Smoothie Recipes

Delicious Smoothie Recipes 


If you love smoothies and also want to have them as a healthy meal or snack replacement, there are some simple but “basic rules” to consider.

A smoothie made of only fruits, berries and veggies are loaded with antioxidants and vitamins – but also a LOT of sugar…

So to make your smoothie a healthier meal, you should add some protein and healthy fats to it, and avoid adding any extra sugar or other sweetener. 

For protein, you can choose a high quality protein powder like SiseLEAN. Other healthy protein sources are plain Greek yogurt (no added sugar), chia seeds, nuts, silken tofu and oats.

For healthy fats, there are many great choices: avocado, coconut milk or oil, flax seeds, chia seeds and cream.


Some Tips For Healthy Smoothie Recipes 


In general, berries, like strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries – vegetables and leafy greens are a healthy choice to add to your smoothie, because they are low in sugar. 

But be careful with adding too much fruit and what fruit you add – because some fruits have a very high sugar (fructose) content. Examples of fruits that are lower in sugar are kiwis, grapefruit, watermelon, pear, Granny Smith apples, peach and lemon.

Tip: What I like to do is to wash, peel and slice a variety of fruits, berries and veggies, then store them in different containers in my freezer. It’s so convenient to have all that done so when I want to mix a smoothie I just take what I want out from your freezer – ready to use! 

As a base for my smoothies, I like to have a 2/3 cup of baby spinach. You can also use kale e.g., but I find it too bitter.

For a healthy fat, I love to add 1/2 of an avocado, because it makes the smoothie creamy and filling. Then I add a mix of berries, veggies and / or some fruit, depending on what I have at home.

For protein, I choose the protein powder SiseLEAN with vanilla taste. Besides protein, it also adds loads of vitamins and trace minerals you need to the mix!

Sometimes I go for plain, unsweetened Greek Yogurt instead or a combination, yogurt and SiseLean. I rarely add any sweetener, but if I do I use Stevia or raw honey.

9 Delicious Smoothie Recipes


I’d recommend you to use these recipes as an inspiration, and adapt them to your own taste and liking – and to any allergies you may have.

Also consider the “basic rules” mentioned before about how to make smoothies a healthier meal by adding a source of protein, healthy fats, less sugar etc.

However, if you want to treat yourself with a smoothie as a dessert – mix your favorite fruits with some cream or ice cream!

Naturally, you can add ice to any of these recipes, and also add some more water or milk if you don’t want it too thick – or reduce the amount of liquid if you want it more creamy.

If you use SiseLEAN protein powder, mix it with some water first before you add it to the rest of the ingredients, that’s what I usually do.

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So now, here are the recipes – I start with my top 3 favorite smoothies, followed by 6 more!  


Smoothie Recipes

No 1: Tropical Avocado Smoothie 

1/3 cup of water (or coconut water if you prefer)
1/2 avocado
1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger (or 1/2 t dried ginger)
½ – 1 sachet  SiseLEAN vanilla protein powder
1 t lime juice
1/2 -1 cup of frozen pineapple and/ or mango and /or papaya

Calories: approx. 260

Serves: 1

Source: Adapted from 

This is one of my favorite smoothie recipes.


No 2: Mixed Berry Smoothie 

1/3 cup of water (or coconut water if you prefer)
1/3 avocado (or some plain Greek yogurt)
1 cup with mixed raspberries, blackberries and strawberries

-1 sachet of  SiseLEAN vanilla protein powder
cup of baby spinach (fresh or frozen) 

Calories: approx. 280

Serves: 1

LOVE the taste of the berries together with the vanilla!

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No 3: Chocolate Smoothie 

1/3 cup of water or milk (or yogurt)
1 tablespoon of organic raw cacao
1/2 avocado (or some plain Greek yogurt)
½ sachet of  SiseLEAN vanilla protein powder
Chipped ice at your preference

Calories: approx. 250

Serves: 1

This one is really good for chocolate lovers (like me!), it’s also a great substitute for ice cream! 

Tip: To make it even more “ice-cream like”, add 1/2 of a frozen banana. For a sweeter taste, add some Stevia or raw honey.


No 4: Papaya Ginger Mint Smoothie

1 cup of Papaya (Solo or Mexican), peeled, seeded, and cut into chunks
1/2 cup ice cubes
1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
1/2 tablespoon finely chopped peeled fresh ginger
1/2 tablespoon honey
1-2 tablespoon Coconut Oil
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Water, to taste
4 fresh mint leaves, plus 1-2 sprigs for garnish


  1. Refrigerate papaya until very cold, at least one hour or overnight.
  2. Blend papaya, ice, yogurt, ginger, honey, and lemon juice in a blender. Add water, one tablespoon at a time, until mixture is smooth and thinned to desired consistency. Blend in mint leaves.
  3. Add a 1/2 scoop of SiseLEAN protein powder
  4. Garnish with mint sprigs and serve.


Source: Adapted from Martha Stewart

This smoothie has more ingredients in it so it’s a bit more work, but it’s really worth it!! 

Smoothie Recipes

No 5: Tropical Fruit Smoothie 

½ banana, frozen, cut in chunks
1/2 cup sliced strawberries (frozen) 
1/2 cup chunks of pineapple (frozen) 
8 – 12 ounces original almond milk
1-2 tablespoon Coconut Oil
1 sachet SiseLEAN

Serves: 1

This smoothie is very refreshing and tasty, perfect a hot summer day! 


No 6: Peanut Butter Banana Protein Shake 

1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
1/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1 banana 
2 tablespoons of all-natural peanut butter
1 sachet SiseLEAN (optional) 
0.5 cup of water
1 cup of ice

Serves: 1

If you like peanut butter – you’ll love this smoothie. Sprinkle cinnamon on top!  


No 7: Strawberry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

1 cup plain Greek yogurt
1/2 cup rolled oats
1/4 cup milk
1 banana, cut into chunks
1 cup frozen strawberries
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Serves: 2-3

Source: Yummly 

A great way to start the day with an energy boost from both the oats and the banana!  


No 8: Peach, Passionfruit & Banana Smoothie  

1 cup of milk
1-2 peaches 
1-2 passionfruit
2 small bananas
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon coconut oil 
1 sachet of SiseLEAN

Serves: 2

This is one of my favorite “dessert” smoothies… Enjoy!


No 9: Beetroot, Apple and Blueberry Smoothie 

2 small raw beetroots, peeled and roughly chopped
1 small apple, peeled, quartered and cored
1/3 cup of blueberry
1 tablespoon grated ginger
1 tablespoon coconut oil 
1 sachet of SiseLEAN
1 cup of water

Serves: 2

Source: Adapted from bbcgoodfood

This smoothie has quite an interesting taste, with the mix of beetroots, apples and blueberries – it’s not for everyone but for the brave ones! 


Smoothie Recipes

Please comment below and let me know which Smoothie recipe is your favorite!

Maybe you’ve created your own special smoothie recipe?
Let me know and I’ll add it here!!! 


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