1.1.2021

Best Green Smoothie Recipe

Enjoy my favorite spinach smoothie recipe (that’s really a tropical treat in disguise). It’s the best green smoothie recipe to boost your energy.

Best green smoothie recipe

Sure, I know a spinach smoothie doesn’t sound that appealing, but when made right it can be beyond delicious. With hundreds of 5-star reviews, it’s time for you to see why this is the best green smoothie recipe.

Are you wondering why anyone would be excited to drink something as green as this? I hear ya— I’ve been right where you are. And so have 1 million+ others who’ve blended this smoothie in our free 7-day smoothie challenge.

Drinking this daily smoothie is what helped me get the body and energy to do some incredible things, such as run 47 miles of the Grand Canyon, ride motorcycles through Morocco, publish two best-selling recipe books and create a backyard garden for my kids. This daily habit has kept my kids healthy when we didn’t have health insurance, energized us in between school and sports and nourished us so we don’t need to take vitamins.

The best green smoothie recipe uses spinach, mango, pineapple and banana

When I created this green smoothie recipe…it changed my life in more ways than I ever imagine. It was love at first sip for me, my two kids and over 1 million others who were scared of spinach smoothies.

I’ve published an entire recipe book on Simple Green Smoothies, and then went on The Doctors to blend a few green smoothie recipes live on stage! I was nervous with all the cameras and lights, but I knew I had to share green smoothies with the world! They truly are magical for your health.

Green smoothies recipes in a mason jar

Are green smoothie recipes healthy?

What we eat can truly transform our bodies and our lives in powerful ways. Especially with this smoothie recipe as I’ve seen in the lives of so many of my friends, family and community online. Blending spinach into a fruit smoothie is a great way to boost your immune system, as well as naturally energize you.

Most smoothies are made with just fruit and liquid, which is high in sugar and can cause inflammation. A green smoothie, on the other hand, is made with fruit, plant-based liquid and leafy greens.

This recipe is full of iron, potassium and vitamins galore— and tastes like a tropical treat from all the island fruit. Yet the best part is how simple as well as quick it is to make! You only need 4 ingredients and all of them can be found at your local grocery store (they don’t cost a fortune either!). As I say all the time— I’m all for making healthy eating affordable so it’s sustainable.

A green smoothie can taste just as good as a regular smoothie, and also have incredible health benefits.

5 ingredients to make a spinach smoothie

How to make a spinach smoothie

All you need to make a tasty green smoothie is a blender, fruit and leafy greens. The right ratio of spinach to fruit makes it sweet, as well as helps you reap all the health benefits of a green smoothie. The key is to use recipes that actually taste good and follow my simple tips below.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  • fresh spinach
  • frozen pineapple
  • frozen mango
  • fresh banana
  1. Blend 1 cup of spinach (or another leafy greens of your choice) in a blender. Adding leafy greens to your smoothie boosts the phytonutrients and fiber, which then slows down the absorption of sugars into your body.
  2. Next, add 1 cup of liquid and blend well (until all leafy chunks are gone).
  3. Toss in fruit, such as frozen mango, pineapple and bananas in the blender.
  4. Next, blend again until smooth and creamy.
  5. Serve smoothie immediately for maximum nourishment.
  6. Looking to turn your smoothie into a meal replacement? Adding clean protein + healthy fat does the trick. I realized that none of the protein powders on the market were what I wanted when it came to pure protein with no weird gums or fillers. So I made my own! The result is my Protein Smoothie Boost -with only organic hemp + chia + flax seeds, in a perfectly smooth, smoothie worthy powder. Give it a blend and see what you think!
Fresh spinach is used in a smoothie to make it healthy

Can you taste spinach in the smoothie?

You wouldn’t be the first to look at this recipe and say “No way!” Green! Spinach! Yuck! Yet don’t walk away! These bright green smoothie recipes will actually delight your taste buds. You’ll even have an extra pep in your step when you realize how great you feel!

Even kids LOVE this green smoothie recipe! I started blending this smoothie in my daughter Clare’s kindergarten class four years ago. Now every year, I visit her school to blend this recipe with each new class. That’s how delicious this recipe is!

