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Green Smoothie Recipes

I don’t know about you but I am not a lover of green vegetables, so incorporating green smoothies into my diet is a great alternative.  I get all of the benefits that green vegetables provide in a delicious smoothie concoction.  Below you will find some of my favorite green smoothie recipes.

Common Ingredients in Green Smoothie Recipes

Mangoes, Pineapples, Bananas, Coconut Water, Coconut Milk, Nut Milks, Strawberries, Raspberries, Kiwis, Apples, Blueberries, Almond butter, Spinach, Kale, Broccoli, Avocados, Cherries, Broccoli Sprouts, Cucumber, Carrots.

Protein Add-ons

Flavored or plain protein powder, Greek Yogurt, Hemp Seeds, Skyr Yogurt

Common Sweeteners

Ripe Bananas, Monk Fruit Extract, Dates

Other Green Smoothie Add-ins

Flaxseeds, Chia Seeds, Tocos, Collagen, Cinnamon, Pumpkin Seeds, Turmeric, Ginger

How to Make a Green Smoothie

When making green smoothies I tend to stick to a set formula.  I use 50% greens and 50% fruits.  You don’t need a sweetener if you use fruits such as mangoes, pineapples, or ripe bananas.  However, if you need an extra sweetener you can add fruit such as a ripe banana, pineapple, or date. 

For liquids I tend to stick with water, however, quite a few recipes use nut milk or coconut milk.  The most popular nut milk used is almond milk, but you can use any other nut milk. 

I also like to add a few add-ons for a more nutritional punch.  A few of my favorite add-ons are greek yogurt, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, flaxseeds, and nut butter.

The Best Green Smoothie Recipes

Island Green Smoothie

This green smoothie will have you reminiscing about your time on a tropical beach where you were enjoying the sun and the sound of waves crashing on the shore. Adding pineapple, mangoes, pineapple, and coconut water provide an island vibe.   

The added benefit of this smoothie is the introduction of spinach to this concoction.  If you need an extra boost you can add protein powder. 

Pineapple Spinach Green Smoothie

 I love adding pineapples to my smoothies.  Actually, I just love pineapples!  Whether you decide to use it in your smoothie or eat it on its own is up to you. 

However, if you choose to use it in your smoothie, frozen or fresh pineapple will work. The benefits of adding frozen pineapples are it naturally thickens your smoothie and gives you the texture of a slushie. 

This recipe also has frozen bananas which act as a natural sweetener.  Other ingredients include milk and yogurt.

Keto Green Smoothie

This keto green smoothie is sure to please any palate.  I am a fan of using avocado pears in smoothies because of the mild taste and nutritional benefits. 

This smoothie uses strawberries as a sweetener and is topped off with almond milk and hemp seeds.  If you need the smoothie to be a bit sweeter you can use monk fruit extract. 

Kiwi Apple Green Smoothie

I love the simplicity of this smoothie.  You know sometimes just a few ingredients are the way to go.  This smoothie contains kiwis, apples, spinach, bananas, and water.  That’s it this smoothie is really simple and can be prepared in a few minutes.  It’s ideal if you want a quick option for breakfast. If you want smoothies that focus only on kiwis have a look at our kiwi smoothie recipes.

Better Than Botox Green Smoothie

This smoothie gives you a double dose of green goodness with the addition of kale and spinach.  I especially like this smoothie as a breakfast smoothie for the variety of ingredients added. 

The additional ingredients are strawberries, nut butter, collagen, tocos, almond milk, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, and flaxseeds.  If you need an additional sweetener you can add dates or a ripe banana.

Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

One of the great things about green smoothies is it’s a great way to get your kids to consume more fruits and vegetables.  The addition of pineapples, mangoes, and bananas will have you forgetting you are drinking a green smoothie.  This smoothie is ideal for kids as a snack or a breakfast option.

Green Broccoli Smoothie

Broccoli is definitely not the first thing that comes to mind when I am making a green smoothie.  However, in hindsight, it is the perfect green vegetable to use in your smoothie.  It doesn’t have a very distinctive taste so it blends well with fruits. 

Additionally, it is packed full of nutritious goodies.  The additional ingredients in this smoothie are spinach, apple, banana, and carrot.

Broccoli Smoothie (Kid Friendly)

This is a kid and toddler-friendly smoothie.  This smoothie is a great way to get your kids to consume more green veggies.  This smoothie tastes like a mango lassi with the addition of mango and yogurt. 

The addition of ground flaxseeds provides an additional nutritional boost.   Mangoes are a seasonal fruit so if you don’t have fresh mangoes available you can use frozen mangoes.

Tropical Green Smoothie

This tropical green smoothie is packed full of luscious goodness.  It contains two varieties of green veggies, broccoli, and spinach.  The lovely thing about these two veggies is they have a mild flavor so they won’t overpower the taste of the smoothie.

This smoothie provides a tropical feel with the addition of orange juice, pineapple, and banana.  The addition of non-dairy milk gives it a rich creamy texture.

Green Smoothie Medley

For this smoothie recipe, you get two versions of a recipe that utilizes broccoli sprouts.  Broccoli sprouts are not something I would normally put in a smoothie but in hindsight, it’s a great option.  It has a mild taste and it is nutritionally dense.

The first recipe doesn’t utilize any sort of fruit.  The main ingredients are broccoli sprouts, avocado, orange, cucumber, turmeric powder, plain water, and coconut water.

The second broccoli sprouts recipe has fruit added to it.  This recipe utilizes frozen cherries.  The other main smoothie ingredients are walnut almond cashew butter, skyr yogurt, vanilla milk, protein powder, and MCT oil.

Broccoli Smoothie

This is a kid-friendly, vegan smoothie, that is a great option if you want your kids to get more green veggies. 

The frozen mangoes and bananas add a tropical feel to this smoothie recipe.  This smoothie also has a creamy texture thanks to the addition of yogurt and almond milk to the smoothie.

Kale Mango Pineapple Ginger Smoothie

This smoothie tastes as good as it looks!  The green ingredient in this smoothie is kale, which has a mild taste and packs quite a nutritional punch. 

The addition of mango, pineapple, and ginger adds a nice fruity flavor to this smoothie.  The greek yogurt adds additional protein to the smoothie.

Garden Green Smoothie

This smoothie uses mixed greens which consist of spinach, kale, dandelion, and nettles.  The liquid utilized in this smoothie is coconut milk, which is one of my favorite liquids for smoothies. 

This smoothie is topped off with a medley of fruits such as green apples, bananas, pineapple, and avocado.