Whole oats will thicken up any smoothie. They're great with apples and cinnamon for a filling morning beverage.
Avocados will make your smoothies creamy and delicious. They're great with pears, honey, and vanilla-flavored anything.
Maple syrup is a natural sweetener packed with antioxidants. It's great with anything/everything, but try it with bananas and ground pecans for a hearty breakfast smoothie.
Cherries are unsung heroes of the fruit variety. They can help regulate sleep cycles, so blend one with coconut milk, lime juice, and ice right before bed.
Seaweed is weird, but it has a crazy amount of vitamins. Blend a half-sheet in with some apples and kiwis to make a nice green drink.
When you get tired of your boring, regular iced coffee: toss that coffee in a blender with peanut butter, bananas, and just one square of white chocolate for an energetic beverage worthy of your busy schedule.
Pumpkin spice is everyone's guilty pleasure in the fall. But you can make your smoothie a little spicier any time of the year with some pumpkin puree, almond milk, and a dash of lavender or crushed graham cracker (depending on your state of mind).
Ginger is a tasty summer add-in that helps with digestion. It's best with strawberries, lemon, and ice.
Nutmeg has a bevy of benefits, so you can add a lot or a little depending on your taste. Try it with blueberries, banana, and honey.
Date shakes are a Southern California classic. Substitute ice cream for soy milk and pineapple juice to turn your next shake into a lean, tasty smoothie.
Almonds are one of the best nuts for building muscle. Blend some almond butter, almond milk, raspberries, and kale for a power-packed pre-workout smoothie.
Bring on the chocolate lovers! Cacao comes in nibs or powder and is a great chocolate alternative. Blend it with coconut sugar and mixed berries.