Smoothies are year-round refreshers because either fresh or frozen fruits are perfect for these slushy drinks. Find a delicious way to start your morning from this collection of 12 smoothie recipes featuring fruits and veggies.
Peach-Mango Oatmeal Smoothie from Sunday Supper – Oatmeal adds a creamy touch to this summer-ready smoothie.
Berry Broccoli Smoothie from Sunday Supper – Broccoli? In a smoothie? The green veggie adds nutrition but oddly not a lot of color or taste.
Hulk SMASH Smoothie from Run DMT – This monster green smoothie gets everyone going in the morning thanks to kale and lots of fruit.
Good Morning Smoothies from Family Foodie – Fresh strawberries and strawberry yogurt are the fuel in this eye-opener.
Blueberries, Peaches and Cream Green Smoothie from Cupcakes and Kale Chips – Tangy Greek yogurt pulls the fruit and greens together in a smoothie that tastes like a pie.
Orange and Mango Smoothie with Lime & Ginger from The Wimpy Vegetarian – This drink looks like sunshine in a glass and the ginger brings a natural pow.
Strawberry-Banana Cake Batter Smoothie from The Messy Baker – Try a frothy blend of frozen bananas and strawberries, creamy vanilla yogurt, a few scoops of funfetti cake mix, and vanilla almond milk.
Vegan Vanilla Mixed Berry Smoothie from Alida’s Kitchen – Vanilla soy milk makes this smoothie vegan and the addition of flaxseed adds nutrition and fiber.
Berry Berry Smoothie from Momma’s Meals – Frozen strawberry yogurt and strawberry Greek yogurt sweeten a smoothie that includes vanilla protein powder, too.
Orange Creamsicle Smoothie from Feed Me, Seymour – These smoothies give you that orange push-pop flavor while still allowing you to maintain your adult dignity, should you choose.
Sunny Hawaiian Smoothie from Daily Dish Recipes – Use vanilla yogurt or play with tropical flavors in a frothy drink that celebrates island flavors.
Peachilicous Smoothie from Peanut Butter and Peppers – Just three ingredients come together for a smoothie loaded with antioxidants and deliciousness.
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