In an attempt to eat healthier in college, I tried making delicious smoothies in my dorm and it was one of the greatest decisions I've made in my life. These are four tasty recipes that I've tested out and completely love. I make them pretty often since they're simple, quick, and not messy at all. They can also be adjusted according to your liking.

Very Berry

What you need:

1 cup of frozen berries, 2 bananas, 1 orange. Blend until smooth. I decided to top mine off with blueberries, half a banana, a few orange slices, and chia seeds

#SpoonTip: Chia seeds are a great topping to use since they are loaded with protein and fiber.

Easy Green Smoothie

What you need:

Sliced mango, 1-2 bananas, and a handful of spinach. Start with small amounts and add on according to your preference, especially when it comes to the spinach. Blend until smooth and squeeze a hint of lemon.

Protein-Rich Smoothie

What you need:

A handful of spinach, walnuts, almonds, and banana. The amounts are better chosen with preference so I suggest to, again, start with small amounts and add on as you'd like. Be careful with the nuts though since they can be extremely overpowering (this one took me a few tries...). I topped this smoothie off with a strawberry and a tablespoon of chia seeds.

#SpoonTip: This is a perfect smoothie to indulge in after a workout.

Calming Breakfast

What you need:

Frozen berries (strawberries, peaches, pineapple, mango) and 2 unfrozen bananas. I topped my bowl off with some sliced almonds, granola, and chia seeds. This is a perfect filling breakfast to start your day. 

Obviously, these smoothies are made to look extra nice, but don't let that fool you. All you need to make these smoothies is a blender and these ingredients. I use my own personal favorite toppings, but make sure you don't hold back from experimenting with these delicious smoothies.