7 Days 7 Delicious Nutritious Smoothies

Are you looking for a powerhouse of nutrition first thing in the morning that is delicious, fast, satisfying, and nutritious?

A vibrant tasty smoothie is just the thing!

What you will need:


If you are lucky enough to have a high-power blender then making these smoothies will be super easy! But you can certainly whip these up in a regular blender as well. You just might need to let your frozen fruit soften a little bit first. I have an Amazon link below. These blenders are definitely an investment, but well worth it.

Vitamix blender

Liquid: This can be whole milk, 2 % milk, non-dairy milk such as hemp, almond, coconut, cashew, oat, or soy. I also love using coconut water.

Frozen fruits: probably the most common is frozen banana. It adds great creaminess and sweetness. Also, wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries. I prefer to use organic berries whenever possible. Other good choices: mango, pineapple, cherries, cranberries, blackberries, peaches, nectarines, etc. Anytime I have leftover fruit, I throw it in the freezer for future use.

Frozen vegetables: spinach, kale, cauliflower. (If I have any of these fresh vegetables getting close to the expiration date, I throw them in the freezer to use for smoothies)

Fresh vegetables: greens, spinach, kale. Kale is my favorite. I love the creaminess it adds to the texture.

Protein Powders: Naturade Vegan Smart all in one, Truvani (I love the chocolate and the vanilla but this is a pricey powder), Sunwarrior unsweetened protein powder or the vanilla

Add-ins: cacao nibs, cacao powder, nut butter, turmeric, vanilla

Seeds: flax, chia, hemp, sunflower, pumpkin

Nuts: walnuts, cashews, almonds, Brazil

Super boost: acai powder, wheat grass, spirulina, barley grass extract, turmeric (works best when used with black pepper), protein powder

Toppers: bee pollen, cacao nibs, fresh berries, swirl of nut butter

As I continue my weight-loss-get-healthy journey, I find myself turning to smoothies every morning. You can also control the calorie count based on what types of liquid you use, and the amount of fat added.

My gift to you this Spring is the recipes for the seven smoothies I had for breakfast this past week. All recipes are for one serving.



Pretty in Strawberry pink
Pretty in Strawberry Pink Smoothie
Pretty in Strawberry Pink ingredients
Pretty in Strawberry Pink Smoothie Ingredients


½ cup frozen organic strawberries

½ cup frozen organic raspberries

½ cup pink dragon fruit cubed frozen

1 frozen banana (you can slice up your over-ripe bananas and freeze them. I just peel them and throw them in the freezer. I break them in ½ if you haven’t sliced them)

1 orange peeled and quartered.

1 frozen jackfruit pod (optional)

½ cup coconut water

½ cup unsweetened organic soymilk

Start by placing the liquid in the blender. Add in all the rest of the ingredients and puree till smooth. 

Calories 331



Pina Colada Smoothie
Pina Colada Smoothie, Ritual vitamins and Large glass of water
Pina Colada ingredients
Pina Colada ingredients


½ cup coconut water

½ cup almond milk

1 frozen banana

1 cup frozen pineapple

¼ cup of raw coconut chunks (can be replaced with 1-2 Tablespoons of unsweetened shredded coconut).

1 teaspoon of flax seeds

1 scoop of protein powder

Place all in a blender. Blend until smooth.

Calories 396



Super Bee Shamrock
Super Bee Shamrock
Super ingredients
Super ingredients
Super Bee Shamrock ingredients
My favorite Medjool dates


½ cup coconut water

½ cup almond milk

1 cup raw kale

1 Brazil nut

½ teaspoon of spirulina (optional)

½ teaspoon of barley grass powdered extract (optional)

½ cup frozen mango

½ cup frozen pineapple

1 frozen banana

1 Medjool date (I love Nut Cravings brand of dates. They are plump and moist. Make sure you take the pit out!)

1 teaspoon flax

½ teaspoon turmeric powder

1/8 teaspoon of black pepper or a few grinds


1 teaspoon bee pollen (optional)

Mix all ingredients in the blender except bee pollen. Blend till smooth sprinkle top with pollen.

