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28 Healthy Morning Drinks to Start you Day and Keep Healthy

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Start your day off right by providing your body with a healthy surge of nutrients to keep you alert and nourished all day. As a result, here are 28 simple and healthy morning drinks you’ll love!

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28. Blueberry Mango Smoothie

The distinctive flavor of blueberries is incomparable, especially when they’re perfectly ripe, providing a delightful sweetness.

I make sure to gather an ample supply during their peak season in summer, stashing them in the freezer to preserve their taste.

Thus, I can relish in their delectably sweet and succulent goodness all year round.

Incorporating mangoes elevates this smoothie to a whole new level, potentially making it your latest obsession.

Just gaze at its profound blue-purple hue! It’s incredibly deep and rich, but your first mouthful will present a burst of lush mango that is nothing short of mesmerizing.

27. Easy Iced Mocha Recipe

Have you ever tried adding chocolate milk to your coffee?

Isn’t that combination of strong, rich coffee and creamy, smooth chocolate just to die for?

To make this chocolate coffee combo, you’ll just need your favorite chocolate syrup and a pot of cold brew. 

When making iced coffee, you can make a pot and leave it to go cold.

But if you start out with cold-brewed coffee, I think you’ll agree that it’s so much smoother.

26. Cafe Latte 

Those with a deep affinity for coffee will acknowledge that it can be a pricey pastime, particularly for latte lovers.

Despite milk not being significantly costly, requesting it to be steamed mysteriously amplifies your drink’s cost.

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Why not occasionally whip up some lattes at home? This way, when we do splurge, the experience is exceptionally enjoyable!

No specialized coffee equipment or frother on hand? No issue. Simply warm the milk in a pot and decant it into your cup.

Next, use a low-cost, battery-operated milk frother to lightly whisk it, then pour in your coffee.

For a plant-based version, I suggest oat milk. It froths more effectively than other non-dairy alternatives, which tend to be quite thin.

Alternatively, you could always opt for coconut milk, which offers a delightful creaminess.

25. Chocolate Almond Butter Berry Smoothie (No Banana)

Numerous smoothie recipes include banana due to its inherent sweetness and its ability to thicken the beverage when frozen.

But bananas aren’t universally loved, and some folks even suffer from allergies. So, how can you maintain your smoothies’ creamy thickness?

As discussed earlier, readily available frozen berries can render your smoothies dense. While it won’t be as rich, it’s a decent substitute.

Almond butter can aid in this, but if you’re aiming for creaminess, try incorporating avocado instead.

Avocados are brimming with nutrients and beneficial fats, and their subtle flavor ensures they’re practically imperceptible in the smoothie.

24. Coffee Smoothie

If frappuccinos are your weakness, this thick and velvety coffee smoothie is sure to impress.

Instead of being packed with sugar and calories, it includes dates for a natural sweetness, nut butter for a delicate nutty flavor, and hemp seeds for a protein kick.

The dates also contribute a caramel undertone. To enhance their juiciness and flavor, consider soaking them in hot water until they soften.

To achieve the desired thickness, you’ll need to add ice cubes. However, to preserve the flavor, you could opt for coffee ice cubes.

Just brew a pot of regular coffee and fill ice cube trays with it (once it’s cooled).

Or, prepare a cold brew and freeze that in your trays.

This way, you maintain the same smoothie texture, but the flavor doesn’t get diluted as it settles.

23. How to Make an Americano

An Americano is essentially a diluted espresso, combining the strength of espresso with hot water. It’s a potent black coffee variant and should be served without milk.

The intention is to make a highly concentrated coffee with a rich taste, then balance it with hot water.

Adding water mitigates any bitterness and extends the lifespan of your beverage.

For a more intense coffee, use a ratio of two parts water to one part espresso. If you prefer it milder, use three parts water to one part espresso.

If you enjoy a sweeter coffee, consider incorporating Cafecito sugar foam.

You simply need to whisk a small quantity of hot coffee with sugar until it becomes light and frothy.

22. Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe

Berries make an excellent choice for smoothie concoctions.

They are widely accessible, blend seamlessly with any assortment of fruits, and they add a vibrant touch to your morning beverages.

This recipe calls for apple juice, providing a tangy dimension to the blend. However, its creaminess is not compromised, thanks to the inclusion of Greek yogurt.

Feel free to utilize a pre-packaged assortment of frozen berries, or create your own mix based on your preferences.

Frozen fruits will yield a particularly dense smoothie, but incorporating fresh berries is also an option.

21. Simple French Vanilla Cappuccino Recipe

Cappuccinos comprise equivalent proportions of steamed milk, espresso, and foam.

In contrast to lattes, which have a higher milk to coffee ratio, this beverage offers a more pronounced coffee flavor.

To attain the desirable vanilla flavor, you’ll initiate by infusing the milk. Combine them in a pot and gently warm it, stirring periodically and ensuring it doesn’t reach a boil.

The vanilla aroma should be perceptible, but make sure to remove the vanilla pod before introducing the coffee.

20. Cleansing Cucumber Pineapple Juice

While I wouldn’t advocate for substituting entire meals with juices, they make an excellent kick-start to your day.

After all, the right combination of ingredients can offer ample fiber, antioxidants, and hydration in a single serving.

Cucumbers are surprisingly nutrient-dense, and their high water content provides immediate hydration.

Adding pineapple makes this juice delightfully sweet, mildly tangy, and exudes a subtle tropical vibe.

19. Iced Caramel English Breakfast Tea Latte

Tea purists (and our friends from the UK) might find this concept bewildering. Iced tea, coupled with milk and caramel?

Many Brits might consider this unconventional, but whispers it’s unexpectedly delightful!

