3 Nutrient-Packed Vegan Smoothie Recipes

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When you’re ready to make your plant-based smoothies, a good place to start is by focusing on better nutrition with those smoothies. This ensures you are making a smoothie that is vegan-approved but also has all the important nutrients you need while on a plant-based diet.

Here are some different options to try out:

Berry and Kiwi Smoothie

When you want a smoothie that isn’t using any dairy but packs a big nutrient punch, you want to look at the combination of fruits and veggies you are using. Instead of just a berry smoothie, add other fruits like kiwi to offer even more health benefits to it.

The berries and kiwi are both loaded with antioxidants, plus have vitamin C and lots of other nutrients. Try to use frozen fruit if you can, as that reduces how much ice you need. Strawberries and blueberries taste great with kiwi and can be added right into the blender. Peel your kiwi and add it, then use some orange juice so you can avoid any dairy in the smoothie.

Green Smoothie

This smoothie isn’t your ordinary green smoothie but has some other ingredients to increase its overall nutrition and protein. You will start with basic green smoothie ingredients like apples and spinach, then add other fruits for more nutrition.

Along with that, add in a little peeled ginger, hemp protein, and spirulina powder. For the dairy, coconut milk and almond milk both work great with this smoothie recipe. If you add in a frozen banana, you don’t need to use ice with the green smoothie

Nuts, Cinnamon, and Maca Smoothie

Here is a smoothie that uses an interesting collection of ingredients to not only be good for a plant-based diet but add in some extra nutrients at the same time. Plus, it will taste like you are eating a cinnamon cookie! You want to use almond butter and almond milk, plus some ground cinnamon, flaxseed, dates, and vanilla extract.

Don’t forget the maca powder, and consider adding some hemp protein powder for a protein smoothie that is great to enjoy after a workout.

As you can see, there are many ways to add more nutrition to your plant-based smoothies. You can go with different fruits, add in some greens, or go with additives like maca powder, nuts, and flax seeds. It is possible to have healthy and nutritious smoothies that are completely vegan-friendly.

What are your favorite things to put in your smoothies?

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  • Reply Debbie P at 4:07 pm

    I would really like to try these. Thanks.

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