3 Delicious Belly-Fat Burning Smoothies

Sick of doing all those crunches in an attempt to burn off all that belly fat? Try your hands at these awesome belly-fat burning smoothies. They are loaded with ingredients that fight the build up excess fat and decrease bloating.

Kale smoothie with Blueberry & Pineapple


  • 3 ounces of vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup frozen pineapple
  • 1 cup kale
  • 3/4 cup water

The Greek yogurt is rich in protein and provides you with the boost of energy that you need. Dairy products like Greek Yogurt enhances metabolism and promote weight loss. Greek Yogurt is also high in calcium which has been known to reduce the risks of obesity/overweight with regular consumption.

Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants that not only rid the body of toxins but are also known to reduce belly fat.

The pineapple in the smoothie provides you with the burst of freshness you need in the morning and it also contains enzymes that prevent bloating.

You won’t realize it as you drink it but there’s a cup of kale in the smoothie as well. You don’t need to worry about the taste, as the blueberries and pineapple will cover it up. Kale is filled with fiber that also prevents bloating and constipation. You can rest assured that all poisons and toxins in your body will be out after a few days of drinking this delicious smoothie.

Mango Smoothie Surprise


  • ¼ cup mango cubes
  • ¼ cup mashed ripe avocado (MUFA)
  • ½ cup mango juice
  • ¼ cup fat-free vanilla yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar
  • 6 ice cubes

Other than being delicious, mangos are completely fat-free. What makes them so good for your weight-loss journey is that they actually have lots of calories which will provide you with energy but they don’t have any fat all. Even if you have 3 mangoes per day, you’ll be consuming around 400 calories but it will have zero impact on your weight.

People who are dieting tend to avoid avocados because of its high quantity of fat. Avocados are rich in monounsaturated and oleic fatty acids which can actually spot-reduce belly fat and decrease the risk of metabolic syndrome, making your waist slim and sexy.

Peanut Butter and Banana


  • ½ cup fat-free milk
  • ½ cup fat-free plain yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp. creamy natural unsalted peanut butter
  • ¼ very ripe banana
  • 1 Tbsp. honey
  • 4 ice cubes

Peanut butter consists of mono-unsaturated fats which has been linked to weight loss and the prevention of heart disease but bear in mind that you need to consume peanut butter in moderation if you’re trying to lose weight.

Bananas are one of those fruits that can be used to put on weight and to lose weight. What matters is how much you are consuming and how much exercising you are doing as well. If you are on a strict diet and partaking in physical activity regularly, you should be able to lose weight while having bananas. If you are watching your daily calorie consumption then you have to include the calories from your banana in your in daily calorie intake. They also have fiber and resistant starch which promote weight loss.

If you’re looking for quick meal replacements to support your weight-loss journey, give these smoothies a go!

32 comments on “3 Delicious Belly-Fat Burning Smoothies”

  1. Ali Rost says:

    We’re huge smoothie fans at our house. Can’t wait to try your peanut butter and banana after my hot yoga class in the morning!

  2. sara says:

    The mango sounds delicious. I’m not so sure about adding kale to the blueberry and Pineapple one.

  3. These all sound so delicious! There are a lot of foods to help burn fat, and I need to start focusing on my diet rather than just my exercises. This might help get those last few pounds off.

  4. I’m going to rebel from my slimming class and try your peanut butter and banana smoothie because it sounds delicious. We’re constantly told to avoid PB – yet when I was training for rugby, we were encouraged! Confusing, huh?

  5. Elizabeth O. says:

    I love smoothies, they’re absolutely amazing and I sure don’t mind making them every morning. These recipes are a must try!

  6. These are awesome and I’d love to give them a try. Smoothies are my go to when I can’t prepare a full breakfast in the morning.

  7. Natalie says:

    I love smoothies, especially in the summertime. Very refreshing when adding frozen fruit to them!

  8. Lynn says:

    These sound yummy and super easy!! They’d be great to throw together before heading out the door to drop the kids off and head to work.

  9. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    These smoothies look so good. Whether they be belly fat burning or not, I am still going to make them. Thanks for the recipes.

  10. My Teen Guide says:

    Thanks for these smoothie recipes! They are all delicious and I am sure my family will enjoy these.

  11. Zyana Morris says:

    Thanks all for the words and appreciation! 🙂

  12. Ashley Grant says:

    These smoothies sound like they would taste so good. Any time I fix one with greens in it though I have to put it in a non-transparent glass so my family can’t see the greens are in there. LOL. It’s like they instantly assume it will taste bad if they know they’re in there. hahaha

  13. I’m not a huge fan of smoothies but the mango smoothie surprise sounds yummy. My children loves a good smoothie so I’ll try to make these for them.

  14. Tiara Wilson says:

    I love to have smoothies in the morning instead of breakfast. I am going to have to give these 3 smoothies a try. They sound so yummy.

  15. Erin says:

    We love, love, love smoothies in my house. And, as a mom, I love that I can sneak in fiber and other things in there!

  16. Leah says:

    We love finding new smoothie recipes so thank you for this post! The mango one sounds lush!officertravels.wixsite.com/officer-travels

  17. I’d love to try the mango surprise one. We have a mango tree in our yard and they’re growing in. Perfect timing!

  18. Cindy Gordon says:

    These all sound amazing. I was needing an idea or two for my diet coming up so thank you!

  19. Rosey says:

    I love that they are all so different from one another. The peanut butter one sounds very interesting!

  20. I think I would choose the blueberry and pineapple smoothie. Never tried that but I guess it would taste really good.

  21. momshouotout says:

    all sounds deli but I want to try that peanut butter one

  22. Wildish Jess says:

    That first one sounds amazing! I don’t do kale. Would spinach work?

  23. Lindsay says:

    More to feed my obsession!!! I love smoothies and find them helpful for my morning breakfast

  24. I am so trying this! After having kids my belly it’s not the same, I hope it works 🙂

  25. Dana says:

    Yum! I am a big fan of getting my veggies through smoothies, so I especially like the first one. I think I could substitute spinach for the kale, right?

    1. April Noelle says:

      Sure. Why not? I need to drink them more often for sure.

  26. Emma says:

    I love finding new smoothie recipes. I always bulk mine up with greek yogurt and almond milk to make them more filling!

  27. These all sound so amazing! My tummy is my problem area, and I really need to give these a try. These sound so yummy, and it is great that they help burn fat!

  28. oh the pineapple and blueberry sounds delicious! We love smoothies! Yummy! A

  29. Pinning so that I can try these later. Peanut butter one sounds yummy!

  30. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    These are great tasting smoothies. Honestly, there are smoothie recipes that look good on paper but tastes like ground up grass when you drink it. Your recipes are different! They are delicious!

  31. Our Family World says:

    These smoothie recipes sound so good I could not decide which one to try first. I am torn between the Mango Surprise and the Peanut Butter and Banana.I’ll try them both in the same day.

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