Give yourself a dose of vitamin C in the morning with this vegan green smoothie. Along with kale and avocado, there's a hit of zesty lime and pineapple This creamy smoothie is packed with nutritious ingredients. Baobab adds a tangy, sherbet flavour and is high in fibre, antioxidants and vitamin C.
Full of warming and nourishing ingredients, this creamy breakfast bowl can be ready in just 10 minutes. Blitz healthy ingredients for an energy-boosting breakfast. Using unsweetened brown rice milk fortified with calcium and vitamins makes it more nutritious. A dairy-free vegan smoothie with fruit juice, tofu and oats to power you up at breakfast or provide sustenance for exercise.
This tropical shake with creamy coconut yogurt, mango and passion fruit is dairy and soya free. Blend peaches, raspberries, orange juice and fresh custard into a fruity, creamy shake that's low in fat Frozen berries are a thrifty way of creating a healthy smoothie - pad it out with oats to make it extra filling.
A low fat, vitamin C-packed smoothie to start your day. Cool down this summer with a fresh and fruity smoothie. Make the most of the berry season with a glass of fruity goodness. Start your day with this fruity blend of passion fruits, mango, orange and banana. It's a good source of vitamin C and provides 1 of your 5-a-day, too Food Faith Fitness. Bananas, clementines, and vanilla protein powder come together to make an orange smoothie that packs a punch with zing.
Not only is it easy, but this creamy smoothie is also healthy, and a great way to replenish your energy after a tough workout. Cotter Crunch.
Green smoothies are all the rage. They are filled with all sorts of good-for-you ingredients. This kiwi super green smoothie was designed to keep the digestive system running smoothly.
These satisfying vegan smoothie recipes are high in protein and the perfect dairy-free drink with these creative vegan smoothie recipes. . Avocado delivers protein and healthy fats, while lime juice adds a citrusy freshness. See more ideas about Juices, Recipes and Vegan smoothie recipes. Strawberry-Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie [Vegan, Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added].
It includes a mix of kiwi, lime, parsley, spinach, and so much more, it's sure to do a body good. As an extra bonus, it is paleo and vegan-friendly. With Salt and Wit. When you want a super easy smoothie, this recipe is a fabulous choice.
It requires just four ingredients: delicious raspberries, coconut extract, almond milk, and vanilla protein powder. The coconut gives the raspberry colada smoothie a tropical flair, so you can enjoy a rejuvenating snack in island-inspired style.
Tasting Page. You probably hear a lot about dandelion greens, but did you know that they go just as well in a smoothie as they do in a salad?
watch Try the dandelion detox green smoothie, and find out for yourself. This nutrient-packed green smoothie is a fantastic morning elixir, complete with cilantro, apples, celery, and avocado. Culinary Hill. It's as beautiful as its brilliant orange color as it is delicious. If you have some carrots that need to be used up, pick up a mango, and blend this tasty smoothie.
You'll also need a banana and a little orange juice.
When it all comes together, you'll be treated to a lively, healthy smoothie you are sure to love. Mango Carrot Smoothie by Culinary Hill. The Lemon Bowl. Kale is a popular smoothie ingredient, and it is so much better with blueberries. The recipe also includes yogurt, flaxseed, protein powder, and cinnamon to make it really interesting. It has a lot of antioxidants and protein and is sure to satiate your hunger until dinner. Rich, velvety, and soothing, this is the smoothie of your dreams, and it is as healthy as any other smoothie out there.
Namely Marly. They are so quick to put together and the variations on flavors and add-ins are really endless. So, why not combine the two and make a smoothie inspired by a cookie? This Snickerdoodle Smoothie is everything! Meg and I love taking walks there to grab a couple smoothies and to catch up since we saw each other last. In early February the smoothie shop featured a Snickerdoodle Smoothie that I had to try and I instantly both fell in love and also realized that I should be making something similar at home.
My version is made with different ingredients, but that same flavor is there. I decided to simplify it to what I had on hand and what I like best. I am just gonna go ahead and say it, mine is way better!
To me, the best part of this smoothie is the flavor and texture from the rolled oats, not something I usually put in my smoothies since I prefer to limit my grains whenever possible but a really nice addition. The oats really brings the cookie flavor to life, the texture makes it different from other smoothies and it ends up being a bit more substantial. Of course the spices are what really bring the Snickerdoodle flavor to life.
I put a lot of cinnamon in this smoothie, both for the flavor and all of the amazing benefits. Add all of the ingredients to a blender and puree until smooth and creamy. Serve immediately. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase using these links — your cost remains the same, but I earn a small percentage to help support this blog. Thank you! Share your photos on Instagram, tag tastyyummies and include the hashtag tastyyummies.
Beth, this looks and sounds fantastic. Perfect way to start the day.
I love almond butter in smoothies! It makes them taste like cake batter to me…which is a wonderful thing. I agree Kylie, such a great add-in with smoothies. One of my favorites for sure!
I hope you like this when you make it. This smoothie looks fantastic. I saw this on Instagram and had to come check it out.
I sometimes eat cookies or even pie or cake for breakfast, but smoothies are my favorite way to start the day. Love this creative recipe that combines both worlds! Woah Beth!