This is a compilation of smoothie recipes shared on Project Healthy Ever After’s Facebook page for Smoothie Tuesday #8. If you missed previous Smoothie Tuesdays, you can check out the smoothie recipes here.
Today I’m sharing a couple of smoothie recipes throughout the day because I have so many smoothies it would take me years of Tuesdays to share them all. We started the day off with my Berry Caramello Smoothie. This smoothie is inspired by my time living in Playas del Coco, Costa Rica.
Need a mid-afternoon snack? How about my Persimmon Coconut Smoothie. This is a smoothie my hubby and I have been enjoying for the past week in the mornings. Light and refreshing for the Fall.
And the last smoothie I’m sharing today is a smoothie inspired by a drink with the same name – Mint Cherry Ginger Goddess Smoothie. I just love that name!
We had a fantastic turn out for today’s Smoothie Tuesday. There were so many delicious recipes shared that it is going to be hard trying to decide which one to try first.
Check out what everyone brought and if you try one be sure to report back here as well as with who shared their smoothie delight.
Green Tea Mango Energy Smoothie from A Harmony Healing
Anabelle’s Clean Eating and Fitness Page shared a Mini Pumpkin Protien Shake. Ingredients: 3 “ice cubes” of pumpkin, 1/2 cup of skim milk, generous sprinkle of cinnamon and a few drops of stevia.
Arlene Sachs Wilder is inspired by Smoothie Tuesdays and made a “Kitchen Sink Smoothie”! Ingredients: Ice cubes, blueberries, 1 banana, 1 scoop whey protein, a splash of unsweetened vanilla almond milk, approx. 3 tbsp. plain yogurt, and honey.
Green Energy Smoothie from Citron Limette
Eat Food, Be Healthy shares this smoothie tip: I’ve been using a high pulp orange juice as my smoothie base, and adding in whatever frozen fruit I have! It’s usually strawberries and peaches. It comes out so creamy you’d think I put yogurt in it!
7 Detox Smoothies from Girl Get Strong (shared by Eat Food, Be Healthy)
Blackberry Apple Berry Green Smoothie Recipe with Coconut from Incredible Smoothies (shared by Eat Food, Be Healthy
To Max Green Smoothie from Eat Good 4 Life
Orange Banana Smoothie from Food Done Light
Green Fruit Smoothie from Full Belly Sisters
H Squared Wellness shared her Berry Smoothie. Ingredients: Banana, frozen blackberries, frozen blueberries, 1/2 coconut milk, cinnamon a touch of honey and blend!
Berry Breakfast Smoothie from Healthy Mama
Cayenne Pepper Smoothie from Healthy Mama
Key Lime Pie Smoothie from Healthy Mama
Peaches and Cream Breakfast Smoothie from Healthy Mama
Zucchini Smoothie from Healthy Mama
Hun, what’s for Dinner? stopped by with a smoothie Nutty Monkey Smoothie she and her daughter made for snack time today. Ingredients: 1 large ripe banana, 1 single serving vanilla yogurt, 1 Tbs Nutella, 1 Tbs natural Peanut Butter, 2 tsp ground flax seeds, 1/2 C low fat milk. Directions: Throw everything in your blender and let er rip!!
Pineapple Orange Chobani Smoothie from Knead to Cook
Beet Carrot Ginger Juice/Smoothie from Living Simply Gluten Free
Moore or Less Cooking Blog shares this Pumpkin Pie Smoothie from Food.com.
• 1 15-ounce can pumpkin (chilled)
• 1 12-ounce can evaporated milk (chilled)
• 8 ounces vanilla yogurt
• 1/4 cup sugar
• 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
• Whipped cream, to taste (optional)
1. Combine pumpkin, milk, yogurt, sugar and spice in a blender; cover.
2. Blend until mixture is smooth.
3. Pour into glasses; top with whipped cream (if desired) and an additional sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice. Serves four.
The Hulkster from My Crowded Kitchen
Pumpkin Pie Smoothie from My Love For Cooking
Berry Bran Protein Smoothie from On the Go Cooking Show
Pumpkin Spiced Avocado Smoothie from Savory Simple
Super Foods Power Smoothie from Savory Simple
Very Berry Italian Cream Sodas from Sumptuous Spoonfuls
Apple Cinnamon Protein Smoothie from The Fountain Avenue Kitchen
Strawberry Surprise Smoothie from The Nutrition Guru and The Chef
Mango Strawberry Smoothie from Vanilla Clouds and Lemon Drops
Berry and Watercress Smoothie from Vegetarian Mamma
So what did you think? Which one was your favorite? Share it in the comments.
Or do you have a smoothie to share? Simply post to to Project Healthy Ever After’s Facebook Page every Tuesday.