11 Healthy And Delicious Everyday Smoothie Recipes

Do you also belong to the health-conscious people who pay attention to a healthy and balanced diet? Would you like to discover the benefits of smoothies that are easy to prepare, beneficial, and taste great?

But which smoothies are right for you? Which ones taste good and give you the energy boost you need? That's what we want to share with you in this blog post and introduce you to 11 of these everyday smoothie recipes.

We'll look at popular fruits and vegetables that you can then use to blend your smoothies. We'll also look at the health benefits and share delicious and healthy everyday smoothie recipes.

Green Everyday Smoothie Recipes

green everyday smoothie recipes

When it comes to healthy ingredients, there's nothing better than vegetables. In this case, vegetables that are as low in sugar as possible. One of them is kale. This nutritious leafy vegetable is packed with vitamins and nutrients. It has almost zero calories (usually 35 per serving) and zero grams of fat.

Kale is high in iron and vitamin K, which are suitable for your blood and beneficial for heart and kidney problems. Vitamin K, in particular, can help with blood clotting problems, while iron helps strengthen the blood and keeps the kidneys strong.

Kale is also high in vitamin A, which is suitable for vital, healthy skin cells, and vitamin C, which helps keep your immune system strong. Kale is anti-inflammatory and can even help provide you with powerful antioxidants. Plus, it contains a healthy dose of calcium for strong bones.

Kale is a superfood that provides the body with nutrients and blends very well into most green smoothie drinks.

Another recommended ingredient is wheatgrass. Wheatgrass is hailed as one of the most vitamin-rich foods in the world, and it can easily be transformed into a healthy smoothie.

First, wheatgrass is a powerful antioxidant that can help strengthen blood cells and detoxify the body. In addition, wheatgrass is extremely rich in chlorophyll, minerals, and enzymes.

Wheatgrass is an excellent addition to any healthy smoothie and pairs well with the flavors you're already used to.

The following two recipes are green smoothies that take full advantage of kale and wheatgrass.

The Green Maschine

  • 3 cups ground kale
  • 1 cup cubed pineapple
  • 1 cup wheatgrass
  • ½ cup mango
  • 1 kiwi (cubed)

The main ingredient for this everyday smoothie recipe is kale combined with wheatgrass. Wheatgrass is also known as a superfood. If you want to learn more about other superfoods for smoothies, click the following link to "What are good superfoods for smoothies."

This smoothie is high in protein, vitamins, and just enough sugar to get you going. The recipe makes enough for several servings, but since it tastes chilled, feel free to keep some in the fridge.

The only criticism of this drink might be the slight tartness of the pineapple or kiwi. The pineapple and kiwi are included for health benefits and their higher sugar content, which adds flavor to the drink.

Consider replacing one of these fruits with a banana to improve the taste. In that case, this is not recommended if you want to lose weight. Although bananas contain many vitamins, they are also very high in calories.

Kale Garden Smoothie

  • 2 cups kale
  • 1 cup carrots
  • 1 cup spinach
  • ½ sliced lemon
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 cup wheatgrass

This is a spicy, tangy drink that is geared toward health. While it is not the sweetest drink, it does provide some significant vitamin boosts. These come not only from kale or wheatgrass but also from tomatoes and spinach.

This smoothie is rich in iron and vitamin K, and the lemon should round out the flavor with a sharp note, so it's not too bland. You can spice up this drink with some melon or mango for an extra sugar kick if you like.

Orange Smoothie Recipes

everyday smoothie recipes with oranges

There is a good reason why fruit is usually the first choice when we make our own smoothies. Fruit tastes great, and we're already familiar with the different juices fruit offers.

But have you ever thought about the benefits of a smoothie made with fruit and the vitamins that the right combination of fruits provides?

One of the most commonly used fruits in smoothies is oranges. Oranges provide the body with a high amount of vitamin C, which boosts the immune system.

For example, oranges contain hesperidin. This chemical is used by blood cells to improve diastolic blood pressure and prevent heart problems.

It is believed that oranges can lower bad cholesterol and balance the body in detoxification. Oranges are thus a healthy and excellent addition to your smoothies.

Orange Power

  • 2 oranges
  • 2 clementine
  • 1 cup acai berries
  • 1 cup pineapple (cubed)
  • 1 cup strawberries (no stems)

Clementines are a bit sweeter than oranges because their sugar content is slightly higher. Otherwise, they offer similar benefits as oranges.

Acai berries are also known as superfoods. They are proven to be rich in antioxidants, boost the immune system and provide the body with vitamins and minerals.

Acai berries are powerful and can sometimes clash with the taste of oranges and clementines in your smoothie. Therefore, combining them with strawberries or pineapple is good to get an extra sweet kick.

Morning Starter

  • 3 oranges
  • 1 cup mango
  • 1 kiwi
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup star fruit
  • ½ cup melon
  • ½ cup carrots

This smoothie is a significant energy boost in the morning. It provides a large portion of vitamin C and calcium and gives you a natural sugar boost that can help you start your day. You can enjoy it anytime, even if the name doesn't suggest it.

Blue Everyday Smoothie Recipes

blue everyday smoothie recipes

Berries contain many antioxidants. Blueberries and pomegranates, in particular, are considered frontrunners in providing the body with healthy, detoxifying agents.

