62 Healing AIP Smoothie Recipes [Autoimmune-Friendly, Paleo]
Breakfast is one of the toughest meals on any diet because you want something quick and easy but also delicious and filling to start your day. Luckily smoothies fit that bill perfectly. That’s why we’ve put together this list of 65 AIP smoothie recipes to help you heal your body but also enjoy your food.
If you’re not familiar with the AIP diet, then AIP stands for Paleo Autoimmune Protocol and you can read more about that diet here. So, there are no dairy ingredients, eggs, nuts or seeds, or any nightshades in these recipes.
Quick Note about Vanilla on AIP
One of the gray area ingredients for the AIP diet is vanilla. While vanilla beans are ok for most people, store-bought vanilla extract typically contains alcohol as well as other ingredients. The general advice is that if you’re cooking (i.e. heating) the vanilla extract, then you’ll be burning off most of the alcohol so it shouldn’t be a problem. However, if you’re using vanilla extract in a recipe that isn’t heated, then you should use alcohol-free vanilla extract instead. Since that’s hard to find, we suggest either omitting the vanilla, using a tiny bit of the seeds scrapped from the inside of a vanilla pod or else try this pure vanilla powder.
If you’re concerned about reacting to vanilla in any way, then for these AIP smoothie recipes, you can omit vanilla when it’s called for in the recipe. It will change the flavor though.
Quick Note about Fruits on AIP
While fruits are allowed on the AIP diet, it’s best not to overeat them. Smoothies can be easy to gorge yourself on as they have lots of natural sweetness and honey or maple syrup is often added to them as well. Just be aware of how much fruit you’re consuming each day, and try to limit it.
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65 Healing AIP Smoothie Recipes
This purple beauty only has five ingredients (including the ice) but a delicious taste. Blueberries and mint make a great couple when it comes to flavor. Not only is this smoothie tasty, it is dairy-free and AIP approved.
– That Paleo Couple
Ingredients: cucumber, lemon, avocado, kale, water.
Looking for a great breakfast meal on the fly? Then look no further as this “Easy Morning Green Smoothie” recipe is just the thing. Instead of sugary fruits for breakfast, this nutritious AIP smoothie recipe features greens like kale and great fats from the avocado. And with only five ingredients, it’s super easy to make and even more delicious to drink.
What could be better than peaches? How about peaches and coconut? A simple to make recipe with only four ingredients, you can whip it up anytime of the day for a great healthy snack.
– Eat Drink Paleo
Ingredients: mango, fresh kale, lime juice, kiwi, coconut milk.
Mango is wonderful. Not only is it delicious but it also helps to make smoothies extra creamy. Add in some kale, kiwifruit, and lime juice for a super nutritious as well as super fruity smoothie.
– Cavegirl Cuisine
Ingredients: lettuce, celery, pineapple, orange, grapefruit, water.
Salad in a cup, you can take it on the go. Since everyone is always in a hurry, now you can get your nutrients and minerals on the go in this sunrise AIP smoothie without having to use a fork.
Pineapple and honey are two of the best ingredients for a smoothie. Add some coconut milk and coconut water with a touch of vanilla and you have a delicious beverage for those hot summer days. It’s also great as a simple AIP dessert!
– Primally Inspired
Ingredients: watermelon, coconut water, limes, mint leaves, sea salt.
What could be better on a hot summer afternoon than watermelon? How about watermelon in a glass with cool, refreshing mint, limes and a pinch of sea salt. Add some coconut water for a refreshing drink that is Paleo and AIP approved.
Apples, bananas, and carrots make this wonderful fruity orange-colored smoothie. Add in some cinnamon and cloves and you have a carrot cake like flavor. It makes for a yummy and filling breakfast or snack.
– Nadia Lim
Ingredients: orange, lemon, spinach, turmeric, ginger, mint leaves.
This smoothie makes a great beverage for any day at any time. Balanced with fruits and vegetables, it’s delicious and super healthy all in one glass.
– Delicious Obsessions
Ingredients: avocado, coconut milk, coconut water, handful greens (spinach, lettuce, chard, etc.), parsley, gelatin, ice.
This green smoothie is not only loaded with avocado, you can also pick and choose which greens to put with it based on your own preference. Add in some gelatin for extra gut-healing power and you have a great AIP drink.
