3 Fat Blasting Summer Smoothies Recipes You Need Right Now

Can you feel it in the air? Its approaching summer down under and oh my yum, I have rounded up 3 fabulously delicious smoothies to welcome the beach season. Each of these recipes act as a meal replacement which means you can enjoy them every day for a healthy, body slimming breakfast or lunch. The recipes are loaded with essential nutrients that will have your gut happy, your skin glowing and energy boosted just in time to hit the sand and surf.

Fat Blasting Smoothies

These 3 fat blasting smoothies will soon become your absolute favourites. I've made them for clients before and after PT and they couldn't get enough! The reason these work so well to reduce belly fat is the fibre. Every day adults should aim for around 30g of dietary fibre from fresh food sources. Are you getting enough?

Green Tea Booster

A steaming hot cup of the matcha green tea can help you get beach ready. Green tea naturally increases your fat metabolism rate, inhibits fat absorption and aids in glucose regulation, of which helps you burn off excess calories and unwanted body fat. Less body fat, less cellulite. If you are one to turn your nose up at the flavour of green tea, you might like to try this supplement*. Just open the capsule and add into the mix instead of the cooled green tea.


1 frozen, small banana

250ml coconut water (watch for hidden sugars)

100ml brewed and cooled, organic pure Green tea*

1 scoop FibreBoost (get it here)

1 cup frozen kale, destemmed

1-2 scoops vegan Vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup crushed ice (optional)

Blend everything until smooth. Serve chilled.

The Pineapple Mango Bikini

This is by far my most popular summer smoothie recipe. It's made with the tangy sweetness of pineapple, organic coconut milk and the dietary fibre of in-season mangoes. Its tastes like a tropical cocktail only without the dehydrating alcohol. It is loaded with fibre goodness which is essential to a healthy gut and helps to reduce belly bloat. Pineapple is naturally high in a compound that also helps reduce inflammation, especially in the gut. Get blending!


1 frozen, small banana

250ml organic, coconut milk

1/2 frozen or fresh pineapple, cubed

1 scoop FibreBoost (get it here)

1 whole fresh mango or 1/2 cup frozen

1-2 scoops vegan Vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup crushed ice (optional)

Blend everything until silky smooth. Serve chilled.

Chia Belly Blaster

This filling smoothie is locked and loaded with superfoods and more, you guessed it, dietary fibre! Chia seeds are densely nutritious and a hearty source of natural omega-3 fatty acids. Essential for brain health, omega-3s help reduce stress hormones and naturally decrease inflammation. Blueberries are an additional source of fibre and provide a low calorie, boost of antioxidants to help you look and feel your best on the beach.


1 frozen, small banana

2 tbsp chia seeds (white or black)

250ml unsweetened almond milk

1/2 cup frozen blueberries

1 scoop FibreBoost (get it here)

1 tsp acai powder (optional)

1-2 scoops vegan Vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup crushed ice (optional)

Blend everything until chia seeds are smooth. Serve chilled with a sprinkle of homemade granola.

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