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Breakfast Smoothies are an easy way to enjoy a healthy breakfast on busy mornings. These healthy smoothie recipes provide filling fiber and protein to give you energy all morning!

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These breakfast smoothie recipes are perfect for busy mornings. You can sip on a smoothie as you get ready for work or get the kids ready for school.

Most of these recipes are kid-friendly. Smoothies are an easy way to get plenty of servings of fruits and/or veggies for a healthy start to your day. Many of these smoothie recipes also have oats, too, which makes them super filling.

In this post you’ll find smoothie recipes for every time of year, from healthy fruit smoothie recipes to fall pumpkin to year-round green smoothies. Drinking a smoothie for breakfast can give you a burst of energy in the morning and helps you to start your day on a healthy note. 

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Healthy Smoothie Ingredients

  • Fresh or Frozen Fruit: You can use a combination of frozen and fresh fruits in your smoothies. The frozen fruit helps the smoothie to blend up thick and creamy. I like to freeze extra ripe bananas, peeled and cut into smaller pieces, so they are always ready for adding to smoothies. Ice dilutes the flavor of a smoothie so use frozen fruit instead. 
  • Vegetables: Veggies are nutrient powerhouses and working them into your morning smoothies is a great way to start your day off on a healthy note. Spinach, kale and other greens blend up well in smoothies. You can add frozen cauliflower to a smoothie and not even taste it. If you have a high powered blender, try adding carrots to your morning smoothie for a healthy dose of sweetness.
  • Avocado: Have you ever tried an avocado smoothie? Avocado adds healthy fats to a smoothie, it blends up smooth, and you don’t taste the avocado (as long as you don’t add too much).
  • Oatmeal: Adding old-fashioned oats is an easy way to take any smoothie and turn it into a breakfast smoothie. You can add raw oats (be sure to use old fashioned, or rolled, oats) to your blender along with the rest of the smoothie ingredients and blend until smooth.
  • Greek Yogurt: Unless you need a dairy-free smoothie, plain Greek yogurt is a great way to add protein to your smoothie. Yogurt also makes smoothies creamy.
  • Nut Butters: I love adding a scoop of almond butter or peanut butter to my smoothies. Nut butters provide healthy fats and protein, which give your smoothie staying power so you’re not hungry again right away.
  • Seeds: Flax seeds, chia seeds and hemp seeds can all add fiber and nutrition to your smoothies.
  • Liquid: You need to add a liquid ingredient to your smoothie to help it blend well. There are many options, from plain water to coconut water, milk, almond milk or other nut-based milks, coconut milk, oat milk and juice. I try not to use juice because it can add too much sugar to a smoothie, especially if you are also adding fruit.
  • Flavor Boosters: A pinch of cinnamon or a few drops of vanilla extract can really boost the flavor of a smoothie!

Best Breakfast Smoothies

Below you’ll find easy smoothie recipes in each of these categories. Click on the links to go straight to the smoothies in that category.

  1. Oatmeal Smoothies
  2. Green Smoothies
  3. Fruit Smoothies
  4. Banana Smoothies
  5. Breakfast Shakes

Oatmeal Smoothies

Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie


Apple Smoothie

Apple-Pear Oatmeal Smoothie. This healthy breakfast smoothie tastes like apple pie!


Blueberry Smoothie

Blueberry Smoothie


Pumpkin Smoothie

Pumpkin Smoothie


Metabolism Boosting Smoothie from The Recipe Rebel

Metablolism Boosting Smoothie


Green Smoothies

Green Monster Smoothie

Green Monster Smoothie


Tropical Green Smoothie

Tropical Green Smoothie in mason jar with straws.


Spinach & Apple Detox Smoothie from Life is But a Dish

Spinach Apple Smoothie


Fruit Smoothies

Immunity Boosting Orange Smoothie

Immunity Boosting Orange Smoothie


Raspberry Peach Smoothie

Raspberry Peach Smoothie


Blueberry Coconut Water Smoothie from Sweet Peas and Saffron

Blueberry Coconut Water Smoothie


Mango Avocado Smoothie from Meaningful Eats

Mango Avocado Smoothie


Raspberry Peanut Butter Smoothie from The Food Charlatan

Raspberry Peanut Butter Smoothie


Beet Berry Apple Smoothie from The Roasted Root

Beet Berry Apple Smoothie


Tropical Pineapple Carrot Smoothie from Peas and Crayons

Pineapple Carrot Smoothie


Banana Smoothies

Banana Smoothie

Banana smoothie in a glass with a straw and sliced bananas.


Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Strawberry Banana Smoothie


Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie

best Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie


Raspberry Banana Smoothie from Live Well Bake Often

Raspberry Banana Smoothie


Banana & Honey Oat Breakfast Smoothie from A Healthy Slice of Life

Banana Oat Smoothie


Breakfast Shakes

Chocolate Protein Shake

Chocolate protein shake in a glass garnished with banana slices, chocolate shavings and a drizzle of almond butter.

Loaded Coffee Smoothie from Amanda’s Cookin’

Coffee Smoothie


How to Make a Smoothie

Smoothies are perfect for quick breakfasts and healthy snacks because they are so quick and easy to make! You just add all of the smoothie ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. A high-powered blender, such as a Vitamix, isn’t necessary, but if you plan to make smoothies often I think it’s a worthwhile investment.

Looking for more smoothie recipes? Check out my collection of the Best Smoothie Recipes

Meal Prep Smoothies

If your mornings are extra busy, you can prep smoothies ahead by making frozen smoothie packs. To meal prep smoothies:

  • Assemble individual smoothie servings in mason jars or zip-top bags.
  • Place your ingredients in the jar (or bag), starting with the fruit. Use fruit that is already frozen or it may be difficult to get out of the jar later.
  • Do not add any liquid to the jar; you will add the liquid right before blending.
  • Store the smoothie packs in your freezer until you are ready to use them.
  • When ready to blend, dump the frozen smoothie pack into your blender. Pour your blending liquid into the jar and shake to get any last seeds, etc. out, then pour into your blender.
  • Blend and enjoy, served right in the jar!


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Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipes

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Breakfast Smoothies are an easy way to enjoy a healthy breakfast on busy mornings. These healthy smoothies provide fiber and protein to keep you full all morning!

Nutrition information is an estimate.
Cuisine: American
Course: Breakfast, Snack
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