Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes

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Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes

A Nutribullet was my first blender, and I have fond memories of experimenting with different smoothie recipes.

If you just purchased your Nutribullet, I am sure you are anxious to test it out and start blending. We have found a few Nutribullet smoothie recipes to get you started.

Common Ingredients for Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes

A Nutribullet can handle any ingredient you throw at it.  Some of our favorite smoothie ingredients are listed below.

Strawberries, blueberries, bananas, avocado, kale, almond milk, nuts, nut milk, avocado, cauliflower,  pineapples, swiss chard, spinach, apples, nectarines, ginger, coconut milk

Protein Add-ons

Nut butter, cashews, almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, yogurt, and protein powders.

Common Sweeteners

Honey,  ripe bananas, dates

Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes

This recipe is easy to prepare and will take around 10 minutes to prepare. An added plus is it’s healthy, and your kids will love it. Bananas and strawberries will give it a fruit punch taste. Adding kale and almond milk means it’s a healthy fruit punch.

This decadent dessert smoothie is perfect for the holidays. The addition of cinnamon and ginger root help to spice up this recipe. Add some maple syrup if the pear needs to be sweeter. The addition of oats gives you some extra fiber.

I was intrigued when I saw this recipe. You don’t usually associate apples and cinnamon with smoothies.

As a matter of fact, the combination of apple and cinnamon reminds me of the holidays.

The further addition of nutmeg, almonds, almond milk, and vanilla gives this smoothie a festive flavor.

The combination of mangoes, bananas, and ginger is a dream team smoothie combination. For an extra nutritional boost, add kale or spinach and flaxseeds.

A Nutribullet is an extremely versatile machine, and this medley of recipes presented by Marie Claire proves it. In this case, you don’t get one smoothie recipe but five recipes.

The first recipe is the cholesterol crusher blast.  This recipe contains blueberries, kale, bananas, almonds,  and cacao. 

The second smoothie recipe on the list is the hormone helper with the healthy addition of avocado, beets, broccoli, and goji berries. 

The third smoothie is the fountain of youth which contains walnuts, avocado, kale, and blueberries.  The fourth smoothie is the sleepy seeds. 

You can’t go wrong with the addition of pumpkin and sunflower seeds makes this smoothie a great choice. 

The last smoothie on the list is the beauty blast.  You can’t go wrong with the addition of goji berries, cashews, strawberries, pineapples, and swiss chard.

If you are like me, you might be tempted to eat all the blueberries and forget to put them in the smoothie! However, this recipe is as good as it sounds; after all, who can resist the combination of blueberries, bananas, and spinach? The addition of almond milk and butter adds extra creaminess to this smoothie.

How can one resist a smoothie named fountain of youth? The fountain of youth smoothie is great for a mid-day pick-me-up or evening snack. This smoothie contains avocado, blueberry, kale, nectarine, and walnuts. To top it off, you can add collagen for an extra boost.

If you haven’t guessed, pineapples are one of my favorite smoothie ingredients. This smoothie recipe is packed with vitamin C. It has over 93% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin c.

Adding ginger and turmeric will spice up your recipe and give your smoothie an extra nutritional punch.

Adding hemp seeds provides additional protein and omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids.

This avocado blueberry smoothie has just 16 grams of sugar. This creamy delicious smoothie consists of blueberries, avocado, almond milk, cauliflower, and hemp seeds.

The avocado gives the smoothie a creamy texture. You might raise your eyebrows about the addition of avocado and cauliflower. However, these two items have a very mild taste and add a nutritional punch to your smoothie.

If you have extra spinach in your refrigerator and are trying to figure out how to use it, you will love this recipe. Other green ingredients are cucumbers and green apples. Adding ginger and lemon adds an extra zing to your recipe and will offset the green taste.

Kiwi and lime add a neat twist to this smoothie. The addition of bananas acts as a natural sweetener. These ingredients, combined with almond milk, make this recipe a great afternoon snack.

Get a taste of the sunshine with this fun, tropical smoothie.  After all, what can be more tropical than coconut water, pineapples, and kiwis?  The addition of hemp seeds and spinach provides an additional nutritional boost.

This banana colada smoothie immediately makes me think of the beach. I digress; however, this smoothie uses one of my favorite liquids for smoothies, coconut milk.

Other ingredients are bananas and pineapples, which are a great addition to any smoothie. As a bonus, you get an extra nutritional boost with the addition of a protein powder and chia seeds.

The combination of blackberries, cherries, and cashews sounds so exotic when referring to smoothies.

The sweet and tart taste of blackberries and cherries is a perfect addition to smoothies.

The addition of cashew butter and almond milk gives this smoothie a nice creamy texture.

Matcha is a great antioxidant to add t your smoothie.  The addition of coconut flakes, almond milk, banana, and spinach gives you a sweet creamy treat that tastes as good as it makes you feel.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you use a NutriBullet to make smoothies?

Yes, you definitely can!  A Nutribullet is one of the best blenders to use for smoothies.

What can you not put in a NutriBullet?

According to Nutribullet, hot ingredients such as coffee or carbonated ingredients should not be blended in a Nutribullet since these ingredients can build up pressure and cause damage.

Is it safe to blend ice in a NutriBullet?

Yes, you can blend ice in a Nutribullet, provided you add some liquid.  You can read more about whether it’s safe to put ice in a Nutribullet here.

Can I put frozen fruit in a NutriBullet?

Yes, you can put frozen fruit in a Nutribullet.  However, remember to add some liquid.  

How do I make a smoothie in a Nutribullet?

When making a smoothie, Nutribullet recommends you add the ingredients in this order: (1) greens, (2) fruits, (3) powders, seeds, nut butter, (4) liquids, (5) ice

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