Our Best Smoothies and Shakes
Strawberry Shortcake Shake
This minimal ingredient milkshake is a show-stopping, drool-inducing tall glass of strawberry shortcake heaven. When topped with a cake and strawberry skewer and drizzled with a luscious syrup, this gorgeous dessert might just be better than the real thing.
Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie
Segment the orange over a bowl to catch all of those tasty juices, and add them to the blender before processing. You can buy frozen mangoes, but for the creamiest sip, start with fresh, and freeze overnight.
This easy, copycat version of your favorite coffee shop drink tastes just like the real thing!
Cookie Cake Milkshake
Got leftover cookie cake after the big party? Now you'll know just what to do with it.
Maple-Peach Milk Shake
Blend maple syrup, peaches, low-fat frozen yogurt, and low-fat milk to make this flavorfull milkshake.
You don't have to be on a tropical island to enjoy this fruity cocktail.
You don't have to drive to your favorite coffee shop to be sipping on this glorious chocolate and coffee drink. Just throw all the ingredients together in a blender and enjoy a refreshing summer sweet treat. Bonus: You probably have most of the ingredients on hand already. What are you waiting for?
Cran-Berry Green-Tea Smoothie
The best smoothies combine great nutrition with even better flavor. Cranberries and green tea pack this drink full of healthy antioxidants, while berries and banana add essential vitamins and nutrients.
Kick-start your day by pureeing silken tofu with orange juice, strawberries, banana, and a little honey for a super-healthy smoothie.
Cookies-and-Cream Milk Shakes
Blend Oreos, ice cream, and milk for an indulgent summer milk shake.
Birthday Cake Shake
This 5-ingredient cake batter milkshake shows there's more than one use for store-bought cake mix.
Indulge in this frozen drink a few hours before bedtime—it gets its flavor from strong brewed coffee. Make a big batch of this homemade coffee treat and we guarantee that this will replace your drive-through drip addiction.
Mint-Chocolate Chip Shake
The green-hued ice cream is a favorite at ice cream parlors across the nation. We jazzed up our Mint-Chocolate Chip Shake with a few drops of green coloring for a faint tint of color.
Fruit and Yogurt Shake
Perfect for a midmorning snack, this shake packs the bright flavors of pomegranate cherry juice and crushed pineapple with filling plain yogurt. It can be stored in an airtight container for 2-3 days, so keep extra on hand to satisfy those sugar cravings.
Banana Cream Pie Smoothie
Frozen bananas, graham cracker crumbs, and vanilla extract are a few of the ingredients that make this smoothie a rich dessert in a glass. Because it calls for low-fat yogurt and fat-free milk, one serving of this drink gives you about the same amount of calcium as a glass of milk.
Blackberry-Mango Breakfast Shake
Sneak silken tofu into a sweet-tart breakfast smoothie to keep energy high from morning through the 3pm afternoon slow-down. This is a great way to get extra protein and fiber past pickier palates.
Vanilla Honey-Nut Smoothie
Start with creamy frozen yogurt and add peanut butter, milk, and honey for a nutty sweet treat. Silken tofu and ground flaxseed help this smoothie stick with you throughout an afternoon of running errands.
Fresh Strawberry Milk Shakes
These creamy strawberry milkshakes keep it simple with just 4 ingredients: fresh strawberries, vanilla extract, ice cream, and milk.
Make this smoothie in minutes by freezing cubed mango the night before and blending with banana, milk, honey, and vanilla extract when you're ready to serve.
While the dishwasher runs after dinner, whip up a batch of this blended treat. Honey sweetens the banana-strawberry-yogurt mixture. Serve thick for a fun beat-the-heat dessert.
Blend frozen fruit juice with fresh strawberries and a banana for a smoothie spiked with bright fruit flavor. This tasty drink is rich and creamy thanks to a hearty helping of vanilla low-fat yogurt.
Elvis Milk Shakes
Drink a tribute to the King of Rock-and-Roll with this shake that combines two of his favorite flavors: bananas and peanut butter.
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Banana Shake
This chocolate, peanut butter, and banana shake is like an explosion of flavors all in one glass. Top this shake with a generous (and messy) crown of whipped cream and chocolate syrup for the perfect answer to your chocolate craving.
Spice up a Mexican-inspired evening with a smoothie infused with the warm molasses flavor of brown sugar. Serve the slushy cocktail over ice.
Frozen mixed berries and dry milk help keep cost and preparation to a minimum for this anytime smoothie. Blend with banana, yogurt, sugar, and orange juice for a citrus accent. Substitute other frozen fruits, like peaches, for fun variety.
Kids are sure to love these smoothies-on-a-stick! Just blend, pour in paper cups with a popsicle stick, and freeze for creamy, icy goodness.
Ingredients from the favorite treat are morphed into a dreamy S'more Shake--no campfire required.
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Flax Smoothies
Get the day started right with a peanut butter, banana, and flax smoothie. Not only will it taste like a treat but you'll get a good dose of potassium, protein, and fiber to boot. If the smoothies seem too thick, just add another tablespoon or two of milk.
This slightly sweet, thick drink is a great snack or part of a breakfast: Just one serving offers about one-third of the day's vitamin C and vitamin A and about 10 percent potassium in a low-calorie package.
This refreshing classic includes raspberries, strawberries, and ground flaxseed.
Smoothies are the perfect bases for allowing kids to add their own personality and get creative. The yogurt gives it a dose of calcium. Be sure to use frozen fruit−it eliminates the need for ice.