Going as low as 43 calories per serving, these low-calorie smoothies are ideal for those hoping to shed a few pounds.
And did I mention they’re delicious?
While it is highly advised to cut out sweets and treats when trying to be more healthy, it’s not always possible.
After all, dessert is the best part of a meal, right?
Luckily, you can satisfy your sweet tooth and get a hit of nutrients thanks to these tasty low-calorie smoothies.
They’re wonderfully sweet, fruity, and simply delightful.
10 Healthy and Delicious Smoothie Recipes Under 200 Calories
Whether you’re looking for a hearty breakfast, an invigorating afternoon snack, or a refreshing dessert, this berry smoothie perfectly fits the bill.
A blend of frozen mixed berries and almond milk, it won’t be a surprise to hear that this is berry-licious.
It’s packed with fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and more. So instead of reaching for a chocolate bar or a bag of chips, go for this berry smoothie.
It’s just as scrumptious and satisfying but a whole lot better for you.
This five-ingredient, five-minute smoothie is a happy mix of banana, orange, Greek yogurt, milk, and honey.
It’s rich and creamy thanks to the banana and milk. In fact, it’s so thick, it’s almost like a milkshake (without the ice cream, of course).
What makes it stand out from most smoothies is the addition of orange. That hit of bright citrus complements the sweetness of the banana surprisingly well.
You’ll love this if you This recipe is for you if you like a bit of tartness and a lot of deliciousness to your morning drinks.
As an added bonus, this smoothie is just 122 calories!
Besides the obvious ingredients, this peach and pineapple smoothie has a secret component that makes it a cut above the rest.
But first, let’s talk about how outrageously tall and fluffy it is.
The key is to whip the ingredients together in a large blender or food processor. This will give the mixture adequate space to rise.
Now, ready for the secret ingredient? It’s none other than orange zest.
Adding just a dash will enhance the flavors of the pineapple and peaches, giving your smoothie an even brighter taste.
When it comes to smoothies, I usually try to avoid those loaded with leafy greens.
I know greens are good for you, but I just can’t take that grassy, vegetal taste.
This sweet, juicy, golden fruit does so well at masking the unpleasant, herbaceous taste of kale and spinach.
So, while this smoothie is all-green, it doesn’t taste like it.
While avocado is often touted as a savory ingredient, it’s also a fantastic smoothie ingredient.
I mean, why not? It’s rich and creamy on its own, so it only makes sense! It even has a mildly nutty flavor that’ll add personality to your smoothies.
This super fruit is so perfect for making smoothies; the only other things you need here are milk, condensed milk (opt for sugar-free), and ice.
Pro-tip: want to make your smoothie extra sweet? Throw a frozen banana into the mix.
In the mood for a nostalgic drink? Walk down memory lane and have a refreshing sip of this Orange Julius smoothie.
Unlike the original OJ, which contains ingredients such as carboxymethylcellulose (what even is that?) and a whopping 48 grams of sugar, this smoothie is made of all-natural ingredients.
But, despite being a healthier version, it still has the delectable flavor profile of the OG.
All you’ll need are bananas, oranges, almond milk, and ice cubes – no added sugar whatsoever!
Aside from its gorgeous pink hue, you’ll love this raspberry smoothie for its perfect balance of sweet, creamy, and tart flavors.
A blend of raspberries, bananas, almond milk, maple syrup, and lime juice, this smoothie is simple but spectacular.
While adding lime juice to an already tart berry smoothie sounds a little odd, don’t skip it.
It enhances the drink’s flavors, giving you more deliciousness in every sip.
Pro-tip: use frozen bananas and raspberries, so your smoothie stays cold longer, even without ice.
On the hunt for a delicious post-workout meal? Look no further than this vanilla protein shake.
This easy recipe combines banana, milk, and natural protein powder to create a protein-packed shake/smoothie.
Add a little bit of maple syrup for sweetness if you like, but if your banana is ripe enough, there should be no need for it.
A splash of vanilla will also help bring out the natural sweetness of the banana, so be sure to add it in.
Believe it or not, this extremely mouthwatering milkshake is only 43 calories. This is not a drill, people!
It’s really just a mix of almond milk, cocoa powder, sweetener, and ice cubes, so it’s not surprising why it’s low in calories.
What’s shocking, though, is how ridiculously scrumptious it is.
Usually, a chocolate milkshake would call for chocolate ice cream. This one replaces it with almond milk and cocoa powder and still delivers the same rich and decadent flavors.
While this three-ingredient smoothie doesn’t look as decadent as the other ones on this list, it’s just as delectable – if not more so!
With the goodness of apples, cinnamon, and almond milk, this smoothie bursts with all the warming flavors of fall.
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