I tried to pick the healthiest, easiest and most tasty healthy green smoothies for weight loss recipes for this blog post. They look so pretty! Everyone knows that green smoothies are healthy, quick, easy and a good way to get fruit and veggies in your diet.
There are about a million healthy Green Smoothies for Weight Loss out there and they are all very similar. I tried to pick the healthiest, easiest and tastiest recipes for this blog post. I hope you enjoy them and they help you lose weight and get a little more healthy food in your diet.
Some of these recipes are made with coconut water which seems to be a very common ingredient in a lot of green smoothies. I tried to pick some with coconut water and some without for a variety. I’m sure that if you like all the ingredients in a recipe that calls for coconut water you could substitute another liquid for it. I would suggest just water or your choice of milk.
Below each recipe title is a short list of the fruits and vegetables in each to help you know the difference between them so you don’t have to search through all of them to see all the ingredients.
You can certainly choose your favorite ingredients and come up with your own favorite Green Smoothies for Weight Loss. I think these recipes will give you some great ideas and a standard recipe to start with. It is true that some combinations taste better than others. Experiment and have a good time doing it! I hope this is helpful. Let me know if it is.
If you like these Green Smoothies for Weight Loss, you may also like these recipes:
Green Smoothies for Weight Loss
1. Tropical Green Smoothie – My Natural Family
Spinach – Banana – Orange – Pineapple – Avocado – Coconut Milk
The best part of smoothies is how easy they are to make. Most people can handle tossing fruits and vegetables into a blender. Make sure to actually measure the greens. I like to use the coconut milk from a can because I think it has the best flavor but you can use it from a carton if you want to. The avocado is my secret ingredient. It helps keep things from separating and makes it smooth and creamy without any weird avocado taste. I had a couple drops of essential oil to make it refreshing and to add flavor too.
2. Berry Green Smoothie – Get Inspired Everyday
Bananas – Blueberries – Strawberries – Spinach – Coconut Water – Vanilla – Greek Yogurt
I love to put frozen bananas in my smoothies it adds a texture to the smoothie and you can’t even taste the banana flavor very well. I also put greek yogurt in my smoothies often for the added creaminess. Anytime a smoothie isn’t completely green from the spinach or other greens it is helpful to my children it looks more appetizing and they are more likely to more of it and I can sneak in some healthy greens.
3. Raspberry Mango Chia Seed Smoothie – Easy Peasy Mealz
Apple Juice – Raspberries – Mango – Spinach – Chia Seeds – Water
I really like putting fruit juice in my smoothies to add to the flavor but I know it isn’t the best option when you are trying to cut down on sugar. Using fruit juice is a good option when you are dairy-free and can’t have any kinds of milk to make the smoothie thinner. My sister can’t have dairy and so she uses apple or orange juice in her smoothies and loves it, also the flavor combination of mango and raspberry sounds really good together!
4. Greek Yogurt Green Smoothie – Green Healthy Cooking
Greek Yogurt – Cucumber – Pear – Kiwi – Spinach – Bok Choy – Kale – Water – Honey
This net one is the ultimate green smoothie it has three different types of greens and 3 additional green veggies or fruits on top of that. It doesn’t get much greener than that folks! I personally don’t think I can handle that many greens in my smoothies but I included because I knew some of you would enjoy this super healthy smoothie option.
5. Green Blueberry Banana Smoothie – Recipe Runner
I am not a huge fan of flaxseeds but I know they have a lot of nutrients and I like this recipe because it uses flaxseed meal instead of the whole flaxseed which helps with not having the texture. I like the idea of hiding the nutrients in my smoothie.
6. Blueberry Peach Kale Chia Smoothie – Jelly Toast Blog
I love how versatile smoothies can be and how well a lot of fruit goes together. It makes it so I can have a different flavor of smoothie every day if I want to for breakfast or a snack. I love to have different recipes to experiment with my favorite combinations are. And enough though smoothies are one of the simplest items to make it also helps to pre-portion out the ingredients for a smoothie in little bags and write on it what it is so in the morning when I am in a rush I can
7. Grape Mango Kale Smoothie – Jelly Toast Blog
Red Grapes – Watermelon – Mango – Kale – Carrot – Coconut Water – Lemon Juice – Date – Ice
These next couple of smoothies include ingredients that I would not have necessarily thought of or paired together but sounded interesting to me. I have never tried putting grapes into a smoothie because I assumed you would need to peel them before putting them in the blender but in this recipe they simply put them in whole. I might have to give it a try, I enjoy frozen grapes as a snack so i would be surprised if it is tasty!
8. Mexican Green Smoothie – Feasting At Home
Orange – Pineapple – Turkish Cucumber – Kale – Avocado – Banana – Kale – Jalapeno – Cilantro – Lime – Jalapeno
So I included this recipe but I am a little hesitant personally to try it. It has a couple of things in it I am not a huge fan of but thought some of you might like the flavor combination. I am sure the jalapeno gives it a little punch of flavor to enjoy!
9. Green Super Food Smoothie – Heavenly NN Healthy
Peach – Banana – Honeydew – Avocado – Cucumber – Spinach – Mint Leaves – Coconut Water
Alright, this last one seems pretty typical except for putting the honeydew melon in it. I don’t really buy them very often but I might have to get one and put what we don’t eat into this smoothie recipe! It is always looking for new ones to try. If I am really lucky my children will like some of the recipes on this list.