Nutribullet breakfast recipes
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Smoothie and delicious!

Here at A Juicy Blend we like nothing more than starting our day with a Nutriblast, and it seems that we are not alone as our visitors often ask us for Nutribullet breakfast recipes.

We’ve collected some of our favourite ones and categorized them according to what you might be looking for, whether it’s a full feeling until lunch or a recipe to help you with a weight-loss plan.

A Juicy Blend would like to recommend that you always consult a doctor before embarking on a new way of eating, and please be aware that some of these recipes contain nuts.

We hope you love these breakfast smoothie recipes as much as we do!

If you want some further information why not check out some of the Smoothie recipe books available from Amazon.co.uk.

Nutribullet breakfast smoothies with oats

Oats are always a popular ingredient in a breakfast smoothie, and because of their low glycemic index they are useful for slowly releasing energy over the course of the morning, and giving you that satisfactory ‘full’ feeling that will last until lunch!

Oats in a Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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1. Classic berry smoothie

Spinach in Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Frozen berries in Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. 1 small banana
  2. 1 big handful of spinach (around 50% of the cup contents)
  3. 1 handful of mixed frozen berries
  4. Almond or coconut milk to the max line
  5. 3 tbsp oats
  6. 1 tbsp hemp powder or flax seed
  7. 1 tbsp chia seeds

Method:

  • Take the Tall or Colossus cup
  • Put in one large handful of spinach – fill about 1/2 the cup
  • Top with the frozen berries, banana, oats, hemp powder and chia seed
  • Add almond or coconut milk to the max line, or slightly below if you like a thicker smoothie
  • Blend until smooth
  • Ideally serve immediately whilst the smoothie is still chilled and creamy!

 

2. Pomegranate power blast!

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Banana in a Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Banana in a Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
  2. ½ cup pomegranate juice
  3. 1 cup packed fresh baby spinach
  4. 1 chopped small banana
  5. 1 cup frozen strawberries or frozen mixed berries
  6. ¼ cup rolled oats
  7. 2 tbsp of unsalted cashews

 

Method:

  • Take the Tall or Colossus cup
  • Add the baby spinach to about 1/2 the cup full
  • Next place in the chopped banana and the frozen berries
  • Top with the rolled oats and cashews
  • Full to the max line or just below with the almond milk
  • Blitz until smooth and enjoy your breakfast Nutriblast!

3. Peanut pick-me-up

Peanut butter in Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Dried cranberries in a Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Sunflower seeds in a Nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. ½ banana
  2. 1 tbsp dried cranberries
  3. 4 tbsp oats
  4. 1 tbsp sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds
  5. 1 tbsp peanut butter
  6. 3 ice cubes or crushed ice
  7. Oat milk to below the max line

Method:

  • Take a Tall cup
  • Add all the ingredients except the ice
  • Top with the ice, making sure that you don’t fill to more than 25% of contents
  • Finally add the oat milk to just below the max line
  • Blend until smooth

Nutribullet breakfast recipes with yoghurt

Yoghurt is a smoothie staple and a great component for a memorable breakfast concoction. Whether it’s low fat or Greek, there’s a yoghurt to suit your needs. So happy dolloping!

Nutribullet breakfast recipe with yoghurt
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4. Greek delight

Cucumber nutribullet smoothie
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Mango nutribullet smoothie
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Green grapes nutribullet smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. ½ banana
  2. handful frozen summer fruit
  3. 8 green grapes
  4. ¼ mango
  5. ½ carrot
  6. 1/8 cucumber
  7. 2 handfuls of spinach (to just under 1/2 the cup)
  8. 4 tbsp muesli
  9. 1 tbsp pumpkin seeds
  10. Dollop of fat free Greek Yoghurt
  11. Water

Method:

  • Put take a Tall or Colossus cup (you may need to make in batches or adjust quantities accordingly)
  • Add the spinach first
  • Top with the frozen fruit, banana, mango, grapes, carrot and cucumber
  • Sprinkle the muesli and the seeds
  • Add water to the max line
  • Blitz until smooth
  • Finally add the yoghurt and blitz again until smooth and creamy

5. Blackberry fig feast

blackberry nutribullet smoothie recipe
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yoghurt nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Figs nutribullet breakfast recipe
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Ingredients:

  1. 8 blackberries
  2. Small handful of frozen strawberries
  3. 2 dried figs
  4. 100g natural yoghurt (fat free)
  5. Water

Method:

  • Take a Tall or Colossus cup
  • Add the frozen raspberries, figs and yoghurt
  • Top with a little water to ease blending
  • Blitz until smooth

6. Tropically tasty

Mango nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Lime nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ginger nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. 80g frozen mango
  2. 1/8 lime with skin
  3. 80g pineapple
  4. 1 inch ginger (peeled)
  5. 5 mint leaves
  6. 50g fat free Greek yoghurt
  7. Coconut water

Method:

  • Put all the ingredients into a Tall or Colossus cup
  • Add coconut water to just below the max line
  • Blitz and enjoy!

