The 10 Best Smoothie Places in Oklahoma!
When made with fresh fruits and vegetables, smoothies are a great way to eat healthier while still feeling like you’re indulging. For a cold, delicious drink paired with a healthy snack, these 10 great Oklahoma smoothie spots will surely satisfy.
Located downtown in Deep Deuce, Wheeze the Juice features local, raw and handcrafted smoothies and juices. Made with almond or cashew milk, it’s a healthy treat that tastes good and packs a good dose of antioxidants in each smoothie.
At Bambu, the smoothies are delicious and it’s a great place to hangout with friends while you unwind after work. If you’re looking to indulge a bit, though, we’d recommend trying some of their Vietnamese desserts. They are to die for.
Find freshly-made smoothies at this locally-owned juice bar. You’ll find support to lead a healthier and more active lifestyle in your own life.
Their mission is to offer clean food with minimal waste. Although the menu features some excellent sandwiches and salads, the smoothies and juices are wonderful. The Dragon Slayer, made with garlic, lemon, ginger and habanero powder, looks like it would help ward off any virus that dared to get too close.
Get fiber, flavor, and vitamins in the Cocoa Cashew Swirl smoothie at Organic Squeeze. It’s made with oats, flaxseed, cashew butter, butter, almond milk, cocoa nibs and agave with a hint of Himalayan salt.
This health food place has four locations, two in downtown OKC and two by the capitol. Their motto is “we make it easy to eat healthy.” Get one of their specialty smoothies, like the Matcha Peachy, made with bananas, peaches, honey and matcha for a nice treat.
This “superfood café” features a special blend every week, but it has a menu with made-to-order blends that are available all the time. Whether you’re trying to detox, get an energy boost or want to boost your vitamin C intake, you’ll find the blend that gives you convenience on your way to a healthier lifestyle.
If you dream of apple pie, but want a healthier version, go with Ryze’s smoothie version, made with banana, hemp seed, chia, dates, apples, pink salt, cinnamon, ginger, and Greek yogurt.
Jude’s was voted “Best Bartlesville Coffee Shop” and “Best Vegetarian” in 2017. The smoothie menu offers indulgent options that are so good, you’ll forget they’re actually good for you.
Smoothies at Blenders are made fresh to order with fresh ingredients and no added sugar. They have a menu of ideas, but you can make your own with two fruits or veggies and choice of soy or almond milk, or freshly-squeezed orange juice. What a great way to get your greens when you mix spinach with ginger and OJ.