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87 High Fiber Smoothies

After covering the plant-based foods that are highest in fiber and describing why fiber is necessary, we thought a list of our highest fiber smoothies was in order. So, here are 87 of them! And, lucky for you, they aren’t just rich in fiber. They also contain essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fats, all of which will keep you feeling your best and brightest all day long. Plus, they all taste delicious!

Banana Nectarine Chard

Swiss chard might be one of the most beautiful leafy greens around. It’s vibrant colored stems and leaves are from betalain pigment--the same pigment found in beets. This pigment is shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification properties. Is there anything swiss chard can’t do?

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Pomegranate Grapefruit

Another tangy pick-me-up full of fiber and flavor! Baby kale is sweeter and subtler than “adult” kale but still contains all the anti-inflammatory, immune-strengthening benefits of the cruciferous vegetable family. Juicy grapefruit also helps the immune system, boosts the metabolism, and can help fight stress. Superfruit pomegranate’s antioxidant benefits are concentrated in this tart and powerful powder. Blend it all together with hydrating, potassium-packed coconut water.

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A Pear of Beets

Though the ingredients of this smoothie may surprise you, the taste does not disappoint. Sweet and savory is the perfect pear, err, pair. And with an impressive nutritional profile to boot, this smoothie is perfection.

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Hemp Seed Crudités

It might just be us, but hemp seeds are a work of natural culinary art. They bring a perfect balance of creamy and nutty flavors, all the while providing more than their fair share of protein, fatty acids, fiber and vitamin E. Hemp seeds, you’re just too kind.

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Apples and Pears

These ingredients are all you need for an orchard-in-a-glass smoothie. Between the vitamins A and C, your immune system will be rock solid. Plus the fiber content in the fruits and veggies will keep you feeling full, satisfied, and ready for a day of apple picking. A smoothie so sweet, it'll make you realize that apples and pears truly are the perfect pair.

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Apple Action Potential

This green smoothie is perfectly concocted, and we don't just mean in terms of flavor. Iron is essential in energy production and is best absorbed when paired with vitamin C. That is exactly what we have accomplished with this smoothie. Pumpkin seeds are loaded with Iron and camu camu powder is rich in vitamin C. And, best of all, each delicious ingredient perfectly compliments the aromatics from the lime and cilantro.

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Grapes of Wrath

Wheat germ is basically the best part of wheat plant; it’s what will nourish a new wheat plant yet to grow. Because of this, it’s packed with protein, omega 3 fatty acids and fiber -- all good things!

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50 Shades of Green

Parsley is the unsung hero of the spice world. Used as mostly a garnish, we sometimes forget that it can add quite a lot of flavor, in addition to Vitamins K, C, and A. Arugula further contributes it's Vitamin K, which provides a boost for bone and brain health.

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Strawberry Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a source of vitamin K, which plays a role in brain health and function. Vitamin K also stimulates bone growth and repair. Strawberries possess a phytochemical called ellagic acid, which can prevent collagen destruction and inflammatory response—two major factors in the development of wrinkles! Cashews, banana, and lucuma powder blend together to add a creamy consistency and nutty flavor.

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A Sage Pear

With the special ingredient, moringa, this green smoothie's name speaks volumes. Moringa is a plant native to the sub-Himalayan areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. Due to its anti-aging and stress management benefits, it’s no wonder that it’s often used to make medicine. It also may be a natural immune booster, and helps the body get rid of toxins.

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Blueberry Fig

Figs are sweet and delicate. Their tender outer skin can be eaten along with their soft insides. Pairing figs with the light flavors of romaine and blueberries ensures that you’ll be able to taste all the subtleties. Not only do they tasty, figs contain Pectin, which is a fiber that may help reduce bad (LDL) cholesterol. We can dig that!

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Sweet Bok Choy

We love bok choy because it is sweet with hints of spice. It’s part of the cabbage family and is sometimes referred to as pak choi, white-celery mustard or Chinese white cabbage. Whatever you decide to call it, bok choy does the body good. It has tons of antioxidants, fiber and vitamins, which help reduce LDL cholesterol and protect against breast, colon, and prostate cancers.

