Good Morning Breakfast Smoothie is made with bananas, Greek yogurt, brewed coffee, and honey for a perfect way to make it a good morning! Try my Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie and Easy Smoothies for more delicious smoothie recipes.

Hand Picking up a Glass Filled with Coffee Breakfast Smoothie - Good Morning Smoothie.

Good Morning Breakfast Smoothie

This smoothie is the perfect way to start your day. The caffeine from the coffee (if caffeinated) will perk you up and you will get the health benefits from all of the ingredients. It won’t just make your morning good, it will make your body feel good, too.

How does it taste? The sweetness comes from the banana and honey, and you definitely get a coffee flavor. You should like the flavor of coffee before trying this smoothie! 

Raw Ingredients before assembling a Coffee Breakfast Smoothie - Good Morning Smoothie

Smoothie Ingredients

Bananas: Bananas are full of health benefits, and they are one of the most inexpensive fresh fruits you can buy.

Greek Yogurt: Greek yogurt has a higher protein content than other yogurts. But, be careful when you choose yogurt; many times they have lots of added sugar. Look for unsweetened Greek yogurt for the healthiest option. You can use any flavor yogurt you have on hand as a substitution. 

Coffee: You should use a coffee that you also enjoy drinking. Once your coffee is brewed, set aside about half of a cup to use in this smoothie. Coffee is full of health benefits from improving brain function, boosting your mood, helping burn fat, and lowering the risk of certain types of cancer and Parkinson’s disease. You could also use decaffeinated coffee if preferred for many of the same health benefits.

Honey: I recommend using raw honey for the best results. Raw honey has not been heated or pasteurized and contains a range of benefits from anti-oxidants to anti-viral to anti-bacterial properties. It can even be soothing for burns and wounds. Plus, it’s nice to support your local honey producers. 

Blender with Coffee Breakfast Smoothie - Good Morning Smoothie in it and mixing.

Can I Make this Smoothie Ahead of Time?

Yes! As previously stated, this smoothie can be stored in the freezer for up to 2 months. Store it in jars with lids (like mason jars). When you are ready to enjoy the smoothie, let it thaw in the refrigerator or at room temperature until thawed. Shake it up and enjoy!

Another way to make smoothies ahead of time is to freeze the mixture in an ice cube tray. Fill each cup of the ice cream tray with an equal amount of the smoothie. Then, store it in the freezer for up to 3 months.

When you are craving a smoothie, add a few of the smoothie cubes to a jar or glass with a lid. Place in the refrigerator to thaw and shake it up when ready to drink it! You can also add the frozen cubes to your blender for a quick way to make a smoothie on those mornings you may feel rushed.

Pouring Coffee Breakfast Smoothie - Good Morning Smoothie Into a Glass.

How Long do Smoothies Last?

This smoothie will last up to 2 days in the refrigerator. Be sure the container is filled all the way to the top before being sealed. If air gets in the smoothie, it will make the smoothie less nutritious. Or, you can freeze the smoothie in a freezer-safe container. It will last up to 2 months in the freezer.

Good Morning Breakfast Smoothie

Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Good Morning Breakfast Smoothie is made with bananas, Greek yogurt, brewed coffee, and honey for a perfect way to make it a good morning!


  • 2 large bananas, sliced and frozen
  • ½ cup (142.5 g) Greek yogurt
  • ½ cup (118 g) brewed coffee
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • ½ cup ice


  • Place the bananas, yogurt, coffee, and honey in a blender or food processor and blend until thick and smooth. Add more ice and/or water if too thick for your liking.
  • Pour into glasses and drizzle with a little extra honey if desired. Serve and enjoy!

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Reader Comments

  1. Please be careful when making claims about extra potassium being heart healthy. Too much potassium is as dangerous as to little potassium. Either one will stop the heart.

    1. Hi, Deborah! I work with iambaker and am happy to help with comments. Yes, you are correct about potassium; thank you for making that clarification. Have a great day!

  2. Can you please explain the calorie count of 181, when one banana is approximately 120 calories by itself?

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