Top Breakfast Smoothies!

Not a morning person? Not enough time to make breakfast? Why eat it when you can drink it. Boom! We’ve put together a list of the best breakfast smoothies that will not only fill the belly but put a spring in that step of yours.


Avo, Apple and Cinnamon Smoothie

Avo in a smoothie? Yes. We’ve taken the best of nature’s offering, slammed it into the blender and topped it off with some apple because, you know, the doctor said so. This smoothie fills the tummy and the tank with good juice.

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Crunchy Coconut and Oatmeal Smoothie

Oats is what athletes eat. Do you want to become fit and toned like Chad le Clos in half the time? Then grab some coconut shavings and a box of rolled oats and get going.

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Peanut Butter Smoothie

Peanuts are packed with protein and all those good fats our bodies need. This recipe is packed with pretty much everything you need to keep healthy, like chia seeds. Those little babies are worth their weight in pink star diamonds… which are the rarest of precious stones. We checked.

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Blueberry Smoothie

A single serving of blueberries per week may curb memory loss. This seems like a yawn but according to a study performed by the Harvard Medical School, blueberries clean up toxic proteins that clog your brain. Besides, this smoothie is a winner because not only is it healthy but it tastes and looks amazing.

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Coffee and Banana Smoothie

So the trick here was to save time, right? Well, what if you can combine the two most important things of the day – coffee and breakfast food – into a single orb of awesomeness? Yes, we made it happen, thanks to our lifestyle journo, Candice May. Low five, Candice you made our lives easier.

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