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Golden Beets and Orange

We love the Golden Beets and Orange smoothie for its savory flavors and bright color. Aside from the uber healthy benefits of golden beets (high in antioxidants and fiber), they also taste delicious. If the earthy flavor of its red counterpart is too much, the golden beet might be a great gateway root vegetable. It is slightly sweeter and its earthy tones are more subtle which go hand-in-hand with the light crisp flavors of oranges and raspberries. Also, peeling these guys won’t turn your hands fuchsia. #winning

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Cucumber Apple Parsley

Cucumbers are in season so that means we are trying to eat them (and drink them) as much as possible! This smoothie is keeping it local. The cilantro and cucumbers are both from the Brooklyn Grange, an urban rooftop farm in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Keeping it close to home tastes so good!

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Apple Pie

There are over 2,500 varieties of apples grown in the United States each season. And while we love the comfort of an apple pie, this apple pie smoothie satisfies our sweet tooth without having to turn on the oven.

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Almond Pear Zest

Almond Pear Zest reminds us of that refreshing, clean feeling after a spring rain. This smoothie is high in iron from the kale, which helps in liver function and cell growth. It’s rich in vitamin C and fiber from the pear, which promotes healthy and vibrant skin. And the almonds add healthy fat and protein, which help us feel full for longer. It's got it all.

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Red, White, and Blue(berry)

This patriotic smoothie packs a powerful punch. (Say that five times fast!) Whether it’s the Vitamin A in the goji berries, the potassium from the banana or the fiber in the blueberries, this well rounded treat will have you reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to your blender.

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Lavender Apple Spice Cake

The fragrant herb lavender isn’t just for your aromatherapy bath! Edible-grade lavender (don’t use the sachets from your drawer!) adds an elegant flavor to a sweet or savory recipe. Apple and red butter leaf lettuce add fiber and nutrients including vitamins A and K. To provide that baked good element, you’ll blend in some gluten free oats, cinnamon (may help regulate blood sugar), and vanilla almond milk. This is a cake with health benefits!

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Papaya Carrot Lime

Tropical fruit papaya may aid with everything from macular degeneration to bone health. Plus, it tastes delicious! The subtly sweet flavor and smooth texture complement the other orange-colored elements in this fiberful smoothie. Papaya and carrots both contain beta-carotene, which provides vitamin A and may reduce asthma, cancer, and heart disease risks. Lime adds a citrusy zing, and lucuma and cashews provide some nutty flavor!

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Arugula Pear

Peppery green arugula and tasty pear complement each other in this earthy-yet-sweet smoothie. Dried cranberries are nature’s candy! But the tiny bright berries are so much more. Their antibacterial properties aid in urinary tract health, preventing infections in that system as well as the digestive tract. Walnuts are a superfood for the brain AND the heart! Paired with chia seeds, this smoothie will have you functioning at peak performance.

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Sweet Strawberry Yam Mixer

The root vegetable is naturally sweet and full of fiber, iron, potassium, and vitamins B6, C, and D. Yams are a clean source of energy to fuel your workout! The seeds of this smoothie--sunflower and flax--are full of healthy oils and minerals. Strawberry and orange really sweeten the mix. Drink and be well!

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Creamy Pineapple Coconut

Do you like pina coladas? So do we! This tropical blend will transport you to a sandy beach and crystal blue waters. Well, not really, but we can indulge in the fantasy. Coconut is chock-full of good fats, and healthy oils. The bromelain in pineapple is excellent in helping ease digestion and heartburn. This smoothie may taste like a cocktail, but it’s full of dietary fiber and nutrients to keep everything moving.

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Pineapple Orange Greensicle

Drink this smoothie for digestion and inflammation issues. On second thought, drink this smoothie whenever you want because it’s delicious! Pineapple and turmeric both fight heartburn and indigestion. Orange and pumpkin seeds combine as a kind of natural vitamin C and zinc tablet, boosting immunity and creating nuanced flavors. Lacinato kale is the “black kale” of Tuscan cuisine, providing fiber and detoxification properties.

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Raspberry Jalapeño

You’ll feel alive when you sip this bright and spicy smoothie! Beets are an excellent source of potassium, iron, vitamins A, B & C; folic acid, and fiber. They contain betaine, a natural antidepressant… Romans used beets as an aphrodisiac. Jalapenos contains capsaicin, which helps burn calories, reduce inflammation, and can help ease pain. Antioxidant-rich raspberries, omega-packed hemp seeds, and hydrating coconut water round out the recipe!

