What To Drink for Breakfast on a Liquid Diet?

Rohit Panwar

Looking for breakfast ideas for liquid diet? Look no further! In this blog, I as a nutritionist will take you through a variety of nutritious options to help you start your day off right while sticking to your liquid diet. 

From smoothies to shakes, I’ve got you covered with delicious ideas that are easy to make and perfect for on-the-go mornings. 


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Breakfast Ideas for Liquid Diet : 28 Nutritious & Filling Options 

The breakfast ideas for liquid diet I share will keep you full and energized throughout the morning, so you can tackle your day with ease. So, whether you’re looking to lose weight, improve your digestion, or simply try something new, here are the best options to choose from -.


Apple Oats Milkshake

The delicious apple oats milkshake is one of my top choices for breakfast ideas for liquid diet while on a liquid diet. Made with whole milk (or plant milk), fresh apples, and soaked oats, this shake is the perfect balance of taste and nutrition. This drink is rich in fibre, complex carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and antioxidants. 


Strawberry Banana Bean Smoothie

I tried this recently and fell in love immediately. It is high in protein and fiber, and has a creamy taste.

To make this, simply blend together strawberries, cooked red kidney or white beans, a banana, date/ maple syrup and milk or milk alternative. You can also use greek yogurt instead of milk.  


Tropical Smoothie

A perfect meal replacement, this tropical smoothie screams delicious.  Blend in exotic fruits like mango, pineapple, and papaya along with pineapple juice and coconut milk in a blender, and blitz until smooth.

This silky smooth smoothie, will keep you coming back for more and more every single time. 


Green Pear Smoothie

A delicious and nutritious vegan breakfast option, pear smoothie can be made within minutes. In a blender put in  fresh green pears, leafy greens such as spinach or kale, a plant milk of your choice and a sweetener like date paste, jaggery or maple syrup.

You can also add in a scoop of almond butter to the mix.


Mango – Kiwi Smoothie

The combination of kiwi and mango brings out a burst of flavours. To make this, blend together chopped kiwi, ripe mangoes, yogurt or plant milk of your choice and some deseeded date for a sweeter flavour. T

he thick breakfast smoothie is now ready to replace a complete meal


Dry Fruit Shake

Made with a blend of soaked dried fruits and nuts, such as almonds, cashews, apricots, dates, and figs, and blended with milk, this shake is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

The natural sweetness of the dried fruits provides a satisfying taste without the added sugar. This is perfect for a meal replacement while on a liquid diet.


Berry-Kefir Smoothie

Known for its amazing impact on gut health, kefir,is becoming increasingly popular around the world. This smoothie incorporates the benefits of kefir and berries.

To make this smoothie, blend mixed berries, and kefir, together. You can also add in some soaked chia seeds to the mix if you like. 


Cream of Wheat

Not everything has to be about juices, and shakes. You can start your day with a warm and comforting bowl of Cream of Wheat. It is made by blending wheat kernels into a smooth and creamy consistency.

You can add milk, honey or cinnamon to taste. This is just perfect for a breakfast meal on a liquid diet.


Matcha Tea Smoothie

A Matcha Tea Smoothie can be your go to breakfast on a liquid diet.

This smoothie can be made by simply blending together pineapple or mango, coconut milk, yogurt, maple syrup, and matcha powder. This drink will keep you full without cutting back on the nutrition.


Banana Peanut Butter Shake  

The creamy and delicious banana peanut butter shake is my absolute favourite. Made with ripe bananas, creamy peanut butter, and milk, this shake is a great source of protein and healthy fats.

The bananas add natural sweetness and a good source of potassium, while the peanut butter provides a boost of healthy monounsaturated fats.


Kale Spinach Smoothie

The low calorie kale spinach smoothie can be a great morning drink if you are on a liquid diet. It is low in calories and high in fibre and vitamins, making it great for the start of the day.

Just blend together kale, spinach,  banana, and yogurt/ almond milk. You can also add other ingredients like ginger, lemon juice, and a scoop of protein powder to make it more filling.


Avocado Banana Smoothie

This healthy and delicious drink can be made within a few minutes.

Blend avocado, spinach, a banana, yogurt or a non-dairy milk, vegan protein powder, and deseeded dates into a blender. Blitz well and you have yourself a creamy and delicious smoothie. 


Chocolate Banana Smoothie 

Another pretty easy and tasty breakfast option for liquid diet is this desert tasting smoothie.

Blend a, cocoa powder, dates, peanut butter and milk or non-dairy milk until thick and creamy. This smoothie will keep you full till lunch. 


Strawberry Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Made with fresh strawberries, Greek yogurt, and honey, this smoothie is packed with protein, calcium, and probiotics.

The strawberries provide a burst of flavor and antioxidants, while the Greek yogurt adds a creamy texture and a good source of protein. Undoubtedly one of the best breakfast ideas for liquid diet. 


