Start your day off with a healthy Spinach Berry Smoothie that is quick and easy, and tastes delicious! This is one of our favorite strawberry spinach smoothie recipes ever.
Lately, I have been trying to start my day with a smoothie. Doing this helps me fight the sugar cravings for sure! Today I’m sharing a long-time favorite, my Spinach Berry Smoothie! Some of our family’s other favorites are the Best Ever Green Smoothie, a Strawberry Banana Protein Smoothie or this Strawberry Peach Smoothie! Check out all of our smoothie recipes here.
Spinach Berry Smoothie
Spinach smoothie recipes are the perfect breakfast for my life right now. It’s much easier for me to get more vegetables in when I can blend them into a smoothie. They’re also perfect for taking on-the-go when we have busy mornings. We love these Zucchini Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies, the best no bake protein balls, or One-Bowl Peanut Butter Muffins for easy breakfasts as well.
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When I first started adding spinach to my favorite smoothie recipes I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was! You can hardly taste the spinach.
They are so delicious, even my kids finish their entire cups when I make extra for them. This recipe serves one, but you can easily double or triple it for the whole family!
PRO TIPS FOR MAKING SPINACH SMOOTHIES:
- Blend spinach with liquid first (in this case, almond milk) until the greens are fully blended and there are no big pieces.
- Next, blend in the yogurt, frozen and fresh fruit, and anything else you’re adding.
- For a nice consistency, you will need to use a powerful blender. We love our Blendtec! This KitchenAid Blender is great too and it comes in so many fun colors.
- We like sneaking more nutrients in our kids smoothies using our Balance of Nature fruit capsules! Read more about them here.
If you like this recipe we would love if you took the time to leave a comment and positive review!
Spinach Berry Smoothie
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 1/2 cup spinach
- 1 cup frozen triple berry mix
- 1/2 cup greek yogurt
- 1 tsp honey
- Add almond milk and spinach to blender and mix until the spinach is puréed.
- Add the rest of the ingredients and blend.
We hope you love this strawberry spinach smoothie!
Recipe shared by Sydney at Tastefully Frugal.
Do you have a go to breakfast recipe you make when you’re busy and on the go? I’d love to add a few more to my routine!
This post was originally published in January 2016 and has been updated.
This is a great smoothie recipe! Thanks so much for sharing.
You’re welcome! Thanks for letting us know!
Spinach? What spinach! You’d never know it’s there. This is one of those that is awesome for tricking kids into eating something green! I made it for myself at 10:30 pm for breakfast (long day) and added a frozen banana and vanilla protein powder (and left out the honey) as well as upped the spinach. I didn’t measure. Just grabbed a nice, big handful.
Loved this smoothie!
I tried this recipe as my first spinach smoothie for the first time and I believe I’m in love. I, unfortunately, did not have raw spinach or yogurt (I ran out of yogurt this morning in a different smoothie). Using frozen spinach instead and following the instructions, I ended up having to add another half cup of almond milk because there wasn’t enough liquid for the blades to get to everything, it all stuck to the edges in a frozen clump. But all in all, with the additional milk and a 20 oz glass to hold it all, it came out with a great taste
Yay! I’m so glad you liked it. You’ll probably love it even more with yogurt. But yeah it’s our fave too. :)
Just made this .my daughter and I enjoyed .perfect breakfast as she does distant learning from home. Thanx!
So glad you guys liked it! We love this recipe so much!
This was SO good and a wonderful way to get the nutrients I need :)
Yay! I’m so glad you loved it! Thank you so much.
This smoothie is so yummy, and a great way to get the young ones to eat their veggies!
Right?! I swear sometimes my kids will only eat them in smoothies!