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Cashew Butter Chocolate Pretzel

Cacao powder is our favorite way to deliver decadent chocolatey goodness with none of the extra sugar or fat. Cashews are so versatile! The butter is a tasty alternative to almond or peanut butter, and contains more iron, copper, and phosphorus. Gluten free oats give this concoction it’s baked good appeal, and Swiss chard provides 13 different polyphenol antioxidants. Get sweetness, fiber, potassium, and pectin from banana and pear!

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Cinnamon Apple Crumble

Here’s an irresistible comfort food-inspired treat. Swiss chard has a subtle, earthy flavor, which complements the sweetness of apples. Cinnamon is excellent for helping to regulate blood sugar levels. Nutritious grain quinoa is packed with iron, B vitamins, calcium, and fiber. It’s a complete protein and contains all of the essential amino acids. Walnuts offer additional protein plus heart healthy benefits!

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Coconut Almond Macaroon

Coconut is a superfood that everyone’s been talking about. It can help lower cholesterol and fight off viruses and infections. Cacao is an excellent source of magnesium, which aids in muscle and nerve function. The nibs contain dietary fiber and iron, and can help improve mood by releasing neurotransmitters that trigger happy feelings. Banana, pear, and almond milk blend together to make this smoothie extra creamy. We’ve even snuck in some greens.

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Tropical Carrot

You’ve been told that carrots are good for you since you first saw a Bugs Bunny cartoon. Well, they’re not just good for the eyes! (Which they are, thanks to Vitamin A from beta-carotene.) Studies have shown that carrots may reduce the risk of certain kinds of cancer. Mangos contain probiotic fiber, and like carrots, are good for the skin. Superfoods hemp seeds and goji berries provide immunity boosters to round out this delicious detoxifying smoothie.

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Pear Pom Pom

This smoothie is the love potion you are searching for. Maqui berry, hemp seed, and pomegranate load this elixir with antioxidants and essential fatty acids. They help promote a healthy immune system and protect against signs of aging, all while giving you that healthy glow. Pomegranate seeds are also believed to be a potent aphrodisiac. Get ready to fall in love with this smoothie!

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Green Machine

Chlorella is the star of this refreshing green drink. A single-celled freshwater algae native to Asia, this super supplement is rich with phytonutrients like amino acids, chlorophyll, potassium, phosphorous, and biotin. It helps boost the immune system and digestion. This recipe is a skin-saver, too-- vitamin C from the orange, and good fat and anti-inflammatory properties of almonds benefit the body’s biggest organ. Apple, greens, and orange deliver fiber and fresh, invigorating flavors!

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Chocolate Raspberry Tart

This decadent smoothie tastes just like a delicious dessert! Walnuts contain gamma-tocopherol, the type of vitamin E that provides the most protection against heart disease. Paired with mesquite powder, they give this drink a complex nutty flavor. Cacao powder isn’t just tasty-- it supplies protein, fiber, and many of the B vitamins. Raspberries are tiny antioxidant vessels, full of free radical-fighting alpha and beta-carotene.

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Pineapple Punch

Pineapple has plenty of dietary fiber, which is essential to intestinal and digestive health. The spiky tropical fruit contains significant amounts of the enzyme bromelain, which breaks down protein and aids digestion. Flaxseeds are a complete protein (they contain all nine essential amino acids). And a generous splash of lime makes this a drink worthy of a mini-umbrella! 1

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Ants on a Log

Here’s a childhood classic remixed for grown-up palates. Healthful, protein-packed almond butter delivers “good fats” to reduce inflammation and make your skin glow. Swiss chard provides many polyphenols, vitamins, and fiber. Low-cal celery is full of fiber and blends with wheatgrass for a sweet and green shot of energy. Raisins complete the mixture with sweetness and resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant.

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Pistachio Cream Pie

Avocado is loaded with potassium and can lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Besides being an addictive snack, pistachios provide fiber and healthy fats. Pistachios are filling and full of fiber and can help control weight. Spirulina is rich in Omega-3s and Chlorophyll, and contains more than 20 times the amount of calcium as milk! Banana and vanilla almond milk make this a truly creamy treat.