Not sure if your blender can handle the greens? I’ve created The Ultimate Blender Guide, where I reviewed countless blenders to find the best ones for green smoothies. The key is to get rid of leafy chunks, blend quickly and provide tons of value for the price. Hint: not all of them cost $400+. 🙂

Best green smoothie recipe being prepped to store in freezer

Top 5 Smoothie Blending Tips

  1. Follow the 60/40 formula. When you’re making your first few green smoothies, don’t just throw things in the blender. Chances are, it’ll taste nasty if you wing it right out of the gate. To save you a few smoothie-fails, bust out those cute lil’ measuring cups to learn how to make your own green smoothie.
  2. Blend in stages to avoid leafy chunks. Chewing your green smoothie is no fun! To get a “smooth” green smoothie experience, blend up your leafy greens and liquid-base first. Then add your remaining fruits and blend again.
  3. Ditch the ice and freeze some fruits. Want your green smoothie to be extra chilly? Freeze your favorite fruits like ripe bananas, grapes, pineapple or berries. You can also freeze your leafy greens in a freezer-safe bag. Just make sure to add your frozen greens straight to the blender.
  4. Use raw natural sweeteners. Add naturally sweet fruits to any smoothie that tastes bitter or a bit too “green.” My favorite naturally sweet fruits are bananas, mango, apples, pears or pitted dates.
  5. Make smoothies ahead for the perfect fast food. Life is crazy busy— especially in the morning. That’s why we think green smoothies are the healthiest fast food for people who are constantly on the go. You can smoothie prep, or even blend the night before and store it in your fridge.
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Best Green Smoothie Recipe

The best green smoothie recipes are full of iron, potassium and vitamins galore AND tastes like a tropical treat from all the island fruit. There's no need to be scared of a spinach smoothie when it tastes like this— just read the reviews to see what I mean.
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Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Course: Smoothie
Cuisine: Plant-Based
Servings: 1
Calories: 203kcal
Author: Jen Hansard

Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup pineapple, frozen
  • 1/2 cup mango, frozen
  • 1 banana
  • 1 Protein Smoothie Boost, optional

Instructions

  • Measure: Tightly pack spinach in a measuring cup.
  • Add: Put spinach to blender with water. Blend together until all chunks are gone. (Should resemble green water when blended well).
  • Toss: Pineapple, mango and banana to blender. I like to use frozen pineapple and mangos to chill the smoothie down and save time cutting and prepping. It’s a win-win!
  • Blend: It all together until smooth and creamy. Depending on your blender, this could take as little as 30 seconds or as long as 2 minutes.
  • Pour: Into a glass and serve immediately.
  • Store: In the fridge with a lid until ready to drink.

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Notes

  • Not a fan of bananas? Swap it for 1/4 avocado, additional 1/2 cup mango or 1/2 cup peaches.
  • You can use 1 cup pineapple if you're out of mango.
  • Frozen fruit is recommended because it's easy and chills the smoothie.

Nutrition

Calories: 203kcal | Carbohydrates: 51g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 38mg | Potassium: 818mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 34g | Vitamin A: 3829IU | Vitamin C: 88mg | Calcium: 63mg | Iron: 1mg
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Mom of 2, ran across the Grand Canyon and lover of smoothies, coffee & tacos. I transformed my family's health with a realistic plant-based diet. I also found myself again along the way.

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  1. Nichole says:

    Tropical tasting. Yummy.

  2. Donna says:

    This smoothie was a treat to have. I know I will continue to make this one. 🙂

  3. Gretchen says:

    Best smoothie I’ve had so far!

  4. Jemyra Ingram says:

    I never really make a pineapple , mango smoothie and it was good. I will definitely add to my regular routine of smoothies.

  5. Jen C. says:

    Delicious! So easy to make.

  6. Carolyn says:

    My smoothie turned out much darker than yours. Rather than use one packed cup of spinach, I think a good handful (like you demonstrate in some videos) would taste better. This smoothie was rather “green” flavour with fruit highlights.

