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Frozen Smoothies Are The Easiest Way To Eat A Healthy Breakfast Without Even Trying

And only wash your blender once.

The morning smoothie: A delicious, refreshing, and portable breakfast.

But smoothies face one big enemy — the rush of a morning routine.

Thankfully, your freezer is here for you.

Start by gathering all of the ingredients you'll need to a make a week's worth of smoothies.

Get your containers ready.


I make one serving at a time, because my blender struggles when I put too much kale and chard in. Don't worry about putting ice or lots of frozen fruit in if you don't want to — it's going in the freezer anyway.

Pour one (or two, or seven) out.

Repeat this process until all your jars or cups are filled and in the freezer.

Wash your blender — once!

Every night, put the next day's smoothies in the fridge.

Then in the morning, drink your smoothie and congratulate yourself on your brilliance.

Coconut, Fruit, and Greens Smoothie

Serves 1

Recipe by Natalie Brown


3/4 cup coconut milk

1 cup mixed kale and rainbow chard

1 banana

1 cup pineapple

1/4 cup frozen mango

1 tablespoon almond butter

1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Combine all ingredients in the blender, and blend until smooth.