These healthy breakfast shakes and smoothies are paleo, easy to make, and completely delicious. When it comes to a breakfast or a meal-replacement smoothie, you want to know you’re loading it with as many nutritious ingredients as possible. These recipes bring you the best, most wholesome paleo ingredients, while also providing a creative boost to your weight loss routine. A creamy, naturally-sweetened paleo smoothie in the morning will keep you full till lunchtime without compromising your paleo diet. Add these recipes to your weekly rotation, and you’ll never get bored.
All the smoothies and shakes on this list are paleo, but that shouldn’t discourage any non-paleo dieters from trying them. Think of them as super-powered versions of a healthy breakfast that won’t spike your sugar levels and leave you with hunger pangs before lunch. These 10 paleo shake and smoothie recipes are guaranteed to boost your morning meal in no time, while keeping you powered throughout the day.
Green juice is often a healthy breakfast of choice, but what if you could have all the nutritious power of a green juice in a smoothie that will keep you full for much longer than a traditional juice? If you’re going to try just one paleo breakfast smoothie on this list, this one is the gold standard.
Get our recipe for a Creamy Paleo Green Smoothie.
This seasonal pumpkin pie-flavored smoothie is both paleo and vegan, and you’ll definitely want to make it in the fall, when pumpkin is king and our senses are primed for holiday aromas. Add a dollop of coconut yogurt on top for a full-on pie experience. It tastes decadent, but we promise it’s healthy, too!
Get our recipe for a Paleo and Vegan Pumpkin Pie Smoothie.
There’s truly nothing more powerful than the combination of antioxidants you get from berries and the rich creamy fat from avocado that will power you through to lunch. Adjust this berrylicious recipe with whatever tiny fruits are in season—they all have a nutritional star power of their own.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Avocado Berry Smoothie.
For a sip that combines your morning caffeine fix with the nutrition of a healthy breakfast, look no further than this paleo coffee-spiked protein shake. It’s frothy, chilled, and a tad sweet—and it might just become your new favorite way to get energized for the day, especially if you’re not a big breakfast person.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Ice Coffee Protein Shake.
Need an on-the-go meal to replace breakfast, lunch, or even dinner? This recipe has it all—healthy fats, lots of protein, and a healthy dose of fruits and veggies.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Meal Replacement Shake.
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This is the healthiest version of the chocolate milkshake we could come up with. It’s naturally sweetened with dates, flavored with cocoa, and creamy from tahini. Dare we say it tastes better than the real thing? We’ll let you decide.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Tahini Chocolate Shake.
Looking for a smoothie that tastes like dessert? This smoothie combines strawberries roasted in a bit of coconut sugar with whipped coconut cream. Yes, this is heaven in smoothie form. It’s so good, it’ll remind you of dessert!
Get our recipe for a Paleo Strawberries and Cream Smoothie.
You’ll want to avoid dairy and grains on the paleo diet, but that doesn’t mean you need to give up the classic yogurt and granola breakfast. Made with grain-free granola and a dairy-free yogurt, this smoothie recipe is sure to please the parfait purists.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Yogurt and Granola Smoothie.
Isn’t this smoothie beautiful? Break your usually fruity smoothie routine by making this double-layer, double-flavor recipe that involves vibrant ingredients and a bit of a swirl. This one is just waiting to be posted on your Instagram.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Two-Layer Fruit Smoothie.
Start your day off like a party and treat yourself to an umbrella-adorned coconut-pineapple-flavored paleo breakfast that will transport you to a warm sandy beach.
Get our recipe for a Paleo Piña Colada Smoothie.