Our all-time favorite recipes for liquid lunches, post-workout snacks, and morning meals on-the-go
Raspberry Walnut Smoothie
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The walnuts in this divine vegan shake provide heart-healthy fats and about 4.5 grams of protein, as well as potassium and magnesium, essential electrolytes for muscle function.
Orange Apple Pineapple Ginger Juice
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Shape fitness editor-at-large Jay Cardiello gives Jamba Juice drink props for its huge dose of vitamin C (240 percent of your daily value), which protects cells by neutralizing free radicals. You'll also feel ready for your next workout faster thanks to the ginger, which speeds up exercise recovery and may even reduce muscle soreness.
Related: Jamba Juice is giving away a million smoothies and juices. Get the details here!
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Monster Smoothie
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Treat yourself to this dreamy chocolately shake that's so delicious you'll forget you blended a batch of fruits and veggies (including spinach, banana, and pear) in there too.
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Green Apple Juice
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Reset your cravings with this super-simple juice recipe from Shape's new weight loss plan, The Bikini Body Diet. The celery and kale are paired with lemon and apple for the perfect amount of natural sweetness.
Slimming Pumpkin Shake
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Savor the flavors of pumpkin pie anytime of year in this creamy yet slimming smoothie. The pea protein means you'll stay satisfied much longer than if you had dessert—and for less than 200 calories.
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Pear, Berry, and Baby Swiss Chard Smoothie
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If you're not a fan of bananas or avocado, pears can make for surprisingly thick smoothies, and chia seeds (which become gelatinous in liquid) make the texture of this sweet drink even more satiating.
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Clean Green Breakfast Blend
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Whether it’s a weekend away or a season-long splurge, sometimes you just need to hit the reset button. This drink is chockfull of clean, green superfoods like spirulina and spinach to help refresh and restore your body after a binge.
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Eye-Opener Vanilla Smoothie
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Feel energized sans caffeine with this invigorating drink that clocks in at only 191 calories. The whey protein in this soymilk-based smoothie revs your metabolism, while the nutmeg acts as a brain booster to raise mood and lower anxiety.
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Papaya Ginger Juice
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Having stomach issues? Try this juice made with papaya, which contains papain, an enzyme that help the body digest proteins; ginger, which relaxes the intestinal tract and reduces gas; and cabbage, a natural cleanser that improves digestion.
Caramel Apple Pie Protein Shake
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Mix up your breakfast routine with this incredibly creamy smoothie that tastes like dessert yet is actually packed with protein. Fat-free cottage cheese and vanilla protein powder pair with the autumnal flavors of apples, caramel, and cinnamon for a tasty twist on your standard shake.