If you’re a fan of iced chai lattes, this will likely be to your liking. Granted, it doesn’t incorporate any warm spices, but it’s creamy, sweet, and teeming with enticing black tea flavors.

18. Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice

For those who prefer a vibrant start to their day, fruit juice fits the bill. It’s refreshing, sweet, naturally delectable, and packed with nutrients.

And what could be superior to a generous serving of fresh OJ?

Commercially available orange juice often contains substantial quantities of added sugars, and if you choose a pulp-free variant, you’re missing out on most of the fruit’s inherent vitamins.

Navel and Valencia oranges are my preferred options for juicing, given their balanced sweet and tart profiles and their abundant juice content, saving you from requiring an excessive number of oranges for a single glass. 

17. Green Smoothie

Individuals often seek healthier dietary options to balance periods of overindulgence.

This is likely why green juices and smoothies are enjoying their current popularity.

I personally enjoy starting my day with an invigorating boost of vitamins and minerals, and they’re effortless to prepare.

If you’re hesitant due to the prominent green color, try out this recipe – I suspect you’ll find it surprisingly pleasing.

Spinach is my preferred ingredient for green smoothies as it’s a superfood with a very subtle taste. In this smoothie, it’s virtually imperceptible.

16. Blended Oat Breakfast Drink

Oats are among the most beneficial grains, loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.

But there’s no need to forego these benefits just because you’re opting for a liquid breakfast, right?

You’ll simply need a high-performance blender, a sweetener like honey or maple syrup, and possibly some additional spices.

A high-quality blender is critical, as the oats need to be thoroughly blended for around 30 seconds at a high setting to achieve a drinkable consistency.

A less robust blender might struggle to handle this task.

15. Mexican Champurrado Hot Chocolate Recipe

Champurrado is a hot and thick, spiced Mexican chocolate. I made Mely Martinez’s Champurrado from her new book The Mexican home kitchen.

Check it here.

14. Fennel Tea Recipe

This fennel tea recipe provides warmth and a cozy feeling that you expect from a classic tea. With just three simple ingredients, make a refreshing and soothing drink that everyone enjoys in this weather.

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13. How to Make Milk Kefir (the ULTIMATE Guide)

Kefir is a fermented/cultured dairy drink that has been made traditionally for centuries. It’s similar to yogurt, and has a more pourable consistency. It is also known to have even more probiotics than yogurt.

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12. Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Ginger Hot Cocoa

You are in for a treat with this delicious and nutritious Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Ginger Hot Cocoa. I recently needed to stop drinking coffee and I’m pleased to say that this is a great substitute! See also Lemon ginger tea recipes.

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11. Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte

This Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte is rich, creamy, frothy and aromatic. It’s free of refined sugar, dairy, and processed junk. Nothing but goodness to celebrate fall!

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10. Strawberry Kiwi Juice

Homemade Strawberry Kiwi Juice made from scratch. This is a healthy breakfast beverage favorite at home. Make this fresh juice within 3 minutes easily and start out your morning well.

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9. Apple Cider Vinegar Drink

My favorite refreshing and energizing apple cider vinegar drink recipe. This apple cider vinegar drink is made with Bragg ACV, water, lemon, and sweetened with stevia. I use it for detox and weight loss.

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8. Sugar-Free Watermelon Juice

A watermelon juice recipe that’s a perfect Indian drink for summers! This Watermelon smoothie is a sugar-free drink that’s fresh, healthy & kid-friendly! With the watermelon season upon us, stock up on it and make this easy sugar and dairy-free drink with a tangy Indian twist in just 5 minutes!

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7. Watermelon Limeade

The first of the season’s watermelons are starting to pop up in our local supermarket, so I couldn’t resist mixing up this watermelon limeade over Memorial Day weekend. The coconut water in this recipe makes it really hydrating, while the flavors of watermelon and lime certainly taste like summer.

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6. Turmeric Golden Milk / Turmeric Latte / Haldi Doodh

Turmeric Golden Milk / Turmeric Latte is the perfect winter drink to heal your body, boost your immunity and enjoy the health benefits of Turmeric. It’s ready in just 5 minutes and can be enjoyed warm or cold, in the morning or bedtime. Vegan. Gluten-Free.

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5. Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino {Starbucks Copycat Recipe}

For those of you who are stuck at home and missing Starbucks, here’s an awesome copycat Starbucks Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino recipe. It’s so quick and easy that you can make it in less time than it takes to drive to Starbucks!

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4. Golden Milk – Turmeric Latte

Golden Milk or Turmeric Latte is a comforting warm beverage with superfood ingredients. This soothing golden glow drink will boost your mood while nourishing your body.

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3. Cranberry Raspberry Chia Lemonade

This chia lemonade with cranberry and raspberry is tart, sweet and filled with nutritious chia seeds for a refreshing and healthy drink.

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2. Iced Matcha Latte

Iced Matcha Latte is super refreshing drink that is loaded with health benefits from matcha green tea. It’s light, tasty, and easy to make with only 3 ingredients! + It’s dairy-free and made without refined sugars.

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1. Organic Energy Drink Recipe – Carrot Orange Cantaloupe Juice

A delicious juice that’s bursting with flavors from orange, carrot, and cantaloupe with no added sugar! Kickstart your day with this organic energy drink or juice cleanse recipe!

Check it here.

Healthy Morning Drinks

Morning Drinks

Easy and Tasty Morning Drinks for Breakfast

Start your day right with these 28 best morning drinks that will wake you up and promote your health.


  • Fennel Tea
  • Milk Kefir
  • Turmeric Ginger Hot Cocoa
  • Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte
  • Strawberry Kiwi Juice


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