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Matcha Ginger Green Tea

Matcha is a traditional Japanese green tea. Finely powdered whole tea leaves provide a higher concentration of nutrients than tea that is simply brewed with leaves. Matcha is good for the heart and healthy digestion. Paired with ginger and a small amount of caffeine, this is an ideal pick-me-up for any time you might be slumping. Apple and spinach provide fiber and chia seeds kick in the protein.

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Kumquat Kiwi

Kumquats are a small tart citrus fruit native to south Asia and the Asia Pacific region. The rind of these olive-sized fruits can be eaten. Kumquats are a source of calcium, antioxidants, and fiber. They aid digestive health and have a tart, floral flavor. Tiny, mighty kiwis contain more vitamin C than an orange, and combine with kumquats, flaxseed, apple, and swiss chard for a cold-fighting powerhouse of a smoothie.

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Tropical Grapefruit Mint

This ain’t your grandma’s grapefruit diet! It’s a fresh and tart citrus delight full of vitamin C. Heart-healthy, fiber-filled grapefruit blends with sweet pineapple, refreshing mint, and superfood acai berry to bring you back to your last tropical vacation. Walnuts tone it back down and make this smoothie creamy and irresistible. Pro tip: Be sure to remove all the bitter pith (the white part around the grapefruit).

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Strawberry Orange Spice

Spice up your life? Kale yeah! The super green just won’t quit. This smoothie is full of fiber and flavor. Orange and strawberries taste like pure springtime goodness. The high vitamin E content in sunflower seeds provides anti-inflammatory benefits, and helps neutralize free radicals. Cinnamon instantly adds another dimension to any smoothie; paired with vanilla almond milk, it’s a creamy treat you’ll crave.

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Spring Awakening Green

Classic smoothie ingredients like creamy banana and juicy apple blend with satisfying spring mix and crisp celery for a fiber-rich breakfast or snack. Celery contains an element called butylphthalide that helps reduce bad cholesterol. It also aids digestion and contains magnesium which can reduce stress. Flaxseed provides a nutty flavor and delivers brain-boosting omega-3s for a true awakening!

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Beet Red Hibiscus Detox

This sweet and tangy smoothie combines tart hibiscus flowers with the earthy flavor of nutrient-packed beets. The beets are grown locally at Hepworth farms, located in upstate New York. Chilean maqui berry is a superfood rich in antioxidants and flavor. Orange adds a sweet hint of vitamin C and fiber to this vibrant red treat; almonds add protein!

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Spring Rain Anti-Inflammatory

This green smoothie is as light and refreshing as a spring rainshower in a green field. Anti-inflammatory cucumber aids in digestion, hydrates, and helps detox winter-weary skin. Pear adds a touch of sweetness, while lime and fresh dill add an unexpected flavor pairing. Tiny, powerful chia seeds add fiber and protein for the energy needed to jump in puddles and start your spring cleaning!

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The Grand Hemp Seed Hotel

This green smoothie is eminently Oscar-worthy in our book. Just like Wes Anderson's film, it's uniquely elegant and surprisingly refreshing. Spinach contains chlorophyll, which helps your liver break down and eliminate toxins. Pears add a healthy dose of pectin, a water soluble fiber, to keep your digestion in check and your tummy happy. A dash of hempseed adds healthy omega-3 fatty acids to protect your heart and immunity, balance your hormones, and boost your mood. You'll be all-smiles and ready to hit the red carpet.

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Best Cinnamon-tography

Packed with fiber and antioxidants, this smoothie is truly a masterpiece. Baby yams come with a healthy dose of B vitamins, vitamin C, iron and fiber to help keep your energy up, your heart protected, and your stomach satisfied. Apples and almonds double the fiber intake and provide vitamin C, vitamin E, manganese, biotin and copper. With a smoothie this abundant in vitamins and minerals, it's a sure winner.

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Caramel Delights (Samoas)

The Girl Scouts were on to something with this recipe. They started us off with caramel and coconut, and we've added healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. Cashews provide a rich, caramel-like flavor, and antioxidants known to help protect your heart. Coconut offers a sweet complimentary flavor while upping the healthy fat intake. Pineapples, greens, and pears add top it off with a healthy dose of fiber, vitamins A, B, C, potassium and pectin. And with all the wonderful nutrients of broccoli, BroccoLeaf (short for broccoli leaves) provides even more versatility and vibrancy to this recipe. Truly a delight.

