Best Nutribullet Green Smoothie Recipes & Nutriblasts

Are you searching for the best Nutribullet and Nutriblast recipes?

If you're searching for beginner recipes, recipes for losing weight, detox recipes or the most delicious recipes on green smoothies, you've come to the right place.

I know how hard it is to find recipes that actually tastes great, that's why we've done the research for you so that you could start enjoying delicious green drinks.

All you need to do is prepare your produce, try one of these recipes and use your favorite blender* to create your drinks.

*You need a Nutribullet extraction machine or a Ninja blender to enjoy these recipes. If you prefer the high-end blenders like the Vitamix and the Blendtec appliances you can try using them as well.

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What are Nutriblasts? Can These Smoothie Recipes Become Ninja Blender Recipes?
Top 4 vegetables that I recommend for starters:
The Beginner's Nutriblast recipe
The Detoxifying Green Smoothie Recipe
Almond Butter Smoothie Recipe
The Best Magic Bullet or Nutribullet Recipe Cookbook?
50 Yummy Green Smoothie Recipes
The Nutribullet Recipe Book
The Healthy Smoothie Bible
Simple Green Smoothies 
What's your favorite Nutribullet or Magic Bullet recipe?

What are Nutriblasts? Can These Smoothie Recipes Become Ninja Blender Recipes?

For starters, if you've encountered the word: Nutriblasts, that's just a fancy term for "green smoothie recipes" or green drinks.

And yes, these recipes are completely compatible with your Ninja Blender and Magic Bullet appliances.

​These delicious and yummy green smoothie recipes came from other Nutribullet users, and other top "green smoothie" recipes out there. 

We all have different taste buds and preferences, but personally, these are the best nutribullet recipes I've ever tasted. 

But here's a QUICK tip for those who are just starting out in this journey: Choose your beginning vegetables that doesn't have a strong "garden" or "bitter" taste. 

By that I mean avoiding broccoli and kale as your first "vegetable" choices. Once your palate have adjusted, you might be able to try these "stronger-tasting" vegetables.

It's because if you try with these "bitter-tasting" vegetables, you might be discouraged to continue your journey because you just can't stand the taste.

What I recommend is to use vegetables that doesn't taste like you're eating grass.


Top 4 vegetables that I recommend for starters:

  • Spinach
  • Cucumber
  • Zucchini
  • Cabbage

Let's start with Spinach.

It seems that Popeye did some reading on why he's chosen spinach as his "secret" to strong health.

It is because spinach is considered a superfood. They contain antioxidants and phytochemicals that are good for our bodies.

Which is why my first and beginner recipe would always contain spinach.


The Beginner's Nutriblast recipe

This is my regular drink and it's very simple to prepare.

Yes, I drink this almost daily (while rotating greens now).

Bananas can easily mask the aftertaste of any vegetable. 

Chia seeds provides protein and contains powerful antioxidants, while water can be added or suppressed to control the viscosity of your drinks.​

Ever since I’ve learned how to make plant-based milks, I’ve been consuming them daily and have replaced my consumption of dairy milk with almond milks. I’m using almond milk as the liquid base instead of water for added flavor and nutrients.

Serve and enjoy this recipe!​

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The Beginner's Green Smoothie Recipe. #greensmoothies #blending

The Beginner's Green Smoothie Recipe. #greensmoothies #blending



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The Detoxifying Green Smoothie Recipe

Starting out with Juicing and Blending? Then you'll want to try this detox or cleansing recipe.

You may or may have not heard of detoxing but I believe that it's all about giving your "gut" (your digestive system) enough time to rest and recuperate after spending years of eating unhealthy stuff.

Healing and "detoxification" of our bodies are simply done by our liver. What we're doing is we're just helping our liver do it's job well.

The first thing that you'll need to do is avoid processed foods, junk foods, and refined sugar at all costs. 

*Medical disclaimer : Consult with your health care provide before you change your diet.

You may add ice cubes after blending. Ice can make the drinks more palatable. If you don't have ice cubes, you can try freezing the fruits and vegetables first.

