Don’t act like you didn’t see this page coming? If you are an avid reader, you know I have a love for smoothies. It could be -10 degrees outside, but you better believe I’m sitting under blankets in sweat pants having a smoothie bowl (… and maybe complaining to my husband that I’m cold, Ha Ha!).

I’ve received countless comments on my smoothies, and thought this page would be a great way to share some of them with you. Enjoy =)

Strawberry Smoothies (without protein powder)

  • Strawberry Banana: 1 cup frozen strawberries, 1 frozen banana, 1 cup milk, yogurt, ice
  • Banana Split: 1 cup milk, ½ frozen banana, ½ cup frozen strawberries, ¼ cup pineapple chunks, ice
  • Strawberry and Oats: 1 cup frozen strawberries, ½ -1 banana, 1 cup milk, yogurt, ¼ cup rolled oats
  • Wake-Me Up Smoothie: ¼-1/3  cup oats, ½ frozen banana, ½-1 cup strawberries, ½ cup berries, /4 cup milk (or water), ice
  • Strawberry Spinach: 1 cup frozen strawberries, ½ cup chopped spinach, 1 cup milk, ice
  • Strawberry Apple: 1 cup frozen strawberries, 1-2 apples (cut into small pieces), 1 tsp. vanilla extract, 1 cup water (or milk), few ice cubes
  • Strawberry Coconut: 1 cup frozen strawberries, 1 cup coconut water (coconut milk would work too), yogurt, 1-2 tbsp. peanut butter, ice
  • Strawberry Cheesecake: 1 ½ cup water, 1 cup frozen strawberries, 4 tbsp. low-fat sour cream (cottage cheese would work too), 1 tsp. vanilla extract, ice

Pumpkin Smoothies

  • Pumpkin: ½ cup pumpkin, ½ -1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon honey, cinnamon, ice
  • Pumpkin Green Monster: 1 cup milk, ½ frozen banana, ½ cup chopped spinach, ½ cup pumpkin, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, cinnamon, ice
  • Cinnamon Pumpkin: ½ cup pumpkin, 1 frozen banana, 1/3 cup water, 1 scoop vanilla or cinnamon bun protein powder, yogurt, 1-2 tsp. cinnamon
  • Blueberry Pumpkin Protein: ½ cup pumpkin, 1 cup frozen blueberries, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, 1 cup milk, ice

Blueberry Smoothies

  • Blueberry Banana Coconut: 1 cup coconut water, ¾ cup frozen blueberries, 1 frozen banana, ice
  • Blueberry: 1-1 ½ cup milk, ¾ cup frozen blueberries, 1 tsp. vanilla extract, ice
  • Green Blueberry and Banana: 1 cup coconut water, ¾ cup coconut water, 1 frozen banana, celery-chopped into tiny pieces (yes celery), ice



14 thoughts on “Smoothies

  1. Hi, what is your usual daily smoothie? Do you find a lot of fruit can be overwhelming or floppy on the stomach? I like fruit (a lot) but find I cant overload too much in one sitting, so I worry about smoothie recipes with a lot of fruit. Do you add healthy fat to your smoothie (i.e. flax, coconut oil, etc). Thanks.
    Also, ,what is your typical nighttime snack? Would LOVE to see more typical days from you.
    I was thinking about trying about whey protein, but hear the pure whey isolate is the best (no “concentrate” and no extra weird sweeteners). Thoughts on brands? I also hear vegan ones are good, what do you think? Theyy are expensive, so I don’t want to fool up. Thanks again. Happy Holidays.

    • Hi Rachel!!

      I hardly ever drink the same smoothie once a week (unless I’m hooked on one Ha Ha). I’ve found that mostly all fruits are okay, just don’t over do it with Bananas. Bananas can cause constipation if eaten too many. However, if you just continue to mix up the fruit you use, you’ll be fine. I’ve actually never tried flax before, but have only heard wonderful things about it. I definitely recommend some sort of healthy fat; peanut butter, or coconut oil are good ideas. I know certain milks can be hard on someone stomach, so I always use almond milk.. sometimes I’ll do 1/2 tofu, 1/2 milk.. or even just water/coconut water. When it come to protein powder.. I’ve been using Myofusion Probiotic from gaspari Nutrition. I’ve tried plant fusion, but the taste just wasn’t there for me. Myofusion has so many wonderful flavors that I think you’d really enjoy. It makes it even easier to change up your flavors in your smoothies. I buy mine from vitacost. It’s about 25 dollars for a 2 lb container. Not a bad price at all =)

      I’ve been extremely busy lately, but I will continue to add more smoothie creations to when I get a chance.

      Hope this was helpful for you.

      **Ohh & my nighttime snack almost always changes.

      • Thanks for the reply. I’m going to google the myofusion. My worry is that its not 100% pure whey isolate…I’d rather have a pure, digestively “easY’ powder versus one that might have a bunch of complicated stuff, ha.

  2. YOU ARE THE BEST GIRL!!!! THANK YOU for making this page!!!! It is going to be so helpful when I am craving a delicious smoothie but am at a loss for something new!! 🙂

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  4. this page is great!!! I love all of these smoothie ideas! Usually I just stick with the classic banana and peanut butter, but I’m going to have to try something like strawberry cheesecake now!

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