11 Healthy Breakfast Smoothies
Spinach, Grape, and Coconut Smoothie
Seedless green grapes and coconut milk bring unexpected sweetness to this green drink.
Get the recipe: Spinach, Grape, and Coconut Smoothie
Raspberry and Nut Smoothie
Turn PB&J into a sippable shake by blending low-fat milk, frozen raspberries, and your favorite nut butter.
Get the recipe: Raspberry and Nut Smoothie
Use almond milk in place of cow’s milk for a dairy-free breakfast in just five minutes.
Get the recipe: Mango Smoothie
Gingery Berry and Oat Smoothie
Reinvent oatmeal by whirling rolled oats, blueberries, yogurt, and ice in a blender. Brown sugar and fresh ginger add an extra pop of flavor.
Get the recipe: Gingery Berry and Oat Smoothie
Spiced Pumpkin Smoothie
Use canned pumpkin puree to make this five-ingredient seasonal sipper.
Get the recipe: Spiced Pumpkin Smoothie
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Creamy Date Smoothie
Soften pitted dates by placing them in milk for 15 minutes, then blend with ice for a sweet on-the-go breakfast.
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Kale Smoothie With Pineapple and Banana
This green smoothie gets its signature hue from kale, but coconut milk, bananas, and fresh pineapple balance out the flavors.
Get the recipe: Kale Smoothie With Pineapple and Banana
Raspberry Chia Smoothie
The chia seeds will start to plump if the smoothie sits for too long, so drink up immediately after blending.
Get the recipe: Raspberry Chia Smoothie
Coconut Milk Smoothie
Made with flaxseed meal, low-fat yogurt, and strawberries, this rich and creamy drink is a healthy choice for breakfast or as a snack.
Get the recipe: Strawberry-Flax Smoothie
Skip bottled orange juice and make your own version with milk, clementines, bananas, and ice. Sweeten the final product with vanilla and honey.
Get the recipe: OJ Shake
Related: How to Make 3 Healthy Smoothies
Bored with your usual breakfast or afternoon snack? Give these nutritious smoothies a whirl. The green smoothie is loaded with vitamins and fiber, and a pineapple-orange blend is sweet and tangy. If you and your family love peanut butter and jelly, the third smoothie (made with raspberries and almond butter) will be a crowd pleaser.