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Looking for a healthy snack idea or an easy breakfast recipe? Break out your blender and enjoy a nutrition-packed vegetable smoothie. Each of these smoothie recipes includes a delicious mix of vegetables and fruit to add sweetness, so even the vegetable-averse will have no problem eating their veggies.
Forget the days of fruit-only smoothies! By blending together fruits and vegetables, you can get more healthful nutrients in the same glass. Each of these vegetable smoothie recipes combines naturally sweet fruits with nutrition-rich vegetables for a delicious way to enjoy fruits and veggies every day.
Our red sweet pepper vegetable smoothie recipe features rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, and sorbet (aka all your favorite things put in a blender). Even better, the beautiful red drink rings in at just 75 calories per person -- score!
Our bright orange vegetable smoothie is truly the breakfast drink of champions. Carrots and lettuce bring a surprising boost of vitamins, Greek yogurt adds protein, and clementines offer a hint of sweetness to the smoothie.
Apples, zucchini, and broccoli pack this veggie smoothie with nutrients, while lime sherbet gives it a creamy consistency. That's all there is to it! Four ingredients and you have a low-fat, 105-calorie snack to enjoy.
Vitamin-packed carrots, antioxidant-rich green tea, chia seeds, AND mango? This vegetable smoothie recipe is basically liquid health! A hint of honey quickly sweetens the tropical drink.
Here's a sweet take on a green smoothie that will have you excited to eat your vegetables! Cauliflower and cucumber are the veggies hiding inside this frosty drink recipe. They're disguised by the melon, mint, and honey that add natural sweetness.
This breakfast smoothie works double duty serving as both a meal and your morning coffee. Don't let the rutabaga and eggplant scare you away -- we couldn't even taste the veggies! All you get are the wonderful flavors of chocolate, almond, and a hint of banana.
The power in this snack recipe comes in the form of Greek yogurt. Each 87-calorie smoothie has 5 grams of protein to fuel you until your next meal.
The deep jewel-tone color of these vegetable smoothies is a visual cue to their high antioxidant levels. Beets, berries, pomegranate juice, and leafy greens combine deliciously for a vitamin A- and C-packed smoothie recipe.
Unless you garnish with asparagus spears as we did, you'll have a hard time telling this green smoothie recipe is made with spinach and asparagus. Green grapes, kiwifruit, and a splash of grape juice keep the smoothie nicely sweet for a low-cal snack packed with vitamin A and 3 grams of fiber.
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This golden, honey-drizzled smoothie recipe is intended as a morning meal replacement. In addition to fruits, veggies, and juices, we tossed in tofu to kick up the protein and give this smoothie a thicker texture.
Now here's a healthy snack that almost feels naughty! The classic Bloody Mary flavors you love are here but without vodka -- and by using whole tomatoes instead of juice, you can enjoy this vegetable smoothie for only 48 calories!
Enjoy the beloved flavors of fall year-round in healthy smoothie form. Each glass of this vegetable-loaded smoothie recipe packs more than 200% of your vitamin A for the day, ensuring you get lots of carotenoids -- a healthful antioxidant.
There's a reason we call this the "salad smoothie." Not only is it full of leafy greens like spinach and kale, but it gets a boost of fiber thanks to flaxseed. A combination of apples, mango, and tangerine round out the veggie smoothie.