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Rah-Rah Raisin

This is a green smoothie you can root for! It tastes like a delicious oatmeal raisin cookie, and it works wonders for your digestion. Raisins don't just add a special dash of happiness to oatmeal cookies; they do so for this smoothie as well. These little treats are loaded with insoluble fiber, which helps keep your digestion regular. Oranges round out this smoothie with some tartness, and tons of vitamin C.

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Penal-tea Time

Even the best athletes need time on the bench to regroup. This green smoothie allows you to do just that. Baby spinach and pears fill it with fiber and vitamins A, B and C, which protect your immune system and give you a healthy glow.

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Quarter Bok Choy

This smoothie is the ultimate defender. Bok choy, pear, and lemon are all rich in vitamins A, C, and K, all of which help to protect against harmful free radicals. Chia seeds and sesame seeds double the protection with high levels of protein, fiber and fatty acids. And we all know, the best offense is an even stronger defense.

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Half Thyme Show

It's time for a break. Sacha inchi (buy here), also known as the Inca peanut, is the seed of a plant that grows in the highlands of Peru. It's an excellent source omega 3 fatty acids and is a great way to sneak in more of those essential fats.

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Katy Berry

Feel like a rockstar and keep on singing with this superfood-filled treat. Bananas pack in potassium, fiber and vital electrolytes. Blueberries provide antioxidants, promoting brain function while giving you an energy boost. But, acai berries (buy here) are the real champions.

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Pumpkin Pie

The holidays may be over, but with this festive smoothie you can keep celebrating. It's packed with antioxidants, thanks to the pumpkin and banana. Both make for one rich and creamy smoothie with vitamins A, C, and E, all of which are needed to maintain healthy skin, eye sight, and immune system. Walnuts, chia seeds and pumpkin fill it with fiber. Satiation and overall health, guaranteed!

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Almond Fudge Frosty

Frostys aren't just a fast food beverage anymore! Our frosty is filled with nutrients. Cacao powder provides that chocolatey taste we love, as well as vital antioxidants. Oats add soluble fiber, which help to improve cholesterol, flush out toxins, and keep you feeling full. Add in a healthy dose of kale and this green smoothie has got it all. Treat yourself to a delightful start to your day!

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It is Easy Being Green

Light, refreshing and full of flavor, this green smoothie makes it easy to eat your greens. Snow peas are rich in vitamin K and B6 which keep your bones strong. They are also rich in vitamin C, boosting your immune system. The peas are perfectly complimented by sweet pineapple and tart lemon, both of which aid in digestion and detoxification. The flaxseed ups the ante, thanks to its high fiber content, plethora of omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidant richness. Yes, it is most definitely easy being green!

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Tres Leche Cake

This smoothie is our creamiest one yet and it's all thanks to the cashews! These healthy nuts provide the perfect richness and contain potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc and phosphorus, omega 3 fatty acids and almost every essential amino acid.

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Work Chard, Play Chard

This smoothie contains some of the best detox fruits and veggies like beets and acai berries, and will have you feeling refreshed and energized. Beets contain betaine, a compound known to help protect against liver damage, and help the liver process fats.

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Carrot Pine(apple)

This tangy treat is the ultimate detox smoothie. Every ingredient serves a purpose, ridding your body of toxins.

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Build me up, Buttercup

This smoothie will have you singing spontaneously and grinning from ear to ear. Part of that irrepressible glee is due to the butternut squash. Butternut squash is an excellent source of vitamin A, which helps the heart, lungs, kidneys, and other organs work properly.

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Green Vanilla Pitzel

Sweet, creamy and 100% delicious, this smoothie is truly a delight. Tarragon, an aromatic herb, adds a unique and tasty flavor while also adding a healthy dose of iron and antioxidants, known to neutralize free radicals.

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Carrot Ginger Kumquat

The carrots, ginger, and kumquat complement each other perfectly, all while creating a smoothie rich in essential vitamins and minerals. The kumquat, however, with its exciting, tangy taste, is the ingredient that truly punches it up.

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Pomegranate Orange Creamsicle

This smoothie is just like a treat from the ice cream man, but without the sugar or artificial additives. Instead, this Creamsicle is filled with superfoods, healthy fats, and lots of fiber. The tart pomegranate powder offers the perfect contrast to the sweet banana and the sour orange. It also gives you a healthy dose of vitamin C, potassium and polyphenols to help your body get rid of free radicals. Turmeric with natural anti-inflammatory and may lower the risk of heart disease.

