Ramadan is just around the corner. During this holy month, we spend our days and nights in supplication; however, as iftar time nears, we want nothing more than to drink something nice and cool.
Say goodbye to unhealthy sugary drinks, and say hello to refreshing and healthy Ramadan smoothie recipes. If you’re looking for easy Ramadan recipes to add to your repertoire, be sure to save these.
Sweet and Healthy Ramadan Smoothie Recipes for Fulfilling Suhoor and Iftar
Below I have shared some of my favorite Ramadan smoothie recipes. They’re all family favorites and give you a variety to choose from.
What kinds of milk can be used in smoothie recipes?
Regular cow milk is the best option for smoothie recipes. However, you can also use almond, coconut, or soy milk. And, if you want to make it healthier, throw in some yogurt or fruit juice. In the end, it all comes down to how you like your smoothies!
Can I make smoothies in advance?
Yes, it’s perfectly fine to make smoothies in advance. You can make them at night, and they’ll be good enough to consume in suhoor or iftar the next day. While smoothies can stay good for up to 48 hours, I suggest drinking them within 24 hours to get the maximum taste and nutrition.
You also can prepare many of the components in advance. This way, all you have to do is toss everything together. Wash and cut up all your ingredients and store them until ready.
Another great trip is to freeze bananas or avocados to blend in. This will create an extra creamy smoothie.
Delicious Ramadan Smoothie Recipes
Smoothies are one of the best ways to add nutrition and flavor to your drinks. These power-packed beverages are a great way to start the day. And, in Ramadan, we specifically need something that helps keep us energized throughout the day. The solution? A glass of delicious and thick smoothie!
The Moroccan Almond Avocado smoothie is the most popular drink on the table during Ramadan in Morocco. It is the perfect blend of creamy avocados and flavorful almond milk with a dash of sugar. The green color makes it a refreshing choice for suhoor and iftar, while its energy-rich properties make it a great option for breaking your fast.
We’ve all grown up listening to the many health benefits of figs. How about incorporating it with yogurt to make a nutrient-packed fig smoothie? Fig smoothies are healthy, fulfilling, and the perfect meal option to keep you active throughout the day. Yogurt is a power food that keeps thirst at bay, making the fig smoothie ideal for your suhoor menu.
The Bright and Sunny Orange Banana Smoothie is made for Ramadan. With the tropical burst of oranges combined with the creaminess of bananas, this smoothie is a delight for our taste buds and an ideal recipe for people eating clean. It’s refreshing, it’s healthy, and you can prepare it in under 10 minutes!
This Peach Breakfast Smoothie is one of the tastiest and most nutritious smoothies out there. With a blend of fresh peaches, yogurt, chia seeds, and some spices for taste, it is a tad bit different than regular smoothies: It’s a healthy sweet and sour combo for your iftar or suhoor table.
The Banana Oat smoothie is a power-packed recipe with the perfect combo of creamy bananas, peanut butter, and lumpy oats. Blend these three ingredients with yogurt or milk, and throw in a pinch of cinnamon and some honey. The yummiest sweet, thick, and creamy smoothie for Ramadan is ready!
Smoothie Bowl Ideas for Ramadan
While smoothies make for a refreshing and nutritious drink, smoothie bowls are even better! Why? Because they contain the wholesomeness of a smoothie, with the option of adding delicious toppings of your choice to them. They’re your personalized bowl of goodness: Fulfilling and tasty!
Smoothie Bowl Ideas for Ramadan
If you’re looking for a refreshing start, here are some Ramadan smoothie bowl ideas for your suhoor and iftar tables.
The Apricot Raspberry smoothie bowl is a hearty combination of fresh or canned apricots and frozen bananas to give it a smooth and thick texture. Add in some yogurt for additional taste and texture, and top with a variety of nuts, raspberries, coconut shavings, or any other topping you prefer.
The greatest struggle during Ramadan is to stay energized throughout the day, and the Almond Date smoothie makes it possible! Dates and almonds are nutrient-dense ingredients that keep your energy levels up while fasting. Mix them with yogurt and milk and top with berries and nuts for a tempting smoothie bowl.
Blackberry Fig smoothie is a nourishing recipe with the nutritional benefits of figs, the creaminess of bananas, and the sweetness of honey. And, to make it more appealing, you can add fresh blackberries, fig slices, and nuts to top it. It’s a great way to start your fast and breeze through the day!
The Strawberry Acai smoothie bowl is a healthy, vegetarian, and gluten-free suhoor idea for people following a diet. With the bittersweet taste of strawberries and the earthy taste of acai, it serves as a refreshing start to your day. Plus, it can be whipped up in hardly 5 minutes, making it a perfect addition to your suhoor table.
Avocado and Kale smoothie might sound a bit “salad-y”; however, it is the most refreshing and wholesome smoothie bowl. This creamy bowl contains the goodness of bananas, kale leaves, avocados, and almond milk, with the sweetness of agave syrup. Serve this for suhoor and give your family a healthy headstart!
More Easy Ramadan Drink Ideas
If you liked these smoothies and smoothie bowls, you’re going to love these Ramadan drink ideas!