-for-you smoothies: pour them into chilled glasses so they stay extra cold while you sip!

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Smoothie

Your favorite baked good in a glass! To make it extra decadent, top with a cookie.

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Sweet Basil Smoothie

A bit of fragrant basil (along with a sweet lemon syrup) give this smoothie a sophisticated and refreshing flavor. Perfect for warm weather!

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