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19 Leafy Greens to Use in Smoothies

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Don't know where to begin with green smoothies? Looking to mix up your green smoothie routine? Learn about leafy greens to use in smoothies in this guide. Learn more on BetterMeforLife.comAre you new to green smoothies and don’t know where to begin with which leafy greens to add? Or maybe you’ve been drinking them and are looking to mix your greens up a little.

I started drinking green smoothies a couple of years ago. A few years before that I began drinking fruit-only smoothies to lose weight.  I decided to step up my smoothie game after researching smoothies and health benefits. I’d already been adding protein powder to my smoothies to help boost nutrients and help with weight loss, and adding leafy greens boosts the health benefits even more.

In this post you’ll learn about many leafy greens you can add to your smoothies. We’ll start with the mildest in taste and work our way through bitterness levels. There’s definitely a leafy green for everyone.

If you’re new to green smoothies and a little nervous about how they are going to taste, there are many very mild tasting greens you can use. There’s a good chance you won’t even notice the greens in your smoothie.

If you’ve been drinking green smoothies for a while and want to mix things up a bit, you’ll find some great ideas below. Some of the stronger tasting greens are downright peppery in flavor. That can make for some interesting tasting smoothies!

One of the great things about all of the leafy greens listed below is that they are all very nutritious. That means if you’re perfectly happy sipping green smoothies with mild greens you aren’t missing out on any nutritional benefits that other greens might have. In other words,  the stronger (i.e. bitter) tasting leafy greens do not offer more nutrition than milder tasting greens.

Of course, it’s a good idea to rotate your leafy greens to prevent toxin build-up and to benefit from the differences in nutrition. There’s more about rotating your greens a little further down in this post.

I have to admit I was very surprised by all the different leafy greens that can be used in green smoothies. Some are more commonly used in green smoothies and others may be an acquired taste.

Below, you’ll learn about nineteen different leafy greens to use in smoothies. I’ll take you through their health benefits, what they taste like, and how to use them in smoothies.

Before we get into the leafy green details, let’s start with the basics. You might be wondering why the heck you’d want to put greens in smoothies to begin with?!

What are green smoothies?

Green smoothies are usually green in color and are made from adding leafy green vegetables to a fruit smoothie. I say they are usually green in color because it depends on the type of leafy green being used and the color of the fruit also being used in the smoothie. If the leafy green color is pale and the fruit color is bright or dark, the smoothie may not end up being all that green in color.

As long as you are adding leafy greens to the smoothie, it is considered a “green” smoothie.

There are many smoothies that include vegetables other than leafy greens and they are generally called vegetable smoothies. For example, smoothie recipes may call for carrots, cucumbers, beans (I LOVE beans in smoothies!), beets, or any number of vegetables. Even though the vegetable may be green (cucumbers), the smoothie is not considered a “green” smoothie unless it has leafy greens in it.

Why drink green smoothies?

Most people do not eat enough vegetables every day. Green smoothies are a delicious and easy way to add more vegetables to your diet.

Adding leafy greens to your smoothies will boost its nutrients. In general, leafy greens are packed with vitamin A, vitamin K, and vitamin C. They also have lots of calcium, fiber, and protein.

The fiber and protein in leafy greens will help to fill you up and make you feel full for longer. As an added bonus, this can help with weight loss.

Do green smoothies taste good?

Yes! They are delicious. As you’ll see below, there is a large variety of greens that can be used in smoothies. Some are mild in flavor and others have strong bitter or peppery flavor.

If you’re new to green smoothies, I recommend starting with the mildest greens listed below. They are so mild you may not be able to taste them in your smoothie.

You can also start by adding in fewer leafy greens than the recipe may call for. Most recipes use about 1 cup of greens per smoothie. You can always start with less – like 1/4 cup.

If you need a little help adjusting to green smoothies you can add a little natural sweetener until you are used to them. More about sweeteners below.