– A Squirrel in the Kitchen
Ingredients: green apple, cucumber, lime juice, lemon juice, ginger, kale, coconut water, unflavored gelatin powder (optional).
Refreshing cucumber with lime and apple makes a beautifully refreshing midsummer beverage. Add in some kale, ginger and gelatin for extra nutrition and flavor.
Fruity with a hint of vegetables, this delicious green smoothie uses papaya and pineapple with greens to make a healthy beverage. Good for breakfast, lunch or a healthy snack, its simple ingredients make it easy to make this AIP smoothie in a snap.
– Stupid Easy Paleo
Ingredients: cantaloupe, ice, coconut milk, mint, sparkling water, honey (optional).
Nothing is more refreshing than mint with melon, especially during those hot summer months. This super easy to make and very delicious to drink smoothie will have you setting back and enjoying the summer instead of sweating it out.
– Where The Wild Rose Grows
Ingredients: banana, blueberries, water kefir.
Only three ingredients are needed to make this super yummy and highly nutritious beverage. Loaded with too many health benefits to list, this smoothie makes a great daily drink.
This tropical smoothie helps aid digestion and has a wonderful flavor. Tasty and easy with bananas, oranges, papaya and blueberries with a little coconut yogurt.
– Everyday Maven
Ingredients: coconut milk, water, pure vanilla powder, salt, sweet cherries, ice cubes.
Cherry vanilla has become a hot new trend in flavors, and this smoothie is no exception. Add in some coconut milk and you have a beverage that makes a great autoimmune-friendly breakfast or dessert.
– Health Starts in the Kitchen
Ingredients: banana, avocado, ice, coconut milk, baby spinach, vanilla extract, peppermint essential oil.
Only three super healthy and super delicious ingredients make this wonderfully tasty drink. The beauty of greens shows through well, making this a great breakfast or lunch beverage.
Looking for an alternative to the Shamrock shakes sold at fast food places? Not only does this beverage taste like those, but it is much healthier for you. With avocado, spinach, banana and peppermint oil, this shake with leave your taste buds tingling with flavor.
– Confession of an Overworked Mom
Ingredients: banana, coconut milk, strawberries, fresh spinach.
Bananas, spinach, and strawberries are used in this green smoothie and coconut milk helps everything blend well. With a wonderful taste, it’s jam-packed with nutrients and minerals for a healthy boost to your day.
– Confession of an Overworked Mom
Ingredients: mango, strawberries, pineapple, orange/pineapple or mango juice.
Tropical delight should be the name of this smoothie as it has mangoes, strawberries, pineapples and some juice in it. It’s a bit high in sugar with so much fruits so try not drink too much of this on AIP or any other diet.
– Wholesome Cook
Ingredients: green apple, kiwi fruit, lime, kale leaf, avocado, water.
Although this beverage can be a juice or smoothie, we recommend you keep all the fiber in the drink and make it into a delicious AIP smoothie. Super tasty and super nutritious, drink this for breakfast, lunch or as a pick-me-up any time of the day.
– The Fitchen
Ingredients: kiwis, kale leaves, coconut water, ice.
Kiwi is of course delicious on its own, but add in some kale and coconut water and you have a super tasty beverage that is sure to delight. This smoothie is great anytime of the day, but it’s especially great in the middle of a hot summer day.
– Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Ingredients: papaya, banana, lemon juice, ginger, raw honey.
For a relaxing and delicious beverage, try this papaya and ginger with honey and lemon smoothie. Soothing and refreshing, it offers a load of health benefits.
Strawberry and banana have always been a go-to flavor, especially for those who are picky on the flavoring. This super yummy drink is full of nutrients and flavor and sure to please anyone.
– Frisky Lemon
Ingredients: coconut milk, wild blueberries, banana, coconut butter, raw spinach, cinnamon.
While this smoothie may be a bit more purple than blue, it is still super delicious. Blueberries, spinach and cinnamon give it a wonderfully spiced flavor while the banana in this AIP smoothie recipe makes it smooth and creamy.
– Frisky Lemon
Ingredients: spinach, blackberries, raspberries, banana, unsweetened coconut milk.
This double berry smoothie is a delicious way to use up the overload of blackberries and raspberries the summer brings. With coconut milk and loads of spinach goodness, it is a summer delight.
