16 Healthy Breakfast Smoothies Recipes

Start your day off right with these quick and simple smoothies recipes.

Healthy breakfast smoothies recipes

Pineapple smoothie photo via Emily Carlan/Flickr

Smoothies are like the little black dress of food. There’s one for every occasion, every attitude, and every diet restriction. They’re also quick, easy, and can be made ahead of time for a grab and go kind of morning.

To get the most flavor and nutrients into your smoothies, don’t take up space with ice. Instead, use frozen fruit or portion out your own fruit (berries or bananas are good choices) and keep them sliced in the freezer for instant access. You can also add an extra kick with powder proteins and vitamin mixes.

Below, we found 16 delicious breakfast smoothie recipes that will fill you up and keep you energized all morning long.

1. Healthy Mango White Bean Smoothie

via Some the Wiser

Beans in a smoothie? You bet. This is a hearty smoothie, which makes it ideal for breakfast. The white beans make it extra creamy, and the mango, fresh mint, and unsweetened coconut balance the flavor.

2. Probiotic Kefir Smoothie

via Hello Natural

This smoothie is a two-for-one. Kefir is loaded with calcium and protein, and the cucumber and lemon juice have natural detoxifying benefits.

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3. Glowing Skin Smoothie Recipe

via Simple Vegan Blog

The flax seeds and raspberries in this bright, berry-hued drink help minimize irritation and redness in the skin. If you don’t mind messing with the color, feel free to add any leafy green you prefer.

4. Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie

via Desserts with Benefits

This creamy smoothie is made with Greek yogurt and organic grapes, and while it may taste indulgent, it’s free of refined sugar and high in fiber and protein.

5. Healthy Kiwi Smoothie

via Taste of Home

If you’re interested in keeping the almond flavor, but don’t want to use extract, add a small spoonful of almond butter or a splash of almond milk. Between frozen fruit and yogurt, this smoothie will be thick and delicious without the ice.

6. Pineapple Coconut Breakfast Smoothie

via PBS

You’ll have visions of a Caribbean vacation with this virgin pina colada smoothie. Use light coconut milk and try toasting some flaked coconut and sprinkling on top.

7. Chocolate Cherry Smoothie

via Food.com

Chocolate for breakfast? Yes, please. Keep the cherries mostly frozen for a thicker drink.

8. Green Tea Smoothie

via Eat, Live, Run

This frothy smoothie uses a strong-brewed green tea and almond milk. To make it thicker, either freeze the melon or add a handful of ice.

9. Healthy Banana-Oat Smoothie

via Martha Stewart

If you’re looking for a filling boost of protein then this is the breakfast smoothie for you. Top with walnuts or swap the honey for maple syrup for delicious variation.

10. Coffee and Banana Smoothie

via Health

This smoothie is great for those mornings when your brain is still thinking about bed, but your body is headed to work. With a filling banana and a hit of caffeine, you’ll be set to take on the day. Adding a dash of cocoa powder will make this smoothie extra special.

11. Creamsicle Breakfast Smoothie 

via Eating Well

This recipe starts with coconut water which is an excellent source of electrolytes and potassium. Basically, this is a decadent kick of energy to kick start your morning.

12. Tofu Fruit Smoothies

via Cooking Light

This is a great dairy-free option. The tofu will create a silky, filling drink with lots of protein. If you aren’t a fan of white grape juice, try using pomegranate juice instead.

13. Gingery Berry and Oat Smoothie

via Real Simple

Do your immune system some good with a shot of antioxidants from blueberries and ginger. This recipe would be great with frozen peaches, too. Feel free to swap the brown sugar for honey or agave syrup.

14. Green Goddess Smoothie Recipe

via Women’s Health

This is your low calorie (less than 200 calories per serving), nutrient-packed, take-on-the-day energy smoothie. The recipe calls for low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt, but for breakfast you might want to use nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt instead.

15. Raspberry Blackberry Breakfast Smoothie

via allrecipes.com

Tart berries like raspberries and blackberries will jump start your morning. Because of the seeds, you should allow the smoothie to blend longer than usual, or you can strain it. Topping this smoothie with a little granola will make for a lovely weekend brunch appetizer.

16. POM Breakfast Smoothie Recipe

via Smoothieweb

This is an ultimate healthy smoothie. Pomegranate juice, almonds, protein powder, and banana all mixed together in one tasty treat. If you prefer almond butter, you could use a tablespoon of that instead of the raw almonds.