A note on sweeteners

Usually, the sweetness of the fruit in your green smoothie will be enough sweetener. If you’re new to green smoothies or using one of the more bitter greens and want to add sweeteners I always recommend using natural sweeteners. Natural sweeteners include raw vanilla powder, raw honey, stevia, or maple syrup.

Why it’s important to rotate greens in smoothies

Even though the nutrition profiles of the leafy greens listed below are similar they are still different. They may have different amounts of the same nutrients or they may have a few completely different nutrients from each other. If you only used one leafy green in all of your smoothies you’d be missing out on the health benefits the other leafy greens have to offer.

Besides, spinach in your smoothie every. single. day. will just get boring after a while. Each leafy green offers its own unique nutrients and flavor.

Another reason to rotate your leafy greens is to avoid the build up of toxins in your body. All leafy greens have a small amount of toxins that are the plant’s defense mechanism. The toxins help prevent the plants from being completely eaten and eradicated out in the wild by animals.

Each plant family has its own toxin, so rotating your greens periodically will help prevent one toxin building up too much in your body.

Do you need to be concerned about toxin build up? If you’re perfectly healthy, no, you probably won’t experience any side effects. An issue could arise if you have a medical condition that the toxins could make worse.

The amount of leafy greens you’ll consume in a smoothie a day really should not cause any issues for most people. It’s still a good idea to rotate them every couple of weeks, though.

When rotating your leafy greens, try to rotate them among different plant families. For example, kale and collards are in the same family so switching kale for spinach would be better.

Here’s a list of plant families and the leafy greens within them:

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Leafy greens to use in smoothies

There are many leafy greens to use in smoothies, as you’ll see below. In case your eyes glaze over from all the information, I’ll give a quick summary here.

The most common greens I’ve seen in smoothie recipes are:

  • Spinach: Very mild flavor (especially baby spinach) that tastes great in any smoothie recipe.
  • Collard greens: Also has a very mild taste that blends well into any smoothie recipe. Remove stems for smoother blending.
  • Kale: Moderately bitter flavor. An acquired taste for most people – but well worth it for the health benefits. Remove stems for smoother blending. Baby kale is milder in flavor and you do not need to remove the stems.

If you’ve been using these greens and are looking for something different you might want to try one of these:

  • Romaine lettuce: Mild flavor that blends well with anything.
  • Beet greens: Mild flavor that blends well with anything. Remove stems for smoother blending.
  • Mixed greens: Moderately bitter – depending on the mix. Usually mixes include kale and arugula which are bitter.
  • Cabbage: Bitterness similar to kale.

For all leafy greens listed above, add 1 cup (packed) to your smoothie. If you’re brand new to green smoothies, or had a bad experience in the past, start with less. Adding 1/4 cup of leafy greens to your smoothies is better than not adding any and should make your smoothie very easy to drink.

It’s better to start with fewer greens and enjoy drinking your smoothie than adding a full cup and having to choke it down. Or throw it out.

I’ve listed many leafy greens to use in smoothies below. I’ve done my best to list them in order of mildest to strongest flavor and grouped herbs together at the end. The ordering is not perfect. I’ve done my best to describe the flavor for each one.

Mild flavor/less bitter

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Spinach

Health Benefits

Spinach is a super star leafy green. It is loaded with vitamin A, vitamin K, manganese, folate, and magnesium – just to name a few. It also has high amounts of calcium, fiber, protein, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and potassium. Spinach is known for its anti-inflammatory properties within the digestive tract.

Taste

Spinach has a mild flavor that blends well with any smoothie flavor combination. Baby spinach is even milder and more tender – you might not even know the spinach is in the smoothie!

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) of spinach to your smoothies. For the mildest taste and smoothest blending, use baby spinach leaves. The mild flavor of spinach (especially baby spinach) goes with every smoothie flavor combination.

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Romaine lettuce leaves

Health Benefits

In the world of lettuce, romaine is king when it comes to nutrients. Romaine lettuce is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A, and folate. It also is a very good source of fiber, manganese, potassium, copper, iron, vitamin B1, and vitamin C.