Calories: 400



Acai Berry Blast
ingredients for Acai Berry Blast


½ cup coconut water

½ cup almond milk

½ cup organic strawberries (Cascadian Farms berries are my favorite. They are bright red and full of flavor)

1 pack of frozen unsweetened Acai smoothie pack

1 frozen banana

1 scoop of protein powder

I like to measure out my liquid first. Then I place the unopened frozen acai pack into the measuring cup and add hot water to defrost it while I measure everything else into the blender. Give it a whirl and enjoy! This is definitely one of my favorites!

Calories: 340



Chocolate Monkey Magic
Chocolate Monkey Magic Smoothie
Choc Monkey magic
Chocolate Monkey magic ingredients


1 cup soy milk

1 frozen banana

1 tablespoon natural peanut butter

1 scoop chocolate protein mix. (Can use plain or vanilla, just add 2 teaspoons of cacao powder)

Not many ingredients here but it is super tasty. Reminds me of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. And it is loaded with protein!

Blend all together and enjoy.

Calories: 411


Rosy Berry Power Punch

Rosy Berry Power Punch
Rosy Berry Power Punch ingredients
Jackfruit pod


1 cup mixed frozen organic berries (I used 1/4 cup each wild blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries)

1 orange peeled and quartered

1 jackfruit pod (optional)

1 Brazil nut

1 teaspoon flax seeds

1 teaspoon hemp seeds

1 teaspoon chia seeds

Blend it up and enjoy!

Calories: 405



Molly asked me to double the batch so she could have some, too!

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Hers and Hers Vanilla Blueberry Tofu Smoothie
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Organic Silken Tofu
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Vanilla Blueberry tofu smoothie ingredients
Watkins Vanilla
My favorite vanilla for smoothies

This recipe is adapted from Rhonda Parkinson from The Spruce Eats


6 oz silken tofu 

1 frozen banana

2/3 cup soy milk

1 cup frozen wild blueberries

1 tablespoon raw honey

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Awhile back I was so nervous to taste a tofu smoothie. I was shocked at how delicious it was! This is a recipe I have now been making for years. Super delicious and high in protein!

Place all ingredients in blender and give it a whirl!

Calories: 413


And just for fun, I am throwing in one of my all-time favorite weirdest detox smoothie recipes. I adapted it just a bit.

This comes from Medical Medium by Anthony Willliam. I crave this smoothie and get very excited when I know it is on my breakfast menu.

For those feeling adventurous:


Recipe adapted from Medical Medium heavy metal detox by Anthony William

Blueberry orange seaweed detox
Blueberry Orange Seaweed smoothie ingredients
Atlantic Dulse (Seaweed)


¾ cup coconut water

1 whole orange quartered

1 frozen banana

1 cup wild blueberries frozen

½ cup tightly packed cilantro (Make sure you wash it well. (Organic is best, but I use what I can get) I know not everyone likes cilantro, but this is an important detox ingredient.

½ teaspoon barley grass powdered extract

1/2 tablespoon Atlantic dulse

½ teaspoon ground turmeric

Grind of pepper

1 Brazil nut

Place everything in the blender and blend. Smoothie will “gel” up if left too long. Best to drink while it’s fresh.

Calories: 256


Do you have a favorite smoothie that you just love and make on repeat? 

I hope you give one or all of these recipes a try! Let me know what you think.

Are you missing any ingredients? Feel free to substitute and ENJOY!

I look forward to reading your comments below!

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  1. The smoothie with tofu is AMAZING! I have learned to trust Angelina’s recommendations and this really proved her right. I love the extra protein boost, too, but mostly I just loved the flavor!

  2. Thanks for sharing. I definitely want to try some of these. Funny, I just bought unsweetened almond milk to start making smoothies again! I’m trying the protein mix from Flavcity…chocolate peanut butter.

    1. Oh that sounds tasty! Let me know if you try any of the smoothies Kim. I would love to get your feedback! And as always, thanks so much for your comments!

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