Smoothies have become a quintessential part of most people’s lives.
And why not? They’re easy, they’re delicious, and you can pack so much goodness in one little glass it almost blows your mind.
Whether you’re using smoothies to replace a meal, as a mid-afternoon slump buster, or power up for a busy day, one thing is certain: they have to be tasty.
No one wants their smoothies to end up as a mouthful of inedible goo. And if you like to include superfoods such as spirulina, chlorella, or other green powders, you know all too well what it entails to mask those super strong flavors.
That’s why I’ve put together this list of amazing smoothies that include a range of different greens powders, along with our own Energy Greens superfood powder, which includes the top 3 green superfoods: chlorella, alfalfa sprouts, and barley grass, in addition to 5 other superfoods.
You can literally use our Energy Greens in every one of these recipes, which saves you the hassle of buying every ingredient separately.
19 Delicious Greens Powder Smoothies Worth Making
1. Extra-Thick Mint Chip Superfood Smoothie
This luscious smoothie gets its thickness from the abundance of bananas, and its potent peppermint flavor comes from food-grade peppermint oils.
The mint chip deliciousness of this smoothie will remind you of your favorite ice cream when you were a kid.
Find the recipe here: Blissful Basil
2. Superfood Green Machine Smoothie
A powerhouse of green goodness, this smoothie features young coconut meat and a little liquid stevia to lessen the flavorful blow of spirulina and chlorella.
The flavors of banana and vanilla are smooth and delicious. Add some chia seeds for an extra-thick texture.
Find the recipe here: Healthy Blender Recipes
3. Creamy Cashew, Banana, and Spirulina Smoothie
Did you know how easy it was to make your own cashew milk? Forget the store-bought stuff because this smoothie has you covered.
Steering away from the minty flavors in the recipes above, this one uses mango and orange to take you on a tropical journey. Try it with or without the chia pudding and enjoy.
Find the recipe here: This Rawsome Vegan Life
4. The Pituitary Relief Green Smoothie
Yes, the name of this smoothie is a little weird but this smoothie is a refreshing treat. With a whole host of healthy ingredients including maca powder and spirulina, this tropical smoothie utilizes a homemade hybrid milk of sesame and hemp seeds.
Although it has a smooth coconut-banana flavor, you can add some fresh or frozen fruit for more flavor, which will also fortify this smoothie with antioxidants.
Find the recipe here: The Awesome Green
5. Green Tart Smoothie
As the name suggests, this tart smoothie is refreshingly delicious. Sweetened naturally with fresh lemon and lime juice, as well as tart green apples, you can also add the optional bee pollen for an additional nutritional boost.
Find the recipe here: Nutrition Stripped
6. The Tahini Banana Well-Being Smoothie
Tahini isn’t just for hummus, and in this smoothie it adds a creamy, nutty slight-sweetness that is just perfection.
A customizable smoothie, you can swap almond milk for coconut milk, add chia seeds, or really build flavor with cinnamon, or cocoa powder and nut butter. Delish!
Find the recipe here: Yuri Elkaim
7. Energizing Spirulina Smoothie
With flavors similar to a nutty cinnamon banana bread, this superfood smoothie is for certain a pleaser to those with a picky palate.
Find the recipe here: In The Mood For Food
8. Green Protein Smoothie
Similar to the Green Tart Smoothie, this delicious drink uses green apples, but adds some mango and fresh ginger for a fun zing.
Raw ginger also has a powerful flavor that is perfect for overcoming the strong flavor of spirulina.
Find the recipe here: Wallflower Kitchen
9. Vegan Mint Chip Smoothie
Shredded coconut, non-dairy milk, and frozen banana all round out this fantastic smoothie that is all about soothing the soul with a classic mint chip flavor, without filling your body with junk. Talk about a win-win.
Find the recipe here: Kale and Caramel
10. Vegan Protein Spirulina Shake
Probably the easiest to make of all the smoothie recipes in this list, this smoothie is vegan powerhouse of protein thanks to the spirulina and vanilla protein powder.
The mild flavors of banana and rice milk really make this smoothie a creamy and delicious delight.
Find the recipe here: Delightful Vegans
11. Green Energy Booster
You’re just six ingredients away from a creamy smoothie that tastes like bananas covered in nut butter. Who didn’t snack on that as a kid?
It’s great to be an adult and enjoy that flavor while still getting an extra nutritional boost on top of it all.
Find the recipe here: Harriet Emily
12. Raw Buckwheat Green Smoothie Jars
Beautiful and delicious, this smoothie is filled with the creamy sweetness of banana and almond butter, as well as a touch of smooth maple syrup. This one will end up on your favorites list.
We recommend using an unpasteurized, low sugar green juice to keep this smoothie as healthful as possible. Yum!
Find the recipe here: Dolly and Oatmeal
13. Protein Green Smoothie
Going exotic with kiwi fruit and coconut water, this smoothie is simple and refreshing, and it’s perfect with some Energy Greens. Just toss everything in a high-speed blender and you’re ready for a tropical smoothie you won’t soon forget.
Find the recipe here: Vegie Project
14. Tropical Spirulina Smoothie
A beautiful dark green from spirulina, this smoothie takes you to the tropics with fresh pineapple, but brings you back to earth with the zing of fresh ginger.
Banana and mango round out this drink for a smooth, sweet flavor that’s refreshing any day of the week.
Find the recipe here: Wellness with Taryn
15. Chlorella And Spirulina Detox Smoothie
We love this two-toned smoothie, featuring coconut yogurt, maca powder, chlorella and spirulina, and of course, tons of flavor.
The tangy pineapple and ginger of the bottom layer is complemented perfectly with a cinnamon-spiced top layer with the natural sweetness of Medjool dates.
Find the recipe here: Superfood Runner via The Feed Feed
16. Glowing Green Spirulina Smoothie
This delicious superfood smoothie tastes a lot like a banana split. Plus, it contains only 5 ingredients, making it quick and easy.
Using frozen blueberries adds the perfect creaminess for those who love a thick smoothie.
Find the recipe here: Unsweetened Caroline
17. Fennel, Ginger, and Chlorella Smoothie
Full of flavor, this smoothie is especially healthy for women and their reproductive organs because it contains fennel and ginger. Don’t feel left out, guys, this smoothie is still full of nutritional deliciousness that you can enjoy, too, like ashwaganda powder and chlorella.
Pineapple, banana, and lime really bring on the flavor of smooth citrus, while masking the superfood additions. This one is a must-try!
Find the recipe here: This Rawsome Vegan Life
18. Avocado Smoothie with Spirulina
This super-thick smoothie is packed with healthfulness, with avocado, spinach, and spirulina taking center stage. Banana is the main flavor component, with lemon juice adding a tangy zing to put a pep in your step.
If you prefer a thinner smoothie, you can easily add a bit more water.
Find the recipe here: Very Breakfast
19. Spirulina Meyer Lemon Green Juice
This one is not so much a smoothie, but it’s still too delicious to pass up. You don’t even need a juicer.
Just throw everything in a blender, strain, and drink up. With the flavors of tart green apples and super sweet Meyer lemons, you won’t even notice the spirulina and kale, except for this juice’s signature green color.
Find the recipe here: Healthfully Ever After
Blend Up a Greens Powder Smoothie
As you can see from this list of greens powder smoothies, there’s something for everyone, even those with the pickiest palates.
They’re an easy and quick way to fuel your body with the nutrition it craves – and they can be downright tasty, too!
Become a Smoothie Master!
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