Fiber, vitamin C, and lutein are just some of the health benefits you'll get from drinking this lovely green smoothie.
Smoothies like this vibrantly coloured, high-fiber option are possible year-round by using frozen berries in place of their fresh counterparts.
This tasty and nutritious smoothie is made with beta-carotene-rich carrots and vitamin-rich pineapple.
This smoothie has a nice mix of flavours thanks to the mint and green tea as well as the sweet strawberries and tart lime.
The addition of chia seeds gives this smoothie a texture reminiscent of bubble tea, and they also provide a healthy dose of fibre and omega-3 fats.
Smoothie made with peaches and heart-healthy oats that have been softened in hot water for more body and creaminess.
The fibre and vitamin C-rich roasted almonds give this smoothie a hearty texture and a nutty, toasted taste.
You can make this smoothie whenever you choose throughout the summer if you have frozen watermelon pieces on hand.
If you'd want to avoid using nuts, try substituting wheat germ (about 1 tablespoon) for the peanuts (nutrients will change).
The low-fat yoghurt and the apple cider vinegar give this fiber-rich smoothie its tangy flavour. It's a nice change of pace from the decadent pumpkin treats that entice us every autumn.
A dash of maple syrup adds sweetness, while wheat germ adds a nutty flavour and a healthy dose of iron, zinc, and vitamins B and E.
This holiday-themed smoothie is a high-fiber, low-fat replacement for traditional eggnog. To balance the savoury with the sweet, we use dried dates.