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50 Juice & Smoothie Recipes To Kickstart a Healthy New Year

Feb 26, 2015


Stay on track with your health goals!! Here are 50 different juice and smoothie recipes rounded up to help you kick start a healthy new year!

Do you need help staying on track with your New Year’s health goals? If you’re anything like me, this is the time of year when you start falling off the wagon.

I just love love love juice & smoothie recipes. They pack so much nutritional punch in one giant serving and fill you up just as much as an entire meal does. It doesn’t hurt that they are super easy to make on-the-go, even for the busiest of people!

If you’re looking for some simple and delicious juice & smoothie recipes, here are some of the best ones I found on the web — rounded up for you in one place!

50 Juice & Smoothie Recipes to Kickstart a Healthy New Year


1. Breakfast Energy Smoothie
 via Deliciously Sprinkled

2. Creamy Pineapple Berry Smoothie via Roxy’s Kitchen

3. Make Ahead Oatmeal Smoothies via The Yummy Life

4. Tropical Green Smoothie via Avery Cooks

5. Neon Pink Smoothie Juice via Oh She Glows

6. AM Sunrise Juice via Healthy Happy Life

7. Grapefruit Mint Juice via With Style & Grace

8. Watermelon Raspberry Lime Juice via Dana Bueno

9. Raspberry Rhubarb Bellini Smoothie with Blueberries via Half Baked Harvest

10. Chocolate Covered Clementine Smoothie via How Sweet It Is

11. Mango Carrot Lemonade via Cooking Ala Mel

12. Electric Green Limeade via Linda Wagner

13. Beet & Berry Liver Cleanse Juice via Bare Root Girl

14. Simple 3 Ingredient Fruit Smoothie via Real Food Enthusiast

15. Hot Pink Beautifying Juice via Veg Annie

16. Chocolate Malt Superfood Smoothie via Blissful Basil

17. Superfoods Power Smoothie via Savory Simple

18. Brilliantly Beet Smoothie via Ricki Heller

19. Raspberry Coconut Smoothie via Creme de la Crumb

20. Pineapple Enzyme Banana Smoothie via Healthy Happy Life

21. Sweet Potato Smoothie via Money Saving Mom

22. Radiance Boosting Coconut Kale Smoothie via Making Thyme for Health

23. Green Booster Smoothie via Greatist

24. Banana Caramel Smoothie via Oh My Veggies

25. Green Warrior Protein Smoothie via Oh She Glows

26. Pineapple Mojito Green Smoothie via Simple Green Smoothies

27. Skin Cleanser Juice via This Rawsome Vegan Life

28. Green Lemonade via Skinny Mom

29. Carrot Pineapple Smoothie via Baking with Blondie

30. Sunshine Smoothie via Sally’s Baking Addiction

31. Berrylicious Rainbow Smoothie via Heather Christo

32. Cacao Nib and Cashew Chocolate Smoothie via Eat What’s Good

33. Caribbean Passion Jamba Juice Knock-Off Smoothie via White Lights on Wednesday

34. Glowing Morning Juice via This Rawsome Vegan Life

35. Chocolate Cherry Smoothie via Lynsey Loves Food

36. Cinnamon Raisin Bread Smoothie via Avery Cooks

37. Pina Colada Cheesecake Smoothie via From Brazil to You

38. Tropical Sunshine Smoothie via Lovely Little Kitchen

39. Strawberry Banana Smoothie via Gimme Some Oven

40. Chocolate Mint Green Smoothie via Oh My Veggies

41. Coconut Lime Smoothie via High Heels & Grills

42. Peach Papaya Smoothie via Healthy Happy Life

43. Lime, Grapefuit and Ginger Juice via 101 Cookbooks

44. Creamy Chocolate Hemp Smoothie via Oh She Glows

45. Belly Buster Green Juice via Linda Wagner

46. Energy Elixir via This Rawsome Vegan Life

47. Strawberries and Cream Smoothie via Averie Cooks

48. Coconut Peach Green Smoothie via Simple Green Smoothies

49. Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie via Money Saving Mom

50. Green Apple Pie Smoothie via Oh My Veggies

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P.S. If you’re looking for juicers or smoothie maker machines, here are my top picks:

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Also, I highly recommend The Juicing Bible! It’s one of my all-time favorite juicing recipe cookbooks.

Happy Healthy Drinking!! 😀

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Written by contributing author Meg, who is a total book worm, animal lover, neat freak, vegetarian foodie, and wannabe world traveler. She is passionate about hiking, writing, exceptional coffee, yoga, and good music. She is also a self-labeled nerd and thoroughly enjoys all things Star Trek and Harry Potter.

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This recipe only requires THREE simple ingredients – coffee, white chocolate chips, and milk!

I use coconut milk for mine but you can use any kind of milk or a combo of milk and cream. Just use what you prefer or have on hand.

I won’t lie and say this tastes *exactly* like the Starbucks version, but it is really good and the price difference is worth the taste difference!

You can save the extra milk mixture in the fridge and just reheat when you need it.

I don’t know exactly how much it costs to make this, but I’d estimate that it’s about 1/4 the price of a coffee shop white mocha!

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