3 Healthy Pregnancy Smoothie Recipes to Try This January

How are your New Year’s resolutions holding up mamas? Healthy pregnancy smoothies are a fantastic way to make sure you’re getting plenty of fresh fruit & veg in your diet. These smoothie recipes are quick, convenient, utterly delicious and packed full of those all-important vitamins and minerals.

We’ve chosen 3 of our favourite pregnancy-friendly smoothie recipes from around the web, and matched them up with the perfect cosy maternity jumpers to wear while you enjoy them!


Berry Smoothie Recipe

berry smoothie recipe for pregnancy

Click to see the full recipe on Mom365

This delicious berry smoothie is the ideal choice for breakfast & is packed full of calcium and protein, found in the milk & yogurt.

Calcium helps to build strong bones for your little one, and amino acids from protein are the building blocks for your baby’s cells, so it’s vital to get plenty through pregnancy – especially in your second and third trimesters.

To wear: Berry Nursing & Maternity Tunic


Green Smoothie Recipe

healthy green smoothie for pregnancy

Click to see the full recipe on the Super Healthy Kids blog

The ultimate fresh-tasting folate-filled recipe, this one provides the perfect vitamin boost for pregnancy.

Vitamin A and C from the mango & orange juice will boost your immune system and help you to absorb as much iron as possible from your food. During pregnancy you need more iron than usual, as you’ll have up to 50% more blood pumping around your body.

And that’s where the spinach comes in! Spinach provides iron and plenty of folate, which is essential for your baby’s developing brain and spinal cord.

To wear: White Cable Knit Maternity & Nursing Jumper


Vegan Chocolate Smoothie Recipe

healthy vegan chocolate smoothie recipe for pregnancy

See the full recipe on Detoxinista

And for something a little more indulgent, try this delicious vegan variation on the classic chocolate milkshake!

It may sound too good to be true, but this chocolatey delight is loaded with protein, potassium & fibre. Nuts are rich in protein and fibre, so peanut butter and almond milk will help with your baby’s healthy development, as well as aiding your own digestive system.

And of course bananas are a fantastic source of potassium, which you need to maintain the balance of electrolytes within your body.

To wear: Camel Cable Knit Breastfeeding Cover


So what are you waiting for mama? Give your body & your baby a boost with these healthy pregnancy smoothies!

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