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5 Spring Smoothies

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5 spring smoothies

It's spring! We're celebrating with 5 NEW smoothie recipes - from green to tangy to peanut butter-y. Which will you try first?

Spring Smoothies

Spring Green Smoothie

10 fl oz | 3 Servings | 130 Calories

6 fl oz unsweetened almond milk
1 medium apple, cored and quartered
1 orange, peeled and halved
1 tbsp hemp seeds
1 cup fresh spinach
¼ cup high-protein granola
2 cups ice cubes

Blend on "Smoothie" Cycle.

 

Spring smoothies

Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie

10 fl oz | 2 Servings | 170 Calories

1 cup unsweetened almond milk
½ banana
¼ cup rolled oats, dry
2 tbsp raw almonds
½ tsp stevia (1 packet)
1 cup frozen blueberries

Blend on "Smoothie" Cycle.

 

Spring smoothies

Crunchy PB & Banana Smoothie

10 fl oz | 2 Servings | 250 Calories

1 cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tbsp peanut butter
1 banana
1½ cups ice cubes
¼ cup high-protein granola (we like Nature Valley® Oats 'n Honey Protein Granola)

Blend on "Ice Crush" Cycle.

 

Cran-Razz Fusion Smoothie Recipe

Cran-Razz Fusion

9 fl oz | 4 Servings | 120 Calories

8 fl oz cranberry juice
½ cup water
1½ cups red cabbage
1 banana
½ cup fresh raspberries
1 Greek yogurt, vanilla (5.3 oz)
1 cup frozen strawberries
1 cup ice cubes

Blend on "Whole Juice" Cycle.

 

Strawberry Coconut Blend Smoothie Recipe

Coconut Strawberry Blend

8 fl oz | 3 Servings | 100 Calories

6 fl oz coconut milk
1 cup fresh strawberries
2 tbsp flaxseeds
1 Greek yogurt, vanilla or coconut flavor (5.3 oz)
½ tsp stevia (1 packet)
1 cup ice cubes

Blend on "Smoothie" Cycle.

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26 comments


  • GREAT, now I have to go and buy one of your blenders. They sound delicious?

    Mike on

  • Granola can easily be gluten free depending on the brand and if the oats are certified gluten free

    Nicole on

  • Hi Ann,
    If you go here, there’s a sign up box on the left side where you can sign-up for our weekly emails.

    Kelli Farley on

  • If a smoothie recipe doesn’t call for ice cubes, it’s most likely because it has frozen fruit in it.

    Kelli Farley on

  • the blueberry smoothie looks amazing!! Can’t wait to try it out for breakfast! Thank-you!

    Esther on

  • Thank you for your recipe, for better sweetener option use coconut sugar, it is great even for diabetics, it has low glycemic index
    nuts can be replaced by flakes of barley, it is so healthy, it contains so many heart full nutrients on top of good fibers

    Samar on

  • Just bought the classic 570 Blendtec at Costco, Timmy Mack did a fantastic job selling this blender but in all his recipes he added ice cubes none are mentioned in yours why?

    yvette on

  • I purchase gluten free oats and granola at Sprouts stores.

    Cheryl on

  • Awesome, keep up the the creative and healthy smoothies!!

    Penny on

  • would like to get on your recipe email list. Thanks Ann

    Ann on

  • Hi Rosie,
    Oats do not contain gluten (they may contain a trace amount if they are processed in a factory that also processes wheat products). There are companies that process their oats in a facility that is dedicated to a gluten free facility (i.e. Bob’s Red Mill). Oats are a whole grain and they are an important part of a healthy diet. They are an excellent source of fiber and complex carbohydrates that give us long term energy throughout the day. For the yogurt, there are brands that are dairy free you can use instead. They have yogurts made from organic (GMO free) soy, coconut milk and almond milk that are delicious!!! You may want to try them.

    EK on

  • Hi Rosie,
    We definitely always like to try new recipes for all of our customers to enjoy. If there’s ever granola/oats listed in a smoothie, you can leave them out, it won’t change the recipe much. Also, using a banana in place of yogurt is a great option.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Hi Marilyn,
    If you click on the title of each recipe, it will take you to the nutritional information.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Hi Ana,
    If you click on the name of each recipe, it will take you to a page that shows all the nutritional information.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Thanks Mary Ann. We’re so glad you enjoy them!

    Kelli Farley on

  • Your weekly Blendtec email recipes are totally awesome. Thank you
    for sharing these treasures! Please keep up the awesome good work.

    Mary Ann on

  • I love my blender and use it every day. Thank you for the great recipes. I purchased a reconditioned one, and it works great. My son was so impressed with the blender, he ordered one. I wish you has some sort of student discount. My daughter is in grad school (no money and little time) and your blender would be great for quick healthy smoothies. Thank you.

    Tammy on

  • Love my Blendtec, it is 9 years old and still going strong :)
    My husband has been diagnosed with Diverticulitis therefore no nuts and seeds of any kind.
    So I am looking for recipes without any nuts and seeds
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank you

    Gwen on

  • Now you guys are finally starting to get on the right path! These are better smoothies than you normally come up with. Only a reasonable amount of fruit, no added sugar, and the inclusion of other good foods with the use of stevia (although if people are using a pure stevia, 1/4 teaspoon would be totally undrinkable…the scoop is minute, about the size of half a green pea and it would take about 3 or so for these). Keep up the good work!

    Patti on

  • These recipes look great but I would like to know the sugar content

    Ana on

  • Would like to know nutrient counts, not just calorie count, I.e., carbs, sugars, fat etc

    Marilyn on

  • Lots of people avoiding gluten and dairy these days—very surprised to see all the oats and granola in so many of these—and the yogurt. All of these have one or the other. What else is possible?

    Rosie on

  • I love my blendtec and I promise not to blend a cell phone in it!
    Thank you for more recipes. Keep ’em coming…

    Gwendolyn on

  • Thank you for these wonderful “free” recipes!

    Linda on

  • Use Chia Seeds, nuts, or flax seed to add protein instead of the oats and granoloa. I never use yogurt in smoothies anymore – use almond milk or soy milk plus a half of a banana … and I sweeten with agave nectar when I want more … I also never use ice – I just use frozen fruit (cut into bite size pieces before frozen) – enjoy mixing things up to your own liking

    Deb on

  • I used it every day,it is too good.

    Rita on

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