Mint is always a refreshing flavor to have. Add it with bananas, spinach and some peppermint extract and you have a smoothie that will cool you down this summer and leave your mouth wanting more.
A tropical smoothie with a flavor kick, this beverage adds in ginger to spice it up. Carrot, mango, pineapple and banana with fresh ginger, coconut milk and coconut water all mixed together to create this wonderful drink.
– Life as a Plate
Ingredients: ice, baby spinach, apple, coconut milk, honey, cinnamon, vanilla.
As close to real apple pie as a green smoothie can be, this wonderfully delicious drink makes a great pick-me-up anytime of the day but is also excellent as a drinkable AIP dessert.
– Jen Haugen
Ingredients: clementines, banana, yogurt, strawberries.
Strawberries and clementines make this a tasty beverage. Add in a banana for creaminess and you have a drink to quench that craving for sweets. Use coconut yogurt instead of the suggested regular yogurt for an even creamier AIP smoothie.
– Gluten Free Cat
Ingredients: spinach, pears, celery, cucumber.
Four simple ingredients make this copycat pear juice beverage. Tastes like pure pear juice but with loads of minerals and vitamins for a healthy smoothie that is sure to please even those with picky taste buds.
– Healthy Body Equals Healthy Mind
Ingredients: mangoes, strawberries, apple juice, bananas, ice.
While this smoothie is a bit high in sugar due to all the fruits and juice in this, a small amount an be good as a dessert or as a way of helping you ease off processed sugary treats.
Cilantro is a refreshing herb with a citrusy as well as grassy flavor. Add it with mangoes, guavas, lime and pineapple juices and honey and you have a delicious and refreshing smoothie. Great anytime of the day but best in the summer time when you’re more likely to find all the ripe fruits.
– Oh Snap Let’s Eat
Ingredients: apple, banana, coconut milk, ice (optional).
Nothing beats some apple and bananas in the summer heat except this delicious smoothie. Add in some coconut milk and ice to make a cool treat that is not only tasty but also filling.
More of a juice than a smoothie, this delicious beverage has a boost of protein for a kick of energy. Carrot, orange, pineapple and lemon juices mixed with beef bone broth and turmeric make a super tasty drink you’ll never forget.
– Kristine Rudolph
Ingredients: oranges, banana, coconut milk.
Three simple ingredients make this yummy AIP smoothie: oranges, banana and coconut milk. It makes a delicious breakfast for those lazy weekends when you just don’t feel like cooking.
– Oh Snap Let’s Eat
Ingredients: avocado, banana, coconut milk, honey (optional), ice (optional).
Nutrient packed avocado mixed with banana and honey make this smoothie ultra-refreshing and super yummy. Great for breakfast or just as a snack, it will leave you feeling full without overdoing it.
– Simple Roots Wellness
Ingredients: cauliflower florets, banana, strawberries, blueberries, mct oil (optional), whole avocado, green tea or coconut water.
Berries and cauliflower mixed with banana and avocado make this delicious and nutrient dense smoothie. Use green tea if you want a bit of caffeine or use coconut water for extra sweetness.
Sweet and yummy, this is another vanilla and cherry smoothie. Add in some sparkling mineral water and maple syrup and you have a drink to beat all drinks.
– The Primal Desire
Ingredients: coconut milk, pear, avocado, cinnamon, balsamic vinegar.
Balsamic vinegar and pears create a wonderful taste in this AIP smoothie recipe, but with avocado and cinnamon, it makes a super healthy smoothie that will leave your taste buds crying for more.
– Strands of my Life
Ingredients: banana, strawberries, milk of choice, maple syrup (optional).
Strawberries and banana with maple syrup make this delicious smoothie a summer delight. Use coconut milk and it is dairy-free on top of yummy.
– Get Inspired Everyday
Ingredients: pineapple, oranges, coconut milk.
This citrusy beverage uses pineapples and oranges to make a super tasty smoothie, Caribbean style. Super delicious and ultra-refreshing, this is a great recipe to have on hand during the hot summer months.
This wonderful peach smoothie is a satisfying and refreshing beverage. It makes a great snack or as a dessert.
– Veggie Staples
Ingredients: pineapple, basil, spinach, non-dairy milk, water, ice (optional).
