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17 Best Meal Replacement Smoothie Recipes

Start your day with something sweet thanks to the delightful and filling meal replacement smoothie recipes.

And hey, they’re great for lunch too!

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There are plenty of reasons you might be on the hunt for meal replacement smoothie recipes, and they’re not all about weight loss.

Maybe you’re super busy and need a meal you can consume on the go. Perhaps you’ve had dental issues and need something soft for a little while.

Or maybe it’s the new year, and you really do want to shed a few pounds.

Luckily, these recipes are scrumptious, no matter why you need them.

17 Easy Meal Replacement Smoothies for Weight Loss

1. Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Smoothie 

Peanut butter smoothies are terrific meal replacement shakes because peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, and it’s incredibly filling to boot.

And what goes best with peanut butter? Jelly, of course!

Instead of jelly (that’s often a sugar bomb), this smoothie incorporates frozen berries for a delicately sweet kick. 

With rolled oats, milk, and vanilla protein powder, it’s just as filling as a classic PB&J – minus the gluten, of course.

2. Good Morning Coffee Lover’s Smoothie 

Kill two birds with one stone and make this coffee lover’s smoothie today. It’s a filling meal replacement shake and your morning cup of joe all rolled into one. 

To prevent this smoothie from being overly sweet, it pairs a ripened banana with cauliflower (yes, really) to keep the nutrition high and calories low. 

Add a cooled cup of coffee, cacao powder, and protein powder, and get a snappy jump start to your day. 

3. Mango Carrot Smoothie 

Inject a few sunbeams into those cold and rainy mornings with this mango and carrot smoothie.

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It’s delightfully orange and cheery and tastes just as good as it looks. 

Carrots and mangoes both yield a slight sweetness that, when paired with bananas and orange juice, is the perfect balance of sweet, savory, and tart. 

The best part? It only requires four simple ingredients.

For an added protein boost, slip in a serving of vanilla protein powder. 

Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie

4. Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie 

This peanut butter and banana smoothie is rich, creamy, nutty, sweet, and impossible to resist.

You’ll need just four ingredients (plus ice), though they can easily be modified.

For example, you can use almond milk instead of regular or almond butter instead of peanut if you have any allergies.

To amp up the nutrition in this meal replacement shake, toss in a spoonful of Greek yogurt, a serving of protein powder, chia, or flax seeds. 

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5. Smoothie King Angel Food Smoothie

What’s better than strawberries and cream? This strawberry smoothie with banana, of course.

It’s velvety smooth, fruity, and dreamy and delivers just the right about of sweetness to jump-start your morning.

But it’s so addictive and easy to make, you may feel inclined to whip it up for lunch and dinner. 

For something even more filling, try blending some oats into the mix. They’ll make it extra thick and super hearty!

6. Creamy Avocado Banana Green Smoothie 

I like to call the humble avocado “nature’s mayonnaise”. It’s so creamy and flavorful, I almost don’t believe it grows on a tree!

And when you blend it with sweet, ripened banana and your milk of choice, it’s such a fantastic breakfast drink.

Toss in a handful of spinach if you want it extra bright and nutritious. Don’t worry, the banana will mask the flavor!

It’s insanely healthy, but it doesn’t taste healthy. What more could you ask for?

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7. Smoothie King Peanut Power Plus Chocolate Smoothie

Chocolate and peanut butter with banana and dates for natural sweetness? Yes, please!

When we were kids, we always wanted chocolate for breakfast. And now we can have it whenever we want – guilt free!

Between the banana, creamy peanut butter, yogurt, and milk (your choice), this one is silky smooth and bursting with flavor.

Meanwhile, you’ll add cocoa and chocolate protein powder for that dessert-like finish. Yum!

8. Pumpkin Gingerbread Smoothie 

Do you dream of pumpkins? Me too!

Luckily, we don’t have to wait until Starbucks rolls out its fall menu to go pumpkin crazy. 

This pumpkin and gingerbread smoothie is heavy-handed with seasonal flavors, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. 

It tastes like a gingerbread house and a pumpkin pie all rolled into one.