  7. Amber says:

    This is one of my favorite smoothies

  8. Ann Owens says:

    Fresh, light and easy to drink!! Great way to start the 10 day smoothie challenge!

  9. Laura says:

    I doubled the recipe so my husband can do the challenge with me too. We both thought the smoothie was just alright; it wasn’t amazing, it wasn’t horrible. The color was nice and it just had a hint of sweetness, which I was surprised by, since I thought it’d be sweeter with the types of fruit. Overall, it was a tasty smoothie and easy to make!

  10. Sue says:

    I’ve been juicing for years (about 7) and have found it to be a real life-saver. This drink is very sweet compared to what I am used to, but I want to add some variety to my juicing and decided to join this challenge. I don’t do Facebook or those other media connections, but just wanted to say that I appreciate all the work and research that you have done creating all these variations of juicing. I’ve ordered your book from Amazon and will be trying all the different versions. I have acid reflux (now under control without meds), so I have to be careful of certain foods, but I love this new beginning for a new year. Oh, I’m 74 and juicing eliminated most of my allergies and I no longer have night blindness. I’m a true believer.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Thank you for sharing your story, Sue! So glad you found us and are enjoying the recipes. I think you will really love Jen’s book!

  11. Stephanie Adams says:

    This is the absolute best smoothie for a beginner. The sweet fruits really hide the greens.

  12. Tanya says:

    Love this – refreshing and easy. I added a half scoop of protein powder, would probably add some ice next time to cool it a bit more.
    Also gave to my 3 year old and husband and was a hit all around 🙂

  13. Cassia Griswold-Lintz says:

    First day of trying this smoothie. Both my husband and I love the taste (even more than expected!). The pineapple really shines through. Has a beautiful green shade.

  14. Joni W says:

    Yummy & easy to make. I also doubled the recipe so my husband will benefit from this smoothie challenge too! Thanks for the prep tips. We’ve got ingredients prepped for the first 5 days. It was great this morning to just dump everything in the Vitamix and turn it on.

  15. Cynthia says:

    My favorite smoothie!

  16. Heather Smith says:

    Loved it! Even the kiddos took over my smoothie. Day 2 I will have to double up.

  17. Abby says:

    I signed up for the 10 days challenge starting today! I made this recipe for myself and my 2.5 toddler. We both loved it!!!! Thank you!

  18. Karen says:

    Wonderful loved it

  19. Deb Canale says:

    The kids and myself have started the challenge! We enjoyed our first of many. We also doubled the recipe.

  20. Ashley says:

    Delicious

  21. DORIS WIGGINS says:

    THIS TASTED GOOD. NOT REALLY SWEET TASTING AT ALL. JUST A HINT OF SWEETNESS

  22. Raven West says:

    Very good and easy to make – I substituted coconut water for plain water – it does make a big difference if you blend the spinach/water first before adding the fruit!

  23. Josh says:

    Good flavor and very refreshing start to my day.

  24. Sandra S says:

    Beginners Luck is fruity and delicious!
    You cannot taste the spinach in case your wondering. Your children will never know except for the vibrant green color of your smoothie!

  25. Donna Hatzinger says:

    Added plant protein to make it a meal.

  26. Jo says:

    I have been putting green veggie/fruit smoothies together for years, . . . hands down this is the best tasting one I have ever made, THANKS.

  27. Sheri Fry says:

    Perfect ‘go to’ smoothie! Added hemp seed for a bit of extra protein. Yum!

  28. Candace S says:

    I am not new to smoothies and this simple green smoothie is amazing. I drink smoothies every morning as a part of my health routine and joined the New Year Smoothie Challenge to spice things up. I find this smoothie very tasty, light and energizing. Looking forward to more new recipes over the next 10 days. Thanks, SGS.

  29. Ame W says:

    So delicious & easy to make. Less calories than a 16 oz soda.

  30. Cherry Grissom says:

    Recipe was easy and delicious. Doubled so I could have one for hubby.

  31. Shannon says:

    It’s wonderfully delicious!