Pineapple and spinach may be the main staples in this delicious smoothie but basil is what gives it flavor.
– Kitchen Konfidence
Ingredients: green tea bag, ginger, water, baby spinach, fresh mint, pineapple, pear, kosher salt, ice, honey, lemon juice.
Everyone knows green tea is loaded with good stuff. So, mix it with spinach, mint, pineapple and pear for a healthier beverage that tastes great and is super refreshing and energizing.
– Bravo For Paleo
Ingredients: avocado, banana, spinach, water.
You don’t have to be an avocado lover to enjoy the flavors and health benefits of this smoothie. Add in banana and spinach for thick and creamy green beverage.
This berry smoothie is full of great fats and also gelatin for an energy boosting beverage. Loaded with avocado, honey, and mixed berries, it is sure to be a treat all year around that pleases everyone.
– The Fit Cookie
Ingredients: banana, mango, pineapple.
It doesn’t get any simpler than using only banana, mango and pineapple blended together to make a tropical smoothie. With nothing but delicious fruits, you get a great tasting beverage without all of the fuss of needing extra ingredients.
– Naked Avocado
Ingredients: grapefruit, orange, banana.
This is another simple fruit smoothie using common breakfast fruits. You’ll get lots of citrus flavors as well as the creaminess from the banana.
– Mindful Mama
Ingredients: coconut milk, spinach, pineapple, mango, banana, vanilla extract, other liquid of choice, ice cubes, honey.
This is the best tropical green smoothie ever. Pineapple, mango, banana and spinach with a touch of honey and vanilla extract make this fruity beverage delicious and super healthy.
Cantaloupe mixed with peaches and banana make this drink a summer delight. Use coconut milk and ice for a completely dairy-free, gluten-free, and AIP approved beverage that will leave you feeling full for longer.
– Cuddles and Chaos
Ingredients: coconut milk, pineapple, spinach, ice, shredded coconut (optional).
This wonderful green smoothie uses the sweetness of pineapples with the health benefits of spinach to make a summer treat that is sure to please. Add in some shredded coconut for an extra flavor kick.
– Grazed & Enthused
Ingredients: peach, strawberries, coconut milk, collagen (optional).
Strawberries and peaches are a couple of the summer fruits that overburden us during those hot months. Instead of making a pie, make this super yummy smoothie for an easy cool treat.
With your choice of greens, this avocado and banana smoothie recipe will never get boring. Change out which greens you use to alter the flavor a tad (and to suit what’s available in your area) and you have a great breakfast or snack anytime of the day.
– The Endless Meal
Ingredients: beets, blueberries, coconut milk, water.
While raw beets are not typical for smoothies, this one works well with the blueberries to create a dark red color. The coconut milk then gives it a creaminess to round out the flavor and texture.
– The Coconut Mama
Ingredients: banana, blueberries, strawberries, spinach or collard greens, coconut milk.
Berries make any smoothie taste better, but greens such as spinach or collard greens make it healthy on top of tasty. With banana to make it creamy, this beverage is the one to replace all others.
This is a twist on the traditional strawberry banana smoothie (or milkshake). Add mint to strawberries and banana with a touch of honey for a delicious and super nutritious smoothie that will make you rethink breakfast. Great as a treat anytime or as a simple lunch too.
– Kitchen Kemistry
Ingredients: blueberries, apple, coconut water, mint leaves.
Mix blueberries with apples and mint for a super refreshing beverage that will not only help you beat the heat but is super delicious and healthy all in one.
With nothing but strawberries, banana and vanilla extract, this creamy smoothie is super delicious.
– Running to the Kitchen
Ingredients: coconut milk, mint, honey, ginger, lime, kefir, ice.
The lime and mint really make this refreshing delicious smoothie. Add a bit of honey and ginger to add a bit of extra zing to your drink.
‘Tis the summer for mangoes. Add in strawberries and kale for a delicious smoothie chock full of nutrients that has a tasty flavor. Maple syrup to sweeten and you have a wonderful summery beverage.
– Grass Fed Girl
Ingredients: coconut milk (full fat), strawberries, ice cubes, gelatin, honey.
For a delicious and super healthy smoothie, try this AIP smoothie recipe with gut healing properties from the gelatin. Full fat coconut milk with strawberries and honey make smoothie super tasty as well.
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