We all know that a nourishing breakfast is crucial to a healthy lifestyle, but I admit that I get tired of having eggs every morning. Since I’m trying not to eat grains, cereal and pancakes aren’t in my normal breakfast rotation, so having a variety of healthy breakfast smoothie recipes saves me from getting bored.
I have to go easy on smoothies because they can contain a lot of sugar, but they’re a great way to get more nutrition into our diets.One of my personal favorites is a green smoothie with collards, kale, apples, and pears, and my son almost always has a chocolate banana smoothie before school. I like to add an egg to give him some protein.
I used a small blender to make our smoothies for years, and it worked okay, but I was always fighting with it to get all the pieces down into the blades and get them blended smooth enough for our liking. It wasn’t until I got my Ninja Blender that I started making smoothies regularly. It never ceases to amaze me how much easier cooking is when you have the right kitchen tools on hand.
The Ninja XL features 6 uniquely stacked Ninja blades that crush ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. I don’t even have to cut up my fruits anymore. There are 3 speeds, plus a pulse function, which provide all the blending options you could possibly need; and the 72-ounce pitcher is BPA-free and dishwasher safe. Plus, I love the stainless steel finish. It looks so chic sitting on my kitchen counter.
Now that it’s getting nicer outside and my foot is finally healing, I’m taking this #MakeYourMove challenge from Kohl’s to the next level. Finding some new healthy breakfast smoothie recipes is just one more way I’m making my move towards a healthier, happier 2015.
If you love smoothies and are in need of some more recipes to add to your repertoire, here are nine healthy breakfast smoothie recipes you might want to try. Some are my tried and true recipes, and others are from my friends and food bloggers. Enjoy!
10 Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipes
Protein-Packed Banana Berry Smoothie | Modern Housewife
Bikini Body Smoothie | Boulder Locavore
Banana Peach Almond Smoothie | Boulder Locavore
Perfect Pennsylvania Green Smoothie | Eco Incongnito
Chocolate Banana Smoothie | Jo-Lynne Shane
Avocado Banana Smoothie | Trial and Eater
Strawberry Blueberry Banana Smoothie | Jo-Lynne Shane
Simple Green Smoothie | Nourished Simply
Sunshine Smoothie | Boulder Locavore
Mango Green Tea Smoothie | A Spicy Perspective
I’m always looking to add new smoothies to my repertoire. If you have a tried and true healthy breakfast smoothie recipe that you love, leave me a link to it in the comments!
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Kohl’s.
13 thoughts on “Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipes”
We love smoothies over here! The kids think it’s a special treat when I make smoothies for dessert– they don’t know it’s healthy!
Score one for mom! 🙂 Gotta luv that.
I LOVE my Ninja slow cooker – will have to check out the blender!!! Huge smoothie fans here – I have a small one-sized smoothie maker but we are using it all the time!
So I have a random stupid question – with the smoothie you make for D, the egg you add, is that cooked? Not-cooked? Never heard of putting an egg in a smoothie before!
The egg is just raw. I get local, pastured, organic brown eggs from our CSA.
The mango green tea one looks delish.
Here is my favorite smoothie recipe. With the almond butter, it has an excellent source of protein and is really satisfying.
Ooooh, that sounds good.
Thanks for featuring my avocado smoothie! People usually think it sounds weird at first, but it’s really good! I’m going to have to get these others a try.
It’s a great way to get good nutritious fats into your diet! 🙂
I LOVE smoothies – probably because I think my Ninja is a life-changer. I received one for Christmas about a year and a half ago and LIVE for it. Love all of the recipes you have here….will have to try them all. So many great options. I’ve never been a fan of adding chocolate, but love all the green – and the mango looks delicious.
My kids like smoothies, I have a hard time with how thick they can be… but these recipes look SO GOOD!! They are sure to be a hit with my kids.
Annnnd its now confirmed. I need a Ninja in my life. These smoothies look so yummy!