Taste

Romaine lettuce is crisp and mild tasting. It’s an excellent choice for people new to green smoothies because it will be hard to taste it. Because of its mild flavor, it can be blended into any smoothie.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) romaine lettuce leaves into any smoothie. It will easily blend smooth and you may not even notice the mild flavor. Romaine has a mild flavor and will blend well with any smoothie flavor combination.

You may be able to find baby romaine lettuce in bags in your grocery store. These tender leaves are very convenient for blending into smoothies. Can’t use an entire bag before it starts to go bad? Freeze the remaining romaine in freezer bags until you are ready to blend!

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Swiss chard

Health Benefits

Swiss chard is an extremely healthy, nutrient-packed vegetable. It is very high in vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, magnesium, and potassium. It also has high amounts of fiber and calcium. Swiss chard is known for blood sugar regulation, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, and bone health.

Taste

Swiss chard has an earthy and slightly bitter taste. Most people find it much more palatable than kale. Its flavor is mild and can be compared to spinach, making it a great addition to any smoothie.

How to use in smoothies

Add one cup (packed) swiss chard leaves to your smoothie. Remove the stems of swiss chard for smoother blending. The delicate leaves of this vegetable blend and combine well with any smoothie flavor.

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Beet greens

Health Benefits

Beet greens are loaded with vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, copper, potassium, manganese, vitamin B2, and magnesium. They are also very high in calcium, vitamin E, fiber, and iron.

Taste

Beet greens are very similar to spinach and swiss chard in both taste and texture. This makes them a great addition to any smoothie.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) of beet greens to your smoothie. For smoother blending, remove the stems.

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Collard greens

Health Benefits

Collard greens are a cruciferous vegetable loaded with vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese. They are also very high in fiber, calcium, vitamin B2, and vitamin B6. Collard greens provide many health benefits including antioxidants, anti-inflammatory benefits, cardiovascular support, detox support, and digestive support.

Taste

Collard greens have a flavor that will blend well into any smoothie. They are slightly more bitter than spinach and less bitter than kale. Personally, I love adding collard greens to my smoothies!

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) collard greens to your smoothie. Remove the stems for smoother blending. Depending on how sensitive you are to the flavor, you can use any fruit or stick to stronger flavored fruits such as pineapple, mango, or banana.

This peach and pear smoothie is a great way to try adding collards to your smoothies.

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Bok choy

Health Benefits

Bok choy is a very nutritious leafy green and a great option for when you want to change things up in your smoothie. It’s loaded with vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin K. Bok choy also has high amounts of potassium, folate, calcium, vitamin B6, and manganese. It can help boost your immunity, bone strength, and heart health. Bok choy also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Taste

Bok choy has a bitter flavor that is stronger than spinach and less bitter than kale.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) bok choy leaves to your smoothie. Remove the stems for smoother blending. Although the flavor is stronger than spinach, bok choy will blend well with most fruits.

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Microgreens

Health Benefits

Microgreens are greens in the very early stage of growth. They are at the growth stage after sprouts and before baby greens. Microgreens can be one of any green plant or a combination of plants. These seedlings are high in protein, vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and have few calories.

Taste

Since microgreens are very young greens, they have a better texture and less bitter taste than their more mature versions. This makes them a great addition to any smoothie.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) of any microgreen to your smoothie. They are tender and mild and will blend well with any smoothie flavors. Try using them with pineapple, cacao, banana, berries, mango, apple, pear, or orange.

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Cabbage

Health Benefits

Cabbage is loaded with vitamin K and vitamin C. It also has very high amounts of vitamin B6, manganese, fiber, and potassium. The health benefits of cabbage include antioxidant properties, anti-inflammatory benefits, cardiovascular support, and digestive tract support.

Taste

Cabbage has a slightly sweet flavor mixed with a mild peppery flavor.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup chopped cabbage (red or green are the most common types used in smoothies) to your smoothie. Try blending cabbage with fruits like bananas, blueberries, grapefruit, orange, or sweet berries.

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Moderately bitter/spicy

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Celery

Health Benefits

Celery is packed with vitamin K. It also has very good amounts of molybdenum, folate, potassium, and fiber. Celery is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, digestive tract support, and heart support.

