20 Refreshing Mason Jar Smoothies That Are A Breeze To Whip Up

Mason jars are such a versatile and useful household essential. You can use them for just about anything!

Through crafting, you can turn simple, plain Mason jars into unique and one-of-a-kind household decor. You can also use them as glasses, mixing delicious Mason jar cocktails in the containers, which can double as a way to store the drinks.

The glass jars are an essential food prep tool as well; those who like to plan their meals ahead and get them ready for on-the-go eating can package anything from breakfast parfaits to salads in the Mason jars.

Now that the weather is finally warming up (yay spring!), it’s the perfect opportunity to use Mason jars in yet another way: smoothies!

With your favorite fruits, veggies, add-ons, and the blender of your choice, these frothy drinks are a breeze to whip up.

Check out these 20 simple and yummy recipes for scrumptious, refreshing, and even healthy Mason jar smoothies!

1. Pineapple Smoothie

Did somebody say pineapple? It may not be summer yet, but the time is always right to blend up the delicious yellow fruit for a tangy drink. Blend pineapple with banana, coconut milk, and ice.

Check out the full recipe over at Gimme Some Oven.

2. Dragon Fruit Pitaya Smoothie

Feeling a bit more adventurous? Try this intriguing concoction. Combine dragon fruit puree, milk, avocado, and chia seeds.

Check out this recipe over at Ciao Florentina.

3. “Mangolicious” Mango-Pear Smoothie

Oh, hello there, gorgeous! These silky-smooth fruit smoothie combines sweet mangoes, ripe pears, and bananas.

Check out the full recipe over at Chef de Home.

4. Green Machine Smoothie


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Mmm, minty fresh! This smoothie recipe requires:

  • 1 mango
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 handful mint leaves
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1 handful baby spinach
  • 2 cups coconut milk
  • 2 to 3 ice cubes

5. Turmeric Smoothie


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This smoothie is packed with so many good, healthy things! This turmeric smoothie calls for:

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tbsps. rolled oats, soaked overnight
  • 2 tbsps. ground tiger nut (or use cashews or almonds)
  • 1 tbsp. coconut flakes
  • 2 tsps. golden flaxseeds
  • 1 orange
  • 1 banana
  • 1 piece organic lemon with the rind
  • 1/2 tsp. turmeric
  • Pinch of black pepper

6. Green Monster Smoothie

Most people are turned off by vividly green smoothies. But these healthy drinks can also be quite delicious! Blend up orange, frozen banana, strawberries, spinach, Greek yogurt, and a splash of almond milk, and you won’t even taste the greens!

Check out the full recipe over at Two Peas and Their Pod.

7. Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie

Combine almond milk, the peanut butter of your choice, bananas, ice, and vanilla extract for this delish drink.

Check out the full recipe at It All Started With Paint.

8. Blueberry Spinach Smoothie

Having a healthy smoothie doesn’t need to take time out of your busy day. This blueberry, spinach, Greek yogurt, and honey combo is also quick and easy!

Check out the full recipe over at Adventures of Mel.

9. Peach and Spinach Fruity Green Smoothie

This smoothie is jam-packed with good-for-you antioxidants and other health benefits. Combine blueberries, almond butter, Greek yogurt, bananas, peaches, spinach, and water.

Check out the full recipe over at All Nutribullet Recipes.

10. Berry Spinach Smoothie

You can never use chia seeds too often! This make-ahead smoothie calls for almond milk, protein powder (brand of your choice), chia seeds, frozen berries, and spinach.

Check out the full recipe over at Baked Bree.

11. Banana Bread Smoothie

Have you ever wanted a favorite dessert in smoothie form? Give this combo of almond milk, banana, walnut, rolled oats, vanilla extract, and cinnamon a shot.

Check out the full recipe over at Taste Love and Nourish.

12. Beet Smoothie

Much like green smoothies, beet- or other root-based smoothies aren’t necessarily the most palatable options. But beets are very good for you, and the taste can be made subtle by combining them with other ingredients — in this case, the milk of your choice, frozen blueberries or mixed berries, frozen pineapple, and Greek yogurt.

Check out the full recipe over at Well Plated.

13. Creamy Fig and Cinnamon Smoothie

Here’s another unexpected but delicious smoothie flavor combo: fig and cinnamon! This recipe is also dairy-free, for the lactose intolerant among us.

Check out the full recipe over at The Inspired Home.

14. Pineapple and Strawberry Breakfast Smoothies

A perfect smoothie for summer: a pineapple smoothie layered with a strawberry smoothie!

Check out the recipes over at Simply Delicious Food.

15. DIY Freezer Smoothie Packs

The great thing about smoothies is that it’s easy to whip up a few bags of ingredients in advance and freeze them. This option needs only yogurt, frozen fruit, frozen avocado, milk, and bananas.

Check out the full recipe over at The Suburban Soapbox.

16. Blueberry Smoothie

This basic blueberry smoothie combines blueberries, frozen banana, almond milk, vanilla yogurt, flaxseed meal, and honey.

Check out the full recipe over at In My Own Style.

17. Sunflower Sprout Smoothie

Spinach isn’t the only kind of green that tastes great in a smoothie. This option calls for a banana, green apple, sunflower sprouts, baby spinach, and a lemon.

Check out the full recipe at Alia Dalal’s blog.

18. Classic Strawberry Smoothie

Sometimes, you’re just in the mood for a classic. This smoothie needs frozen strawberries, banana, Greek yogurt, and orange juice.

Check out the full recipe over at Fit Foodie Finds.

19. Strawberry Chocolate Mint Smoothie

Another unbeatable flavor combination: chocolate and strawberries!

Check out the full recipe over at A Spicy Perspective.

20. Pineapple Spinach Green Smoothie

Healthy and refreshing! This smoothie combines vanilla Greek yogurt, banana, pineapple, spinach, and apple juice or skim milk.

Check out the full recipe over at Garnish & Glaze.

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