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Avocado Apple Pie

Greens, apples, and avocados, this green smoothie has got it going on in terms of flavor and nutrients! Filled with fiber from the fruits and veggies, plus the healthy fatty acids from the acai berry and avocado, this smoothie will leave you satisfied and reinvigorated. Plus, your immunity will be well-protected, thanks to the antioxidants and high vitamin C content. So go ahead, blend yourself a slice of pie. You deserve it!

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Lemon Thyme

Take some thyme for yourself, why don't you?! A sprig of thyme may look delicate, but it really packs a punch in terms of flavor and nutrients. This herb is an excellent source of vitamin A, and is also a good source of iron, manganese, copper, and dietary fiber. It is also a powerful antioxidant that aids in digestion. Pair it with a pear and greens and you've got yourself one dynamite power-boosting snack or meal.

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I Yam, What I Yam

This is a smoothie with real substance. Yams are high in fiber and potassium, and rich in antioxidants. They keep you full and make this smoothie rich and creamy. The pear adds even more fiber and along with the raspberries, make this smoothie a real sweet (as well as substantial) treat. Boost your healthy fat intake with walnuts and chia seeds, and you’ve got a smoothie that paves the way to start the day totally satisfied.

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Purple Pineapple

Fun food fact: Purple cauliflower becomes purple from the presence of the antioxidant anthocyanin, which is also found in red cabbage and red wine.

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Go Go Goji Berries

Rise, shine and get going with this citrus and antioxidant filled treat! The carrots, oranges, sunflower seeds, and goji berries aren't just loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber to keep you ready to take on the day, but they are also packed with antioxidants. And thanks to those super foods, the only thing stronger than the orange color of this smoothie will be your immunity. Drink this to start your day off right, bright eyed and bushy tailed.

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Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie

Okay, based on this green smoothie's name we probably don't have to do too much convincing. It's creamy, sweet and delicious. What more can we say?

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Apple Spice Cake

You may spot the mesquite in this recipe and think we made a mistake. One doesn't often think of mesquite as an ingredient in a sweet, dessert dish, like apple spice cake. But don't let the name deceive you, this mesquite powder does not taste like the kind found on baby back ribs or your favorite barbecue dishes. Ground from the pods of the mesquite plant, this superfood has a sweet, nutty flavor, making it the perfect natural sweetener for this decadent treat.

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Creamed Spinach

We've taken a different approach to this holiday side dish, making it sweet rather than savory. But... the taste isn't the only sweet thing about it.

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Pecan Pie

No holiday party is complete without pecan pie. This pecan pie smoothie is a slice of heaven. We've taken the healthiest and tastiest parts of this decadent treat and added some superfoods to make this smoothie holiday worthy.

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Caramel Apple Cheesecake

Is there anything better than cheesecake? Lucuma, a subtropical fruit, has a distinctive sweet caramel taste. It is a great source of antioxidants, fiber and B vitamins. Grinding it into powder makes these benefits ultra-concentrated.

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Berry Apple Cheesecake

Tartness of a green apple cuts through this creamy, bright purple, superfood-filled smoothie. Banana and cashews are a guaranteed way to make any blend feel like a decadent dessert. Maqui powder originates in South America and may help support the cardiovascular system. The powder of the antioxidant-rich berries also has antiviral properties. Lucuma powder is also from South America, and has anti-inflammatory benefits that help with skin aging and healing. Cheers!

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Ginger Cranberry

Cranberries are an antioxidant rich in vitamins C and E, and full of fiber. With tart, juicy cranberries, spicy ginger and sweet oranges, this smoothie can't be beat.

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Chocolate Tahini No Bakes

No bake cookies are an ideal afternoon pick-me-up. And this smoothie is no exception. Touting an impressive roster of superfoods, this smoothie is sure to not only energize, but to keep your hunger at bay for hours.

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Chamomile Lemonade

Although you may have thought the lemonade you were selling as a kid was the best, this lemonade is much better. And not to mention, healthier.

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Creamy Cauliflower Pina Colada

Rarely is creamy a term we hear when dieting. And rarely is cauliflower used in the same sentence as pina colada. But, much like the interesting juxtaposition of these words, this smoothie will surprise you. Not only will the tangy and tart taste have you feeling like you're on a tropical island getaway, but with it's high fiber content it will also have you feeling satisfied.

