by Adam Ried
Feel free to skip the optional sugar in this recipe, as fresh watermelon will be quite sweet on its own. A variation involves replacing one of the four cups of watermelon with seeded cucumber.
Per serving: 65 calories, 0g saturated fat, 17g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 1g protein, 74mg sodium
by Liz Weiss and Janice Newell Bissex
This three-ingredient smoothie is as quick a breakfast as you could ask for. Frozen mango chunks, juice and low-fat vanilla yogurt combine to make a low-cal and vitamin-laden treat.
Per serving: 150 calories, 0g saturated fat, 33g carbohydrates, 2g fiber, 4g protein, 65mg sodium
by Karen Graham
Tofus that comes in sweet flavors like peach or berry (which can be hard to find) form the basis of this protein-heavy smoothie, along with nonfat yogurt, skim milk and a peach or banana.
Per serving: 108 calories, 0g saturated fat, 18g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 6g protein, 78mg sodium
by Sharon Tyler Herbst
Tomatoes in a smoothie? Absolutely. This tart and savory version includes tomato juice, chopped herbs, tofu and buttermilk.
Per serving: 186 calories, 1g saturated fat, 23g carbohydrates, 3g fiber, 15g protein, 489mg sodium
10. Almond Milk
by Karen Solomon
While not exactly a smoothie, we thought we'd include this fresh almond milk recipe anyway: It's just so delicious. You can sweeten it with agave, dates, maple syrup or barley malt.
Per serving: 94 calories, 1g saturated fat, 4g carbohydrates, 2g fiber, 3g protein, 0mg sodium
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