The variety of fruits you can add to a smoothie is endless. Let your creativity and taste buds guide you. I don’t know about you, but I love adding an equal percentage of fruits and greens to my fruit smoothie recipes.
The natural sweetness of fruits counteracts the green taste of vegetables. Fruits are also a great way to sweeten and thicken your smoothie naturally. It should be noted that if the fruit you desire is not in season, you can also use frozen fruits.
Common Ingredients in Fruit Smoothie Recipes
Strawberry, Pineapple, Banana, Pineapple Juice, Nut Milk, Oat Milk, Coconut Milk, Oranges, Carrots, Blueberries, Mangoes, Coconut Yogurt, Raspberries, Blueberries, Peaches, Watermelon, Cherries, Orange Juice, Dragon Fruit
Protein Powders, Greek Yogurt
Ripe Bananas, Honey, Mangoes, Dates
Other Fruit Smoothie Add-ins
Cayenne, Chia Seeds, Flaxseeds, Collagen. Cinnamon, Vanilla, Turmeric, Cayenne
How To Make a Fruit Smoothie
The large variety of available fruit options means you can create a different fruit smoothie daily. All you need is fresh or frozen fruit. If you use frozen fruit, it will make your smoothie thicker.
The second step is some liquid. A few popular options are almond milk, fruit juice, coconut milk, coconut water, or plain water. Keep in mind that you won’t need much liquid if you use fruits like watermelon.
Thirdly, add some green vegetables to make your smoothie more nutritionally dense.
Lastly, you can add a few smoothie add-ins, such as greek yogurt, chia seeds, hemp seeds, flaxseeds, or protein powder.
Popular Fruit Combinations
- Strawberry and Mango
- Apple, Carrot, and Orange
- Papaya and Banana
- Strawberry and Banana
- Pineapple and Mango
- Strawberry and Watermelon
- Strawberries, Blueberries, and Raspberries
Best Fruit Smoothie Recipes
If you are looking for a fruit smoothie recipe without yogurt and nut milk, this is a great option. This smoothie is easy to prepare with only five ingredients: strawberry, pineapple, pineapple juice, banana, and cayenne.
This smoothie is simple to prepare; however, you can tailor the smoothie to your tastes. You can add ingredients such as hemp seeds, chia seeds, or flaxseeds if you like. You can also add green veggies or yogurt to the smoothie.
There is a reason why the combination of strawberries and bananas is so popular in smoothies. It’s hard to go wrong with this combination. The frozen strawberries in this smoothie give you a smooth, thick, creamy texture. This recipe has only three ingredients, strawberries, bananas, and almond milk.
This smoothie will transport you back to the Caribbean; imagine yourself enjoying a tropical drink on a white sand beach. This recipe is straightforward to make with the addition of mango, pineapple, banana, coconut yogurt, and a bit of coconut water to thin out the smoothie. This smoothie is also kid-friendly; if you make it thick, it’s a healthy version of ice cream.
The thought of raspberries and peaches brings a smile to my face. This is not a common fruit combination for smoothies, but it works very well. If you are a raspberry lover, add more raspberries. If you are a peach lover, add more peaches. This recipe is extremely versatile; feel free to experiment. Add some yogurt and almond milk, and you have the perfect breakfast smoothie or lunchtime snack.
This is the only recipe on our list that uses dragon fruit. I love the purple color this smoothie produces. It looks too beautiful to drink. Kids and toddlers will find the bright purple color irresistible. The dragon fruit is blended with mangoes, nut milk or coconut milk, lime juice, and protein powder.
As the creator of this smoothie states, this smoothie tastes like a vacation in a glass. After making the smoothie, I have to agree with them. When I think of mangoes, I automatically think of white sand beaches and swaying palm trees. The other ingredients in this smoothie are carrots, almond milk, and lime. If you want to thicken the smoothie, you can use frozen fruit, oatmeal, ice cubes, or add yogurt.
This triple berry smoothie gives you a triple dose of fruit goodness. It’s hard to go wrong with strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries in your smoothie. Add coconut milk and a banana to sweeten your smoothie and have the perfect breakfast smoothie or afternoon snack.
A strawberry and watermelon smoothie is perfect for those hot summer days. The beauty of this smoothie is its simplicity; you only need two ingredients to make it, strawberries and watermelon. The liquid provided by the watermelon is all you need to make a light, refreshing smoothie, the perfect addition to your picnic basket.
This smoothie is the perfect option if you want an easy-to-prepare, dairy-free smoothie for breakfast. This smoothie is simple and a great breakfast option if you are pressed for time. Adding oats provides fiber and will help keep you full until lunchtime.
This smoothie recipe reminds me of mango lassi. The addition of strawberries makes it even more delicious. This smoothie contains only four ingredients, so it’s a great option if you are in a hurry and want a quick breakfast smoothie.
This smoothie tastes as good as it looks. This smoothie has two layers. The first layer is orange and has a tropical mango taste. The second layer Is purple and has a berry taste. Basically, you are getting two different flavor smoothies in one. For you smoothie fanatics, this option is hard to resist.
This fruit smoothie is simple to prepare; it only has three ingredients, raspberries, peaches, and cranberry juice. You can add greek yogurt for an additional boost. This smoothie is ideal for a lunchtime snack.
This smoothie is made from ripe, juicy peaches and will remind you of our favorite peach cobbler dessert. The main ingredients are frozen peaches, nut milk, oats, and flaxseed. This peach smoothie is flavored with cinnamon and vanilla.
IIt’s hard to go wrong with the combination of apples, carrots, and oranges. This triple combination will give you a healthy boost in the morning, especially with the spicy addition of turmeric, cayenne pepper, and ginger.