15 Vegantastic Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes You’ll Love!

Here at The Good Food Goddess, we’re all about good, healthy food that’s simple and easy, but above all tasty and nourishing.

And if you’ve bought yourself a Nutribullet, it’s likely for this very purpose. And the number one thing most people like to make in their Nutribullets is smoothies.

Vegantastic Nutribullet Smoothie Recipes You'll Love!

With a little bit of know how and little research into different recipes you can whip up some great smoothies that are super good for you, super easy to make, and taste amazing.

But you don’t have to go further than this article to find these recipes. I’ve been doing my research and have hand-picked my top 15 vegan smoothie recipes from across the net, and I just can’t wait to share them with you.

Get those taste buds ready, because here we go!

1. The Best Vegan Green Smoothie From Nora Cooks

We all know how important it is to eat your greens. And in this recipe you can add a nice mix of them to get all those healthy nutrients. I particularly like it with baby spinach and kale.

It’s also got some fruit (frozen is best) such as bananas and mango (Check out this Mango & Raspberry Acai Bowl Recipe), hemp seeds, orange juice, and almond milk.

And if you want it a little sweeter, just throw in some optional pitted dates.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

2. Vegan Chocolate Protein Shake Recipe From Minimalist Baker

One of the biggest complaints people like to make about the vegan diet is an apparent lack of protein. But with recipes like this one, you can get all the protein you need to be healthy.

What I really love about this recipe is that there’s no artificial protein powder to worry about. Instead, the protein comes from natural hemp seeds, nut butter, and chia seeds.

There’s also gluten-free oats for fiber, and a delicious chocolate flavor from the cacao powder.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

3. Simple Avocado Smoothie From BBC Good Food

When you’re planning your nutritious smoothies, most nutritionists favor healthy fats for energy rather than foods high in carbs, because this prevents unwanted spikes in your blood sugar.

And that’s where ingredients like avocado come in! And in this recipe it’s paired with other fresh, healthy ingredients such as cucumber, spinach, kale and coconut water.

And to make it even more refreshing, it’s got a good dose of fruity pineapple chunks!

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

4. Vegan Blueberry Banana Smoothie Recipe From The Simple Veganista

I just love this smoothie – a deliciously creamy blend of blueberries, loaded with healthy antioxidants, and bananas for slow-release carbs and potassium.

There’s also nut butter for a healthy dose of protein, and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon for an instant boost of more-ish flavor, not to mention its brain boosting and anti-clotting properties.

You can use any nut butter and non-dairy milk you like.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

5. Vegan Healthy Snickers Smoothie Recipe From Organically Addison

When I spotted this recipe, I could barely believe such decadent flavors and ingredients could be healthy and vegan, but they are!

It’s creamy, smooth, and chocolaty, and is both healthy enough for breakfast and sweet enough for dessert. It’s got nut butter, bananas, and vegan caramel.

There’s no dairy to worry about, or protein powder for that matter.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

6. Sunshine Smoothie Recipe From BBC Good Food

They said you should aim to eat every color of fruit and veg, so you can make this your yellow and orange go-to smoothie.

It’s light and warming, made with the likes of carrot juice, lime juice, pineapple, banana, ginger, and a few cashew nuts for thickness, protein and energy.

It makes up one of your 5 portions of fruit and veg, and it’s surprisingly low in calories at just 171 calories per serving.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

7. Vegan Peanut Butter And Jelly Smoothie Recipe From Veggies Bite

This sweet and creamy treat is an absolute joy, and it only requires 5 minutes of prep time.

It’s got healthy frozen berries, pitted dates and maple syrup for that jelly flavor, combined with dairy-free milk and frozen banana for creaminess, vegan peanut butter for protein, and you can even sneak in some healthy greens such as spinach, kale or cucumber.

And it’s only 178 calories per serving.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

8. Vegan Cinnamon Apple Pie Smoothie Recipe From Blissful Basil

Did you know that you can get all those delicious apple pie flavors in a healthy vegan Nutribullet smoothie?

