Top Smoothie Recipes

Chai Spice Latte

 

You Will Need:

1 1/2 cups coconut milk (or milk of choice)

1 banana

1/4 cup raw almonds

3 tablespoons hemp seeds

2 tablespoons stevia (or preferred sweetener)

1 tablespoon chia seeds

1 teaspoon Chai-Lax super food mix

1/4 teaspoon chai, spice blend

 

1/2 cup of ice (if you are not using a frozen banana)

 

Add all contents to the blender (starting with the powders and seeds, then building your layers up to the ice and/or banana being on top), blend, then enjoy.

This smoothie is great for breakfast, lunch, or a midday work snack.

 

Dreaming of Coco Loco

 

You Will Need:

1 1/2 cups coconut milk (or milk of choice)

1 banana (frozen is best)

3 tablespoons hemp seeds

2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes

2 tablespoons dark chocolate or cocoa nibs

1 teaspoon Super Green Energy super food powder blend

1 teaspoon chia seeds

1 teaspoon Women’s Essential super food powder blend (optional)

 

1/2 cup of ice (if not using a frozen banana)

 

Add all contents to the blender (starting with the powders and seeds, then building your layers up to the ice and/or banana being on top), blend, then enjoy.

 

Cafe Mocha

 

You Will Need:

1 cup milk of choice

1 cup brewed coffee

1 banana

1/4 cup raw almonds

3 tablespoons hemp seeds

2 tablespoons stevia powder (or sweetener of choice)

1 teaspoon Super Green Energy super food powder blend

 

1 cup of ice

Add all contents to the blender (starting with the powders and seeds, then building your layers up to the ice and/or banana being on top), blend, then enjoy.

 

Jolly Rancher

A favorite among many! This smoothie has a tantalizing natural sweetness, with just the right amount of pucker to satisfy any pallet. Perfect during the spring and summer months.

You Will Need:

2 cups apple juice

1 cup frozen strawberries

1 large carrot

1/4 cup raw almonds

3 tablespoons hemp seeds

2 tablespoons stevia (or sweetener of choice)

1 tablespoon chia seeds

1 teaspoon Super Green Energy super food powder blend

1 teaspoon Women’s Essential super food powder blend (optional)

 

Add all contents to the blender (starting with the powders and seeds, then building your layers up to the ice and/or banana being on top), blend, then enjoy.

 

8 thoughts on “Top Smoothie Recipes

  1. We all love smoothies or at least we should because these drinks are so delicious and the great part is they are also healthy and you can make them in so many ways. I have had smoothies before and it was a delight. These are some really great recipes. Thanks so much for sharing this information that is a great help.

    1. You are so very welcome Norman! I’m hoping that you enjoy them as much as our team does here at Better Health and Home. The super food mix-in’s are the key parts to this smoothie list, for they boost the immune system, support a healthy heart and liver, stimulate hair growth, support healthy hormone balance, and much more. They truly live up to the name “super!” 

  2. Everyday I like to kick start my day with a smoothie after I return from my morning jogging sessions. I like to get all the necessary appropriate daily intake nutrients as I work in a very demanding industry. My recipes were starting to bore me, great thing that I came across your article. Your recipes look delicious. I will most definitely give them a try. Great article. Can you recommend a recipe that will fit a meditarian diet?

    1. Absolutely Ezra. 

      Since mediterranean diets limit the intake of sugar… Coco Loco and Cafe Mocha recipes both have dark chocolate pieces in them, so you may want to substitute carob pieces, or leave them out all together. Other than that one substitution, all of the recipes should support your mediterranean diet. 

  3. Thank you for sharing these truly remarkable smoothie recipes, i can’t wait to try them for myself. The recipes seem easy enough to follow and I’m glad that I came across this article. Smoothies are really healthy, delicious drink that go well with almost anything and are easy to make. I really appreciate you taking your time to detail each recipe. 

  4. These smoothie recipes look very inviting and also sound very healthy. You mention ingredients like Chai-lax Super food mix, Super Green Energy super food powder and Women’s Essential Super Food powder blend, but where would I be able to buy those ingredients?  

    I find it interesting that you say with each recipe that the final ingredient that you put into the blender is the ice and/or banana. Is there any reason why you cannot just randomly throw all the ingredients in as you are going to be blending it in any case?

    1. Great questions LineCowely! 

      The super food blends that I am recommending are our very own super food blends, created in small batches here at the Better Health & Home headquarters. Our online shop is currently being developed (which is why there is no link at the moment), but will have it available shortly. 

      To answer your second question;

      I’m recommending to put the ice and or banana on top, because it helps weigh the ingredients down into the blender blades, and keeps the powders from flying up on the sides (so that you can get the most out of your super foods).
       

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