I don’t usually feel hungry for breakfast. Any recipe for a smoothie that will be easy on the stomach but healthy?

S L Na N.
I usually have a consistent breakfast with boilled eggs or omlette. But in the already crowded mornings i drink juice from carrot+red beet+apple, or a smoothie from spinach+banana+almond milk.
Thibaut U.
For smoothies I use a cup or 2 of spinach or kale. A scoop of protein and a cup of my favorite fruits (mixed berries). Blend for about 1 minute and good for the whole morning. How this helps.
Filippa Z.
Smoothies are great, that’s usually my go-to if I don’t have time for a full breakfast. I like to mix banana, dried oats, and peanut butter in with water or almond milk for a little bit of a sweeter and thicker taste. It’s also great to add your favorite protein powder or I use Boost from Tropeaka (an Australian company – bought online) because it gives me energy for the morning without having to splurge on coffee.
Gisa U.
Antioxidants found in both blueberries and pomegranates can help your body fight aging, cancer, and heart disease.


2 cups frozen blueberries 1 cup 100% pomegranate juice, chilled 1 tablespoon honey 1 (6-ounce) carton vanilla fat-free yogurt
How to Make It

Step 1
Place all ingredients in a blender; process until smooth.

Step 2
To your Health Smoothies like this, with protein and honey, make an ideal post-workout drink–the combo helps your muscles recover after exercise.

Julie G.
I like to use berries and fruit with either milk or nut milk in smoothies. Adding chia seeds adds extra protein too! Better yet, you can cut up all your ingredients ahead of time and keep them in the freezer as premade smoothie ingredients. If you’re looking to add more vegetables, fresh spinach blends in smoothies really well and adds some extra iron in your diet. “Simple green smoothies” has some tasty recipes, although I did find their health claims to be rather exaggerated sometimes. Just find ingredients that you like that sit well with your stomach, blend away, and enjoy! If you have any concerns about your stomach or digestion, or if you want some more advice on the best nutritional habits, don’t hesitate to talk to your primary care doctor and/ or a registered dietician nutritionist. I think you can also find RDN’s near you through the EatRight.org website (the website itself is a great research-backed, evidence-based resource for nutritional info, recipes, and tips for healthy eating and living made by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics).
Happy breakfast to you! 🙂
Brayden F.
Well talking about my experience rather than smoothie try having hot honey lemon water. It helps to develop appetite and it's good to eat rather than having smoothie.
Milan Z.
Hello fabulous friend! What I suggest is a banana smoothie (1 banana + 100 ml milk of your choice + 1/2 spoon peanut butter & honey for some protein kicks.
Yes it’s filling.

Pinterest has some great ideas for light morning smoothies too!
Apart from that , this is my best suggestion to at least start off with.
Best of luck!