If you have a powerful blender like the Nutri Ninja, it can easily crush ice while blending (read my full review).

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The Detoxifying Green Smoothie Recipe. #greensmoothies #detox #blending



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Almond Butter Smoothie Recipe

Do you love almond butter?

Do you love that creamy smoothie feeling?

Check out this recipe, it's yummy and delicious to the max! 

This recipe is good enough for two servings.

Why almonds?

Almonds deliver huge amounts of nutrition. Yes, from almonds. It is loaded with tons of antioxidants and it could help with weight loss too!

They are high in vitamin E, which protects your cell membranes from damage.

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The Best Magic Bullet or Nutribullet Recipe Cookbook?

I'm on a quest.

To find the best nutribullet recipe cookbook available on the planet. I'll be ranking it based on Amazon reviews. But for those who want to jump right in, I've created my own green smoothie recipe book that contains 50 of the best recipes here.​

The Best Nutribullet Recipe Books for 2018 #smoothies #blending



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The Healthy Smoothie Bible

This book got 4.4 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Over 388 people have left verified reviews on this product. 

You'll love this book. Read it, use it and be inspired to create your smoothies!




Simple Green Smoothies 

This book got 4.9 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Over 429 people have left verified reviews on this product. 

There's tons of innovative combinations and tasty recipes in this book. Your life will change once you start drinking green smoothies. Thanks to this book!



Now back at you.



What's your favorite Nutribullet or Magic Bullet recipe?

Let us know in the comments below!​ Don't forget to share these recipes.

  • Kim Macleod says:

    Hi,

    I am interested if you can juice ‘hard’ vegetables like carrots and beetroot, and celery?

    many thanks,

    Kim

    • Tania says:

      Hi Kim,

      I’ve juiced (blasted) both celery & beetroot in my nutribullet – haven’t blasted carrot yet (have only ever juiced them in a traditional ‘juicing machine’).
      I have found a recipe with carrots though – can’t remember site I got it from [Big Apologies to the author]. It’s:
      Cosy Carrot Tonic:
      – 6 large carrots
      – 1 bulb fennel
      – 2 apples
      – 1/4 – 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
      – 1 lemon
      – Fill your cup with water to the max line

      Hope this answers your question.
      Cheers,
      Tania

    • Kim says:

      Yes! I love carrots and parsnips with apple and fresh ginger. Make sure you use enough water with it.

  • Jackie says:

    If you use pears or apples with the peels on does it leave small pieces in the smoothie? I like my smoothie smooth

  • Tina says:

    Hi, I’m just wanting to know please, is it alright to have the same smoothies every day.

  • Jess says:

    I use my nutribullet every day! So quick and easy, I find the most simple recipes the best ones. Try out a few strawberries, banana and coconut water. Couldn’t be happier with the results this fab blender gives

  • Gerry mayne says:

    Hi, what is your email address please. I have been given a nutrabullit from my daughter (she has bought the bigger one,) and unfortunately the larger container leaks and iwill have to the makers for replacement. However the smaller containers are OK but they do not have a maximum water mark, how much water should I put in .I am delighted to find your site as I a keen to try out this machine.
    Regards Gerry. Mayne

  • George says:

    Will the nutrition bullet help my mom who is 90 today

  • Carita Edwards says:

    I’d like to know if it’s OK to make a big smoothie drink and save half for the next ?or should it all be consumed the same day ?

  • maria says:

    here’s another good recipie with spinach

    3/4 spinach leaves
    1 small cup pineapple juice
    handful of nuts
    raspberries

  • The good Rogue says:

    I Love the Nutri Bullet!

  • ProductOfTha90s says:

    Using a nutribullet is not juicing. It’s smoothie-ing. I think a lot of beginners get discouraged bc they don’t realize they’re not getting a juice. The texture you get with a nutribullet can be a bit thick sometimes, which is kinda off putting when your making broccoli and kale smoothies

  • David says:

    Hi i have r nutribulet machines.
    I have a small one i travel with.
    I use all the fruits u have mentioned plus kiwifruit plus sweet potatoes plus pears plus
    Celery plus raw eggs plus avacado protein powder

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