Looking for tasty and nutritious smoothies you can whip up in minutes? These NutriBullet smoothie recipes are delicious and a convenient way of getting in your five-a-day. Try out these six recipes with your kids and pick a family favourite – ours is definitely the chocolate and peanut butter!
Sweet fruits like bananas, berries and oranges will always be stables in smoothies. The smoothies packed full of these fruits make for a perfect snack as everyone will be hungry in an hour or two, so it won’t spoil any meal times.
However, if you’re looking for a smoothie that packs more of a punch, we have also included recipes that include peanut butter, greek yoghurt and oats to keep hungry tummies fuller for longer.
Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes
#1. Easy Banana and Berry
Have you got bananas on the brink of being binned? Don’t waste them, freeze them instead. These frozen banana chunks are essential to this recipe as it makes the smoothie thick.
You’ll need one frozen banana, a handful of berries, a few chunks of fresh pineapple, a tablespoon of vanilla yoghurt and some cranberry juice. This recipe is the most requested smoothie in our house – enjoy!
#2. Deliciously Ella’s Blueberry and Banana Smoothie
Packed full of antioxidants, blueberries are a superfood you’ll want to include in your family’s diet. Deliciously Ella’s blueberry breakfast smoothie is brimming with nutritional benefits. The oats and almond butter make it ideal for filling up hungry tummies and the blueberries, dates, flaxseeds and chia seeds provide a healthy dose of vitamins and omegas.
#3. Immunity Boost Smoothie
Power up your immune system with this NutriBullet smoothie recipe. It is packed with ginger, cayenne pepper and turmeric to keep away colds and flu. However, the fruits come to the rescue to make this smoothie taste sweet. The orange, carrot, mango and coconut water balance it out, so it’s a smoothie your kids will actually enjoy.
#4. Peach and Carrot Smoothie
You will only need four ingredients to make this delightful peach and carrot smoothie from Primavera Kitchen. The combination of carrot and peach might surprise you but the flavours are perfectly balanced out with coconut water and greek yoghurt. You can also add honey if you prefer a sweeter smoothie.
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#4. Green Smoothie Recipe the Kids Will Love
Green smoothies have exploded in popularity in the last few years because it’s a fantastic way to get in your greens without really tasting them. We love the peanut banana green smoothie and the berry green smoothie recipes from MomOnTimeOut.
The NutriBullet blends the added spinach in seconds and leaves the smoothie smooth. The peanut butter and fruit dominate the taste, so it’s utterly delicious but you’re still getting the benefits from the spinach.
#6. Chocolate and Peanut Butter Smoothie
You can have your chocolate and still reap from the nutritional benefits. Cacao is rich in antioxidants and this NutriBullet smoothie is packed full of peanut butter to keep you fuller for longer! The peanut butter and chocolate smoothie have one of your five-a-day in the form of a banana, just going to show that healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring!