Meet your new favorite morning drink! These quick and easy orange smoothie recipes are thick, creamy, and full of delicious, citrusy flavor.
They’re also light, bright, and loaded with vitamin C.
Few smoothie recipes include oranges. Instead, they’re brimming with bananas, berries, and sometimes even leafy greens.
The reason is simple: oranges don’t blend as smoothly, and citrus doesn’t mix well with milk (dairy or otherwise).
Luckily, with the right recipe, you can have a vibrant, sweet orange smoothie that’s just as thick and creamy as you’re used to.
It doesn’t matter if you want a light breakfast or a refreshing snack, these orange smoothie recipes are sure to satisfy.
10 Easy Orange Smoothies That Are Simply Delicious
If you love orange creamsicles, this dreamy orange smoothie is for you. After all, it says so right there in the title!
And I can attest to this smoothie’s deliciousness.
It’s like your favorite cool treat liquified. Every sip is a little slice of orange heaven.
In the mood for something a bit more tropical? Check out this recipe for a pineapple, orange, and banana smoothie.
You’ll use coconut yogurt for the base, enhancing the tropical flavor.
It’s rich, fruity, and tastes far too decadent to be healthy.
Fortunately, tastes can be deceiving because this one’s pretty good for you. It has a whopping 90% of your daily dose of vitamin C.
And it only has 4.1 grams of fat, so you can enjoy it almost guilt-free.
Believe it or not, apples and oranges go surprisingly well together.
They’re both tart and zippy, but somehow, it just works.
This smoothie is light, bright, sweet, and citrusy. You’ll even add a bit of ginger and black pepper to give it a little zing.
It’s a smooth, vitamin-packed smoothie that’ll help you start your day off right. Even better, you won’t be starving an hour after eating it.
It’s a hearty drink that’ll easily keep you full till lunchtime – and maybe even longer!
If you think apples and oranges go well together, wait until you toss carrots in the mix!
This healthy, immune-boosting carrot smoothie should be at the top of your ‘recipes to try’ list.
The carrots don’t alter the flavor much. However, they provide more nutrients and health benefits than the fruit alone.
This recipe also calls for cayenne pepper. So, along with the ginger and turmeric, it definitely has some heat.
It’s a great way to reduce sore throats and runny noses.
Strawberries and bananas are a classic flavor combination. But this recipe adds oranges to the mix, and the result is incredible.
You’ll still get all the same tart sweetness of a regular strawberry and banana smoothie. However, the orange adds a delightful burst of citrusy zest.
Even using almond milk instead of ‘regular’ milk doesn’t dull the flavor. It’s still just as sweet, fruity, tangy, and delicious as always.
Plus, the banana gives it a creamy texture you’ll love.
If you want it extra cold, be sure to use both frozen strawberries and bananas. The more frozen ingredients you use, the more like a milkshake it is.
This pale orange smoothie looks like a melted Flintstone’s Push-Up pop.
But tastes like a warm Georgia summer. It’s sweet, peachy, and just a tiny bit tangy.
Best of all, it’s full of healthy, natural ingredients. You’ll make it with orange juice, frozen peaches, peach yogurt, and honey.
The peach flavor comes through strongly in this drink. However, there’s still plenty of that immune-boosting vitamin C in every sip.
Plus, it only takes three minutes to whip up. So it’s the ideal option for busy mornings.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away. But all the vitamin C in oranges is nothing to sneeze at.
This tasty smoothie is citrusy to the max and a little tropical to boot.
It contains oranges, lemon juice, mangoes, carrots, ginger, and turmeric. So it has a gorgeous golden color and tastes fantastic.
It’s a nutritious, fruity delight that’ll help keep those summer (and winter) colds at bay.
You can’t tell by looking that it’s an orange smoothie. There’s no fun orange or golden color and no orange slice garnishes.
Honestly, it looks more like a vanilla milkshake than anything else. Even so, it has plenty of tangy orange flavor.
The kefir base only enhances that tanginess.
You can’t beat it if you need a low-calorie, low-carb smoothie option. Each smoothie has less than 80 calories and only 12 net carbs.
(Double these numbers for a “large” size smoothie.)
Sometimes you just need something thick, creamy, and full of flavor.
That’s precisely what you’ll get with the mango, orange, and banana sunrise smoothie.
And yes, it’s a smoothie, not a milkshake. Although, you’d never guess that from the drink’s consistency.
It’s mega thick and totally luscious.
It’s also full of bright, zingy flavor, offset by the sweetness of the banana. I promise this five-minute smoothie will be a hit with the whole family.
No, I didn’t forget the Orange Julius! After all, this list wouldn’t be complete without it.
Still, this recipe puts a slightly healthier spin on the traditional recipe.
It’s still sweet, flavorful, and full of orange yumminess. However, you’ll also add a helping of spinach into the mix.
It’s low in fat, high in fiber, and through the roof in vitamin C.
Just don’t be scared off by its green color. I promise, it’s just as tasty and orange-infused as all the rest.
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