Whip up one of these quick smoothie recipes and you've got an easy breakfast idea that will help to keep you going until lunch. Planning on doing a home workout but find energy levels flagging? A blitz of banana, nut milk and oats should give you a much-needed boost. Plus, adding a handful of veg to your smoothie is a nifty way to up your 5-a-day count while keeping those sugar levels down. Feel like a fruity fix? Got any leftover fruit and veg? Make the most of it with our favourite smoothie recipes...
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Blackberry, pear and coconut smoothie in a bowl
It's easy to blitz up this mix of blackberries, pear, banana and apple juice in a bowl, using a handheld blender. Top it with coconut, honey and pumpkin seeds for one delicious (not to mention good looking) brekkie.
Ginger carrot smoothie
This carrot smoothie packs a tasty punch – cashews add a little creaminess, turmeric and root ginger bring heat and colour, and lemon provides a touch of acidity. There is only a little sugar in this smoothie, as coconut water is used in place of juice. Serve over ice as a zingy mid-afternoon pick-me-up.
Green apple and kale smoothie
If you've ever had apple slices with peanut butter, you'll know that they're a match made in heaven. Sour Granny Smith apples and earthy curly kale are sweetened with banana in this green smoothie recipe, which includes a big dollop of crunchy peanut butter for creaminess.
Pineapple and watercress smoothie
If pure refreshment is what you're after, try this smoothie, which combines ultra-ripe pineapple with ginger, lime, coconut water and watercress. Serve frosty-cold, over ice, for a great thirst-quencher.
PEAR, CINNAMON AND PEANUT BUTTER SMOOTHIE
Kick-start the day with this creamy, dairy-free smoothie with a warming hint of ginger. The cinnamon adds soft spice, while peanut butter gives a light nutty flavour.
Smoothie super bowl
A vibrant breakfast idea, packed with flavours and textures, this bright smoothie is perfect for summer months. The smoothie base can be made the night before and stored in the fridge, so you just assemble and enjoy when you get up.
Blueberry muffin smoothie
This yummy smoothie makes the ideal beginner's brekkie for kids looking to get busy in the kitchen. With few ingredients, this simple but creamy drink can be whipped up in no time.
Pear, kale and ginger smoothie
If you're in need of an irresistibly refreshing pick-me-up, try one of these quick fruit drinks. Packed with plenty of flavour, they're easy to make and non-alcoholic, too, so great for the whole family to enjoy.
Triple-melon iced slushie
Layered with fruit and stacked like a freakshake, this impressive and refreshing fruit smoothie is the perfect treat to sip in the shade!
STRAWBERRY and CUCUMBER SMOOTHIE
Try this refreshing mixture packed with the flavours of summer. Just blitz the ingredients together and create a super-smooth, speedy revitalizing drink to brighten your day.
Smoothie ice lollies
Looking for ways to get the kids to enjoy eating more fruit? Change up your smoothie mixture and freeze it in a fun and fruity lolly. Simple yet delicious…
GREEN AND ORANGE SWAMP SMOOTHIES
Keep an eye out for these frightfully thirst-quenching fruit and veg blends. These lively smoothies are fun to make and they look the part, too – plus, they're bursting with plenty of delicious fruit and veg.