Wawa Smoothies Reviewed By Smoothie Experts

We all love smoothies, they can be a great way to eat healthy, delicious, and in some cases… sugar-heavy! When it comes to smoothies we do not all immediately think of Wawa, however, Wawa does have smoothie options for all.

Many people want to be healthy when they have their smoothies, though, which makes us wonder if they are actually good for us! 

Wawa has unhealthy and healthy smoothie options. The Blueberry Pomegranate Mango, for example, has 0% fat and 350 calories. On the other hand, the Caramel Chocolate Chip Cream has 1,300 calories and 61 grams of fat (yikes). 

Today, we are going to look at Wawa’s smoothie options and talk about how good they are for you. So, for all Wawa lovers, the questions end here, because we have all the answers! 

Wawa Smoothies Reviewed

What Is In Wawa’s Smoothies?

Wawa sells a wide variety of food, and if you live on the east coast you are likely addicted. Wawa is open 24 hours a day, every day. As we are sure you’ve all heard how Wawa stayed open during covid and has even stayed open and helped people in storms, hurricanes, and more. 

They are legends, but are their smoothies?

Some of their smoothies are kind of healthy, but others really are not. Their fruit smoothies are made from real fruit and some have no cholesterol or fat, however, some cream-based smoothies of theirs are packed with sugar, fat, and cholesterol. 

The most awesome thing about Wawa’s smoothies is that there are so many options! You can even add whipped cream if you fancy a sugar kick! 

Wawa Smoothie Ingredients

There are so many ingredients that go into Wawa’s smoothies, which is why they are incredibly popular. Their fruit smoothies have much healthier ingredients than cream smoothies, so always ask about the ingredients before you order if you are curious.

Let’s take a look at the ingredients list for their favorite smoothies.

Blueberry Pomegranate Mango Smoothie

  • Water, cane sugar, blueberry puree, strawberry puree, fruit and vegetable juice, citric acid, raspberry puree, pomegranate juice concentrate, xanthan gum, sugar, mango puree, natural flavor, annatto, sugar gum.

Caramel Chocolate Chip Cream Smoothie

  • Milk, liquid sucrose, cream, corn syrup, nonfat milk, vanilla extract natural flavors, whey, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, mono-and diglycerides, cellulose gum, heavy cream, salt, carrageenan, sugar, butter, cocoa butter, sodium bicarbonate, corn serum, lecithin. 

Do Wawa Smoothies Have Dairy?

If you are lactose intolerant, or if you do not drink milk for any other reason, perhaps you are vegan, you might be curious as to whether you can have a smoothie from Wawa. Luckily, their fruit smoothies, such as the Strawberry Banana and Mango Banana do not have any dairy. 

If you do like milk-based smoothies, you have loads of options, their Cream or Caramel Cream and Mint Cookies smoothies are all great choices.

Note: All Wawa smoothies that are cream-based contain dairy, their fruit-based smoothies do not unless you choose one with yogurt. Some fruit smoothies can be chosen with soya milk, so always check if you can have this before you order.

Do Wawa Smoothies Contain Added Sugars?

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Now, this is important. Added sugars are an unhealthy tradition of modern diets. Wawa smoothies are tasty and sweet, and sadly, all contain added sugars. Yet, that being said, some contain a great deal more added sugars than others. The Lemon Freeze has 85 g of sugar, but the Chocolate Cheesecake Cookie Cream has 121 g of sugar! 

If you want to limit how much sugar you’re consuming, you should check the nutritional information on the smoothie before you order. This way, you can make sure that you are not consuming more sugar than you want. 

Do Wawa Smoothies Have Real Fruit?

You might not expect Wawa to make their smoothies with real fruit, as most smoothies do not unless made at a specific smoothie joint or at home. 

However, fruit-based smoothies from Wawa do contain real fruit, usually blended into a puree. Some of these include: 

  • Mango Banana smoothie. 
  • Strawberry Banana smoothies.
  • Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie.

Top Wawa Smoothies

If you are not well acquainted with Wawa smoothies, here are some of our favorites: 

  • Banana Cream.
  • Blueberry Pomegranate.
  • Caramel Chocolate Chip.
  • Mango Banana.
  • Mango Cream.
  • Strawberry Banana.
  • Strawberry Cheesecake.
  • Strawberry Pomegranate. 

Smoothies from Wawa taste awesome, and if you moderate how much you have them, they are an awesome option if you want a nice treat. However, if loaded with added sugars, always be careful and do not overdo it.

Are Wawa Smoothies Worth It?

Wawa smoothies are delicious and tasty, however, we wouldn’t call them healthy. While their fruit smoothies are low in fat and often low in calories, they add a lot of added sugars to their smoothies. 

So, Wawa smoothies are worth it for flavor, but we would not say they are worth it for healthy consumption.

Are Wawa Smoothies Tasty?

Wawa smoothies are delicious and very tasty, however, they are loaded with sugar and are not necessarily healthy. They are more viable as a sweet treat than a healthy eating item. 

They do have many flavors and something for everyone, however, they lack any green smoothies. Wawa smoothies are more about being delicious than being healthy, but if this is what you want, go for it. There is plenty to go around! 

FAQs:

Does Wawa Have Peach Smoothies?

Wawa does have peach smoothies. They have a frozen peach smoothie. However, this is not one of their best and it only comes as a frozen option.

Does Wawa Have a Strawberry Banana Smoothie?

Wawa does have a strawberry banana fruit smoothie, made fresh and delicious. Be aware, this smoothie is packed with sugar, however, it is much healthier than their cream-based smoothies. 

Do Wawa Smoothies Have Vegan Smoothies?

Wawa’s fruit smoothies can be vegan, options such as the Mixed Berry and Blueberry Pomegranate are vegan, and you can order these with oat, almond, or soy milk. However, do you have to specify? Also, avoid the ‘Freeze’ options as these are made with cow’s milk.

Ella Waterworth
Ella Waterworth

Founder & Recipe Developer at Smoothies N Cookies

Ella Waterworth is the founder of Smoothies N Cookies and she is a professional smoothie recipe creator. She gained extensive knowledge of creating smoothies by working for Smoothie King for several years.

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