Five Breakfast Smoothie Recipes to Start Off Your Day

It may seem like there is never enough time in the mornings. From hopping in the shower to finding the car keys, the morning rush seems to creep up on all of us, leaving little time for the most important meal of the day – breakfast.

This hurriedness doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice nutrition though. When it comes to a fast, healthy meal, nothing can beat a smoothie. Take a look at these five smoothie recipes that will have you starting your day just right.


Orange Carrot Basil Smoothie

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Creamy coconut milk, sweet orange, wholesome carrots and basil make up this nutritious and delicious drink. This slightly savory smoothie is perfect for those don’t like starting their morning with sweets.


Peach Cobbler Protein Shake

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Dessert for breakfast? Yes please! This smoothie may taste like dessert, but it’s loaded with substance – including a scoop of vanilla powder, almond milk, peaches and cinnamon.


Cardamom Mango Drink

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Refresh yourself with this drink made from mango and coconut milk, and flavored with cardamom, rose water, rose petals and saffron. In addition to its delicious quality, the drink also helps clear the skin and is high in vitamin E, C, Iron and pectin.


Tropical Chia Smoothie Parfait

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A unique and delicious take on a breakfast smoothie, this parfait mixes chunky, crunchy and smooth textures to create the ultimate treat. The top layer of frozen fruit adds the perfect touch of sweetness to finish it off.


Vanilla Pudding Smoothie

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This creamy and rich vanilla pudding is healthy, vegan, gluten free and the best part? It’s super easy to whip up with only five ingredients. It’s hard to go wrong with this date-sweetened vanilla pudding smoothie bowl.


By |2018-11-15T12:41:59-07:00September 19, 2017|

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Michelle Quintero is a passionate writer who enjoys documenting and learning about the world through different forms of communication. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University who specialized in Broadcast Communication Arts. Along with her knowledge of broadcasting, she is also specialized in conveying messages through other platforms, such as social media, blogs, and news writing. Michelle has always had a fascination with real estate and is looking forward to writing for Coldwell Banker.

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