  32. Kim K says:

    Good Smoothie

  33. Jessica says:

    So easy to make and delicious!! One of my favorites! Happy to start the New Year with this one! 🙂

  34. Sandra McGuire says:

    This is a winner, and a great base for going a bit more hard core. It’s nice and sweet, and the pineapple is fantastic for helping my sinuses by clearing some of the inflammation. This time around, I added turmeric, ginger, some hemp seeds, half an avocado, and a stalk of celery. Hubby had it too and loves it.
    Also a great one to try swapping kale for spinach since it’s sweet and lets you cover the kale taste a bit.

  35. Dianna Ebright says:

    Loved my smoothie. It actually turned out more like soft serve ice cream, had to add more water to make thin enough to drink.

  36. Noriko Whittaker says:

    It’s so easy to make and tasted great! I’m new for green smoothies so it’s just right.

  37. Yolanda Moneyhun says:

    This one is a favorite!

  38. FNU Colette Nangah Tadzong says:

    Happy new year to you
    I have already taken my dose of the smoothie for the day, it was creamy and exceptionally good, i enjoyed it
    thanks

  39. Libby says:

    I drink smoothies all the time, but this is my first green smoothie! Not only was it easy to make…It is delicious and the kids even like it!

  40. Naomi says:

    Great smoothie

  41. Beth says:

    Wonderful, refreshing breakfast Even the wee one enjoyed it to “toast” to the new year – brought smiles to our breakfast table!

  42. Cynthia Pring says:

    Delicious Beginner Smoothie! My whole family loves it.

  43. Michelle says:

    Easy, tasty, and sipped up every last drop

  44. Jenny says:

    Great taste.

  45. Judy says:

    This recipe was easy to make and the right consistency, but I found it too sweet, even using one half banana. Also, I did not find it very filling. I added a kale leaf and some ground flax seed, which helped a little.
    I think this recipe is a good start for someone new to green smoothies, but I have made smoothies before and not accustomed to that much sweetness. Definitely not intended for a meal replacement.
    I would try it again with avocado and maybe some protein powder.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Hi Judy! You’re correct, this smoothie recipe, the way it’s written in the post, is not intended to be a meal replacement. You’ll def want to include a healthy fat + plant-based protein in order to make a smoothie meal-replacement worthy! And if you find a smoothie is too sweet for your liking, you can decrease the amount of fruit you add and/or increase the amount of leafy greens. Happy blending!

  46. Carole Stojetz says:

    If this recipe had not been good I wouldn’t have continued!

  47. Esther McKay says:

    Loved this smoothie, refreshing!

  48. Laura Podrasky says:

    It’s so yummy. And truly does give you a buzz of energy. It’ll be a regular in my smoothie repertoire for sure!

  49. Lindy Lincicome says:

    I LOVE this one ! I have digestive problems so I started this a couple of days ago on vacation so I could see what it would do to my system before I go to work. And I started with this one and I just love it it’s so tasty.

  50. Jack and Beverly says:

    Clean refreshing taste. It’s light too. Not heavy like some green smoothies I’ve had.
    I like this first one a lot.

  51. Mary-Walker Hall says:

    I love this recipe! I have a banana allergy, so I substitute avocado and a pitted date for the banana. So yummy! My 2.5 year olds love it too!

  52. Brenda Lewis says:

    Great tasting smoothie! Creamy sweet and ohh so delicious!

  53. Mary says:

    Really yummy and surprisingly sweet.

  54. Jeanette Iuzzolino says:

    This smoothie was so delicious that I can not wait to try all the recipes for this 10 Day Challenge! Thanks so much for sharing and making this a fun adventure.

  55. Jenny says:

    I’m not a mango fan, but this is fabulous! I added some cinnamon just beacause I really like it with pineapple. So good!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      The pineapple and cinnamon combo is one I never think of but now I’m going to have to try it!

  56. Alissabeth says:

    This is my favorite! A great way to start. Citrusy and refreshing, plus the bright green is so inviting. Always a fav on my list!

  57. linda says:

    1st day of the challenge, and what a GREAT kick-off! I’ve done tons of smoothies before, and this one beats them all! Can’t wait to try all the others.

  58. Deborah Smith says:

    So simple yet so delicious!!

