One of the hardest things for me when I was pregnant was keeping myself healthy by eating (and drinking) enough good and healthy food throughout pregnancy, especially in the first trimester! It’s not always easy to eat and drink what your body needs when you don’t want to eat, can’t eat, or keep anything you eat in your stomach.
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I’m thankful to reach out to some amazing bloggers to bring this post to you. I put together 30+ pregnancy drinks and smoothies to help you through your entire pregnancy journey including bonus LACTATION drinks! This list is organized in categories so it’s easy to find your current fancy! I hope you enjoy this tasty post!
30+ Healthy Pregnancy Drinks and Smoothies for Your Pregnancy Journey
Are you just starting your pregnancy journey by first trying to get pregnant? There are a few things you should do before trying to conceive, check out our “9 Things to Do BEFORE Trying to Conceive” article and have a sip of this awesome fertility smoothie! A delicious smoothie to help kick start your fertility!
Sick & Tired
Especially in the very first trimester of pregnancy, you may feel nauseated. You may also feel drained of energy during the first trimester too. Fortunately these symptoms usually clear up by the second trimester (but there’s no promises!) How about settling your stomach and having a quick pick-me-up with these tasty drinks!
If you’re struggling to eat your prenatal vitamins, this ginger peach smoothie recipe is packed with vitamins A and C and for a delicious healthy pregnancy diet!
This mocktail has the perfect blend of ingredients to help settle your stomach. A refreshing drink best served during brunch!
Need help staying hydrated? This refreshing drink will do just that!
Ginger works wonders on an upset stomach! This delicious Blueberry Ginger smoothie is perfect to help settle your nausea!
You’ll need your strength during labor and delivery. Have a tasty sip on this electrolyte drink to help!
As probably the most important meal of the day, it’s even more so when you’re pregnant. However it can be difficult to when you’re pregnant and don’t want to eat because of nausea. Try these breakfast drinks to help!
One of my favorites, Strawberry Banana Smoothie, it’s no surprise that I craved this when I was pregnant! I just love that this recipe also has delicious oats and honey!
Are you a fan of beets?
This tasty and nutritious smoothie only takes 5-minutes to make!
Try something exotic AND delicious with this tasty recipe! Have you ever had Dragon Fruit?
Protein-Packed Goodness, Greens, & Healthy Pick-Me-Ups
Keeping a healthy diet during your pregnancy is important and so if you’re struggling, try these easy smoothie and drink recipes for protein, greens, and tasty healthy pick-me-ups!
Chocolate Almond Butter & Vanilla Mango
“Protein is such an integral aspect of pregnancy as it helps all of the cells in the baby’s body develop, including the baby’s brain. Research also shows that protein deficiency can lead to complications such as pre-eclampsia, pre-term labor and can even affect the outcome of your birth.”
It’s recommended that pregnant women get about 60-70 grams of protein a day but when you’re having hard time eating, it can actually be hard to achieve some days. Try this simple recipe to help you keep up with your pregnant body’s protein needs!
“Craving some wonderful peanut butter and chocolate but wanting a new and healthy twist on it? Add some the vanilla protein powder broadens the flavor profile and definitely satisfies that sweet tooth while adding calcium, iron, and protein!”
“This chia gel and blueberries protein shake is packed with antioxidants from the blueberries, fiber and protein from the chia seeds, as well as some extra protein from the almond butter, perfect for your pregnancy diet!”
“Peanut butter, vanilla, and add in some fruit and vegetables and you got yourself an amazing smoothie that will definitely have your morning off to a great start. With Jif Powder you’ll love the added benefits of peanut butter but not all the extra fat in your smoothies.”
Easy recipe to get some delicious veggies into your pregnancy diet that is flavorsome!
“This delicious Pineapple Kale Smoothie with Greek yogurt only has just 200 calories per serving and all the sugar is from the pineapple and veggies.”
The perfect smoothie for your busy morning! Never skip breakfast again!
“Sweet potatoes are great for you and are said to help with inflammation naturally. Blackberries are loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin C, and they taste great, so they make an excellent addition to your healthy smoothies too. Turmeric also helps with inflammation, cinnamon helps boost your metabolism, and chia seeds are full of nutrients.”
“Drink your greens with this spinach avocado green smoothie. This nutritionally rich green smoothie is a perfect after-workout drink or to start your day. It does not contain added sugar and is naturally sweetened from pineapple.”
“Stay healthy and happy during pregancy with this pregnancy superfood smoothie! Raspberries, bananas, walnuts, and yogurt are loaded with fiber, vitamins, protein, omega fatty acids, and probiotics!”
“This perfect pregnancy smoothie is packed with chia seeds for fiber and protein, flax seeds for Omega 3s, almond milk for calcium, spinach for iron, banana for potassium and pineapple and grapefruit for vitamin C and flavor.”
“Did you know smoothies can actually reduce morning sickness! Liquid-based foods are easier to keep down and will keep you hydrated unlike tasteless crackers! Smoothies like this pregnancy Raspberry smoothie also contains essential vitamins that are perfect for future moms.”
“This low carb strawberry smoothie recipe doesn’t get any easier. That’s what everyone wants during the summer months, right? And, an easy smoothie breakfast is in demand anytime of year.” Perfect for your pregnancy diet!
“Banana split smoothie is a delicious and nutritious drink that is packed with protein and fruit. It makes for a great snack, meal, or a healthy dessert option!”
“Cloudy apple juice contains more antioxidants than clear apple juice and this one is ready in 5 minutes and tastes amazing!”
“Blueberry Coconut Milk Smoothie with Oats. This delicious breakfast drink is packed with antioxidants, protein, fiber, minerals and vitamins!”
These are perfect drinks to help boost your lactation for nursing your newborn!
BONUS! Lactation Smoothie & Drink Recipes!!
These are perfect drinks to help boost your lactation for nursing your newborn!
“Oats and Flax are known to help boost milk production, while the peanut butter is a great protein to make sure you are getting the calories you need while satisfying your hunger.”
“This simple and healthy green lactation smoothie is one of my favorite lactation recipes. It is quick and easy to make, tastes super healthy, and helps boost your milk supply. This smoothie is great for breakfast, or any time of day. When I’m really pressed for time I add in some protein powder and have it as a meal.”
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