7 Delicious Frozen Smoothie Pack Recipes (+ Free Printable with Shopping Lists)

By Polly Conner
January 14, 2021

Learn how to save time and money and eat healthier by prepping Freezer Smoothie Packs ahead of time. Use our 7 different delicious frozen smoothie pack recipes to start filling your freezer today.

7 Delicious Frozen Smoothie Packs (+Printable Recipes & Shopping Lists)

Why Make Frozen Smoothie Packs?

Smoothies are the bomb! I can think of no tastier way to get TONS of fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods into you and your family every single day.

They’ve become the norm in our homes for breakfast, lunch, or snacks since developing these 7 delicious, healthy smoothie recipes AND learning how to make freezer smoothie packs.

We’ve created one smoothie for every day of the week, so you never get tired of the same one and so you include a variety of fruits and vegetables in your diet throughout the week.

7 delicious smoothie recipes

About Our Frozen Smoothie Pack Recipes:

All of our 7 easy, healthy smoothie recipes we are sharing below have a few things in common. Each recipe:

  • Tastes good! Yes, these smoothies are SUPER HEALTHY but we wanted to make sure they didn’t taste like grass from the backyard. Even our kids like them.
  • Includes only simple real food ingredients that you can find in just about any grocery store.
  • Makes a single-serving (approx. 16 ounce) smoothie, which can work as a meal replacement. Or, divide it up among family members.
  • Includes fruits and/or vegetables and a source of protein and healthy fats to keep you full and satisfied.
  • Includes freezer smoothie pack instructions so you can prep several of them ahead of time to have on hand.

Download Our FREE Smoothie Pack Printable!

To make smoothie pack assembling SUPER easy for you, we’ve created a FREE printable.

In this PDF, you’ll get:

1) 7 delicious smoothie recipes

2) Shopping lists for single smoothies

3) Shopping lists for making packs in bulk

4) Four freezer pack labels per recipe

Just pop in your email address below to snag it!

7 Delicious, Healthy Frozen Smoothie Pack Recipes

smoothies in mason jars

Smoothie #1: Chocolate Covered Cherry Smoothie

This easy, healthy Chocolate Covered Cherry Smoothie recipe tastes like a chocolate shake (seriously!) but is chock full of antioxidants and protein thanks to spinach, dark cherries, almond butter, cocoa powder, and more. 

chocolate cherry smoothie in mason jar with straw

Smoothie #2: Green Machine Smoothie

This easy, healthy Green Machine Smoothie is a great way to start the day. Simply blend up your powerhouse ingredients (avocado, mango, kale, chia seeds, and liquid of choice), and you’ll be charged up for a great day.

green smoothie with straw, freezer smoothie pack

Smoothie #3: Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

With sweet blueberries, banana, rolled oats, a few walnuts, and milk, the easy, healthy Blueberry Muffin Smoothie blends to a beautiful shade of purple and makes kids and adults alike happy. After all, who doesn’t love a Blueberry Muffin?! Psst…it’s also packed to the brim with gluten-free, dairy-free nutrition!

freezer smoothie pack, blueberry smoothie in mason jar with straw

Smoothie #4: Strawberry Pina Colada Smoothie

Frozen strawberries, pineapple, and banana combine with coconut milk and almonds to create the most luxurious, healthy smoothie you’ve ever had! This easy Strawberry Piña Colada fruit smoothie has party time written all over it.

strawberry smoothie in mason jar with straw, freezer smoothie pack

Smoothie #5: Orangesicle Smoothie

Sweet potato, clementines, carrots, and bananas create the base of this easy smoothie that’s a healthier version of the orange sherbet push-up pops from childhood. Yum! 

Smoothie #6: Very Berry Smoothie

The Very Berry Smoothie, which includes strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, and some hidden spinach starts your day with a tasty super food punch.

berry smoothie in mason jar with straw, freezer smoothie pack

Smoothie #7: 4-Ingredient Tropical Smoothie

This easy, healthy 4 Ingredient Tropical Green Smoothie recipe tastes like you’re sitting on the beach in the Caribbean. (Yes, that’s a flavor.) Try this dairy-free, gluten-free, low calorie way to pack in some extra Vitamin C, fiber, and protein into your diet.

pineapple, mango, spinach, cashews on cutting board

Wouldn’t it be fun to have your freezer stocked with all these different flavors as freezer smoothie packs?

What Are Frozen Smoothie Packs?

how to make freezer smoothie packs

One of the best parts of these recipes, in our humble opinion, is that you can make them into frozen smoothie packs ahead of time to have on hand for quick breakfasts and snacks. Freezer smoothie packs are simply individual packs of the solid ingredients of your favorite smoothie.

