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Raspberry Smoothie Recipes

It’s hard to go wrong with raspberries in your smoothie.  Actually, any type of berry is great for smoothies.  One thing we can’t get over is how beautiful these smoothies look.  Our list of raspberry smoothie recipes has some unique combinations.  We have peach, ginger, lime, and coconut combinations.   One thing they all have in common though is these smoothies are absolutely delicious.

Common Ingredients in Raspberry Smoothie Recipes

Raspberry, Almond Milk, Lemon Juice, Peaches, Bananas, Avocados, Spinach, Kale, Apples, Apple Juice, Coconut Milk, Coconut Water

Protein Add-ons

Greek Yogurt, Protein Powder

Common Sweeteners

Maple Syrup, Ripe Bananas, Monk Fruit, Honey

Other Raspberry Smoothie Add-ins

Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Flaxseeds, Almond Butter, Ginger, Cocoa Powder

How to Make a Raspberry Smoothie

Making a smoothie with raspberries is pretty simple.  For your raspberry smoothies, you can use frozen or fresh raspberries.  Add the raspberries to your blender, then add the desired liquid.  A few of our favorite liquids are fruit juices or almond milk.  You can add other fruits such as bananas or peaches.  You can then add a few other items such as spinach, chia seeds, or flaxseeds.

Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie

The thought of raspberry and lemonade brings me back to my childhood days.  However, this version is an adult version with all the additional nutrients added. The taste of this smoothie is tart and sweet at the same time.  The addition of greek yogurt provides you with extra protein and also guarantees that you will feel full for a longer period of time

Raspberry Peach Smoothie

This smoothie is both tasty and delicious.  It’s hard to go wrong with the combination of raspberries and peaches.  If you want more peach flavor, you can add more peaches, and if you want more of a raspberry flavor add more raspberries.  The vanilla greek yogurt adds some protein to your smoothie.  For the liquid base, this smoothie uses almond milk.

Raspberry Banana Smoothie

This raspberry smoothie looks so beautiful you are not going to want to drink it.  Raspberry not only provides you with a gorgeous colored smoothie but also a tasty one.  The banana in the smoothie acts as a natural sweetener.  This smoothie actually tastes like you are eating a sinful dessert, fortunately, it’s good for you.  This dessert is perfect for breakfast or a mid-day snack.

Raspberry Chia Smoothie

This raspberry chia smoothie is a great way to start the day.  This smoothie recipe utilizes both chia seeds and flaxseeds.  Other ingredients are a ripe banana for sweetens, almond butter, and almond milk.  If you don’t have almond butter you can use other kinds of nut butter such as cashew butter.

Raspberry Lime Smoothie

Raspberry combined with lime automatically makes me think of the summer months.  The tart taste of the lime is counteracted by the sweet taste of the raspberries.  The other smoothie ingredients are vanilla yogurt and vanilla-flavored almond milk.  If you want to sweeten the smoothie you can add some honey.

Raspberry Banana Spinach Smoothie

This smoothie is the perfect option for breakfast if you are looking for a delicious, filling, and healthy smoothie.  It’s a great source of healthy fats, fiber, protein, and greens and is guaranteed to keep you full until lunchtime.  An added plus is there are no added sugars in this recipe.  The main ingredients are raspberries, bananas, spinach, avocado, greek yogurt, almond milk, hemp seeds, and chia seeds.

Raspberry Cheesecake Smoothie

This raspberry cheesecake smoothie automatically makes me think of dessert in a glass.  This tasty smoothie is a great option for a mid-morning or afternoon snack.  The main ingredients are raspberry cheesecake greek yogurt, milk, and vanilla.

Raspberry Peach Green Tea Smoothie

This raspberry smoothie is the perfect summer drink.  I usually have green tea in the morning so I love the fact that it can be incorporated into a smoothie recipe.  This recipe is simple and easy to prepare.  The main ingredients are raspberries, peaches, and green tea.  The addition of bananas adds additional sweetness to the smoothie.

Raspberry Smoothie

This is another simple raspberry smoothie on our list.  It’s a great option if you are trying to get your children to eat more nutritionally dense foods.  The main ingredients in this smoothie are apple juice, raspberries, bananas, greek yogurt, and honey.   If you prefer a more creamy taste you can substitute almond milk or coconut milk for apple juice.

 Velvety Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie

If you want to feel you are ready to conquer the world every morning this smoothie is a great option.  The tart sweetness of the raspberries combines well with the smooth velvety chocolate flavor.  This recipe provides a double dose of chocolate goodness with the inclusion of cocoa powder and chocolate protein powder.

Raspberry Ginger Smoothie

I love adding ginger to my smoothie, the ginger adds an extra zing to the flavor and provides a quick pick-me-up.   The combination of raspberry and ginger is hard to resist.  I also love the fact that this recipe incorporates coconut yogurt, giving you a taste of the tropics.  Other ingredients in this smoothie are lime juice and a milk of your choice.

Peach Raspberry Superfood Smoothie

You can enjoy this raspberry peach smoothie as a healthy breakfast, lunch, or snack option.  The sweetness of raspberries and peaches is combined with a tart lime flavor.  The bananas in this smoothie provide extra sweetness and creaminess to your smoothie.  The addition of chia seeds and spinach leaves provides an extra nutritional punch. 

Raspberry Almond Chia Smoothie

This smoothie provides a quick nutritious option for breakfast, or as an afternoon snack.  The addition of almonds provides protein and fiber and will keep you full longer, thus staving off those mid-morning cravings.  The main ingredients in this smoothie are raspberries, greek yogurt, almonds, almond milk, and chia seeds.  The sweeteners are optional, however, with the natural sweetness of the raspberries an additional sweetener might not be necessary.