The Smoothie Project changed my whole family’s life, and it can change yours too. Print and laminate this Smoothie Project sheet to get you and your family started! 

Want to save this recipe?
Just enter your email and get it sent to your inbox! Plus you’ll get new recipes from me every week!

Stumped about what to add to your morning smoothie to give you tons of energy as well as feeling great inside and outside?

Years ago, my son started complaining constantly about feeling nauseous. It was a daily occurrence. I tried just about any and everything to get him back on track: breathing techniques, mental exercises, trips to the doctors office and more. Little did I know that I was the problem. Even though I still give the kids pancakes, waffles and other delicious foods now and then for breakfast, I learned quickly that every day breakfast foods packed with flour were not helping the kids to feel their best. 

Smoothie Project from weelicious.comPin

Within weeks of starting the Smoothie Project, Kenya was feeling himself again and all it took was a glass full of fruits, vegetables, plant based proteins and more in my favorite blender that tastes as good as it looks.


I created the first version of this sheet on scratch paper and it looked like a 5 year old’s piece of art. I used it as an inspirational “menu” for the kids to take turns picking what they wanted in their smoothies each morning. I still feel that if they have a hand in creating it they will be more excited to drink it.


Two years later, we’re still making smoothies each morning. Using this updated sheet which I laminated and give the kids a dry erase marker to pick the ingredients they want in their daily smoothie. It’s the easiest way to get the kids brains working before they head out for a long day of school. This goes as well for myself, my hubby and even Gemma who at 10 months old figured out how to use a straw to get in on the act.


The printable PDF sheet has most of the foods we add to smoothies, but If you have other ideas I would love to hear them in the comments below. You can take this to the grocery or order a bunch of the “extras” and “proteins” online.


I share new smoothies regularly on Instagram stories, and I’ve compiled a list below for inspiration! 

Berry Green Smoothie

Blood Orange Strawberry Beet Smoothie

Blueberry Chia Smoothie

Bright Green Smoothie

Carrot Orange Ginger Smoothie

Cherry Vanilla Smoothie

Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie

Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

Cotton Candy Smoothie

Crazy Healthy Smoothie

Dragon Berry Smoothie

Everything But Banana Smoothie

Green Monster Smoothie

Immune Boosting Very Berry Smoothie

Mango Spiced Smoothie

Pregnancy Smoothie

Smoothie Jars

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Strawberry Sunflower Smoothie

Sunshine Smoothie

Tastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale Smoothie

Tropical Lassi

Vanilla Avocado Greens Smoothie

Vanilla Cinnamon Date Shake

Vanilla Kale Spirulina Smoothie

About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.


  1. When I click on the ‘printable pdf sheet’ link it just brings me back to the top of the post. Can you tell me how to get to the printable sheet? I’m planning to try the smoothie project with my daughter (I’ve got the Smiothie project book!) and If love to have this sheet to use. Thanks!

    1. Hi Kate! Sorry about that glitch. For now, if you right click and then open the image in a new tab you should be able to save from there and then print 🙂 I’ll work on sorting it out for the future.

      1. Hi there! Thanks for the reminder. I’ve fixed the links that were causing problems and you should be able to download the printable pdf now. Sorry about that!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *