13 Delicious and Easy-to-Make Smoothie Recipes

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Someone gave you another one of those really modern looking smoothie blenders for Christmas (or wedding or birthday or something) and you actually feel like, this time, you’re ready to give it a try instead of just re-gifting it. Unfortunately you have no idea what should go in it and how long it should be one and how it should smell… But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with these 13 delicious and really easy to make smoothie recipes. It includes a cookie recipe, which just happens to be the first one.

1. Blender Banana Oatmeal Muffins

 Blender Banana Oatmeal Muffins

Erin Clarke / Via wellplated.com

Blender Banana Oatmeal Muffins Cookies

These hearty muffins are made with smooth-blended banana and oats instead of butter and flour. Find the recipe here, via Well Plated.

1 Muffin (with dark chocolate chips):
140 calories
5.2 g protein
3.5 g fat (1.5 g saturated)
23.8 g carbohydrates (2.1 g fiber, 10.1 g sugar)
95 mg sodium

2. Spring Onion Frittata

Spring Onion Frittata

Jeanine Donofrio / Via loveandlemons.com

Aerating your eggs in a blender is the perfect trick to a light, fluffy frittata — plus, it’s so much faster than using a whisk. Find the recipe here, via Love and Lemons.

148 calories
12.4 g protein
8.6 g fat (3.4 saturated)
6.8 g carbohydrates (2.1 g fiber, 2.1 g sugar)
271 mg sodium

3. Mango Yogurt Lassi

Mango Yogurt Lassi

Alison Murray / Via omnomally.com

This classic drink from India is packed with probiotics and blended with fragrant mango and ginger. Find the recipe here via Omnomally.

211 calories
7.2 g protein
6.6 g fat (3.9 g saturated)
33.5 g carbohydrates (4.9 g fiber, 24.5 g sugar)
94 mg sodium

4. Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Blender Pancakes

Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Blender Pancakes

These blended pancakes are a little more dense and cake-like, plus they pack 18 g of protein per serving. Find the recipe here, via Kim’s Cravings.

312 calories
18 g protein
6.7 g fat (0.5 g saturated)
45.9 g carbohydrates (6.1 g fiber, 15 g sugar)
329.9 mg sodium

5. Green Egg Muffin Cups

Green Egg Muffin Cups

Jordan Shakeshaft / Via dailyburn.com

Channel your inner Dr. Seuss by blending fresh greens, eggs, and cheese and baking in a muffin tin. Find the recipe here, via Daily Burn.

257 calories
21.7 g protein
17.8 g fat (9.6 g saturated)
3.2 carbohydrates (1.1 g fiber, 1.1 g sugar)
383 mg sodium

6. Banana Berry Acai Bowl

Banana Berry Acai Bowl

Sami Berger / Via mysecondbreakfast.com

Freeze bananas the night before and blend with acai powder for an antioxidant-filled smoothie bowl. Find the recipe here, via My Second Breakfast.

301 calories
6.7 g protein
14.3 g fat (3.6 g saturated)
47.3 g carbohydrates (11.8 g fiber, 22.2 g sugar)
40 mg sodium

7. Peanut Butter Blender Bread

Peanut Butter Blender Bread

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Peanut Butter Blender Bread DOne

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Using a blender makes this PB bread insanely easy to make, and it ensures you won’t get any clumpy flour surprises. Find the recipe here, via She Wears Many Hats.

234 calories
9.4 g protein
10.6 g fat (2.1 g saturated)
27.3 g carbohydrates (1.8 g fiber, 13 g sugar)
292 mg sodium

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8. Rich Mole Verde

Rich Mole Verde

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Rich Mole Verde Done

Joshua Bousel / Via seriouseats.com

This tomatillo-based Mexican sauce is a healthy and flavorful way to spice up your dinner. Find the recipe here, via Serious Eats.

Mole (not including chicken or other protein):
204 calories
8.5 g protein
15.9 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat)
11 g carbohydrates (2.8 g fiber, 1.3 g sugar)
121 mg sodium

9. Hearty Artichoke Tomato Soup

Hearty Artichoke Tomato Soup

Alex Overhiser / Via acouplecooks.com

Because adding artichokes is always a good move. Get the recipe here via A Couple Cooks

204 calories
7.3 g protein
7.4 g fat (4.5 g saturated)
29.4 g carbohydrates (13.3 g fiber, 10.3 g sugar)
465 mg sodium*

*when made with low-sodium canned tomatoes and no-salt-added canned artichokes

10. Restaurant-Style Blender Salsa

Restaurant-Style Blender Salsa

This zesty pureed salsa is super easy and has less sodium than the jarred stuff. Find the recipe here, via Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.

54 calories
2.1 g protein
0.4 g fat
11.4 g carbohydrates (2.7 g fiber, 7 g sugar)
131 mg sodium

11. Sundried Tomato Pesto and Zucchini Noodles

Sundried Tomato Pesto and Zucchini Noodles

Kelly Senyel / Via justataste.com

You only need to blend five ingredients for this flavorful pesto sauce that goes great with zucchini noodles (or…any noodles). Here’s the recipe, via Just A Taste.

159 calories
5 g protein
10 g fat (1.0 g saturated)
14.5 g carbohydrates (3.4 g fiber, 8.1 g sugar)
79 mg sodium

12. Smooth Edamame Dip

Smooth Edamame Dip

Faith Gorsky / Via anediblemosaic.com

Trust, edamame is just as delicious in the blended dip form. Find the recipe here, viaAn Edible Mosaic.

125 calories
5.1 g protein
9 g fat (1.1 g saturated)
6.9 g carbohydrates (4.4 g fiber, 1 g sugar)
245 mg sodium

13. Gluten-Free Pão De Queijo (Cheese Bread)

Gluten-Free Pão De Queijo (Cheese Bread)

Elise Bauer / Via simplyrecipes.com

This classic Brazilian bread batter is blended with tapioca flour for a cheesy, gluten-free treat. Find the recipe here, via Simply Recipes.

2 mini muffins:
123 calories
3.4 g protein
10.6 g fat (2.4 g saturated)
4.3 g carbohydrates (0 g fiber, 1 g sugar)
368 mg sodium*

*with queso fresco, sodium content varies depending on cheese.

Mango Yogurt Lassi

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