Ragi Malt

Ragi Malt is a traditional Indian drink made from Ragi flour, a type of millet. This nutritious drink can be prepared by mixing Ragi flour with water and boiling it until it thickens and then sweetening it with jaggery or sugar.

It can be enjoyed either hot or cold, it’s a perfect liquid diet option for people looking for a healthy and filling drink.


Green Smoothie

Made with just 4 ingredients — unsweetened almond milk/ greek yogurt, frozen spinach, frozen banana, and fruit of choice — this recipe makes room for add-ons like protein powder and collagen to boost its health quotient.

The delicious drink is flavour and nutrition packed into a tall glass!


Papaya Milkshake

Indulge in a heary creamy papaya milkshake while on a liquid diet. Made with ripe papaya, whole milk, and some honey, this shake is a great source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

Papaya is known for its high content of Vitamin C and A as well as digestive enzymes such as papain. The added milk and honey provide a creamy texture and a touch of sweetness.


Cream of Pea Soup

Time for something savoury. The cream of pea soup is made with fresh or frozen peas, chicken or vegetable broth, and cream.

The soup is a great source of protein, fiber, and vitamins. I recommend blending the peas for a smooth texture.


Pumpkin Chai Latte

This latte is made with pumpkin puree, tea, milk, and a touch of cinnamon and sugar.

Pumpkin is a good source of antioxidants and nutrients like fiber and Vitamin A. Together with the tea and milk flavours,this latte provides a warm and comforting drink.


Berry Buttermilk Shake

This probiotic rich drink is a incredible breakfast option. It is made with a blend of mixed berries, buttermilk, and honey.

The berries provide nutrition and flavour while the buttermilk adds a tangy and creamy taste, along with its probiotics or good bacteria.


Avocado Milkshake

An avocado milkshake is a creamy and delicious drink made by blending ripe avocado, milk, honey and ice. The avocado gives the shake a unique rich and creamy texture, while the milk and honey add sweetness and smoothness.

Avocado milkshake is a healthy and refreshing alternative to traditional milkshakes, as avocado is a good source of healthy fats, vitamins and minerals.


Peach Blueberry Smoothie

Enjoy a refreshing and nutritious peach blueberry smoothie while on a liquid diet. This smoothie is made with fresh or frozen peaches, blueberries, yogurt, and a sweetener of your choice.

The fruits and yogurt together provide boost of protein, calcium, vitamins minerals and probiotics. 


Creamy Golden Milk

Savour the warm and comforting flavors of creamy Golden Milk while on a liquid diet. This drink is made with turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, pepper, and milk. It is sweetened with honey or jaggery.

Golden milk is a traditional Ayurvedic drink that is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to boost the immune system.


Pineapple Passion Smoothie

Another tropical smoothie you definitely need to try is this refreshing pineapple passion smoothie.

Just blend in pineapple, passion fruit, yogurt, and sweetener and make a smoothie of the consistency you like. This drink is not only delicious but will also keep you full for a longer time. 


Mango Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Indulge in a delicious and healthy mango greek yogurt smoothie. It is made with blending together fresh or frozen mango, Greek yogurt, and honey.

You can also add in a spoon of peanut butter for some extra protein. This breakfast option is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. 


Cherry Smoothie

Another delicious smoothie is the one made with cherries. To make this, simply blend in fresh or frozen cherries, yogurt, a sweetnet and a sweetener of your choice like honey or maple syrup.

This sweet and tangy smoothie is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, and gives a great start to your day. 


Lentil Soup  

Lentil soup can be a great option for breakfast on a liquid diet as it is high in protein and fiber and can provide a satisfying and nourishing start to the day.

However, imake sure that the soup is blended or pureed to a smooth consistency. You can add a variety of vegetables such as carrots and celery for added flavor, as well as spices like cumin or turmeric for added nutrition.


Puréed Sweet Potato Soup

A bowl of puréed sweet Potato soup for breakfast is nothing but comfort in a bowl.

Made with cooked and pureed sweet potatoes, chicken or vegetable broth, and cream, this soup is a great source of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants. The sweet potatoes provide a naturally sweet flavor and a good source of beta-carotene. 

These were my top recommendations for breakfast ideas for liquid diet as a nutritionist. If you have any questions regarding the liquid diet or nutrition in general, I would love to help you out. 

Rohit Panwar

Hi! I'm Integrated Nutrition Coach Rohit Panwar. I hold twin Certifications from IIN, New York & SAFM, Massachusetts. I am a passionate vocalist of holistic lifestyle and have fully committed the past several years to educate & empower people towards their wellbeing. Despite a successful yet hectic corporate stint of 21+ years, I have prioritised nutriment in my life. I truly hope my personal journey from illness to wellness helps everybody reading this forge their own path.