About Our Smoothie Supplements


One of our favorite ways to start the day is with a fresh, flavorful smoothie, packing nutritious fruits and vegetables into one delicious drink. That’s why our team developed our new collection of smoothie mixes, taking breakfast to the next level.


Having received rave reviews about the powerful Vitamix, we began to understand that our customers are interested in using these machines to support and maintain a healthy lifestyle — something we’re passionate about, too. The team wanted to offer the best organic, fair-trade supplements to boost everyday smoothies, ones that were all-natural and vegetarian as well.


Immediately we thought of Navitas Naturals. Known for their own superfood mixes, they were the perfect partner, sourcing their own ingredients and building relationships with farmers.


The mixes feature all-natural,  plant-based supplements — think açai berries and chia seeds — designed to fortify smoothies with energizing nutrients. Just add them to a blender with your regular fruits, milk or juices, and power up. Here’s the breakdown of the mixes we offer:


Omega: Guided by our commitment to using plant proteins and achieving great flavor, we created this mix with an eye toward high levels of vitamins A and C, incorporating nutritious cranberry. Omegas are said to support brain function, influencing alertness and also keeping the heart healthy.


Antioxidant: This mix was formulated to provide a variety of vitamins, using blueberry and camu. Antioxidants are said to have immunity-boosting and anti-aging properties.


Protein: We wanted to deliver plenty of protein content using hemp and other ingredients instead of whey, which is animal-based, so the resulting smoothies would be entirely vegan. Protein is great for stabilizing metabolism and maintaining energy levels.




We tasted each of the mixes in the Williams-Sonoma Test Kitchen, then developed these recipes to showcase their delicious flavors. Even the kids will love them!


Protein-Packed Peanut Butter-Banana Smoothie


2 ripe bananas, peeled and cut into thirds

2 Tbs. honey

1/2 cup (155 g.) peanut butter

2 Tbs. protein smoothie mixer

1 1/2 cups (375 ml.) nonfat milk

1 1/2 cups (375 g.) ice cubes


In a blender, combine the bananas, peanut butter, milk, honey, smoothie mixer and ice, and puree until smooth. Makes about 3 1/2 cups (875 ml).


Berry-Almond Omega Charger


1 cup (125 g.) frozen strawberries

2 1/2 cups (625 ml.) almond milk

1 cup (125 g.) frozen raspberries

2 Tbs. honey

1 cup (125 g.) frozen blueberries

1 tsp. vanilla extract

1 cup (250 g.) greek yogurt

2 Tbs. omega 3 smoothie mixer


In a blender, combine the strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, yogurt, almond milk, honey, vanilla and smoothie mixer, and puree until smooth. Makes about 6 cups (1.5 L).


Berry-Mango Antioxidant Energizer


1 cup (125 g.) frozen strawberries

2 cups (500 ml.) fresh orange juice

1 cup (125 g.) frozen raspberries

1 Tbs. honey

1 cup (185 g.) frozen mango chunks

1 Tbs. antioxidant smoothie mixer


In a blender, combine the strawberries, raspberries, mango, orange juice, honey and smoothie mixer, and puree until smooth. Makes about 4 cups (1 L).

29 comments about “About Our Smoothie Supplements

  1. LeeAnn Williams

    Please, it would be so helpful to publish calorie counts on the smoothies.

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  3. Nashveggie

    “so the resulting smoothies would be entirely vegan.”

    However, your recipe which you refer to contains honey and dairy milk. Not vegan

  4. Olivia Ware

    Hi Nashveggie, we apologize for the confusion! While these recipes themselves are not vegan, the supplements are, so you can use them in your favorite vegan smoothie combinations. Try substituting agave nectar for honey and almond milk for cow’s milk in the recipes above.

  5. Janise Guarnieri

    Because almonds are naturally very nutritious, almond milk doesn’t need to be fortified. You can make almond milk yourself at home, and it will have the same nutritional value as the almond milk available commercially.

  6. Jenette

    I love these smoothies sooo much. Usually I’ll have one for breakfast and sometimes as a snack in the afternoon if I need it.

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  10. Sookie

    I just throw the powders into a little water and mix for a quick shot of health – Its NOT THAT BAD like that… so that said wonders for the mixes. The flavor is good and they are finely ground (Not so much the omega) and mix into liquids quite easily.

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  12. Genevieveabigail

    Hi there
    I really love your site so beautifully laid out and the recipes to die for.
    I’m very curious to know where you got the beautiful containers that the smoothies are in? Will you please share that information with me:)
    Regards Genevieve-Abigail

    1. Jennifer W

      Genevieveabigail, Check out the Williams-Sonoma website. They are called Working Glasses with lids.

    2. Jennifer W

      They are called working glasses with lids and are sold on the Sonoma-Williams website.

  13. Theresa Stewart

    Is there anyway i can get a calorie count on these. It would be sooooooo helpful. Thank you.

  14. Nikki D

    Your smoothie recipes look soooo good and I can’t wait to try them! All of them. My question is, can these be frozen and then thawed to drink later?

  15. Lee Ann

    I was also wondering what the smoothie mixture is in all the recipes? Thank You!

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