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Pass me my scepter and crown me the queen of good intentions. I’m often tempted by a myriad of high-and-mighty goals (run a marathon! take more vitamins! make my own yogurt!). Instead of stressing over too many lofty ambitions, why not start with something small like a healthy breakfast or snack? Let’s drink more Healthy Breakfast Smoothies, and call it a royal win!

Healthy Strawberry Smoothie with almond milk, yogurt, and honey

To fuel our wholesome, realistic goals, I’m sharing this round up of healthy breakfast smoothies that are packed with all the protein, fruits, and veggies you need to power your day.

When recipes are as tasty as these, eating right is a delight, not a chore.

If you’ve ever ventured to the smoothie section of my website, then you’ll know just how much I love healthy smoothies. They taste like a treat but have incredible nutritional value.

Bonus points because they’re unbelievably easy to make and prep ahead.

So, let’s approach each day with small steps, yummy breakfast smoothies, and a nutrition-packed to our morning. Cheers!

When looking for a healthy breakfast smoothie, try to find one that’s low in sugar and high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats so you stay full for longer.

Now, let’s get to those healthy breakfast smoothies!

Healthy Fruit Smoothies

Greek yogurt smoothie in glass topped with fresh fruit

Healthy Green Smoothies

Banana Kale Pineapple Smoothie — the BEST, most delicious green smoothie! Packed with protein, it keeps you full, so it’s great for weightloss or detox. Easy, healthy, and even kids love it! Recipe at | @wellplated

Healthy Breakfast Smoothies for Weight Loss

Blueberry Beet Smoothie. Sweet, creamy, and packed with fiber, protein, and antioxidants! This healthy breakfast smoothie is perfect for weightloss or for kids. Other beet smoothie benefits include reduction of blood pressure, detox, liver cleanse, and more. Recipe works with both raw or cooked beets and can be made in a Vitamix or regular blender.

NOTE: Many smoothies in other categories on this page are high in fiber and filling. If losing weight is on your goal list, be sure to check out those options too.

Breakfast Smoothies with Oats

An oatmeal smoothie next to a spoon with peanut butter, bananas, and cinnamon sticks

Smoothies That Taste Like Dessert

This easy, healthy homemade Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino recipe is low calorie, vegan, and so delicious! Even better than the original and perfect for coffee frappuccino lovers. Recipe at | @wellplated

What is YOUR favorite healthy breakfast smoothie? Whether it’s one on this list or another recipe, I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!

photo collage of 15 healthy breakfast smoothies

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Erin Clarke

Hi, I'm Erin Clarke, and I'm fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food that's affordable, easy-to-make, and best of all DELISH. I'm the author and recipe developer here at and of The Well Plated Cookbook. I adore both sweets and veggies, and I am on a mission to save you time and dishes. WELCOME!

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  1. I tend to drink the same smoothie everyday so Im glad this round up includes tons of unique flavor blends!  Cant wait to try them all!

  2. Wonderful collection of breakfast smoothies Erin, the carrot cake one looks especially delicious! Just wanted to also share our healthy smoothie tool which has a number of breakfast smoothies. Let me know what you think :)

  3. Love all these varieties! That Hawaiian Berry version is like a piece of artwork – it’s beautiful! Here is my every day smoothie. Can’t wait to try some of yours!

  4. Hi Erin! Love these, been making a few of these for years! Our go-to (because I always have ingredients, and it directly benefits several health concerns) is a blender packed with spinach (4 loose cups maybe?), 2 frozen bananas, generous sprinkle cinnamon, 1 tablespoon+ hemp hearts, vanilla whey protein powder or whole milk Indian yogurt (or tofu+ vanilla extract) to one’s desired proportion, then blend with enough water to loosen and add a few ice cubes if you like it thinner or colder.
    It’s green but the banana&cinnamon kills the astringency of spinach and it’s just fresh and creamy. If you want it a touch sweeter, a drop of liquid stevia. Or manuka honey for its health benefits. Cheers to a new high power blender and good intentions!! Happy New Year!

    1. Thank you for taking the time to share your favorite, Celeste! It sounds delicious! I’m so happy to hear that you have enjoyed some of these recipes as well!

  5. Hello

    When you mention coconut milk, do you mean the kind in the can which is often added to curries, or the long life milk kind which is thinner?

    Many thanks 5 stars

    1. Hi Genevieve, you can use either. The canned kind will produce a thicker, richer smoothie, and the carton kind will be thinner. The carton kind typically has less fat than canned. I hope this helps!

  6. I’ve been making your smoothies 3-4 days of the week for a about 2 or 3 months now. I love the way you balance different flavors in your recipes. I’m curious because I noticed some smoothies in the picture just above that don’t have recipes, like one with pomegranate, a raspberry one, maybe a peanut butter cup one, and more? Are those your recipes as well?

    1. I’m so happy that you’ve been enjoying them, Katherine! I think the one you’re referring to with pomegranates is actually my Beet Smoothie, the peanut butter cup one may be my Oatmeal Smoothie or Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino Smoothie. Each of the smoothies pictured in this post are linked in the lists underneath the photos. For all my smoothie recipes, check out this page: I hope this helps!

  7. Thank you for these awesome smoothie ideas. Bookmarked so I can come often to make them. Love the taste and makes my mornings that much more interesting and healthy. Using my new Vitamix blender for this and so far it has been a smooth and easy journey.

  8. I new to smoothies it I like apple, baby spinach, Greek yogurt, peanut butter and unsweetened coconut milk and honey. Pretty good first a beginner also sometime I add heavy cream for thickness.

  9. I have just found out about your smoothies so can not comment as yet, but will definitely make them Thank you Sandy South Africa. They look absolutely delicious.

  10. I love breakfast smoothies – never thought about adding oats in it. Gonna try that next weekend when I make my week worth of smoothies! Thanks!!

  11. I have not been one to eat breakfast for years. After my last physical I was told that I need to start eating breakfast. I tried but I just was having difficulties eating food first thing in the morning. Since I no problems drinking coffee or hot tea my co-worker suggested maybe a breakfast smoothie. I just wanted to thank you for all these recipes for smoothies. They are so delicious and fun to make. Thank You for the recipes! I now look forward to having breakfast.

  12. Amazing collections of healthy and affordable smoothies, thank you!
    Just curious to know if there are some recommendations for weight gain smoothies?

    1. Hi Yash! Thanks! I do not have any recommendations, I would contact your doctor or a qualified nutritionist for those types of matters.

  13. Hi, i have an acid reflux i decided to have a healthy breakfast smoothie everymorning but gives me an energy to do my household chores. And not feeling hungry before lunch. What receipe of smoothie . That suit for my condition.

    1. Hi Evelyn, I am not a qualified nutritionist or doctor to give you information on this topic. I would always talk with a medical professional if you have issues or questions regarding certain foods.