Need a smoothie fix? We've got eight tasty recipes that will help you perk up, stay slim, and be superhealthy. Plus, choose from a variety of nutritious add-ins you can use to tailor-make your own energy-boosting creations.
Sunrise Smoothie Parfait
Blend açaí with agave nectar, mango, and lime juice for a burst of delicious antioxidant-infused energy.
Try this recipe: Sunrise Smoothie Parfait
Tropical Treat Smoothie
Longing to escape the ho-hum? Sip this pineapple, fresh mint, coconut, and ginger blend. (at left)
Power up with this tasty mix of banana, yogurt, pecans, nutmeg, and a splash of maple syrup. (at right)
Meals in a glass
Whip up a breakfast, lunch, or dinner smoothie the next time you have to eat on the run.
Are you a grab-and-go kind of girl? Make our Wake-Up Smoothie in seconds then drink as you dash. (center)
Looking for a low-cal protein boost? Try our Berry Power-Up Smoothie, which blends ripe, sweet berries with whey protein. Perfect for a post-yoga glow. (bottom)
Veggie lovers listen up: this cilantro-spiked Spring Salad Smoothie is a tasty way to get greens. Pair it with grilled fish for an ultra-healthy meal. (top)
Add this milk-based protein to that après-workout smoothie to repair your muscles. (top center)
Just 2 tablespoons packs 20% of your daily vitamin E and folic acid. (bottom left)
Dragging? This antioxidant-rich powder made from green tea leaves gives a no-cal buzz.
Fresh ginger adds a warming effectand a mere 2 calories per teaspoonto your smoothie. (top left)
This creamy probiotic beverage tames tummy troubles and boosts calcium. (top right)
We love its natural sweetness (only 21 calories per teaspoon), but honey also helps soothe sore throats. (bottom center)
Photo: Kate Sears (all)
Sprinkle smoothies with these heart-healthy, omega-3-rich seeds. (top left)
This bright green grass offers similar benefits to broccoli, but tastes a whole lot better in smoothies. (top right)
Silken Soft Tofu
Blend this in with any smoothie for a dose of heart-healthy protein with a calcium kick. (bottom center)