  59. Angela says:

    This recipe is great and too sweet. I love that it has very few ingredients.

  60. Nelleke Beats says:

    So delicious tropical and filling. Love this one

  61. Tracy Montgomery says:

    Mango and greens is a favorite combination of mine. Parsley is a nice addition and a great way to use leftover herbs.

  62. Marie Davino says:

    OMG First smoothie is delish! Thank you so much, Day 1 and I am on my way!

  63. Sylvia Pedlar says:

    Used to making a thicker smoothie, pleasantly surprised, this was delicious. Found the spinach definitely needs mixing first!

  64. Tina Migielicz says:

    Perfect green smoothie! Sweet but not too sweet. You can’t even taste the spinach.

  65. Peggy says:

    Made this smoothie with only one banana. My husband and I both loved it! Thanks for the great recipe!

  66. Jane Simpson says:

    Day 1 – Forgot to buy bananas before shops shut for New Year’s Day, and only had a few pieces of frozen banana (with frozen kale), so this is quite dark green. Added pea protein and chia seeds as protein meal replacement. It’s sweet enough so I left out my usual raw honey.

  67. Rebecca Olencki says:

    I had mine for breakfast. Delicious!
    Subbed in avocado because my bananas aren’t quite ripe. Super creamy!

  68. Kathy Curry says:

    This recipe is great. Sweet and delicious. My kids are fans, too!

  69. Amy W says:

    Refreshing. The pineapple really brightens the flavor. Thanks for the recipe. It’s a keeper!

  70. Scott says:

    Just because I feel I need a little extra protein I added a raw egg. Plus I doubled up the spinach and eyeballed the rest. Also added some ice to make it thicker and colder. I’ve been out of the habit of smoothies for a while and this is just what I needed to dust off the ol vitamix.

  71. Nichole says:

    Loved this smoothie! My 8 year old daughters first reaction was ‘Ew spinach!”, but I enticed her to taste it. She then asked for her own!

  72. Carol Ruth says:

    Loved it! beautiful green color, lovely taste and so refreshing

  73. Bonnie Tallaksen says:

    My favorite smoothie. Added a bit of ginger to help me recover from a nasty cold.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      A great addition to an already delicious smoothie!

  74. Ashley Smith says:

    Not too sweet, can’t taste the spinach, nice and filling, and quite refreshing! Love it!

  75. Peg says:

    Always one of my favorites it even goes down well with my uber finicky 9 year old.

  76. Nita says:

    Love the smoothie

  77. Melissa says:

    This is the best green smoothie! It tastes so good, even my husband liked it! I was skeptical about using just water in it but I could really taste the mango and pineapple. I will definitely be blending this up again and again!

  78. Andrea Corbett says:

    Great smoothie!! Easy to make and you’d never know there was spinach in there. De-licious!! And I feel so healthy!

  79. Carolyn says:

    Loved it. I used the pineapple core which I never knew you could. My test run I used grapes and unsweetened vanilla almond milk and it was sweeter but I didn’t miss it.

  80. Lalannie says:

    Never a more appropriate name for a smoothie. This smoothie is so creamy that you completely forget about the ingredients. Not a hint of spinach just pure rich goodness. Would definitely use this recipe to convince others about green smoothies!!

  81. Deborah Gilbert says:

    This was so good. I used almond milk just to beef it up a bit. And I had to swap out banana due to a sensitivity. But I used avocado in its place. It is creamy, and just the right amount of sweet. I really like this one.

  82. Robin Jenchel says:

    Super easy to make. Tastes great. Nice way to start off this challenge.

  83. Cindy says:

    Great way to start a new challenge & a new year. Beginner’s luck is delicious & invigorating! #simplegreensmoothies.

  84. Deborah says:

    I had some roadbumps! I forgot to put pineapple on my shopping list, but I used the substitutions list and added more mango. So I have a smooth green banana mangoee smoothie. I packed my spinach in a measuring cup and my smoothie was super thick so I added more water to get to a texture I liked. Still quite delicious. But my error with the pineapple is why I am only giving it 4 stars, because, I have a hybrid recipe and I am not really rating this one, however, I will try it again.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      When you do get pineapple, try making it again and come back to rate it! We’d love to hear your thoughts on the recipe with the pineapple.

