1- Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie
"Berries are always a great fruit—fresh or frozen—to add to smoothies because they are very high in antioxidants and a good source of fiber," Werber says. "Blueberries are low in calories, high in fiber, and contain vitamin C, vitamin K, and manganese. They're one of the highest-ranking sources of antioxidants, making them a great disease-fighting fruit." An extra scoop? Don't mind if we do.
Get the recipe: Alaska from Scratch
2-Almond Breakfast Smoothie
"If you prefer almond milk or coconut milk, it's a good idea to add some nut butter or protein powder to your smoothie, since coconut milk and almond milk have less protein than cow's milk or soy milk," Werber says. This smoothie? It's got almond butter and almond milk.
Get the recipe: Hummusapien
3- Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Smoothie
"Avoid juice and use fresh or frozen fruit—whether it be berries, mangoes, or pineapples—to decrease added sugars and increase fiber content," Werber says. "Bananas are an easy smoothie addition and a good source of potassium."
Get the recipe: Know Your Produce
4- Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Smoothie
PB&J for breakfast? Trust us. You'll have no problem slurping this one down—and that scoop of protein powder will keep you satisfied up until lunchtime.
Get the recipe: Fit Foodie Finds
5- Intense Workout High-Protein Smoothie
"Adding a healthy fat like nuts or nut butters is a good way to add flavor and keep you satiated for longer," Werber says. They'll pack a little protein, too, though you don't want to go overboard since they're so high in calories. You can use hazelnut butter or peanut butter for this smoothie.
Get the recipe: Gourmandelle