Blueberries are rich in phytonutrients that have anti-inflammatory effects and can help fight against cardiovascular disease. Pomegranates are rich in vitamins and also taste fantastic.

The Blue Master

  • 3 cups blueberries
  • 1 cup pomegranate
  • ½ cup blackberries
  • ½ cup cherries
  •  ½ cup raspberries (optional)
  • 1 cup acai berries

Most of this drink comes from the same berry family. You get the same nutrients in different combinations, making this a potent cleansing drink. This one tastes sweet and also mixes very well.

The raspberries are also very healthy but can be too much for some, as they often leave more seeds in the smoothie, but on the other hand, they are not rigid. The cherries are an excellent source of vitamins and help mix up the flavor.

The Berry Booster

  • 1 cup blackberries
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup pomegranate
  • 1 orange
  •  2 cups cherries
  • 1 kiwi

This drink is similar to the Blue Master but adds the citrus flavor of oranges. Also, the cherries are mixed with the taste of healthy kiwi. This adds a touch of green vitamins to the already rich drink.

Red Smoothies

red everyday smoothie recipes

Some red fruits offer excellent health benefits and fantastic flavors. The largest and easiest fruit to mix with others is the strawberry.

These delicious berries are rich in anthocyanins, quercetin, and kaempferol, which have also been reported to help fight various cancers (such as oral, colon, and breast).

Strawberries are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, and you only need 5 strawberries to get the recommended daily dose of vitamin C.

Red Rooster

  • 3 cups strawberries
  • 1 kiwi
  • 2 cups cherries
  • 2 cups raspberries
  • ½ star fruit

This chilled drink provides you with many vital vitamins, tastes excellent, and gives you a sweet kick for the day.

You can easily spice up this drink with the green of a kiwi. If you want to spice it up more, add some carrot to the mix (about ½ cup) for extra vitamins and minerals.

Red Velvet

  • 3 cups strawberries
  • 1 cup cherries
  • 1 cup plain yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla

This smoothie stands out from the others on this list because it contains powerful probiotic yogurt. The addition of plain yogurt (preferably Greek yogurt for its nutrients) results in a thicker, more heavy smoothie that provides an extra calcium boost.

The vanilla is purely a matter of taste. It provides nothing more than an additional flavor to balance out the yogurt.

Protein Shakes

protein shakes

Of course, the family of smoothies also includes protein shakes. Protein is the building block with which the body rebuilds muscles. When you train intensely, your muscle tissue tears and leaves gaps. Your body then tries to fill those gaps with extra protein, which converts into muscle.

This is why bodybuilders drink high-protein shakes. It is recommended that the average person consume 45 to 55 grams of protein per day to help the body repair everyday wear and tear.

Protein also helps with weight control and the processing of liquids. If you consume protein regularly, you will likely experience less muscle soreness and fewer problems with fatigue in endurance situations.

The Roadrunner

  • 1 cup yogurt
  • 4 oz Soy or Almond milk
  • 1 scoop strawberries
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • 1 cup ice cubes

This drink has a relatively simple structure. You can choose from healthy fruits that taste best to you. The advantage is its simplicity.

The powder is a dietary supplement, and its use should be discussed with your health advisor or doctor beforehand. In most cases, this is a quick way to get a protein boost without drinking gallons of juice.

You get a nice cool drink with the ice, which also helps you for a not-too-thick creamy consistency.



The yogurt in your protein shake is a stunning filler. It provides a sound body and a creamy flavor that adapts to almost any smoothie flavor in which it is used. Furthermore, yogurt is rich in probiotics that help strengthen the immune system and keep you healthy.

Greek yogurt is more passivated than regular yogurt. This removes more lactose and sugar and gives a creamy and protein-rich substance. This is low in carbohydrates and helps balance sodium levels in the body, which can help with overall fluid management.

The other fruit-based smoothies in this blog article can also benefit from adding yogurt as a filler or thickener.

It also helps you turn many of these smoothies into low-dose protein shakes. You can make excellent use of this for building muscle and regenerating the body after strenuous activities.

The Banana Boat

  • 1 banana
  • 1 orange
  • 1 scoop peanut butter
  • 4 oz almond milk
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • Ice as filler

This shake is simple, delicious, and strong. It used to be recommended to avoid bananas because of their high-calorie count.

banana protein shake

But when you think about protein, a high-calorie count is not necessarily a bad thing. Plus, bananas taste great when you mix them with oranges.

The Gladiator

  • ½ cup wheatgrass juice
  • ½ cup carrots
  • ¼ cup spinach
  • 1 spoonful peanut butter
  • 3 oz tomato juice
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • Ice as filler

This shake is a bit much, so you should skimp on the peanut butter. However, if you're looking for something high in protein, vitamins, and energy, you should try this recipe.

Final Thoughts About Everyday Smoothie Recipes

There are so many different smoothie recipes that it's hard to count them, and we've only scratched the surface here.

Whether you're looking to change your diet, just trying something new, or just looking for fun and a healthy alternative to a meal.

Smoothies are an excellent way to lose weight, stay healthy, and give yourself an exciting kick you need to get through the day.

We wish you lots of fun in the process.

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