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Home Eating Smart Smart Choices. You can use frozen fruit instead of fresh fruit and ice, adding water as needed to thin it out. Starting at low speed and gradually increasing power lets the blades work better, breaking the ingredients down evenly and at the same time. This smoothie can enjoyed for breakfast or as a light afternoon pick-me up. Sign Up for our Newsletter Join our newsletter for free recipes, healthy living inspiration, and special offers. Adding ice first may cause you to overblend, leaving you with a watery drink. Savor the flavors of summer with this fresh and bright smoothie that can be enjoyed any time of day.
This smoothie can enjoyed for breakfast or as a light afternoon pick-me up. The whole smoothie comes together with the creaminess from the banana and sweetness of the peaches. During the summer, fresh peaches can be substituted for frozen. Loaded with protein and fiber, this smoothie is a great way to get your day started or sip after a hard workout. This green smoothie is creamy, fresh and flavorful with just a pinch of cinnamon.
All the rich decadence of chocolate-covered cherries without the added sugar. Enjoy this smoothie as a light yet creamy chocolate dessert with just the perfect fruity hint. This breakfast smoothie is high in protein, nutrients, and tastes even better than it looks.
Sip on a strawberry-coconut smoothie as a sweet start or end to your day. Creamy, nutty and high in protein. This healthy, low-calorie smoothie hits all the right notes. You can substitute frozen peaches for fresh during summer months.
Home Eating Smart Smart Choices. Healthy Low-Calorie Smoothies Bingo: First up, Berries and Beets. Berry-and-Beet Green Smoothie A lot of people give smoothies a short blend at full power, but that doesn't give the best results.
Spinach and Almond Butter Loaded with protein and fiber, this smoothie is a great way to get your day started or sip after a hard workout. These six low-carb smoothies, all with fewer grams of carbohydrates than grams of protein and fat combined, will help you start your day in a satisfying yet slimming way. And since each has less than calories, feel free to make one your go-to afternoon snack, too. The recipe's 27 grams of protein might help you overlook the fact that there's no icing—although this is so low-calorie you could certainly add some toppings like a dollop of Greek yogurt!
Peppermint extract masks the flavor of avocado and spinach hiding in this cool drink dreamed up by Sugar-Free Mom. The cacao nibs don't hurt, either. Low-fat, low-carb peanut flour acts as the PB while fresh grapes act as the J in this sandwich-inspired smoothie from Dessert With Benefits. Try it when you want to feel like a kid again! Even better than your favorite fast-food shake, the Frosty, this homemade version has a fraction of the calories and twice the protein.
Just try Your Lighter Side's slimmed-down blueberry and spinach sip and try to tell us otherwise. Peanut Butter and Peppers has you beat with this light coffee smoothie. Add a scoop of protein powder or Greek yogurt to make this perky beverage a meal.