Smoothie Recipes

Calgary personal training Smoothies

As a quick breakfast, satisfying snack, or healthy dessert, a smoothie can be a tasty and portable meal for those busy individuals who are frequently on-the-go. Using a variety of frozen fruits or fresh fruits as they come into season, you can have fun creating a delicious smoothie that packs a big nutritional punch without the added sugar. Fruit smoothies can provide plenty of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory phytochemicals. So get creative and start blending!


1.     Choose Your Liquid 2.     Choose Your Protein 3.     Choose Your Fruit & Vegetables 4.     Boosters
–  Unsweetened Milk (cow, soy, almond)

–  Coconut Milk

–  100% Fruit Juice (dilute with H20 to reduce sugar)

–  Kefir (source of probiotics)

–  Water

–  Coconut Water

–  Whey Protein Powder (1 scoop)

–  Greek Yogurt (0% fat, plain)

–  Pasteurized Egg Whites

–  Skim Milk Powder



–  Banana

–  Berries

–  Mango

–  Kiwi

–  Peach

–  Melon


–  Spinach

–  Kale

–  Chopped Cucumber

–  Diced Carrot

–  Sweet Potato (cooked)

–  Beets

–  Dry oatmeal

Healthy Fats (1-2 max)

–  Avocado (1/4)

–  Hemp Hearts (1T)

–  Chia Seeds (1T)

–  Ground Flax (1T)

–  Almond Butter (1T)

–  Peanut Butter (1T)



–  Cinnamon

–  Grated Ginger

–  Fresh Squeezed Lemon/Lime

–  Shredded Unsweetened Coconut

–  Fresh Mint


Mango Monster Smoothie

1.5 cup Milk (Unsweetened)

½ Banana (frozen)

1 cup Frozen Mango Chunks

½ Scoop Protein Powder (Whey)

1 Tbsp Chia Seeds

1 Handful Spinach

Nutrition Facts:

350 Kcals

10g Fat

43g Carb (Fibre 13g)

22g Protein

Very Berry Smoothie

1.5 cup Milk (Unsweetened cow, soy, almond)      

1 cup Frozen Mixed Berries

¾ cup Greek Yogurt (0%, plain)

1 Tbsp Hemp Hearts

Nutrition Facts:

340 Kcals

11g Fat

30g Carb (Fibre 9g)

28g Protein

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