9 Vegetable-Filled Fruit Smoothies for Healthy, Smooth Sipping

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Ah smoothies: the ultimate way for your salad to taste like dessert.

Easy to make, easy to take, easy when you wake, smoothies are a great way to get in your recommended fruits and veg allowance, not to mention keep your energy levels high and build muscle to improve athletic performance. Great as a snack or as a meal replacement, smoothies are a lifesaver. Below, we share our favorite fruit smoothie recipes. Bottoms up!


1. Almond, Kale and Banana Smoothie

This recipe is as delicious as it is nutritious! One good tip: as your bananas turn the cusp of getting overly ripe, peel the skins and pop them in the freezer for future use. You won’t need as much ice if using frozen bananas. Double score!

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Get The Recipe: Almond Kale and Banana Smoothie

Bobby Flay's Coconut Water Smoothie with Mango, Banana, and Strawberries

2. Coconut Water Smoothie with Mango, Banana and Strawberries

Just top it off with a tiny cocktail umbrella and let this ultra hydrating hint-of-honey refreshment transport you to a tropical island far, far away.

Photo courtesy of Bobby Flay

Get The Recipe: Coconut Water Smoothie with Mango Banana and Strawberries


3. Blood Orange Green Smoothie

As die-hard fans of The Minimalist Baker (remember her amazing veggie bowl?), we were psyched to try this tarty yet creamy green smoothie. Packed with nothing but healthy ingredients, the lime juice is the real zinger that truly made this concoction stand out.

Photo courtesy of The Minimalist Baker

Get The Recipe: Blood Orange Green Smoothie

Green Kitchen Stories Creamy Sesame Orange Smoothie

4. Creamy Sesame and Orange Smoothie

We were so intrigued by this unusual sesame, orange and vanilla combo, brought to you by the insanely talented husband and wife team of Green Kitchen Stories. This recipe also taught us a thing or two about the highs and lows of sesame seeds and its nutritional values. It’s definitely worth a try!

Photo courtesy of Green Kitchen Stories

Get The Recipe: Creamy Sesame and Orange Smoothie

Berry Beet Velvet Smoothie

5. Berry Beet Velvet Smoothie

We are huge beet fans here at Green Queen, so we were thrilled to find this vegan and gluten-free smoothie over at The First Mess. This deliciously vibrant colored smoothie went perfectly with their recommendation of coconut butter shavings!

Photo courtesy of The First Mess

Get The Recipe: Berry Beet Velvet Smoothie

Banana Coconut Coco Smoothie

6. Banana Coconut Cacao

In one of our favorite non-veggie smoothies, Julia Gartland of Sassy Kitchen makes sure to up the brain power ante in this gluten- and dairy-free delight by adding coconut milk, banana and hempseed booster to keep your tummy feeling fuller longer.

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Get The Recipe: Banana Coconut Cacao Smoothie with Hempseeds

Green Hydration Smoothie

7. Green Rehydration Smoothie

This adaptation of Sprouted Kitchen with avocados added (hello, healthy fats!) is a smart way to stave off hunger. This recipe is also just the ticket for those of us who aren’t into super sweet smoothies!

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Vanilla Fruit Smoothie

8. Vanilla Fruit Smoothie

Former New York Times lead food columnist and vegan ’til 6PM Mark Bittman offers a convenient, nutritious and easy smoothie recipe as a savory breakfast option for those short on time in the morning.

Photo courtesy of The New York Times

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Martha Stewart Smoothie

9. Blueberry Almond Butter Smoothie

Rich in antioxidants and blended with flaxseeds for omega-3s, this delicious drink has the vitamins, nutrients, and minerals your body needs to combat cold and flu season. As an added bonus, this recipe also includes a video tutorial for all you visual learners, featuring Martha Stewart Living’s food editor, Shira Bocar.

Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart 

Get The Recipe: Blueberry Almond Butter Smoothie


  • Jenny Star Lor

    Jenny Star Lor is Green Queen’s resident eco wellness writer. She is passionate about reducing her carbon footprint, loves all things fitness and enjoys tasting her way through Hong Kong’s veggie dining options. Originally from Los Angeles, she now calls Hong Kong home. Previously, she wrote and reported for global publications such as The Hollywood Reporter and US Weekly. She is also a passionate pole dancer and teaches classes across Hong Kong.

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