Are you tired of boring or restrictive low-calorie meals?
Well, these Weight Watchers smoothie recipes are here to help you to break out of your usual routine.
Smoothies are a wonderful way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet.
With a myriad of combinations of fruits, vegetables, nut butter, and more, you can make a smoothie that will please even the pickiest palates.
Whether you are following a Weight Watchers plan or not, these 20 simple and delicious smoothie recipes will be a great addition to your everyday life.
They’re filling, nutrient-packed, and low-calorie, making them great for breakfast, lunch, or snack time.
(NOTE: If you are on a Weight Watchers plan, these smoothies are all 6 points or less).
So, get to blending! Just don’t forget the lid.
For many, green smoothies are intimidating. They look so… well, healthy. Maybe, the vibrant shade of green reminds you of those Mr. Ick poison stickers from the 90s.
Well, don’t judge this smoothie by its color.
The rise and shine green smoothie will Hulk-smash your taste buds with its green goodness.
Kale, banana, apple, and ginger star in this vitamin-packed and naturally sweetened smoothie. Yes, it is healthy, but it also tastes so good!
Starting your day with this banana oatmeal smoothie will start the day on the right foot.
The combination of almond milk, oats, and frozen banana will leave you with a creamy, filling, and delicious drink. You can even customize it!
I recommend shredded coconut, passion fruit seeds, and dark chocolate shavings.
Sweet and nutty, this scrumptious smoothie is loaded with healthy fats and protein, so you’ll stay fuller, longer.
This recipe uses PB2 Powder, which is a high-protein, low-sugar peanut butter substitute that allows you to get a little more bang for your buck!
If you’re looking for a sweet treat, but don’t want to jeopardize the strides you’ve been making on your weight-loss journey, then try this Weight Watchers banana chocolate smoothie.
Made with banana and sugar-free chocolate pudding mix, it tastes like dessert but doesn’t have the calories.
This bright and cheerful smoothie will wake up your tastebuds and energize your morning.
Featuring tart raspberries and sweet bananas, this smoothie is also heart-healthy and good for moderating your blood sugar.
Make your life simple by making your breakfast ahead of time.
Oats, almond milk, powdered peanut butter (like PB2), and mashed banana sit together overnight to create a yummy breakfast that will keep you full until lunch. It’s like a sleepover for flavor!
Customize these overnight oats with your favorite toppings.
Bursting with brilliant blueberry flavor, this antioxidant-rich smoothie bowl is the perfect way to start your day.
It has a luscious, sorbet-like texture that comes from frozen bananas and creamy Greek yogurt. Top it with fruit, granola, seeds, nuts, or anything else that sounds delicious!
Make this fan-favorite Smoothie King recipe at home with only six simple ingredients.
Dates, almond milk, cocoa powder, peanut butter, banana, and your favorite protein powder come together to make a tasty and very filling smoothie.
Drink it 30 minutes pre-workout for an energy boost when you hit the gym!
Head to paradise with this tropical mango and pineapple smoothie. Tart pineapple, sweet mango, and sour lime take your tastebuds on a fantastic ride.
Mango and pineapple are filled with antioxidants that will make your skin glow… almost like you’ve been soaking up some rays.
This copycat recipe will take you straight to Disney! Released in the ’80s, Disney’s Dole Whip has been a fan-favorite for many centuries, but the ice cream treat isn’t exactly health-conscious.
That’s where the Weight Watchers Dole Whip comes in. Simply blend pineapple and low-fat milk until the chunks disappear.
It’s easy, delicious, and much healthier than the original. If you want the consistency to be a little more like ice cream, freeze the pineapple beforehand.
If you love milkshakes, then this strawberry smoothie is the one for you! Made with a mix of fresh and frozen strawberries, the consistency feels like ice cream.
While this recipe calls for low-fat milk, you can easily substitute your favorite plant-based milk.
Papaya is such an underrated fruit. Melon-like in its texture, it has a sweet taste and notes of chocolate. Better yet, it is chock-full of carotenes, vitamins, minerals, and more.
Made with fresh papaya, frozen banana, coconut water, and Greek yogurt, this smoothie is sweet, tropical, and so dreamy!
If autumn is your favorite season and you live for all things pumpkin, then this is the smoothie for you!
Velvety pumpkin puree, warm spices, and maple syrup make this pumpkin pie smoothie taste exactly like fall.
Fruity and delicious, this Weight Watchers fruit smoothie tastes like you took a fruit salad and plopped it directly into the blender.
This particular recipe uses strawberries, bananas, kiwi, blueberries, orange juice, and peach yogurt.
However, the best part is that you can totally customize this smoothie with whatever fruit, juice, or yogurt you have on hand!
If you’re like me, then you can’t function without coffee in the morning.
Well, this healthy coffee banana smoothie will give you the boost you need! It tastes like a frappuccino but has a fraction of the calories.
This recipe calls for specific ingredients like cinnamon and nutmeg, but you can easily tailor this smoothie to your preferences.
Hear me out… avocados should ALWAYS go in smoothies. Their buttery consistency adds so much to the texture of the smoothie, but their mild flavor doesn’t detract from the other ingredients.
That said, this strawberry avocado smoothie is super scrumptious. Strawberries, pineapple, and avocado blend together to make you feel like you’re drinking sunshine.
This recipe uses low-fat milk, but you could try coconut milk for an even more tropical experience.
Prepare yourself, because you might just blow your mind when you taste this low-fat carrot cake smoothie! It tastes so much like the real deal, it’s practically magic.
This recipe requires a bit more time, effort, and ingredients than most of the smoothies on this list, but it’s so worth it.
Top it off with coconut whipped cream, and you’ll have an indulgent treat that’s actually good for you.
This orange carrot smoothie with ginger is like liquid gold. Its three ingredients are all power-packed with nutrients to make a drink that benefits your body.
If you prefer your smoothie on the sweeter side, feel free to add a bit of honey. Top it with some mint and orange zest for a refreshing zing!
Decadent is right! Medjool dates and Nutella make this low-calorie smoothie taste like dessert. Have it for breakfast, lunch, or a late-night snack.
If your breakfasts have been needing a little pick-me-up, look no further. Coffee, plus bananas, PLUS peanut butter, PLUS CHOCOLATE equals one of the best smoothies you will ever have.
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