Green smoothies pack a punch of nutrients and are great for dieters since they tend to be lower in natural sugars than all fruit smoothies. Focusing on veggies also makes Nutribullet green smoothies lower in calories. To make a green smoothie, focus on a mix of vegetables such as spinach, kale, celery, cucumber, and broccoli. Fill in the mix with low calorie fruit for extra flavor, such as apple. Avocado will make a green smoothie smoother in texture and add healthy fat to keep you full longer.
I find that green smoothies can be rather bland and unpalatable if made with water. So, I tend to use juice or almond milk as my liquid. If you want to be fruit free and get more flavor try tomato juice as your liquid. For fat burning properties, try using green tea.
Here are seven of our most popular Nurtibullet green smoothie recipes.
Fat Burning Green Tea and Veggie Smoothie: One of our most popular smoothie recipes.
Avocado and Cucumber Smoothie with Garlic: Leave the garlic out if it is too spicy for you.
Green Protein Smoothie: Uses Greek yogurt and milk to add protein.
Cucumber Cooler Nutriblast: Cool and refreshing.
Cucumber Melon and Soy Nutri Blast Smoothie: Soy adds protein and smoothness.
Kale and Berry Smoothie Recipe: Berries cut down the bitterness of the kale.
Strawberry Peach Mango and Spinach Smoothie: This is a fruit based smoothie that adds spinach for a green touch. Good for those who can’t quite stomach an all green drink.