All you need is bananas, an apple, vanilla almond milk, almond butter, and ground spices cinnamon and nutmeg.

Then you get to top it however you like. I use healthy chia seeds and more ground cinnamon, but you could use chopped nuts or apple pieces, or more almond butter.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

9. Vegan Birthday Cake Smoothie Recipe From Plant You

Who says being vegan means you have to go without yummy birthday cake flavors?!

This smoothie recipe features such ingredients as vanilla protein powder, vanilla extract, rolled oats, cashew milk and frozen banana.

And then you get to top it with coconut whipped cream and colorful vegan sprinkles!

Only drawback, it comes to 266 calories. (Which isn’t that bad really.)

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

10. Creamy Mango & Coconut Smoothie Recipe From BBC Good Food

I just love this tropical smoothie – it makes me feel like I’m on holiday somewhere sunny!

It’s made with deliciously creamy coconut yogurt, coconut milk, and sweet mango and passion fruit.

It’s also got banana and ground flaxseed, sunflower and pumpkin seeds for an extra boost of nutrients. It’s 100% dairy free and soya free, and it’s just 212 calories per serving.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

11. Vegan Maca Caramel Frap Recipe From The First Mess

I love this recipe because one of the key ingredients is maca powder, which contains flavonoids which are thought to improve mood and reduce anxiety.

It’s also got half a banana for energy and potassium, cashew nuts for protein, pitted dates for sweetness, vanilla extract for yumminess, non-dairy milk, ice cubes for cool refreshment, and a little cold brewed coffee for a handy pick-me-up.

And it only takes 5 minutes of prep time.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

12. Easy No-Nut Vegan Protein Smoothie Recipe From Eating By Elaine

So many healthy vegan protein smoothies feature either protein powder or nuts, so when I spotted this alternative I knew it was worth trying out – and I wasn’t disappointed!

It’s got healthy riced cauliflower, cool ice cubes, pitted dates for sweetness, healthy hemp and chia seeds, and yummy vanilla extract and ground cinnamon.

It only takes 5 minutes to prep, and it tastes absolutely delicious.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

13. Chocolate Banana Oat Breakfast Smoothie Recipe From The First Mess

This hearty chocolate and banana smoothie is perfect for breakfast. It’s super simple to make, all you have to do is put the ingredients into your Nutribullet, and blend until smooth and frothy.

The ingredients include the likes of nut/seed butter, non-dairy milk, banana, healthy flax seeds, unsweetened cocoa powder, vanilla extract, and a sprinkling of ground cinnamon.

If you wish, you can also throw in a scoop of protein powder and/or ice cubes.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

14. Healthy Green Beetroot Smoothie Recipe From Fuss Free Flavors

Now, here’s a great recipe for a nutrient packed power smoothie to kick your day off!

The vibrant color is thanks to the freshly chopped beetroot, and its combined with the likes of apple juice, banana (for thickness), healthy greens in the form of kale, mixed berries, and healthy linseed or flax seeds.

All you have to do is put the ingredients in your Nutribullet and blend! And it’s ready in minutes.

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

15. Vegan Nut-Free Red Velvet Smoothie Recipe From Veggiekins

And now, we’re going to go out with a bang!

This nutrition powerhouse of a breakfast smoothie features frozen bananas, a cooked beet, some plant milk of your choosing, cacao powder, and either chocolate or vanilla flavored plant-based protein powder.

The optional ingredients include vanilla bean paste, ground cinnamon, ice cubes, cashew nuts for extra creaminess, and cacao nibs to decorate. Yum!

To see the recipe in full, please click on this link.

Wrap Up

I hope you’ve enjoyed browsing through my shortlist of smoothie recipes, but more so, I hope that you give one or two of them a try, and really enjoy making them part of your easy, healthy vegan lifestyle.

Kimberly Kidd
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