High protein Nutribullet breakfast smoothies

It’s possible to add protein to your breakfast smoothies by adding protein powder, but here at A Juicy Blend we prefer to get our daily dose of goodness through whole foods such as nut butter. These yummy recipes below fit the bill perfectly!

Nuts in nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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7. Blueberry honey heaven

Blueberries nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Silken tofu nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Honey nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. 1 tbsp honey
  2. ⅔ cup blueberries
  3. 1 medium banana
  4. 6-oz silken tofu soft
  5. Soy (or unsweetened almond) milk to fill line

Method:

  • Add the tofu, banana, blueberries and honey into a tall cup
  • Top with soy or unsweetened almond milk to just below the max line
  • Blitz until lovely and smooth
  • Enjoy!

8. Nutrilicous smoothie

peanut butter nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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hazelnuts in nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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honey in nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. ⅓ cup toasted hazelnuts
  2. 2 tbsp. peanut butter
  3. 1 tbsp. honey
  4. 3 ice cubes
  5. Milk to fill line

Method:

  • Put all the ingredients apart from the milk into a Tall cup
  • Top with the milk up to the max line
  • Blend until smooth

9. Carrot is tops

Grated carrot nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ice cubes in nutribullet breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  2. 5 tablespoons almond butter
  3. 1/2 cup grated carrot
  4. 3/4 cup fresh chopped mango
  5. 3 ice cubes
  6. Handful of baby spinach

Method:

  • Put the spinach in a Tall cup
  • Follow with the almond butter, carrot and mango
  • Add the ice cubes, making sure that they are not taking up more than 25% of the whole
  • Top with the almond milk up to the max line
  • Blend until smooth

Nutribullet breakfast recipes for weight loss

If you’re looking to lose a few pounds and are counting the calories, then these smoothies are ideal.

All coming in at under 100 calories (mostly around the 50-60 calorie mark), you can use them as part of a 5:2 diet regime, or just to make a healthy and lightweight start to the day. Just don’t follow up with a milky coffee or you’ll undo all your hard work!

Here at A Juicy Blend we always recommend that you seek medical advice before starting on a low calorie diet or regime of any type.

Weight loss nutribullet smoothies
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10. Blueberry pearing

blueberries nutribullet weight loss smoothie
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Lime in nutribullet weight loss smoothie
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nutribullet weight loss breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. 40g blueberries
  2. 1/2 cored pear
  3. 1/8 lime with skin
  4. ¼ lime juice only
  5. Water to max line
  6. 4 ice cubes

Method:

  • Put all the ingredients in a Tall cup, leaving the water and ice last
  • Make sure that the ice doesn’t take up more than 25% of the whole
  • Top up with water to the max line
  • Blitz away
  • Enjoy with a guilt-free conscience!

11. Melon medley

Mint leaves in weight-loss smoothie
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Melon in weight loss breakfast smoothie
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Water melon in weight-loss breakfast smoothie
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Ingredients:

  1. Handful of chopped galia melon
  2. Handful of chopped water melon
  3. 5 mint leaves
  4. Juice of 1/2 lime
  5. Water to max line
  6. 3 ice cubes

Method:

  • Take a tall cup and put in the melon, mint and lime juice
  • Top with the ice cups
  • Add water to the max line
  • Blend until smooth

12. Chocoholic’s dream

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Coconut water in nutribullet weight loss breakfast smoothie
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Chocolate in nutribullet breakfast weight loss smoothie
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Ingredients:

 

  1. 3 small tomatoes
  2. 5g dark chocolate
  3. ¼ lime juice
  4. Coconut water to the max line
  5. 2 ice cubes

Method:

  • Put all ingredients apart from the ice and coconut water into a Tall cup
  • Add the ice, making sure it’s not more than 25% of the whole
  • Top with Coconut water up to the max line
  • Blend until smooth and enjoy your treat!

Which Nutribullet can I use?

If you’re wondering which particular machine you can use to make these Nutribullet breakfast recipes, the answer is any of them. The ingredients in these smoothies can be handled by any of them, from the Magic Bullet right up to the RX. In fact, you don’t have to have a Nutribullet to make them – other blenders like the Nutri Ninja for example, will handle them just as well.

If these recipes have tempted your taste buds, then why not try something more savoury next – for example a delicious hot soup. Happy blending!