  85. Valerie says:

    Love this one. It’s my go to when I need to rejuvenate

  86. Shelley Lofts says:

    First day smoothie on the 10 day challenge. I did not use the pineapple but substituted for some orange juice and did not use the water. It was quite sweet with no taste of the green spinach. Will make again when I have a nice pineapple.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      We love it when our Rawkstars make adjustments to make the smoothie their own!

  87. Lisl says:

    This is the green smoothie that got me started. It’s my all-time favorite and so quick and easy.

  88. Sheila says:

    Yummy Smoothie! Better than I expected. I changed the almond milk with coconut milk and it was like drinking a pina colada on the beach! I feel really great and excited to know this was a very yummy and healthy smoothie. It is so easy easy for busy people like me always on the go go!

  89. Cathleen Hall says:

    Really good smoothie, great way to start off this challenge. Seems like a lot of calories.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      So glad you like it, Cathleen! The amount of calories in a 16-oz. serving is 203, which is less than 10% of the recommended caloric intake for most adults.

  90. Linda Cross says:

    Can I use frozen Spinach instead of fresh?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Yes, absolutely! A package of frozen spinach is more dense than a container of fresh spinach so you may want to use less than 2 cups. You can play around with the amounts and see what tastes best to you. 🙂

  91. Leontyne says:

    I’m starting the 10 day smoothie challenge soon so I decided to try the simple green smoothie recipe for dinner! It was awesome! It was refreshing and filling! Thanks Jen! Go green!
    Regards,
    Leontyne

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      So glad you loved it! This really is one of the tastiest green smoothies out there!

  92. Sandy Wild says:

    Loved it and I’m full. Thanks!

  93. Sheila manders says:

    I am a Type two diabetic I love to make smoothie I am going to try your green smoothie can you kindly send me a recipe the seven day I will buy your book

  94. Amanda says:

    Love this recipe!! It’s so delicious!!

  95. Nakia Thomas-Ward says:

    Very delicious I thought the color would freak me out, but instead it’s kinda cool well in my baby’s words oooh Mommy it’s pretty lol. Thanks again btw 7 day challenge…. DONE!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      It really is pretty cool isn’t it!! Love that your Baby thinks it’s pretty 🙂 Great job on the 7 day challenge!!!!

  96. Nakia Thomas-Ward says:

    I can rate nor comment on taste until I try it which will be tomorrow morning. Myself and husband will try it together we’re actually going food shopping tonight just so we can prep a head start smoothie and perfect tomorrow morning. We’ll then snap a pic and leave a comment. So here’s to health, healthy eating and healthy living.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      We really hope you love this recipe!! It is my families favorite smoothie to drink on a daily basis.

      We cannot wait to hear how much you love this recipe!!

  97. Claire says:

    I loved the smoothie. Used Mandarin oranges instead of pineapple. Should have used ice cubes for water since I like it cold.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Also if you use frozen fruit that helps make it colder as well. Depending on your blender the ice cubes might dull the blades.

  98. Rani says:

    Thank you for sharing the simple and very healthy smoothie recipe. Can this be kept in refrigerator to drink later

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Rani,

      Yes our recipes hold up in the fridge for up to 3 days. Just make sure to have it in an air tight container, give it a little shake and you are good to go!

  99. SoYu says:

    I have tried “best” smoothies before and they did not deliver. After checking over the ingredients list and directions, I thought “why not… I have to use up the spinach and this last poor banana isnt getting any less ripe”. (I had some chunked peaches and mango in the freezer for baking muffins later too!) I am glad I did. THIS IS ACTUALLY GOOD! Thank you for the simple recipe and more for the guidelines! I can drink this – even if it is with my eyes shut to block out the green!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      You are welcome! I am so happy that you loved this smoothie. Although I am not surprised because it is that delicious!!

  100. Jennifer D says:

    Wow! A smoothie that is creamy and tasty without any dairy or fruit juice. My tummy thanks you!

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