There are a lot of green smoothie websites on the internet with a lot of great information. However, a lot of sites can get pretty salesy which might put you off. I get it. People are trying to make a living. I don’t fault them for it. However, I have 3 favourite websites that aren’t sales-forward, provide great information, and solid recipes. Here are my top 3 green smoothie websites:
I love the emphasis on both RAW and GREEN… really green. You can see from the photos that the recipes really do all come out the colour green. Love it.
What I really like about this website is that you can sort through the recipes by specific health needs:
Simple Green Smoothies
A lovely, highly visual website that will let you feast with your eyes as well as give you the recipes to let you feast on delicious green smoothies:
My Own Recipes
And of course, I’ve got my own go-to recipes. I don’t often follow other people’s recipes anymore, though I do enjoy getting ideas from them. I’ve got my old favourites to get me through most mornings.
I was reminded of the delicious Date Almond smoothie at Fresh Restaurants in Toronto while browsing through Carla Lalli Music’s recipes. Her recipe included an orange and didn’t have any spinach so mine is a bit different. I suspect that the Fresh smoothie used a lot more...Read More »
Are you feeling festive? The holiday season is upon us, and there’s no reason why you can’t add the spirit of the holidays to your green smoothie. This smoothie really is a treat! Warm, spicy, cozy, and delicious, this healthy smoothie tastes like the holidays.
I’ve adapted from a recipe from
Ok, this smoothie doesn’t have any green in it… it’s all orange! Energize your day with this healthy smoothie that includes one of my favourite ingredients; butternut squash. Yes, you can have butternut squash raw, and it makes a lovely, frothy smoothie. The combination of the citrus of the orange...Read More »
Cacao, the most pure superfood form of chocolate, provides antioxidants and energy in this delicious green morning smoothie.
I don’t include cacao in my smoothie every day, so when I do it’s definitely a treat! This recipe also works really well with superfoods like maca. It’s also a perfect recipe for...Read More »
Mango is full of carotenoids that are wonderful for your skin and coconut oil is amazing for your skin, both inside and out. And the flavour of mango captures a tropical feeling that pairs perfectly with the taste of a good quality coconut oil.
Use any type of kale that you...Read More »
Naturally sweet pineapple pairs wonderfully with kale… and the best part of this smoothie might just be the intense, bright green colour!
Pineapple is a great fruit to use when you’re adding a lot of strong flavoured superfoods to your smoothie. It’s one of the more powerful flavours that you can...Read More »
Spinach, raspberries, and banana form the basis for this favourite morning smoothie.
If I had to give you a go-to smoothie recipe, this would probably be it. It’s probably my very favourite smoothie, and though it’s considered a “green” smoothie, the deep colour of the raspberries actually makes it very red....Read More »
How “super” is your food?
The word “superfood” is thrown around a lot, and there are truly an amazing number of foods that are wonderful for your health. There are common foods, like blueberries for example, that are filled with antioxidants, but I’m not going to speak about those. There are...Read More »