From green breakfast drinks to chocolatey snacks, these Whole30 smoothies are too good to resist.
They’re bright, filling, and chock-full of nutrients.
One of the hardest parts about the Whole30 diet is giving up sweets and desserts.
That said, you can eat fruits and veggies, so it’s not all bad.
And when you blitz those fruits and veggies into fruity and chocolatey drinks, they’re almost like decadent milkshakes that’ll curb those cravings.
This list features 15 fantastic Whole30 smoothies that’re ideal for breakfast, lunch, or snacks.
They’re so yummy, even your non-Whole30 friends will want one!
15 Easy Paleo and Whole30 Smoothies for Breakfast
Any smoothie with mixed berries is a surefire hit in my house. And this thick, luscious drink is no exception.
You can whip it up in three minutes with just five ingredients – four if you leave out the banana – and it has a bright, sweetly tart taste.
Plus, all those berries (and the chia seeds) will give you plenty of vitamins and nutrients. The nut butter packs in lots of protein, too.
In short, it’s a great way to start your morning.
Did I mention it’s vegan (with suitable milk) and paleo-friendly, too? You’re welcome!
I love quick and easy smoothies you can pull together with just a handful of ingredients.
They’re so convenient, ideal for breakfasts on the go, and not at all heavy.
This one calls for blueberries, blackberries, almond butter, and almond milk. It has a crisp, tangy taste and a thick, filling consistency.
It’s also a low-FODMAP recipe, so it’s perfect for those with digestive troubles.
Ah, avocado and chocolate – that classic, unbeatable combination!
Okay, so avocado and chocolate don’t usually find themselves sharing the same recipe. But when they do, it’s always a winner!
And this smoothie is absolutely drool-worthy. It’s so rich and chocolatey that most people will never even realize it’s keto-friendly.
It has nine grams of protein and only four net carbs. That makes it hard to say no to this one.
Do you have bananas, non-dairy milk, and nut butter? If so, you have everything you’ll need to whip up this three-ingredient smoothie.
It’s a lightly sweet, not-too-rich breakfast drink that tastes incredible. Plus, it’s pretty much everything free.
There’s no meat or meat products, gluten, grains, or dairy. It’s also paleo- and allergen-friendly.
What more could you want out of a simple smoothie?
Sweet, tropical, and a little bit nutty, this smoothie will be a fast favorite.
It includes a generous scoop of protein powder to keep you full. However, it’s barely noticeable.
It’s a creamy smoothie that goes down smooth as silk.
Just don’t forget to throw in a handful of ice cubes. It tastes so much better when it’s cold.
Don’t let the green color of this smoothie throw you off. It’s a tropical treat through and through.
There’s plenty of kale in it, as you may have guessed from the color. But that also means it’s jam-packed with nutrients.
Still, the flavor is pure mango and pineapple – not a hint of green! Instead, it’s bright, citrusy, and wonderfully fresh.
It’s the kind of smoothie you can feel good about devouring. And the whole thing only has a single gram of fat.
I don’t know about you, but I’m sold!
The pumpkin and coconut smoothie is a strange but surprisingly delicious mix of summer and fall flavors.
You’ve got the tropical coconut and sweet banana for summer. Then, of course, there’s the pumpkin puree and pumpkin spice for autumn.
It may seem like an odd combination at first, but it isn’t. It tastes incredible.
It probably won’t replace your pumpkin spice latte addiction. However, it’s still a great way to jumpstart your morning with something delicious.
Creamy, buttery, and not too sweet, this five-minute, five-ingredient smoothie is just what you need to start your day.
It will certainly tickle your taste buds, and you’ll be coming back to it again and again.
You’ll mix frozen bananas, almond butter, cacao nibs, almond milk, and ice. The result? A refreshing, no-sugar-added taste everyone will love.
It’s a little high in calories but does have plenty of fiber and protein.
Enjoy it for breakfast or as a post-workout pick-me-up. You’ll love it either way.
‘Detoxifying green smoothie for healthy digestion’ pretty much says it all.
So, you won’t be surprised to hear it’s packed with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
It’s also great for detoxing and caring for your rumbling tummy. So while it’s not an apple, one of these a day may still keep the doctor away.
And at only 105 calories per serving, it’s not bad for your diet, either.
Mmmmm… dark chocolate. It’s such a decadent, delectable treat that’s usually a no-no for Whole30 dieters.
Luckily, you can enjoy it guilt-free for breakfast, lunch, or dinner with this smoothie.
Banana and chocolate pair so well together. So much so, you’ll never know there’s also spinach in the mix.
You can’t taste it; you can’t even see it! But you’ll get all the goodness in every glass.
This tasty Whole30 smoothie looks and tastes like a creamy chocolate milkshake.
One sip, and you might have to double-check the recipe! It’s that good!
This smoothie is so healthy and good for you, you’ll feel like a green goddess while drinking it. (Or a green god, of course!)
It’s not only Whole30-compliant but also dairy-free and vegan. And it has so much good stuff in it!
I’m not just talking about spinach and avocado, either. There’s also mango, pineapple, flax seed, bananas, and more!
Drink it first thing in the morning or in the middle of the day. It’s sure to give you a nice jolt no matter when you consume it.
This groovy green smoothie will give you a generous dose of nutrients to kick off your day.
It combines ingredients like spinach, avocado, and hemp hearts. Meanwhile, the lime juice, orange juice, and figs give it a sweet, slightly citrusy flavor.
I promise, it doesn’t taste anything like spinach as it’s high in protein and wonderfully light and creamy.
In fact, this is so yummy, even the kids will like it.
It’s dairy-free, and unlike many smoothies, it doesn’t use bananas. It’s still plenty sweet, though.
The creamy peach green smoothie is another banana-free recipe that’s remarkably thick and creamy.
It isn’t overly sweet but has a lovely sweetness from the peaches and vanilla.
Interestingly, you’ll also add a dash of ginger to this one. Along with the cinnamon, it gives the smoothie an unmistakable zing.
Don’t let the pineapple, lime, and coconut milk fool you – this isn’t a recipe for a piña colada.
Though once you taste it, you’ll certainly notice some similarities.
This vitamin and veggie-packed smoothie is vegan-friendly and dairy- and gluten-free.
Plus, you can whip it up in just five minutes.
The calorie count is a little high, but it’s got 15 grams of protein and loads of fiber.
Never choose between a smoothie and your morning cup of joe again. Instead, combine both of your favorite morning drinks into one.
It’ll wake you up and keep you full till lunchtime. It’s hard to beat that.
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