Try these tasty spinach smoothie recipes to level up your morning!
Because a little green goodness in your morning meal is the perfect way to start the day.
Adding spinach to smoothies is a terrific way to get an extra serving of veggies in.
It works best, in my opinion, with frozen spinach. So read my post on how to freeze spinach before you get started.
Then, come check out this list of spinach smoothie recipes. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Smoothie bowls have all the feel of a hearty breakfast, but the simplicity of a smoothie.
With a chocolate and banana flavor combination, it’s sure to be a delicious treat. I swear it tastes more like a chocolate shake than a smoothie!
Adding spinach, protein powder, and nut butter makes this a balanced meal in a cup. What’s not to love?
Who doesn’t love sweet strawberries in the morning? Add in your spinach for one healthy breakfast!
This recipe has a 4:1 ratio of spinach to berries, so it comes out extra green.
Adding in a banana and yogurt helps make the smoothie creamier and sweeter, too!
A little splash of vanilla and honey goes a long way in this delicious breakfast drink!
The best part of spinach in smoothies is that it’s so easily hidden behind any fruit.
This recipe features sweet cherries and bananas for a healthy drink to go!
Add a splash or two of your favorite milk to thin it to your desired consistency.
For a dose of heart-healthy fats, add some chia seeds to your blender, too!
If you’ve ever dreamed of cherry pie in a cup, look no further!
The ingredient list may look long, but in reality, this recipe is quite simple.
You add some almond and vanilla extracts, and almond butter to your fruits and veggies.
Consider adding in protein powder for a complete meal in a cup!
While this might not literally make your skin glow, it certainly can’t hurt!
This healthy smoothie is the bomb. Pineapple, mango, banana, spinach, and avocado are all in this delicious concoction.
I can promise you will love the flavors in this smoothie!
I remember looking at green drinks when I was younger and being turned off.
Now, I see a creamy green smoothie and can’t wait to give it a taste!
This recipe is uber thick and creamy with avocado and almond butter.
It’s totally keto too, so there are no sugars to wind you up!
Keep your belly feeling great with this refreshing ginger smoothie.
Fresh ginger root is a great addition to any fruit smoothie, but banana mango is a great place to start.
Add some fresh mint for a cool and invigorating flavor.
I prefer this smoothie with a yogurt base. Though, coconut water is an excellent choice, too.
If you’re looking for a fresh and invigorating smoothie, look no further!
Freshly squeezed lemon, fresh ginger, and turmeric make for a divine flavor combo.
Add some pineapple, banana, and spinach for a pop of color and texture.
Ginger has a long history of uses in alternative medicine.
This fruity ginger smoothie has such a phenomenal balance of flavor and nutrition.
Kiwi, apple, banana, and spinach make a tasty green ginger smoothie.
This simple smoothie is great prepared with plain water, but substitute as desired.
All the greens in one big gulp! This smoothie will have you sipping away on your daily dose of veggies in no time.
Talk about simple things! Blend together frozen mango chunks, spinach, and kale for one easy, chilled treat.
The mango will mask the earthy green flavors, but you still get your veggies. It’s a win-win if you ask me!
Avocado is a totally awesome stone fruit to add to smoothies. It makes them creamy, healthy, and adds a lovely green hue, too!
There are a variety of ingredients you can add or omit to your liking in this recipe.
Making it with each ingredient makes for a well-balanced, nutrition-packed smoothie.
Detoxes have been all the rave for many years. Sometimes, you just need to reset your stomach to get back on track!
This gorgeous green juice has plenty of fruits and veggies to keep you feeling full.
It’s perfect for a cleanse, or even a simple morning routine!
This creamy blueberry smoothie is one of my go-to drinks for busy summer mornings.
Blend together Greek yogurt, spinach, blueberries, milk, and a dash of cinnamon.
The resulting smoothie is good enough to be breakfast or dessert!
Kids will love it too, and you’ll be able to sneak in the spinach!
Pineapple and OJ smoothies might just be the key to my heart.
This smoothie is so scrumptious and seriously so easy to make!
The acidic orange juice and pineapple are enhanced by sweet apples added in.
Of course, you have to have some spinach for a balanced drink!
If you happen to have some mangos, you can aim for a tropical trifecta. Talk about tasty!
If you’re looking for a superfood smoothie, this recipe has it all.
Chunks of banana, oranges, spinach, chia seeds, and flax are blended together.
You can add vanilla protein powder for an extra protein-packed smoothie.
Optimal nutrition all in one cup is sure to get your day started right.
Does it get any better than peanut butter and banana? Yes, it does! When it comes in a cup.
You can savor all that deliciously sweet peanut butter and banana flavor in a smoothie.
Oh, and don’t forget there’s spinach, too!
There’s no need to sacrifice flavor for nutrition with recipes like this!
Don’t you love it when song lyrics come to life in a tasty drink?
Go ahead and put the lime in the coconut, and drink it all up!
This is one creamy and refreshing smoothie, and you have to try it.
A hint of mint, tangy yogurt, zesty lime, and fresh coconut make up this recipe.
It’s healthy, easy, and so good. What’s not to love?
Don’t let the name fool you. It might sound like you should steer clear, but this is one good drink!
With Halloween just around the corner, you have to try this spinach smoothie!
Loaded with bananas and spinach, this has the perfect green hue for that toxic swamp look.
If you want a muddy swamp, add in some cocoa powder and a bit of honey to sweeten it.
If you’re lucky enough to have a peach season where you live, you have to try this recipe!
Perfectly ripe peaches make for a tasty smoothie fruit any time of year.
The secret ingredient in this recipe is the grapes added to the blender.
It’s a perfect balance of sweet and tart all in one cup.
The beach vibes are strong with this one! Talk about an island oasis, this smoothie has it all.
Buttery cashew nuts blend well with chunks of pineapple, mango, and coconut.
A sprinkle of spinach adds vitamins and minerals to this sinfully scrumptious smoothie.
In the morning, before a workout, I don’t want to think about anything.
(Especially not what I’m putting in the blender to chug a quick breakfast.)
Frozen mixed berries make for an easy start to this simple smoothie. Add your spinach and coconut water and you’re ready to go!
A little flax added to the mix makes it a well-balanced breakfast smoothie.
Coconut water is an excellent liquid base for smoothies.
This recipe is centered around coconut water for a tasty and refreshing smoothie.
This recipe has two flavors of smoothie for a lovely layered effect when serving.
One is layered with mint, mango, and spinach, and the other is raspberry banana.
Coconut water won’t change the flavor of your smoothie, but it can change the consistency!
Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for any fruity smoothies. But this light and fresh pear smoothie is just out of this world!
With Medjool dates to naturally sweeten, there’s no guilt in enjoying a big glass of this green drink.
For a hit of protein with it, add some chia seeds or nut butter to the smoothie.
I’m not sure why I’ve never made an apple smoothie before, but now I can’t go back.
Seriously, it has all the flavor of apple juice, with the thick and satisfying texture of a smoothie.
I like to add a sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg for a spiced apple flavor!
This recipe is great with or without dairy and deserves at least one try!
Put away the pickled beets, this recipe has all the color and no vinegar.
Though I do wonder how good a pickle smoothie might be?
Berries and bananas are smoothie staples, but beets are quite new!
Beets are loaded with minerals and vitamins, making them great for dieting.
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