12 post-holiday smoothie recipes
to help cure your month-long hangover.
Published Dec 28, 2015 5:00 AM
Well, we did it. It’s 2017! We spent the final weeks of 2016 celebrating (some of us maybe a tad too hard), but now is the perfect time to reboot and re-commit to our health. And what better way to kick off our healthy eating goals than with 12 super easy (delicious) ways to stick to them?
back on track green monster smoothie
Angela of Oh She Glows is a genius when it comes to creating healthy and delicious vegan cuisine and her smoothie recipes are as good as they get. Her Back On Track Green Monster is always the right answer this time of year. Check out the “smoothie” section of her recipe index for lots more smoothie recipes.
kale, spinach, and pear smoothie
Try Joy the Baker’s kale, spinach, and pear smoothie for a refreshing and vitamin-rich jumpstart to your day.
banana date smoothie
This banana date smoothie from The Kitchn tastes like a dessert but is chock-full of healthy fiber and can be made protein-rich by subbing Greek yogurt or soy milk for almond milk.
slimming avocado blueberry smoothie
This smoothie is filled with superfoods and tastes delicious.
pink energizer smoothie
Chocolate Covered Katie’s Pink Energizer smoothie contains a sneaky veggie ingredient (beets!) and the result is an incredibly nourishing, lightly sweet, lovely pink smoothie.
mango basil green smoothie
This smoothie is literally summer in a glass.
chocolate breakfast smoothie
If you’re looking for a smoothie that tastes like a chocolate shake but is filled with protein and fiber, try this Healthy chocolate breakfast smoothie.
pineapple coconut smoothie
The combination of pineapple and coconut create a bright, refreshing smoothie with just the right amount of sweetness for a great post-workout pick-me-up.
mango strawberry smoothie
For a simple fruit smoothie, try the mango strawberry smoothie from Ripe Life. Bonus: It looks like a gorgeous glass of Sherbet!
‘frozen monkey’ coffee banana smoothie
If mocha-flavor is your jam, skip the sugar-laden Frappuccino and make this much healthier ‘Frozen Monkey’ coffee banana smoothie from Serious Eats.
pumpkin pie smoothie
This pumpkin pie smoothie from Sally’s Baking Addiction is vitamin rich and truly does taste like pumpkin pie in a glass (P.S. pumpkin puree is loaded with Potassium and Vitamin A).
With only two ingredients, pomegranate juice and frozen berries, the antioxidant smoothie from Whole Living is a sweet, tart, and antioxidant-rich way to start your day.