6 Smoothie Recipe Ideas For The 14-Day Smoothie Cleanse

Today is my last day of the smoothie cleanse and I am really excited to share my results next week! It was great testing out various fruits and vegetables to see what went well together, and I wanted to share my process of prepping. I will say that I am no doctor, so don’t hold to me any of the advice that I am giving, I am simply sharing my experiences. A smoothie cleanse may not be best for your personal needs, but I listened to my body throughout.


I pretty much always mixed up the smoothies I had during the day, but I had two favorites that really stood out- coconut and greens. I had them almost everyday because they were so tasty!

Coconut Delight: This is a modified version of the “sweet” smoothie Anna shared!
– 1 cup of coconut milk
– 1 tbsp unsweetened coco powder
– 1 tbsb cinnamon
– 1 banana
– 4 pitted dates
– 1 tbsp chia seeds


– 1 cup of spinach
– 1/2 cup of kale
– 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
– 1 cup of mixed fruit (I used pineapple, peach and mango)
– 1 tbsp chia seeds
– 1/2 banana

Other smoothie variations I tried and enjoyed:
Orange Cream:
– 1/2 cup orange juice

– 1 orange (peeled and seeds removed because #gross)

– 1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

– 1 tbsp vanilla extract

– 1/2 banana

Very Berry:
– 1 cup mixed berries (I used blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries)
– 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
– 1 tbsp vanilla extract
– 1 cup spinach or kale


– 1 cup strawberries
– 1 banana
– 1 cup spinach
– 1 tbsp flax seed
– 1.5 cups unsweetened almond milk

Strawnana Kiki:
– 1 cup strawberries
– 1/2 banana
– 2 kiwis
– 1/2 cup spinach
– 1 cup unsweetened almond milk

There were a few other smoothies I tried throughout the two weeks, but these six were in the rotation most often. The easiest way to make these smoothies was to spend 1.5-2 hours prepping and freezing. I would make multiple (6-8) of one smoothie at a time by labeling zip-lock bags, adding directions to the bag of what still needed to be added and putting in all of the ingredient filled bags into the freezer. This way whenever I was ready to make a smoothie or pack my lunch, all I needed to do was grab the bags from the freezer & make the smoothie or fill up a mason jar with almond milk, orange juice or coconut milk and pack my lunch.

Do you have any favorite smoothie recipes?

  • http://kyleandjensmith.blogspot.com/ Jen

    Oh my! The coconut smoothie sounds amazing! I may have to give that one a shot.

  • http://ohhey-ilikethat.com Lauren

    I did a tiny cheer when I saw this post because YAY ORANGE CREAM!!!!

  • Megan

    YUMMM! These sound sooo good. We are trying to drink a smoothie at least 3-4 mornings a week for breakfast so I’ll need to start switching things up for sure. So proud of you for crushing 14 days of the smoothie cleanse!

  • http://www.thegirlwholovedtowrite.com/ Chelsea Jacobs

    The coconut one sounds delicious! And the Orange Cream!!

  • http://lostrightdirection.blogspot.com/ Jenn

    Can’t wait to try some of these! Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.thefreeandwildblog.com Annie

    These all sound SO good–and I am going to try to add them into my smoothie routine cause YUM. I love using dates in cooking and in smoothies, because they have such a natural caramel flavor. They are SO underrated!

  • http://www.always-al.com/ Alexandra Yargeau

    Those all sound so good! I am a big protein shake person in the morning, but I might have to mix it up with some fruit smoothies! Can’t wait to see your results!

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