Top Rated Smoothie Recipes

Superfood Smoothie
Hemp seeds come highly recommended as a protein-additive by Jasmine Jafferali, lifestyle and wellness consultant and creator of the Snack Smart Solutions app. She tells us that hemp “contains all 9 essential amino acids, as well as all 20 amino acids,” which will give you the biggest protein boost possible. See our best smoothie recipes.
View Recipe
5

Justin’s
Smoothies (or blends with benefits as we like to call them) are a great and fun way to enjoy something cool, tasty and as far as we can see it, nutritious. Justin’s takes smoothies to a whole other level in its first-ever cookbook, Justin My Kitchen, that can easily be made at home or in your office kitchen.For a fun twist on the classic sammie, whip up this smooth and creamy frozen delight for a changeup in your lunchtime routine. Feeling friendly and nostalgic? Split it in half with your co-worker like you probably did on the playground in elementary school.
View Recipe
4.5

grape smoothie
For a filling, nutritious, on-the-go breakfast, try making this grape-filled fruit smoothie.Recipe comes courtesy of Grapes of California.
View Recipe
4.5

Green Smoothie
Recipe Courtesy of a2 MilkA deliciously creamy smoothie with an indulgent taste that's perfect for St. Patrick's Day (or for the potential post-St. Patrick's Day hangover). 
View Recipe
4.5

I'll start off by saying that I'm pretty lucky to have kids who eat their greens. But even if I didn't, I think this Spooky Green Smoothie would be irresistible to them. If you have a kid who avoids eating his or her greens, this drink treat (just in time for Halloween) may just be the answer to your prayers. On a vegetable nutrition ranking, spinach is way up at the top in terms of vitamin and mineral richness. Packed with vitamins K and A, magnesium, and folate — just to name just a few — there's no doubt why Popeye ate so much of the stuff. It gives this delicious drink a beautiful green color as well as a mild, sweet flavor that will surprise you. With the added (healthy) sweetness from banana and agave, this smoothie will be the perfect Hallo-WEE-n treat for your kids and their friends this holiday. My hope is that they like it so much, you'll be making it year-round!
View Recipe
4

PB&J Smoothie
A new spin on a lunch classic. Include the whey protein if you are drinking pre- or post-gym. Unless you plan to or have exercised recently, the whey protein won’t really be a health benefit. See our best smoothie recipes.
View Recipe
4

We got the beet, we got the beet, we got the beet… smoothie! Beets combined with vitamin-filled fruits like blueberries, mango, and peaches makes this smoothie not only delicious, but healthy, too.
View Recipe
4

This recipe is a great way to get in your dose of beta carotene. Trust us, this recipe that isn’t just for the rabbits.
View Recipe
4

You know those fruits that show up in the produce section around this time of year that look like odd orange tomatoes, and you have no idea what they are, or what to do with them? We’re breaking the mystery for you: Persimmons are fruits, and play an excellent starring role in this recipe. 
View Recipe
4

½ cup pomegranate juice½ cup apple juice½ carrot3 cups of spinach (fresh or frozen)
View Recipe
4

Berry Smoothie
The numerous antioxidants in all types of berries help the body fight oxidative stress, and this is crucial for the eyes. With age, many parts of the eye will degenerate, but berries can slow this process down and preserve good eye health. The more (natural) colors on your plate, the better! See 9 Drinks That Will Improve Your Eye Sight.
View Recipe
3.4

The PB&J Smoothie
Feeling slightly nostalgic? This smoothie features the iconic pairing you’ve loved since childhood.
View Recipe
2