Hermes O.
Two options:
1. I use to mix orange juice with spinach, 1 tbsp of moringa, 1 tsp of spirulina (podwer), 1tsp of grenetine and ice. Sometimes I add cardamom and/or turmeric to change the flavor a bit. If you do not have time for breakfast can add an egg (it does not taste a lot but will give you more proteins than just the moringa). You can change orange juice for 1/2 green apple or other fruit.
2. Try milk (low fat or almond milk) with frost strawberries (or mix it with different berries) and 1 tbsp of oats flakes. Add 1tsp of vainilla and the sweetener you like. You can also change milk for 0 fat yoghurt and make it more sticky as a smoothie.
Ella X.
1/2 banana (frozen optional)
1/4 cup frozen strawberries
1/4 cup frozen mango
Almond milk, add to your liking. (Less to make thick, more to make thin)
Instead of of mango, you can also add peanut butter to make a PB&J smoothie
Sheryl W.
I don't know of any smoothies, but in the morning it's better to prioritize complex carbs, fat and protein, along with fiber, rather thsn sugar. So if you really want a smoothie, put something that contains those. You can eat fruit and sugary things, but keep the quantity low. What works for me (and not necessarily for you) is two eggs with cheese or some sort of meat that I enjoy, or olives.
Darlene I.
I use 6 oz of frozen cherries, 1 cup of yogurt, and 1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa. It almost tastes like brownie batter. I usually add 2 T of plain hemp protein powder and 2 T of ground flax seeds and chia seeds, too. Hope this helps.
Bettina X.
I am the same way, which is why I embraced the intermittent fasting lifestyle. It’s something I pretty much do unintentionally so it was an easy thing to pick up. I’d recommend looking into it. As far as smoothies go, I’ve never consistently made them enough to be able to know what works. Good luck.
Alexander E.
I have been following Harley Pasternak for smoothie recipes. It is thr easiest thing. I made a smoothie with apple, banana, greek unsweetened yogurt, almond and water with a pinch of cinnamon powder. Delicious!! Filled me up till afternoon. Give it a try e!!
Jamie Z.
Me too! Now that I am following Fabulous, I got into a habit of breaking fast. It is like brushing your teeth. Now I am free from dependence on hunger. However, I still am dependent on companionship. A feeling of unease holds me from having any meal without a companion. Company of a friend, spouse, a stranger or even a pet makes it easy and enjoyable to consume. Having a meal when alone draws my attention to what my body does with those mouth watering eatables and attractive flavours after consuming! In a matter of six to eight hours, it reverses those beautiful properties of the food consumed to be delivered to a commode! And flush it down with non-drinkable water! (Sorry chef, you don’t know what I did with those lovely dishes you offered me last night!) Even so, I am hoping, the force/ love of habit may grant the freedom from the desire of companionship too. As for the recipe in breakfast, starting with fruits, salads, a cup of juice like watermelon and moving on to cocoa milk, pancakes with honey or an egg sandwich or any favourite protein rich dish would be fulfilling that makes you ready to hop on to the work train for the day!
Alyssia S.
Yes! My default is seasonal greens (excluding tough ones like kale though) + 1/2 peeled lemon + 2 of whatever fruits are on hand.
Lina Z.
just start of slow like some yogurt with some muesli or have a banana and or apple. I never had breakfast before either as I was not hungry, but I've been doing this routine of drinking water and having breakfast and it really changed my mornings
Bernice X.
My go to Smoothie conbinis yoghurt, banana a choice fruit and something green or orange. Eg. Banana pineapple and baby Spinach. I also add some fibre and Almond butter (a bit pricey) is excellent for satiety. On or in anything
Kate F.
Blend some milk with whatever fruits you have at hand (my faves are bananas, strawberries, apples and papaya, alone or combined), a spoon of honey and a bit of cinnamon powder. You can also add oats and chia seeds for thickness and to add up to the healthy factor. It will make you start your day fed but not overfed and provide some vitamins, protein and fiber.
Tommy W.
I buy smoothie mixes (bags of frozen mango, strawberry, raspberry, and peach) and add almond milk! The mixes are sweet enough but if you want a little more add honey
An Sia A.
1/2 Banana
1 tablespoon peanut butter
Any other veg such as spinach , 1/2 cup blueberries or for further weight loss cut up 1 stalk of celery , light flavor smooth texture and works hard for you
Cemil X.
My go to smoothie recipe is a banana (or avocado), 1 scoop of chocolate whey protein powder, 1/2 cup of frozen blueberries and a handful of spinach. Delicious and simple!
Arquimino N.
I was like you but once you start and create the routine you will want breakfast every day. I definitely recommend eggs to start and try to have servings prepared and ready to eat so that you dont need to work in the morning. Here is a link to a smoothie recipes page that I found and it was really good the one I tried: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/articles/50-smoothies
Vickie J.
An easy smoothie for breakfast I like has 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder, 1 cup spinach, 1 banana, and 1/2 cup frozen strawberries.
R Pio A.
I normally drink green juices… they don’t taste amazing but once you get used to it you’ll feel much better overall… also, at least for me, being hungry for breakfast was a bit because I wasn’t used to having any… since I started having a nice breakfast everyday I get really hungry If I don’t
Janet J.
I know it sounds gross to some but it's absolutely delicious and a must try to all. (if no peanut allergies) blend peanut butter, dates, avacodo, kiwi and water. I'll. Sometimes add pineapple collagen to the water and it all makes a delicious smoothie that keeps you full for hours. Ofcourse you can add berries to it as well if to bland for you but the peanut butter over powers all