Taste

Depending on the growing conditions, celery flavors can range from mild to peppery, to bitter. Most celery I’ve eaten seems to have a pepper flavor or a very mild bitter flavor that’s somewhere between the bitterness of spinach and kale.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1/4 cup or 1 to 2 celery stalks to your smoothie – especially if you are new to green smoothies. The flavor can easily overpower the other smoothie flavors. If you want more green in your smoothie, combine the celery with other greens such as spinach, collard greens, or boy choy. Try blending celery with fruits like red grapes or pineapple.

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Parsley

Health Benefits

Parsley might not be a green you typically think of putting in smoothies. It will add a distinctive taste, however, and is quite nutritious.Parsley is very high in vitamin K and vitamin C. It is also high in vitamin A, folate and iron. Health benefits include antioxidants, heart health, protection against rheumatoid arthritis, and aids in digestion.

Taste

Parsley has a mildly bitter taste, somewhere between spinach and kale. The stems are fibrous and stringy, so removing them may help your smoothie blend smoother.

How to use in smoothies

Add ½ cup (packed) to 1 cup (packed) of parsley to your smoothie. Remove stems for smoother blending. Since parsley has a mildly bitter taste, it will blend well with most fruits. Try blending it with orange, kiwi, mango, or pineapple.

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Kale

Health benefits

Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables and makes a great addition to any smoothie. It has high amounts of vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, manganese, fiber, calcium, and vitamin B6. It’s also loaded with health benefits including antioxidants, cardiovascular support, and phytonutrients.

Taste

Earthy and fibrous, kale has a somewhat bitter taste that you can learn to love. One tip for easing kale into your smoothies is to start with baby kale which is more tender and less bitter. Another option is to freeze the kale ahead of time which helps to break down the fibers and gives it a slightly sweeter taste.

There are three types of kale typically in the produce section of the grocery store. In order of flavor intensity (from milder to stronger), they are:

  1. Flatter, wider-leafed kale
  2. Lacinato-Type Kale
  3. Curly-Leafed Kale

How to use in smoothies

In most recipes, add 1 cup packed kale leaves. If you’re getting used to the flavor, you can start with less and work your way up to more.

Since kale is very fibrous, it can sometimes be difficult to get it to blend smooth in your smoothie. One option is to freeze the kale ahead of time which helps to break down the fibers and can help to make it taste a little sweeter. Another option for mature kale is to remove the stems before adding it to the blender.

If you want to balance the bitterness of kale in your smoothie, try blending it with sweet fruits like berries or mango. Pineapple also blends well with kale because of its strong flavor.

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Mixed greens

Health Benefits

Mixed greens blends typically come with an assortment of lettuces and other greens, such as romaine lettuce, arugula, spinach, and chard. The health benefits, therefore, will be a combination of the benefits from the individual greens. Leafy greens are generally high in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, calcium, fiber, and iron.

Taste

The combined flavors of the variety of greens in mixed greens will be somewhere between the bitterness of spinach and kale. The flavor greatly depends on the blend of greens in the mix.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) to your smoothie. Mixed greens most likely will not have a strong bitter flavor when blended together, so they will blend well with most fruits. Try blending them with pineapple, mango, banana, peaches, oranges, or strawberries.

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Bitter/Spicy

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Carrot greens

Health Benefits

Yes! You can eat the tops of carrots (greens) and they are very nutritious. They are high in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, and potassium. They can help with bone and muscle health, and boost your immune system.

Taste

Carrot greens have a strong bitter and astringent taste that can finish with a touch of sweetness. The stems are fibrous and stringy.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) of carrot top greens to your smoothie. Remove the stems for smoother blending. Since they are so bitter, try blending them with sweet fruits like banana, mango, or berries.

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Arugula

Health Benefits

Arugula, also sometimes called “rocket”, is an excellent source of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and manganese.

It also has high levels of protein, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, zinc, copper, and vitamin B5. Arugula’s health benefits include immune system support, bone health, and lowering inflammation.

