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Low Sugar Smoothies are the best way to incorporate fruits and veggies into your diet. Whether you want to have a smoothie for breakfast or as a snack, this healthy drink has amazing benefits including weight loss, increased energy, and incredible health enhancement. Ready in just a few minutes, low sugar smoothies can be a perfect meal replacement, and help you stay full throughout the day without bearing sudden cravings of unhealthy snacks and junk food.

Related: 40 Low Sugar Smoothie Recipes that contain up to 25g sugar

Sugar in Smoothies can be tricky. Even though you may not add any sugar or other sweetener, your smoothie may end up being high sugar due to the fruits it contains. So, it’s best to limit the fruits and sneak in some veggies to your drink.

In the list below you can find 25 Healthy Low Sugar Smoothies that have less than 35 gram of sugar.

Cantaloupe Green Smoothie

(Sugar: 33g) This Cantaloupe Green Smoothie is as delicious as it is nutritious and easy to make. All you need are four simple ingredients and a few minutes to make it. This cantaloupe green smoothie is like a multivitamin in a glass. Check it here.

Creamy Raspberry Smoothie

(Sugar: 32g) This raspberry smoothie is ultra creamy and just the right amount of naturally sweet! This recipe contains absolutely no added sweeteners and is so refreshing and flavorful. Check it here.

Strawberry Blackberry Banana Smoothie

(Sugar: 7g) This Strawberry Blackberry Banana Smoothie is made with a handful of ingredients in under 5 minutes! It’s loaded with nutrients to get your day started off on the right foot! The best part is that it’s made with greek yogurt so it’ll keep you full until lunch time! Check it here.

Mango Smoothie with 3 ingredients

(Sugar: 20.3g) A mango smoothie without sugar that’s ultra-creamy, sweet and dairy-free. A perfect breakfast to start a healthy day, post-workout energizing drink or anytime snack. Check it here.

Berry Beet Smoothie Recipe

(Sugar: 30g) Packed with cleansing antioxidants, vitamins, and energy-boosting superfoods, this vegan berry beet smoothie is one of my favorite ways to start the day! Oh, and it tastes absolutely delicious – fruity and smooth! Check it here.

Tropical Fruit & Charcoal Smoothie

(Sugar: 31g) Believe it or not, this jet-black Charcoal Smoothie is actually bursting with tropical fruit flavor! (And detoxifying benefits!) Check it here.

Watermelon Pineapple Smoothie

(Sugar: 2g) With three simple ingredients, this will be a quick way to hydrate yourselves and also get some vital nutrients. This watermelon pineapple smoothie is a healthy and tasty way to start the day. Check it here.

Colon Cleanse And Liver Detox Smoothie

(Sugar: 13.6g) A natural detox smoothie recipe that provides antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cleansing effects. The ingredients of this smoothie also boost immunity, help with weight loss, regulate high blood pressure and cleanse the colon by keeping you regular. Check it here.

Blueberry Smoothie with Oats

(Sugar: 15g) A healthy, filling breakfast smoothie containing oats. All the fiber and staying power of a bowl of oatmeal, but in an easy, portable, drinkable form. Bonus – there’s greens in there! Check it here.

Tropical Green Smoothie

(Sugar: 22g) This dairy free green smoothie is healthy and super refreshing. It has the flavor of the tropics with pineapple, banana and coconut blended until creamy. Check it here.

Mango Smoothie

(Sugar: 16.5g) Mango Smoothie is always a huge hit with the kids. This delectable recipe comes together with five ingredients in less than five minutes. Check it here.

Vegan Lemon Pomegranate Smoothie

(Sugar: 11g) Start your day off with a boost with this vibrant vegan lemon smoothie! It’s made with a whole lemon, pomegranate arils, frozen blueberries, and sweet frozen mango to perfectly balance the natural tartness. It’s tangy, refreshing, and loaded with antioxidants and vitamins to start your day off right! Check it here.