The best part? There’s no post-holiday guilt after indulging in this light and nutritious smoothie

9. Four Overnight Oatmeal Smoothies 

This recipe is a simple way to ensure you get a different taste every morning with very little effort. 

You’ll see instructions for strawberry cheesecake, chocolate peanut butter, carrot cake, and apple pie. 

And each one is just as yummy as the last!

It starts with a basic creamy base that you’ll chill in the fridge. Then, when you’re ready for a smoothie, add the extras and dig in!

A selection of desserts for breakfast…what could be better?

10. Warming Winter Smoothie 

There’s no denying it’s cold outside.

The snow is piling up, and the idea of sipping lemonade on the porch swing is like a distant fever dream. 

But if you want a smoothie that will warm your cold bones this winter, you have to try this recipe!

It incorporates slightly spicy additions like ground ginger and black pepper to the green and nutritional base. 

It’s warm and lovely and packs in a ton of superfoods to get you through the day.

11. Chocolate Blueberry Smoothie 

I can’t get over the beautiful purple color of this chocolate and blueberry smoothie.

It earns its royal shade from tart berries, of course. And it’s so vibrant, you might not believe it’s also loaded with cocoa and yogurt.

Sweet, fruity, and creamy with just a hint of chocolatey sweetness (there’s also maple syrup), it’s not one to miss.

12. Tropical Chia Seed Smoothie 

Do you long for the tropical flavors of summer? I feel you.

So let’s whip up this smoothie that tastes like a breezy day at the beach!

It pairs the bright flavors of mangoes, pineapples, and coconut with chia seeds to keep you from snacking until lunchtime. 

While the fruit isn’t super sweet, adding Medjool dates guarantees you’ll be more than satisfied.

Just keep in mind, they’re naturally very sweet, so a little goes a long way. 

13. Acai Smoothie 

Acai bowls taste amazing but are less convenient than a sippable smoothie. But there’s nothing stopping you from serving that bowl in a glass, right?

Don’t worry, there’s no need to track down acai berries for this one. You’ll just need acai powder for the bright flavors and rich coloring.

It’s affordable, long-lasting, and available in most bigger supermarkets and online. Plus, one bag will last a very, very long time. 

14. Strawberry Cashew Smoothie 

Cashews are one of my favorite nuts because they taste so buttery, and they’re wonderfully filling.

Pair them with strawberries, bananas, cauliflower, and honey, and say hello to this deliciously pink drink!

It’s super filling (thanks to cauliflower), but it isn’t overly sweet. Instead, it’s tart, nutty, savory, and delicately sweet; all rolled into one addictive smoothie. 

15. Coffee Protein Smoothie 

It looks, smells, and tastes like an indulgent dessert, but this coffee protein smoothie is 100 percent healthy.

I love this morning (or afternoon) pick-me-up because it’s decadently rich.

And all you need is coffee, protein powder, almond butter, cocoa powder, and bananas.

That’s it!

It’s full of caffeine (yes, please), and adding protein powder prevents you from snacking between meals. Talk about a win-win!

16. 5-Minute Smoothie Bowl

Need a healthy meal, and need it fast? Then, let me introduce you to this delectable five-minute smoothie bowl. 

It’s just like an acai bowl, minus the acai.

Featuring tart berries, bananas, and milk, it’s got a pretty rich base. Pop it in the blender, and they’re ready to go. 

Then, get creative with toppings! Add chocolate, honey, nuts, oats, or even more fruit if you like.

You can tinker with different toppings, so it never gets boring. 

17. Low-Carb Raspberry Smoothie  

Strawberries are yummy, but they’re quite mild when you add them to smoothies.

So, if you want something just as pretty, just as sweet, but way more fruity, try this stunning raspberry smoothie!

It mixes avocado with juicy raspberries, coconut milk, lemon juice, and protein powder.

It’s rich, creamy, incredibly filling, and doesn’t add sugar or carbs. That makes it the perfect waistline-friendly smoothie for the new year. 

17 Best Meal Replacement Smoothie Recipes

Start your day with something sweet thanks to these delightful and filling meal replacement smoothie recipes. And hey, they’re great for lunch too!

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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