Try a green grape smoothie for a bright snack full of fresh produce. This citrusy creation is definitely a kid-friendly recipe that I also enjoy.

Green Grape smoothie recipe

Grape smoothies are a staple at my house, whenever the grapes don’t get eaten right after bringing them home! This green grape smoothie recipe is brightly delicious, and loved by young and old smoothie drinkers alike. So read on, or skip ahead to start blending right away (no judgement!).

Table of Contents
  1. Green Smoothies vs Green Juice
  2. How to Make an Affordable Grape Smoothie
  3. Delicious Grape Smoothie Recipes
  4. Green Grape Smoothie Recipe
Smoothie prep for a green grape smoothie in a mason jar

Green Smoothies vs Green Juice

When it comes to drinking your greens, there are two general ways to do it. Let’s break it down, so to explain why I like blending leafy green smoothies like this grape smoothie, rather than juicing.

Juicing fruits + veggies

Juicing greens gives you a concentrated small amount of liquid. The nutrients can be easily absorbed into your blood stream and benefit your body. Juicing doesn’t contain fiber, which helps your digestive system work properly, curb blood sugar spikes and keeps you full longer.

I definitely lean towards #teamsmoothie, yet I do think juicing has its benefits. I talk more about this on my podcast interview with Wellness Mama.

Blending green smoothies

Blending your greens creates a larger amount of liquid than juicing. It’s thicker due to the fiber retained in the greens. This slows down the speed at which the sugars and nutrients enter your body, as well as helps you stay full longer. Lots of fruit and veggies also have nutritional value in the skin, which can get lost in juicing (like the pith in the orange of this grape smoothie). Finally, juicing takes a LOT more produce than blending, which makes it more expensive.

raw ingredients needed to make a grape smoothie

How to Make an Affordable Grape Smoothie

This green grape smoothie recipe is a hit in our house. We love how easy it is to find the ingredients for this smoothie at the local grocery store. And they’re also affordable! That’s the key to making this a healthy habit for life— use ingredients you can always find and always afford.

It’s definitely okay to skip all the fancy potions and powders that people recommend you add to your smoothie. For this amazing recipe, all you need is:

  • baby spinach (I prefer organic because it’s on the EWG’s dirty dozen list)
  • green grapes (be sure to check for seeds before blending)
  • pineapple (I use frozen pineapple to chill the smoothie and save me time chopping it up)
  • oranges (naval oranges are so flavorful and juicy!)
Green grape Smoothie in a vitamix container

Delicious Grape Smoothie Recipes

Grapes are sometimes an overlooked smoothie ingredient, yet they add some delicious flavor (and nutrients!). Check out these other great grape smoothie recipes:

I’d love it if you made this green smoothie, then left a rating + comment below. I always want to know what you think of these smoothie recipes, and what you add to them to make them your own. Happy blending!

Green Grape smoothie recipe
4.73 from 176 votes

Green Grape Smoothie

This dreamy green grape smoothie has a nice vitamin c boost from the refreshing orange flavors.
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Author: Jen Hansard
Course: Smoothie
Cuisine: Plant-Based
Serves: 1


  • 1 cup spinach
  • ½ cup water
  • ½ orange
  • ½ cup grapes
  • ½ cup pineapple frozen
  • 1 serving homemade protein powder optional


  • Blend spinach, water orange until smooth.
  • Add remaining fruit and blend again.


  • Use green or red grapes, whichever you prefer (green are a bit more tart).
  • Swap spinach with the leafy greens of your choice.
  • Use at least 1 frozen fruit for a refreshingly cool smoothie.


Calories: 131kcal, Carbohydrates: 33g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 32mg, Potassium: 520mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 26g, Vitamin A: 3058IU, Vitamin C: 85mg, Calcium: 78mg, Iron: 1mg
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  1. Such a pleasure to participate in this challenge. Thanks so much. Enjoy being a Rawstar. Pineapple Orange was delightful Sunday treat.

  2. 5 stars
    I made it with kale, but I think it would be a 5 with spinach. I also added flax seeds.

  3. 4 stars
    Substitution Notice: I used one teeny tiny clementine and papaya in lieu of orange. Surprisingly. I liked this one a lot better than I thought I would. In the past, when I used grapes, I could not taste the grape, and while it was subtle it was there this time. Perhaps because I did not overpower it with orange (and usually when I use oranges I add some zest, which really makes the orange stand out). No one fruit stood out and I think that is why I liked it.

  4. 4 stars
    Had to sub cherries for grapes, but it was delicious. Just a bit on the sweet side. I liked it even more after I added an anti-inflammatory smoothie boost cube.

  5. 5 stars
    This is hands down my favorite one! I love the citrus and pineapple combination. Though, in my guide it’s called pineapple orange.

  6. 5 stars
    Citrus is so refreshing! I like someone’s comment calling this smoothie “sunshine in a glass.” I didn’t have grapes. Added cucumber, pumpkin cubes and chia seeds.

  7. Delicious!! I was out of orange and replaced it with mango. The tangy sweetness made this a favorite of mine.

  8. 4 stars
    Didn’t have grapes, so used peaches instead. It’s ok, not my favorite, but I’ll make it again when I have grapes!

  9. 4 stars
    This smoothie definitely needed something sweet to balance the sour taste. Other than that the flavor was good.