It makes so much sense to use your time and resources wisely by prepping smoothies in bulk. Plus, having these on hand means healthy eating is right at your fingertips anytime!

How to Make Frozen Smoothie Packs

Having a pack of the frozen solid smoothie ingredients on hand means all you have to do is pour the required liquid in your blender, dump in the bag’s ingredients, and blend. You’ll be walking out the door with a tasty, nutritious breakfast in just minutes! Take a look at how easy it is…

Making freezer smoothie packs isn’t rocket science, but we have found some tricks to freezing the components so that they stay fresh and don’t clump together and some fruits don’t turn brown. Just be sure to follow the instructions in our recipes and use our tips below.

Download Our Free Smoothie Pack Printable!

To make smoothie pack assembling SUPER easy for you, we’ve created a FREE printable.

In this PDF, you’ll get:

1) 7 delicious smoothie recipes

2) Shopping lists for single smoothies

3) Shopping lists for making packs in bulk

4) Four freezer pack labels per recipe

Just pop in your email address below to snag it!

What Should I Store Frozen Smoothie Packs In?

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You have several options for storing your freezer smoothie packs in the freezer.

1 – Quart-sized BPA-free freezer bags work quite well, since they are smaller and made for the freezer. Consider saving these bags and restocking them with more freezer smoothie packs.

2 – Sandwich-sized BPA-free storage bags will work if you place them inside a gallon-sized freezer bag. Consider saving these bags and restocking them with more freezer smoothie packs.

3 – We also like these high-quality silicone storage bags. They are the perfect size for smoothie packs but also work well for any food storage. We’ve found that they are easy to clean (even dishwasher safe!), easy to use, and leak-proof. Silicone is one of the safest materials to store and even bake our food in, as it does not leach any chemicals into the food.

4 – We tested using mason jars and found that they can be difficult to get the ingredients out of after being frozen. Plus, they are bulky and take up a lot of room in the freezer. They work in a pinch but aren’t the best option.

What Kind of Blender Should I Use for Freezer Smoothie Packs?

Now, let’s talk blenders for a minute. Not all of them are created equal. I’ve owned a lot of brands over the years–Frigidaire, Cuisinart, Ninja, Vitamix, and Oster. To really pulverize the freezer smoothie packs, you’ll need a high-powered blender. The two blenders that stand out as clear winners from my experience are:

1. The Vitamix (of course!) because it is very high-powered, super simple, and will last for an eon. I saved up for and owned a refurbished version that lasted over five years with daily use. I could have sent it in to Vitamix to get fixed but instead opted for the blender below (and am very happy). Polly and I both just bought new Vitamix’s during a recent sale (eeek!). Very much worth the investment.

2. A more affordable option is the Nutri Ninja Personal and Countertop Blender. The best feature in my opinion is that it allows me to make single serving smoothies that get very smooth. Love the single serving blend-and-go design! If you just want that feature only, consider getting just the Nutri Ninja Pro option, which is much cheaper. The big blender doesn’t pulverize as well as the smaller containers do, just so you know. We use the single-serving blender daily!

We hope these smoothie recipes and freezer smoothie pack instructions help your family eat better and save time and money. We’d love to hear from you: What’s your favorite smoothie flavor??

7 smoothies in mason jars

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21 replies
    • Rachel Tiemeyer says:

      If you pack them well and store them in the coldest part of the fridge, they should still be good for at least 3 months, if not longer. But they will be safe indefinitely as long as they remain frozen, so don’t toss them out if they’ve been in there a long time necessarily. I would store each pack in a small baggie and then stick those smaller bags in a large freezer bag, pushing out as much air as possible. Air is the enemy of good freezer food. I hope that helps!

  1. Amy Capozzo says:

    Hello! I am trying to sign up for the email to print the recipes and shopping lists, but for some reason it is not working. I have tried two emails! Can you please help? These look so good and healthy. I want to try them.

  2. Autumn Morgan says:

    What of the Blendjet single serve blender? Would these work for it? Oh, how would canned coconut milk work the strawberry piña colada shake?

  3. Sami says:

    Excited to try these! Maybe I missed it but do you cook the sweet potato and carrot first for the creamsicle one? I’m not too sure my blender could handle them raw!

    • Rachel Tiemeyer says:

      We use raw sweet potato and carrot. If you do not have a high powered blender, I would recommend cutting them very small or cooking them a little bit in the microwave first. Hope that helps.

  4. Kelsey says:

    Holy Moly! I just hopped on over from Instagram and boy am I excited to try these out. Thanks for all your hard work. I’m anxious to get my preorder of the new book.