When I first started making smoothies I used to use water as my liquid base. However, almond milk as a liquid base is so much better. The addition of almond milk provides an additional nutritional kick to your smoothie and it also makes the texture of the smoothie creamy. An added plus is almond milk has a mild flavor so it combines well with most ingredients. Below you will find some of our favorite almond milk smoothie recipes.
Common Ingredients in Almond Milk Smoothie Recipes
Strawberries, Blueberries, Oats, Kale, Pineapple, Bananas, Peaches, Mangoes, Blueberries
Protein Powder, Greek Yogurt
Honey, Ripe Bananas, Maple Syrup, Erythritol, Dates
Other Almond Smoothie Add-ins
Chia Seeds, Flaxseeds, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Vanilla Extract, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Peanut Butter, Other Nut Butters, Cocoa Powder, Almond Butter, Ginger, Cardamom
How To Make an Almond Milk Smoothie
The beauty of almond milk is it has a bland taste so it won’t overwhelm the taste of your smoothie. Additionally, it makes the smoothie more nutritionally dense than using plain water.
For your smoothies, you can use store-bought or homemade almond milk. Store-bought almond milk is more convenient, however, make sure there are no additives added. Alternatively, you can make your own almond milk. It is simple to prepare and you can store it for 4-5 days.
When you are making an almond milk smoothie you can add the liquid, then your fruits and vegetables, and finally you can add products such as nut butter, seeds, and spices.
Best Almond Milk Smoothie Recipes
The combination of strawberries and blueberries is simply sublime. It’s hard to go wrong with this fruit combination in smoothies. The addition of oats and chia seeds adds an extra kick to your smoothie.
Almond breeze is famous for its almond milk so it’s only fair that we add one of their smoothie recipes to our list of almond smoothie recipes. This recipe is a dessert in a glass. As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if you mistake this recipe for your favorite banana bread recipe. The only thing missing in this recipe is flour and eggs. The addition of cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla extract helps to spice up your smoothie.
This golden milk smoothie is refreshing and healing to your body. The addition of mango, ginger, and turmeric not only provides a golden yellow color to your smoothie, but it has a healing property on your body. The addition of greek yogurt makes this smoothie more filling and the addition of ginger, black pepper, and cinnamon adds an extra kick to your smoothie.
This smoothie is easy to prepare with only four ingredients: bananas, oats, almond milk, and vanilla extract. If you want to jazz up this smoothie you can add honey, cinnamon, flaxseed, protein powder, or peanut butter to this smoothie.
The thought of blueberries brings a smile to my face. I have been known to eat containers of blueberries in one sitting. Blueberries are not only delicious by themselves but are a great addition to smoothies. This smoothie is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or a quick snack. The addition of oats and almond butter helps you to feel full longer.
This easy peach smoothie is a great option if you are looking for a quick breakfast option or a mid-afternoon snack since it has only four ingredients. The combination of peaches, bananas, greek yogurt, and almond milk creates a creamy and refreshing smoothie.
This smoothie will lead you to believe you are having a decadent chocolate dessert instead of a healthy chocolate smoothie. The oats, chia seeds, greek yogurt, and almond butter not only produce a rich creamy texture but add protein, minerals, and vitamins to your smoothie. The vanilla and almond extract enhance the flavors of this smoothie.
This pineapple and kale smoothie is a great way to get your daily dose of green vegetables. The addition of pineapples and bananas will make sure you don’t know this smoothie contains kale. The bananas not only act as a natural sweetener but they provide a nice creamy texture to your smoothie.
Strawberries and Bananas are a magical duo when it comes to smoothie fruit combinations, as a matter of fact they are a match made in smoothie heaven. There is a reason why this is one of the most popular fruit combinations when making a smoothie. Other than almond milk the only other ingredient in this smoothie is yogurt which provides additional protein.
One of the things I love about smoothies is you can get the same taste as a sinful dessert but it’s good for you. This cherry black forest smoothie tastes like a decadent dessert yet it’s packed with nutrients.
Strawberries and mangoes are a match made in smoothie heaven. This smoothie will transport you back to the tropics and you will begin to imagine yourself on a beautiful white sand beach with palm trees. This smoothie also sneaks in a few vegetables with the addition of carrots.
This chunky monkey smoothie is a great option as a quick snack and this smoothie is toddler and kid-friendly. It’s easy to prepare with only four ingredients and it’s packed with protein.
This smoothie recipe does not contain yogurt and it’s dairy-free, paleo, and vegan. The smoothie is easy to prepare with only four ingredients. I especially like the addition of coconut cream which gives your smoothie a nice creamy texture.
Blackberries, Strawberries, and Raspberries are a magical combination in smoothies. It’s hard to go wrong with berries in your smoothies and fortunately this smoothie gives you a triple dose of goodness. The addition of bananas makes your smoothie nice and creamy. The addition of greek yogurt provides extra protein.
This pumpkin chai smoothie is flavorful with the addition of ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon. The vanilla extract adds extra flavor to your smoothie. The pumpkin and banana make this smoothie thick and creamy.