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Low Calorie Smoothies

Tropicali Papaya, Strawberry, and Pineapple Smoothie

A Nutribullet Blast smoothie with pineapple, papaya, and strawberries

The papaya and pineapple in this Nutribullet recipe provide not only a great deal of Vitamin C (almost 130% of the adult RDA per serving) but digestive enzymes to help your body metabolize both protein and fats.It doesn’t hurt that it tastes like something you’d enjoy on a cruise through the islands. I love adding mango to this one as ... Read More »

The Georgia Sunrise Orange Juice Smoothie

 With orange juice, strawberries, and peaches, this smoothie is loaded with Vitamin C, more than 110% of an adult’s RDA and a great way to start the day. Kids love it! Use it to brighten up your day!   Print The Georgia Sunrise Peach and Orange Smoothie Author: Carleen Recipe type: Smoothies Cuisine: Fruit Smoothies Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  5 mins Total ... Read More »

Pear and Apple Smoothie

This pear and apple smoothie contains more than 25% of your RDA of Vitamin-B12 and 28% of the RDA of calcium, providing both a healthy boost of energy and essential support for healthy bones.  You’ll also get more fiber than in two slices of whole wheat bread. Apple seeds can be toxic when ground, so keep the peel and lose the ... Read More »

High Protein Berry Blend

Not only will you get plenty of protein from this berry smoothie, but you’ll also get 76% of your RDA of Vitamin C, a whopping 387mg of potassium and 7g of fiber. This smoothie boosts immunity and promotes digestive tract health. Flax, berries and kiwi are the stars of this nutribullet blast.  Feel free so substitute strawberries for any of the ... Read More »

Mango Nectarine and Celery Smoothie

 This recipe contains 25% of the RDA for Vitamin B-12 and calcium, plus 60% of the RDA for Vitamin C. It’s terrific as an immunity booster in the winter or when you’re feeling under the weather. While most fruits and veggies should be blended with the peel intact, mango skin can cause an allergic reaction, so peel the mango before adding it to ... Read More »

Peachy Keen Breakfast Smoothie

This recipe is a great one if you’re too busy for a healthy breakfast. With 14g of protein per 6-ounce serving, Greek yogurt has twice the protein of regular yogurt and usually half the sugar, so it’s a great way to get a healthy portion of low-fat protein first thing in the morning. This is also a great pre-workout shake.  4.0 ... Read More »

Tropical Protein Shake Smoothie

This smoothie delivers on taste, but also supports the digestion of fats and proteins with the digestive enzymes from the pineapple and gives you a very healthy dose of both Vitamin C. The smoothie is high in protein, but low in calories, making it a perfect smoothie for breakfast and for weight loss. Kiwi adds a unique taste!     ... Read More »

Orange Creamsicle Smoothie Blast

If you or your kids like Orange Creamsicles, this smoothie is for you!  It’s a favorite with children and makes a great breakfast smoothie. It’s loaded with 132% of the RDA of Vitamin C, 29% of the RDA of calcium and a ton of flavor. It is wonderful as an antioxidant drink or immune booster too. Because it is made with chia seed ... Read More »

Blueberry Peach Anti Aging Smoothie

This recipe is not only deliciously sweet, like a cup of summer sunshine, but it provides 25% of both your Daily Vitamin C and Vitamin E, which promote cell repair and regeneration. If you prefer a frostier beverage, use frozen peaches.   Print Blueberry-Peach Anti-Aging Smoothie Author: Carleen Recipe type: Smoothies Cuisine: Fruit Smoothies Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  5 mins Total ... Read More »

Banana-Berrylicious

 With 380mg of potassium and almost 25% of your RDA of Vitamin C, this smoothie is especially good for a pre-workout drink to help with muscle function and recovery.  Blueberries are also really good for your skin. 3.0 from 2 reviews Print Banana-Berrylicious Author: Carleen Recipe type: Smoothies Cuisine: Fruit Smoothies Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  5 mins Total time:  10 mins ... Read More »

Cucumber Melon and Soy Smoothie

cucumber melon smoothie recipe

Soybeans are a great low fat source of proteins that have been linked with lowering cholesterol levels. Soy is also good if you are a woman experience hot flashes from menopause. I have recently started making an effort to eat extra soy in order to address hot flashes. This smoothie has refreshing melon and cucumber, plus soy beans (edamame). Make ... Read More »

Apple Pie Smoothie

The old saying keeps true… Studies show that having 2 medium apples a day for 3 months was enough to reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) levels in women as much as 16%. You can make this with raw apples, but you can also cook the apples with cinnamon, a dash of ginger and nutmeg in a nonstick pan over medium-low heat ... Read More »

Refreshing Watermelon Smoothie

Watermelon is much more than a low-calorie summer favorite. It has important amino acids, called citrulline and arginine that help keeping your arteries healthy and your blood flowing smoothly. This watermelon smoothie is also refreshing, great for a summer treat, and is packed with Vitamin C. Coconut water adds a number of  electrolytes. Make it with coconut milk for a ... Read More »

Ginger Vegetable Smoothie Recipe

beet ginger and apple detox smoothie recipe

The energizing power of ginger combines with fiber rich vegetables and fruits to detox the system at a comfortable, healthy pace. The beet and carrots give this drink a vibrant, enticing color, and the apple lends sweetness and nutrients. This recipe makes one serving. This smoothie is low in calories but high in fiber as well as nutrients. For this ... Read More »