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Caramel Apple

Melt into a world of caramel delight while enjoying lucuma, a South American superfruit rich in antioxidants, fiber, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Lucuma is an amazing source of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. This superfood acts as an anti-inflammatory and has anti-aging qualities. It has even been known to repair and revitalize human skin. Go back to this childhood classic and your skin just might follow suit.

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Sweet Potato Apple Bake

Sink into the comforts of Autumn with each and every sip of this smoothie. This ain’t your mama’s sweet potato apple bake. Nope, it’s got the powder of the ancient African superfruit baobab.

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Green Machine with Aloha Daily Good Greens

This fiber and vitamin rich smoothie will turn you into a green machine. We partnered up with our friends at Aloha and we have included a packet of Daily Good Greens. It will rock your world.

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Orange Rosemary Pomegranate

This smoothie packs a punch for sure. It’s pretty much has everything: Vitamins A, C, and K, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and antioxidants. It’s refreshing and satisfying. We amped up the vitality of this smoothie with pomegranate.

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Refreshing Tropical Recharger

The key to a healthy, sustainable way of exercising means choosing workouts that not only are good for your body, but that you actually enjoy. The same reasoning applies to what you put into your body via your mouth.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Nutella

Hazelnut and chocolate is a match made in heaven. While we typically see hazelnuts making an appearance in baked goods and coffee, it seems like it’s current claim to fame is Nutella. If given the opportunity, we could eat an entire jar of Nutella with a spoon. Luckily, we made this smoothie to help satisfy those chocolate cravings. Not only are hazelnuts high in fiber, they are rich in manganese and copper. Manganese is necessary for bone formation and copper is needed for iron absorption.

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Shiro Plum Crumble

Shiro plums are small and sweet with a translucent, tart skin. They are easy to spot due to their bright yellow appearance. We love this smoothie because it plays perfectly between the tart flavors of the plums and the sweetness of the strawberries. Adding the gluten free oats and walnuts makes this smoothie creamy and delicious.

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Spicy Chocolate Volcano

Welcome to the creamiest smoothie in the world. Bananas and avocados are uber creamy alone, but when they join forces, it makes for something extraordinary. The Spicy Chocolate Volcano Smoothie reminds us of those molten chocolate desserts we like to order on vacation. We swapped the sugar and butter out for fiber and potassium. This drink will health you keep your water balance, electrolytes and nervous system in check.

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Orange Sunrise

The Orange Sunrise is the perfect way to wake up in the morning. Refreshing nectarines and oranges paired with fresh kale leave you ready to take on your day. We jazzed this up with white chia seeds, but any variety will give you a jolt of fiber, omega fatty acids and calcium. Smoothie contributed by Anna Gannon.

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Raspberry Basil Healthy

This sweet and bright mixture contains heart-healthy walnuts, lycopene-rich tomatoes, and superfood goji berries. The immune system-boosting goji berries (also known as wolf berries!) come from China, Mongolia, and the Himalayas. They contain an antioxidant called zeaxanthin which can help in protecting the eyes from ultraviolet rays. Goji berries contain vitamins A and C as well as iron to help with cell renewal.

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Creamy and Craveable Cacao Zucchini

You work hard in the gym or in class, so once in a while, it’s time to treat yo’self. To avoid turning that treat into a train wreck that derails your best laid diet plans, focus on adding in health-enhancing superfoods like cacao and sunflower seed butter. This creamy, cacao-filled smoothie reminds me of chocolate zucchini bread.

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Cacao Maqui Grape

Maqui berry is a fruit originating from Chile. It’s claim to fame is that it's one of the most antioxidant rich foods on the plant. NBD, right? Not only does it kick free-radical butt, it also contains Vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium and anti-inflammatory compounds. It’s no wonder it has catapulted itself to superfood status. Take this smoothie to the next level and try freezing your grapes for an extra frosty affect.

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Apple Cider Basil

Apple cider vinegar is a health tonic that millions swear by. Many people take a tablespoon in the morning mixed into water. It’s an excellent way to detox, cleanse, and get a shot of energy. Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acids, and may have an alkalizing effect on the body. Strawberries and basil mix together for a refreshing summery taste, and banana and hemp seed combine to mask the acidity of the vinegar and make this smoothie extra filling.

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