Smoothies are one of my favorite ways to sneak nutrition into my kids. They think they’re getting away with an extra dessert since smoothies look and taste a lot like milkshakes. I love them for me since they’re a quick and easy breakfast or snack that I can make and take with me as I head out to run errands. Did you know that by tailoring the ingredients, you can create smoothies that improve your mood, give you extra energy, or help you recover from last night’s party? Here’s a collection of a variety of smoothies for good health to help you with whatever is ailing you.
Does your child have a big test today? Do you need to bring your A-game to work? Try this smoothie recipe packed with ingredients to help nourish your brain.
Weight Loss Smoothie
Trying to get in shape for swimsuit season? Sip on this weight loss smoothie instead of empty calorie snacks.
When you have a ton of things to get done, mix up this energy smoothie to help fuel your productivity.
If you haven’t won your kids over to the smoothie side of life yet, warm them up to the idea with this kids smoothie that’s sure to indulge even the pickiest eaters.
Think beyond breakfast and snack time with your smoothies. Why not bring some health benefits to your happy hour?
Did happy hour run a few hours long? Speed up your recovery the next morning with this hangover smoothie.
Chances are you’re either on a gluten-free diet or you know someone who is. Most smoothies are naturally gluten-free, but if you want a smoothie that can stand in for a meal, try this gluten-free smoothie.
Speaking of smoothies standing in for meals, if you’re swapping out yours for breakfast, try this recipe that will keep you sated for hours.
Skip the Prozac and load up on natural mood-enhancers instead. There are plenty packed in this anti-depressant smoothie.
Wish you were on vacation? Let your smoothie take you there! The exotic flavors in this smoothie recipe will make you feel like you’re in a faraway land.
All of the recipes above are from this handy infographic from freezerlabels.net. You can see the full infographic below which you can print off and keep for handy reference near your blender.