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Breakfast Smoothies For The Person On The Go

These breakfast smoothie idea are prefect for busy person on the go. You can sip on a smoothie as you get ready for work, on your way to work, on your way to the gym, or running errands. Most of these recipes are kid friendly. Many of these smoothie recipes also have oats too, which makes them super filling. Drinking a smoothie for breakfast can give you a burst of energy in the morning and helps you tom start your day on a healthy note.

Healthy smoothie ingredients:

· Fruits (fresh or frozen) you can use a combination of fresh or frozen fruits in your smoothies. The frozen fruits helps to make your smoothie the blend up thick and creamy. Ice dilutes the flavors of the smoothie so use frozen fruit instead.

· Veggies are nutrients powerhouse and working them into your morning smoothies is a get way to get your day started off on a healthy note. Spinach, Kale, and other greens blend up well in smoothies with very little taste. If you have a high power blender, try adding carrots to your morning smoothie for a healthy dose of sweetness.

· Avocado adds healthy fats to yours smoothie and it blend up nice and smooth and you won’t even taste the avocado. Just as long as you don’t add too much.

· Oats is an easy way to take any smoothie and turn it into a breakfast smoothie. You can add raw oats (make sure to use old fashioned or rolled oats) to your blender along with the rest of the smoothie ingredients and blend until smooth.

· Greek plain yogurt or plain dairy free yogurt is great way to add protein to your smoothie and help to make it creamy.

· Nut butter provides healthy fats and protein, which give your smoothie staying power so you’re not hungry again right away.

· Liquid needs to be added to your smoothie to help it blend well. There are many options, from plain water to coconut water, milk, coconut milk, almond milk, oat milk and juices. The choice is up to you. I try not to use juice because it can add too much sugar to your smoothie especially if you’re adding fruit already.

· Flavor booster can be a pinch of cinnamon or a few drops of vanilla extract can really boost the flavor of your smoothie.

Oatmeal breakfast smoothie:

-1/4 cup old fashion oats (uncooked)

-1/2 medium banana

-1/2 cup plain yogurt

-3/4 cup frozen or fresh strawberries or ½ cup of blueberries

-3/4 cup milk of choice

Fat burning green smoothie

-2 handful of baby Spanish

-1 banana ripe

-1/2 tsp ginger

-1 cup pineapple chunks frozen

-1 cup almond milk or low fat milk of your choice

-1 tbsp chia seeds

Strawberry blueberry smoothie

-1 cup frozen strawberries

-1/2 cup frozen blueberries

-1/3 cup raw oats

-1 tbsp chia seeds

-1 cup almond milk or low fat milk of your choice

-1 tbsp honey (optional)

Banana strawberry smoothie

-1 cup frozen strawberries

-1/2 banana

-1/4 cup granola

-2 tbsp raw nuts

-1 cup plain yogurt

-1 tsp chia seeds

Pineapple kale smoothies

-2 cups of raw kale

-1/4 pineapple

-3/4 cup almonds

-1 banana

-1/4 plain yogurt

-2 tbsp peanut butter

Ginger, Turmeric and mango smoothies

-1/2 cup mango

-1/2 banana

-1/2 tbsp turmeric

-1/2 tbsp ginger

-1 cup milk of your choice

-1/2 cinnamon

-1 tbsp chia seed

-1 tbsp honey

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