5 Healthy Weight Loss Smoothie Recipes

Healthy Weight Loss Smoothie Recipes

There are 2 types of people out there. Those who love to spend hours in the kitchen cooking and those who simply prefer to stay comfortable and get feed by a milkshake.

The smoothies are today’s healthy milkshake. People are a little bit skeptical about this topic since usually they think that a drink won’t keep you satisfied. But quite the contrary.
It’s important to know that a healthy weight loss smoothie recipe should be viewed like any other meal of the day: include a healthy balance of macros.

 

How smoothies help with weight loss

If you are unsure how to make healthy and delicious smoothies without breaking your diet or getting out of your macros, allow me to enlighten you:
When you are serious about losing weight, you should know that it is super important to add carbs after working out. That way, you can start the recovery/muscle growth process.

And yet, if you’re on the hunt for some healthy smoothie recipes for weight loss, it might work to mix up a lighter portion of the carbs and a more substantial portion of the protein pre-workout. So that will help you to burn mostly fat as fuel.

Today I bring you some of the best weight loss smoothie recipes mixed with fruits, yogurt, and veggies. Yes, vegetables are included, as well. Don’t you worry, it won’t taste as it sounds!

WEIGHT LOSS SMOOTHIES RECIPES:

Especially for breakfast:

Having a rough morning? Try this one.

Pineapple, banana, and lucuma healthy breakfast smoothie:

If it’s hot outside, this tropical mellow yellow smoothie bowl will give you a refresh and boost your diet with a vitamin injection, and you fancy a healthy sweet treat.
Macros per serving: 300 kcals / 6g sat fat / 16g sugar / Serves 1

What you need:

70g frozen pineapple chunks
35g frozen banana chunks
1/2 tsp sprouted buckwheat
1/2 tsp lucuma powder
60ml coconut milk

You could add:

10g fresh apple slices
10g fresh banana slices

How to do it:

To start the base, add your frozen fruit and vegetables to a blender for 10-15 seconds until coarsely chopped.
Then you should pour in the non-dairy milk along with any powders, spices, or herbs, then mix for a further 10 to 30 seconds until blended but still thick.
For last, spoon the resulting sorbet into your bowl, then decorate with crunchy topping and fresh produce to serve.

Clean and Lean Choco Boost Smoothie

Had a super productive weekend? Perfect smoothies for Mondays. Another clean and lean detox-friendly breakfast: A protein-packed ‘chocolate’ smoothie.

369 kcals / 8g sat fat / 22g sugar / Serves 1
What you need:
180ml carton coconut milk
120ml coconut water
1tsp cacao
1tsp coconut oil
25g oats
1/2 banana
1tsp almond butter
3 ice cubes
1 espresso shot (optional)
1 scoop of protein powder (optional)

How to do it:

This is my favorite part: You just put it all in a blender, and you’re good to go. Perfect when you’re on a morning rush or just too lazy.

Blackberry Cheesecake Smoothie

For those who don’t know, the blackberry is one of the fruits lowest in carbs and sugar levels even less than strawberry or blueberry. So, if you’re doing Keto? No problem! I also have an option for you.
Macros per serving: 369 kcals / 8g sat fat / 22g sugar / Serves 1

What you need:

1 cup blackberries, could be fresh or frozen
1/4 cup full-fat cream cheese or creamed coconut milkweight loss smoothie recipes1/4 cup heavy whipping cream or coconut milk
1/2 cup water
1 tbsp olive oil or extra virgin coconut oil
1/2 tsp sugar-free vanilla
Hint: if you like it sweeter, you can add a little bit of stevia
How to do it:
Grab your blender and pour all the liquid ingredients, ice, and then the solid ingredients.

Smoothie a la Greek

No time to cook and looking to skip a meal? Try this one! Due to the Greek yogurt gives you a sensation of fullness that you can replace a breakfast or dinner entirely. Also, it could be great for an after work out.

Macros per serving: 409 kcals / 6.5g sat fat / 18g sugar / Serves 1

What you need:

1 cup of berries (can be blue or blackberry)
1 banana
3 oz of Greek yogurt (plain)
1 oz of Chia seeds
Optional: 1 tablespoon of stevia or a little bit of pure honey.

How to do it:

Chopped all the berries and the banana, add water and ice, add the chia seeds, and the Greek yogurt. Blend and enjoy!

Sweet cherry smoothie with almond milk
Super yummy for a snack with low calories.

Macros per serving: 129 kcals / 9g sat fat / 15g sugar / Serves 1
What you need:
1/2 cups Cherries frozen
1 cup Almond Milk
1 scoop Protein Powder
1 Banana
Ice
Hint: For a crunchy top, you can add: corn flakes or almonds.
How to it:
Blend them all, and enjoy it!

Green is always a good idea, smoothie:

When you are feeling like detox yourself, always choose the green choice. Spinach and lemon are known as cutting fat so, I personally add them every time on my green smoothies. Since it is super low in carbs, you can take it any time of the day. I drink mine in the morning and sometimes replace my breakfast when I am running to work.

Even if you think that spinach will provide a sour flavor. Not at all! This sour-sweet smoothie adds a healthy dose of muscle-building protein to your diet. It incorporates foods you might not usually enjoy daily into a fiber-rich mix of healthy fruits.
Macros per serving: 129 kcals / 9g sat fat / 15g sugar / Serves 1

What you need:

1 cup of baby spinach
1 cup ripe banana,
½ cup of frozen pineapple,
½ one tablespoon chia seeds
½ cup cucumber
1 lime or lemon
Optional: 1/3 cup green apple
No sugar adds needed.

How to do it:

Blend everything and enjoy it!!

 

Too many options, right? So, next time you wondering what to eat that it’s tasty, healthy and simple, go for a smoothie.

Nutritionists agree that incorporating a nutrient-dense smoothie into your daily diet can help avoid pound creepage by keeping hunger levels in check and even promote weight loss thanks to their filling fiber and muscle-building protein. Remember, always add ingredients like spinach, pineapple, and lime, which have a diuretic effect which helps the body get rid of retained water.

 

Still doubting? Well, allow me to tell you that you shouldn’t be afraid of drinking your calories. Smoothies are a great way of eating vegetables or food you don’t like without even notice it. Health and nutrition experts worldwide suggest consuming liquid food for better digestion. Smoothies contain blended fruits and vegetables in liquid form that make it easier for the body to break them down.

 

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