11 High Fiber Smoothie Recipes for a Healthy New You
“11 High Fiber Smoothie Recipes for a Healthy New You” was written by Dr. Su-Nui Escobar in collaboration with soon-to-be Registered Dietitian Nina Deuschle.
High-fiber smoothies are one of the easiest ways to prepare a nutrient-dense breakfast or snack and add fiber to your day. Fiber is an important nutrient for overall health, and these recipes are a delicious way to get your fill.
Our fiber-rich smoothie recipe choices are all packed with healthy ingredients like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
Best of all? These recipes are delicious!
Banana Raspberry High Fiber Smoothie
Blend your way to improved health with this high-fiber smoothie recipe by Dr. Jinan Banna. This recipe is definitely a one to try, as it gives you a whopping total of 23.9 grams of fiber and 25 grams of protein.
What makes this recipe so high in fiber? The banana and dates are a good start, but the real fiber powerhouses here are hemp protein and raspberries. If you don’t have all of these ingredients on hand, don’t worry – any one of them will up the fiber content of your drink.
Blend your way to improved health with this high-fiber smoothie recipe.
Chocolate Peanut Butter High Fiber Smoothie
This recipe is a great option if you’re looking for a chocolate and peanut butter fix.
The smoothie gets its fiber from a surprising ingredient: frozen cauliflower. Before you toss the idea, give it a try. You will not be disappointed. Cauliflower is a good source of fiber and other nutrients. It’s also low in calories and has a neutral taste, making it a perfect ingredient.
The chocolate and peanut butter take care of the taste. Satisfy your sweet tooth and get your fiber all in one glass.
This ingenious recipe delivers approximately 13 grams of fiber.
Vegan Chocolate Prune Smoothie
Love chocolate? Then this smoothie from Amy Gorin is for you. It gets its fiber from – you guessed it – prunes!
Prunes have long been known for their ability to help fight constipation. In this recipe, the sweetness of the prunes blends together with the chocolate in a way that makes a delightful drink.
The vegan chocolate prune smoothie provides 7 grams of fiber and a good dose of vitamins A and C.
High-Protein Vanilla Smoothie
This high-protein vanilla smoothie recipe by Plant-Based with Amy is interesting because it gets its protein from edamame rather than protein powder.
Edamame is a great source of plant-based protein, fiber, and essential amino acids. This recipe contains 27 grams of protein and 11 grams of fiber. Our favorite part? She’s included an actual vanilla bean for a burst of flavor. This is a high-recipe smoothie, so it is perfect for breakfast.
Creamy Avocado Smoothie
This luscious smoothie is the perfect start to your mornings. Avocados have been used for generations in Mexican frozen sweet treats, as they add creaminess to food in a much healthier way.
This high-fiber smoothie recipe uses avocado, plant-based milk, and frozen banana to create a thick and creamy drink that will fill you up. Just blend and enjoy!
It has approximately 6 grams of fiber.
Green Tropical Fruit Smoothie
Green juices have really enjoyed their time in the spotlight in recent years. Sure, they provide a fresh, bright cup full of vitamins and minerals that our bodies love. But whizzing up green produce means they do lose their fiber.
What if you could enjoy the same benefits of green juice with the added benefits of fiber, ideal to regulate blood sugar? This is where fiber-packed smoothies come in.
This delicious green tropical fruit drink contains 6 grams of fiber.
Blueberry, Prune, and Kefir Smoothie
This smoothie is packed higher in fiber thanks to prunes, blueberries, and chia seeds. It has approximately 6 grams of fiber.
The addition of kefir makes this recipe probiotic-rich as well, which can help support a healthy gut.
Kale Apple Smoothie
This high-fiber smoothie is quick and easy to make, full of ingredients that will help you start your day off right.
The kale, apple, and lime provide a good dose of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, while the chia seeds add some extra fiber and protein. There is an impressive15 grams of fiber in this delicious drink.
For you banana haters out there, it’s banana-free!
Best Chocolate Smoothie
Chocolate heaven! This tasty smoothie gets its sweetness from dates. Loaded with good-for-you ingredients, this drink has 11 grams of fiber.
With almond butter, flax seeds, hemp hearts, and healthy fats and protein, you will get a feeling of satisfaction that lasts throughout the morning. That makes it a perfect breakfast.
Wild Blueberry Zucchini Smoothie
Another choice with surprising ingredients, this time from Life Is But a Dish. This recipe has some unlikely ingredients, like zucchini, peas, and bee pollen. But this drink is one of the healthiest smoothie recipes.
This smoothie is a great way to start your day. The zucchini adds fiber without any flavor, while the blueberries add a touch of sweetness.
Pear Ginger Smoothie
Packed with healthy ingredients and a hint of ginger, this delicious pear smoothie is a great snack. The pears add sweetness, while the ginger gives this recipe a bit of a kick with an anti-inflammatory bonus.
It has 7 grams of fiber.
This smoothie is a great way to add fiber to your diet. The pears add sweetness, while the ginger gives this recipe a bit of a kick.
The Bottom Line
Fiber is something that many of us aren’t getting enough of in our diets. There is a whole host of benefits that fiber offers us, from better bowel regularity to reduced disease risk.
High-fiber smoothies are one of my favorite ways to up your fiber intake significantly, and with little to no effort. Best of all, you’ll be reaping the health benefits while you simply enjoy a frosty, creamy treat.
Dr. Su-Nui Escobar is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist in Miami, FL. She is passionate about helping women over 40 live their best lives through healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle. Su-Nui is a doctor in clinical nutrition, able to translate complicated evidence-based science into practical advice. Su-Nui is the former spokesperson of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.