Super Tasty Diabetic Smoothie Recipes

We have brought 5 diabetic smoothie recipes for you. You will love these formulas that not only satisfy your sweet cravings but also keep you happy all day.

Enjoy: 5 Diabetic Smoothie Recipes

Get ready to learn formulas that are pleasant to drink and very suitable for diabetics. But it’s good to be reminded:

Consult your doctor before making a major change in what you eat and drink for important health problems such as diabetes.

1. Spinach-Berry Smoothie (1 Serving)

Diabetic smoothie recipes

Spinach-berry smoothie

Spinach is one of the superstar foods when it comes to diabetes (1) We have made this dark green leafy vegetable, which you can consume with a peace of mind, a component of this smoothie. 

Then we add berry, one of the savior fruits(2

And, we get some help from half a banana to sweeten it up a bit. Remember that consuming it in moderation is not risky (3) For this reason, please follow the measurements in the ingredients list.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 119

Net Carb: 15g

Total Fat: 1g

Protein: 12g


Banana (0.4, small)

Blueberries (0.2 cups)

Spinach (0.3 cups, chopped)

Milk/Plain Greek yogurt (0.4 cups, fat-free)

Watch Diabetic Spinach-Berry Smoothie Recipe Video

Recipe – 2min prep time

Roughly chop the banana and spinach.

Then put all the ingredients in the blender.

Blend until you get a smooth consistency.

2. Ashwagandha Smoothie (1 Serving)

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Ashwagandha smoothie

Include Ashwagandha in your smoothie. Because in addition to its ability to fight diabetes, it also can be good for fluid retention(4)

A few teaspoons of Ashwagandha plus veggies. Can you imagine a better smoothie?

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 204

Net Carb: 14g

Total Fat: 15g

Protein: 2g


Extra virgin coconut oil (1 tbsp)

Ashwagandha (1 tsp)

Parsley (0.5 cups, chopped)

Blueberry (0.5 cups)

Almond milk (0.5 cups, unsweetened)

Lemon juice (2 tbsp)

Recipe – 2min prep time

Chop the parsley.

Then put all the remaining ingredients together.

Put them blender and blend until smoothie consistency.

3. Avocado Smoothie (1 Serving)

Avocado smoothie

Forget all the myths about avocado about diabetes. Now, everyone knows that they do not significantly affect blood sugar levels(5)

While its low-carb content makes it an ideal food. You can take avocados with a high fiber content as a natural medicine for your body.

You’ll also see an apple slice in the ingredient list. Don’t let this scare you.

Because no matter what you eat, it will not affect your blood sugar level unless the total carb ratio is above 15g (6)

That’s why let us remind you one thing again: Do not exceed the ratios in the ingredients list.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 134

Net Carb: 10g

Total Fat: 6g

Protein: 7g


Plain Greek yogurt (2 tbsp)

Avocado (0.2, medium)

Milk (0.4 cups, non-fat)

Green apple (0.2, medium)

Mint (10 leaves)

Recipe – 2min prep time

Chop the apple and ripe avocado.

Then put all the ingredients in the blender.

Blend for 30 seconds.

4. Berry-Ginger Smoothie (1 Serving)

Berry-Ginger smoothie

Ginger which can regulate the blood sugar level of your body that helps to reduce diabetes, into play (7) we also add berries and fresh mint to prepare the most refreshing smoothie ever.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 75

Net Carb: 9g

Total Fat: 0g

Protein: 5g


Kefir (0.5 cups, skimmed)

Strawberries (4, medium)

Blueberries (5 berries)

Blackberries (3 berries)

Ginger root (0.5 tbsp, chopped)

Mint (10 leaves)

Recipe – 5min prep time

Thoroughly wash all berries, then dry in a salad spinner.

Cut the fresh ginger, which you have peeled, thinly into small pieces.

Divide the strawberries into four equal parts.

Put the fat-free kefir, chopped strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries in the blender along with the ginger pieces.

Add mint leaves.

Blend all the ingredients briefly in the blender until they are slightly lumpy.

Tip: If you wish, you can dilute the smoothie by adding ice cubes to the blender.

Recommendation: If you do not want to add ice cubes, you can use the ingredients after they have cooled.

5. Cinnamon Smoothie (1 Serving)

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Cinnamon smoothie

Get ready to stop being afraid of cinnamon when it comes to diabetes. That’s because research suggests it improves blood glucose levels (8)

There’s more to this smoothie than cinnamon. Here is the flaxseed. A safe seed that helps diabetics to a certain extent (9)

Then ginger and banana… But within limits. Let’s see, on the ingredient list, learn how much you have to use them.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 110

Net Carb: 14g

Total Fat: 4g

Protein: 3g


Almond milk (0.8 cups)

Banana (1/2 extra-small size)

Plain Greek yogurt (1 tbsp)

Ginger powder (0.2 tsp)

Cinnamon (0.2 tsp)

Flaxseed (0.5 tbsp, ground)

Recipe – 5min prep time

Slice the banana.

Take the almond milk into the blender.

Add the yogurt, banana slices, flaxseed, powdered ginger, and cinnamon to the milk.

After mixing all the ingredients in the blender until they become puree, serve without waiting.

Bottom Line

You have learned 5 different diabetic smoothie recipes that you can prepare in a very short time.

Besides being healthy combinations of fruits and vegetables, they’re also easy to prepare, refreshing and contain just the right amount of sweetness for diabetics. Enjoy!

See Also:

Smoothie Diet

Type 1 Diabetes Food List

2500 Calorie Diabetic Diet Plan

Type 2 Diabetes Diet Plan

Low Sodium Fast Foods

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