Banana Pineapple Smoothie

(Sugar: 17g) This Banana Pineapple Smoothie is so fresh and full of tropical flavor. This is a great, green smoothie for beginners. On top of it being a simple smoothie to put together, it also has a mild, sweet fruit flavor. Smoothies are great for a fresh, easy breakfast or a healthy on-the-go snack. Check it here.

Mango, Pineapple, and Spinach Smoothie

(Sugar: 27g) This smooth and creamy green smoothie is one of my favorite healthy breakfasts. It combines two of my favorite tropical fruits: pineapple and mango which makes me feel like I’m having a piña colada for breakfast! Check it here.

Broccoli Smoothie with Carrot & Pineapple

(Sugar: 15g) Get your 5-a-day in one glass with this delicious broccoli smoothie. Filled with lemon, ginger and pineapple flavor you won’t even taste the broccoli. Make it with fresh or frozen broccoli – just use what you have. Check it here.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie with Spinach

(Sugar: 12g) Satisfy your chocolate cravings with this delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie – a healthy breakfast-in-a-glass that’s made in under 5 minutes. Loaded with spinach and avocado this smoothie is made without banana and instead you have the option to sweeten it with dates. Check it here.

Cherry Beet Smoothie

(Sugar: 16g) This Cherry Beet Smoothie recipe is a delicious and beautiful way to jump start your day. The cherries and beets go so well together, and with just a little citrus from the orange juice, they sing! I also managed to throw a whole cupful of greens in here, and you can’t tell a bit. Check it here.

Keto Green Smoothie with Berries

(Sugar: 6g) This refreshing keto friendly green smoothie will give you healthy energy all day long that won’t pick you up and drop you! Inspired by Jamba Juice’s Greens n’ Ginger and tastes a lot like a green smoothie and lemonade combined. Check it here.

Healthy Breakfast Smoothie

(Sugar: 29g) If you need a quick, easy, and healthy breakfast, smoothies are your best choice. You can pack your smoothie with a lot of vitamins, protein, and fibre with your preferable fruit flavours. Here are two healthy breakfast smoothies that are sugar free, super healthy and delicious. Mango smoothie asn strawberry banana smoothie. Check them here.

Pregnancy Smoothie (Spinach + Berries)

(Sugar: 33g) When veggies are hard to come by, you can sneak in all healthy food in at least once a day with my go-to pregnancy smoothie! Check it here.

Ginger Citrus Dragon Fruit Smoothie

(Sugar: 30g) Ginger Citrus Dragon Fruit Smoothie is a deliciously creamy breakfast or tropical snack packed with gut friendly ginger, red dragon fruit (pitaya) fresh citrus fruits and bananas for a tropical sip any time of the day. (dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan and refined sugar-free). Check it here.

Vegan Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

(Sugar: 32g) Green monster pineapple smoothie recipe is the perfect dairy free, leafy green beverage is guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds while aiding weight loss. Great for cleansing the palate or to simply have as a meal replacement if required. Check it here.

Orange Mango Smoothie

(Sugar: 34g) Tantalise your taste buds this summer with this zesty orange mango smoothie. This green monster smoothie containing spinach, flaxseeds, peanut butter, chia seeds and made with cashew milk. Check it here.

3-Ingredients Mango Smoothie

(Sugar: 31g) Learn how to make a Mango Smoothie recipe that tastes like candy using just 3 ingredients and without yogurt, milk, or bananas. Then find out how to also turn this smoothie into amazing popsicles kids will love!! Check it here.

Almond Milk Protein Shake

(Sugar: 17g) This Almond Milk Protein Shake is perfect if you’re on the go in the mornings. Pro tip: peel overripe bananas, chop then freeze them in a container, ready for quick access. Check it here.

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Which one of the above delicious Low Sugar Smoothies is your favorite?

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  1. Yum! I can’t wait to try some of these. My kids are loving smoothies at the moment and my son loves everything green so I’ll give those ones a go.

  2. These all look so yummy! Since I make smoothies almost every day, I’m always on the look out for new and interesting recipes. Pinning this post to refer back to! Thanks!

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