Your Guide to Breakfast Smoothies


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and a smoothie is a tasty way to get quick nutrition on the go. Foodtown grocery delivery New York is stocked with thousands of smoothie ingredients, all just a click away. These include fresh produce, nut milks, protein powders, and more.

Feeling overwhelmed by all this variety? Here are a few easy breakfast smoothie recipes:

Smoothie Base

Each recipe here starts with a base of 1 cup milk. Any kind will do, from cow milk to soy. Add 1/2 cup yogurt and 1 scoop protein powder. Give these a good swirl in the blender and get ready for the fun part: the mix-ins!

Berry Blast

Add 1-2 cups of berries to the base and blend again. Frozen berry mixes can save time here. However, with summer just around the corner, you may want to experiment with freshly picked berries. These include cherries, raspberries, and blueberries, with blackberries coming a little later in the year.

Keep the focus on the fruit ingredients with plain vanilla protein powder, or up the berry intensity with strawberry powder.

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Tangy Tropical Treats

Tropical fruits including navel oranges, fresh mangoes, and pineapples are a natural combination. If the final mix is a little tart for your tastes, add a banana. The creamy flavor will smooth everything out, letting you enjoy the tropical treat and hit of natural vitamin C.

Indulgent Chocolate

Just a few spoonfuls of chocolate chips or syrup lets you enjoy rich flavor without breaking the calorie bank. You can up the indulgence here by using chocolate instead of vanilla protein powder or mixing in complementary fruits and spices. Plums or a dash of hot pepper can kick dark chocolate up a notch. If you’re a white chocolate fanatic, try adding orange zest or raspberries to brighten the flavor.

Protein Punch

You have a wide variety of options to up the protein content of your smoothie. Greek yogurt tends to have more protein than regular varieties. Soy milk packs in a generous number of grams of protein as well.

Consider blending in a few spoons of nuts and seeds. Some popular choices include almonds, shelled pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, flax seed, and roasted soybeans. Some of these have strong flavors. You can disguise that by adding a little spice, coffee, or cocoa.

Refreshing Citrus Mint

Some of the most refreshing summertime drinks include citrus and mint. Take a look at what your local grocery delivery in New York has in stock; fresh is best here. If lime juice is too tart, blend it with sweeter orange. If the mint’s too strong, add a little citrus zest to balance the flavors.