Taste

Arugula has a very strong and bitter flavor. Really, there’s nothing mild about it. Baby arugula is less strong tasting and may be a good place to start if you want to give arugula a try.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) arugula into your smoothie. Try offsetting the strong taste of arugula with other strong flavors in your smoothie such as citrus or beets.

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Watercress

Health Benefits

Watercress is an extremely nutritious leafy vegetable. It has very high amounts of vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, calcium, iron, folate, and beta-carotene. Watercress helps to support eye health, regulate blood sugar, support bone health, and boost your immune system.

Taste

Watercress is in the mustard family of plants and has a strong peppery flavor.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) watercress to your smoothie.

Watercress has a strong flavor that can be tempered with sweet flavors like melon, pear, or walnuts. It also pairs well with stronger fruit flavors such as orange, pineapple, mango, and banana. You could also try making a peppery combination of carrot and tomato.

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Dandelion greens

Health Benefits

Those pesky weeds in your lawn are actually nutrition powerhouses! You can pick them from your lawn (preferably younger, tender leaves) or buy them in the grocery store. Dandelion greens are loaded with vitamin K, and vitamin A. They are also high in vitamin C, fiber, vitamin B6, calcium, iron, potassium, and manganese.

Dandelions help support bone strength and can help regulate blood pressure. They also promote skin, eye, and heart health.

Taste

Dandelion greens are very bitter and peppery in flavor. They younger the leaves, they less bitter they will be – but they will still be bitter.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1 cup (packed) dandelion greens to your smoothie. Try pairing the bitter dandelion flavor with very sweet fruit like bananas, mangos, oranges, or strawberries.

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Herbs

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Cilantro

Health Benefits

Cilantro (also known as coriander) is very high in vitamin K. It is best known for helping to control blood sugar and cholesterol.

Taste

Cilantro has a strong, distinctive taste that you either love or hate. To some people, it tastes like soap (so I’m told) and for everyone else, it’s a spicy herb.

How to use in smoothies

Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup (packed) to your smoothie. Try blending cilantro with flavors such as ginger, cucumber, pineapple, or fig.

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Mint (Spearmint)

Health Benefits

Mint, or spearmint, is packed with antioxidants, phytonutrients, and vitamins. It also has high amounts of potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron. Spearmint is used to help with digestive issues, headaches, fatigue, and stress.

Taste

Spearmint tastes like, well, mint. It’s less pungent than peppermint which is commonly known as the flavor of candy canes. Spearmint is a strong mint flavor like what you get in Andes candies or mint chocolate chip ice cream. It is the most common mint flavor used in cooking.

How to use in smoothies

Add 5 -6 mint leaves to your smoothie. Mint’s distinctive flavor blends well with many smoothie ingredients. Some flavors to try adding to mint are chocolate, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, or strawberry.

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Basil

Health Benefits

Basil is high in vitamin K and has good amounts of manganese, copper, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It has anti-inflammatory benefits, supports heart health, and has some anti-bacterial properties.

Taste

Basil is a strong tasting spice that is used in many cooking recipes. It may be most commonly known as one of the main ingredients of pesto.

How to use in smoothies

Add 5-6 basil leaves to 1/4 cup (packed) into your smoothie. Basil blends well with sweet fruits like pear, strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, or blackberry.

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Make a green smoothie today!

Wow! That was a lot of leafy greens.

Adding leafy greens to your smoothies boosts its nutrition and can help with weight loss. And, with all those options, there’s a leafy green for everyone.

If you’re looking for some green smoothie recipes to try, check these out:

Peach and Pear Green Smoothie
Mango Strawberry Green Smoothie
Hazelnut Blackberry Chia Green Smoothie
Mint Grapefruit Green Smoothie
Cucumber Kiwi Green Smoothie
Chocolate Pomegranate Green Smoothie

You can find many more green smoothie recipes on my green smoothie page here.

I’d love to hear about a new leafy green you tried in your smoothie and how your experience was in the comments below!

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