Need new recipes for smoothies made with vegetables and fruit that taste great? Look no further than this list!
While all of these recipes have veggies, they don’t all look like green smoothies.
From berry smoothies to tropical flavors in each sip, I’m confident that you’ll find a recipe that meets your nutritional needs!
Best Smoothie Recipes with Vegetables
Your whole family will love these smoothies featuring spinach, greens, avocados, and more veggies!
Triple Berry & Spinach Smoothie
Juicy berries, creamy yogurt plus a handful of spinach. This is one delicious way to start your day.
Blueberry Smoothie Bowl
This nutrient-packed smoothie bowl tastes like blueberry and vanilla soft serve!
Pineapple Spinach Smoothie
Easy, creamy smoothie recipe, packed with your daily greens!
Strawberry Smoothie Bowl with Avocado
A delightful strawberry smoothie bowl recipe with it lots of fiber, protein, healthy fats, and it’s also low in sugar.
Blueberry Spinach Smoothie
This delicious recipe will help you drink your daily glass of greens -guaranteed.
Pack the veggies into bags with your favorite fruits, by building your own smoothie packs. When you’re ready for them simply add liquid & blend!
Prune Juice Smoothie
A delicious and healthy drink with fiber, vitamins, and all the benefits of prune juice and spinach.
Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
This chocolate smoothie bowl is high in fiber and protein. It’s got avocado, prunes & chia seeds for extra nutrition.
Vegetables That Go Well In Smoothies
While most of the above recipes feature spinach, the possibilities are endless!
Below is a list of vegetables and the amount you can toss into 1 smoothie for enhanced texture and nutrition. Since I want you sipping on something delicious, I also left recommendations on how to pair each veggie with different smoothie flavors.
Let’s get to it!
- 1 cup baby spinach– add it to any fruit-based or chocolate smoothie. If the color green is an issue, make sure there are blueberries or raspberries in the recipe.
- 1 cup kale– blend it into any berry, tropical fruit, or chocolate smoothie. *Same note as above on the green color.
- ½ avocado– tastes wonderful in chocolate-flavored smoothies!
- ½ cup steamed carrots– the color and flavor work for pineapple or mango-based smoothies.
- ½ cup butternut squash– use frozen or steamed squash in pineapple or mango-based smoothies.
- ½ cup steamed beets– has a strong color and flavor that works best in berry-based smoothies.
- ½ cup zucchini- has an undetectable flavor that you can blend into any smoothie.
- ½ cup diced– adds hydration and works deliciously with tropical fruit smoothies (pineapple, mango, orange).
- 1 cup diced cauliflower core– goes in ANY smoothie and adds plenty of volume.
Check out this quick video to see how I save my cauliflower cores for future veggie smoothies.