Avocados are a wonderful vegetable to add to smoothies because it makes a smoothie creamy and thick without the need for dairy.
Bell peppers have a mild flavor, natural sweetness, and beautiful color. They are perfect for adding to a smoothie when you want something light, refreshing and not green!
Beets are a veggie that are typically easy to find year round and go so well in so many things…including smoothies! And, they give smoothies a beautiful, rich color that is sure to dazzle!
I love to add leftover cooked butternut squash to my smoothies because it is a veggie that is usually easy to find year round, affordable & full of nutrients.
If you haven’t tried adding frozen riced cauliflower to your morning smoothie, you simple must try! Cauliflower not only adds lots of fiber to smoothies, it gives them a lovely creaminess without dairy.
Carrots are one of my staple veggies. They are affordable, easy to find in bulk year round and last forever in my crisper. And they go so well in so many things.
Cucumbers are such a crisp, refreshing veg and 100% can be added to a smoothie. They contain so much water and have a lovely mild flavor.
Nutrient dense and often easy to find year round, kale is a great veggie to keep on hand for adding to smoothies.
At one point or another, we all end up with leftover canned pumpkin in our fridge. Adding it to a smoothie is a wonderful way to add a little plant goodness to your smoothies.
Spinach is another staple vegetable I always keep on hand for quickly adding a veg to a meal..but especially smoothies. Baby spinach is tender and easily breaks down in a smoothie.
Naturally sweet, full of vitamins and fiber, sweet potatoes give a smoothie a thick, creamy texture that makes it feel like you are enjoying a dessert!
Mild in flavor and with a tender skin, you can just dice up some zucchini and add it to a smoothie. So good!