Tropical pineapple mint green smoothie recipe

Pineapple Mint Smoothie

6.2.2020

Jump to Recipe Plant-Based Recipes • Pineapple Mint Smoothie Sweet. Soothing. Refreshing. Hydrating. This Pineapple Mint Smoothie happens to be my literary agent’s favorite recipe of all time. If you close your eyes while sipping it down, you might even teleport to a poolside bar and think it’s a pineapple mojito. (You wouldn’t be the […]

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Sweet. Soothing. Refreshing. Hydrating. This Pineapple Mint Smoothie happens to be my literary agent’s favorite recipe of all time. If you close your eyes while sipping it down, you might even teleport to a poolside bar and think it’s a pineapple mojito. (You wouldn’t be the first!)

How to make this Mint Smoothie

Head to the grocery store and gather the following fruits, leafy greens and herbs to create this delicious mint smoothie. No matter where you serve it, this juicy, sweet pineapple smoothie is amazing. It’s the perfect summer drink to cool down, hydrate and feel amazing!

Kale: The king of the leafy green family, kale is packed with fiber and phytonutrients that our body loves

Coconut Water: This is the most hydrating liquid base out there. I love using it as a post workout smoothie or on a hot day.

Pineapple: This natural sweetener turns this healthy smoothie into a decadent poolside cooler.

Lime: Fresh limes make the most vibrant flavors and can be blended effortlessly into a mint smoothie.

Mint: This herb is a natural stimulant, which can help your perk up during a painfully slow afternoon, or even give you a healthy jolt before you head to the gym.

If you’re not a fan of kale in your smoothies but want to be, this is a good one to start with. The pineapple and coconut water make it very sweet. The kale flavor ends up being very mild. Let me put it this way, normally my kids don’t like kale in their smoothies, but this Pineapple Mint Smoothie went down the hatch nice and easy.

Turn this Smoothie into a Cocktail

Yep, you heard me right. You can totally add a splash of rum to this smoothie and transform it into a pineapple mojito with a healthy twist.

For more mint smoothie recipes, check out these:

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Pineapple Mint Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 smoothie 1x
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

Friends will keep coming back for more when you serve up this refreshingly sweet pineapple mint smoothie. This green smoothie recipe is a great way to introduce others to the world of kale!


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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh kale
  • 1 cup coconut water
  • 1 1/2 cups pineapple
  • ¼ cup fresh mint leaves
  • Juice of 1 lime

Instructions

  1. Blend kale and coconut water until smooth.
  2. Add remaining ingredients, and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

Notes

*Use frozen fruit to make smoothie cold.

Keywords: mojito smoothie

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  1. Nora Long says:

    The most refreshing smoothie I have ever had, I will definitely do this again.

  2. Jenn L says:

    Fresh and very minty – like a pineapple mojito smoothie! Mine was very frothy for some reason.

  3. andrea rumble says:

    this one was suprisingly refreshing i wasnt sure how this would go over on my taste buds but once i took my first sip, i was hooked…def gonna keep this one in my rotation.

  4. Karina says:

    So yummy!

  5. Rebecca Starkey says:

    The pinapple and mint worked beautifully together. Enjoyed the freshness. One of my favorites from the challenge!

  6. Mary B says:

    The mint was really refreshing. I was a little dubious but loved it.

  7. Bonnie Primm says:

    Yummy!! Tasty!! Refreshing!!!

  8. Sarah says:

    This is a very refreshing smoothie. It was perfect to take on my hike and helped to fuel me to follow my passion and reach my goals.

  9. April R Eckert says:

    Super refreshing! The mint and lime were a perfect addition.

  10. Sara says:

    Yes! This smoothie reminds me of down south!! It’s so tropical and fresh! I used my own fresh mint from our garden and it was so refreshing! So summer-y! I also love lime so I was excited to see that was in the smoothie! Can’t wait to make this one again!! Amazing!

  11. Julie says:

    Day 6! This was a fun and refreshing smoothie. I started growing my own mint during this time of “safer at home” in Florida so it was fun to use it in a smoothie. Had never considered that. And today was the day when my husband finally got a little interested in what I was doing and had this smoothie with me and LOVED it. Said it’s been his favorite so far.

  12. Annette says:

    Wow! I’d never used mint before and it made this smoothie so refreshing. I’ll definitely make it again. And lime. I’m so used to using lemon. Different but delicious!

  13. Youlanda Jennings says:

    Pineapple mint smoothie was delicious, I thought that it was going to be minty, but it was great. Don’t let the mint scent fool you

  14. Clara says:

    This smoothie is quite yummy! I was very pleasantly surprised how the lime in the smoothie complimented the sweetness of the pineapple. Very refreshing! This will become one of my favorites!

  15. Holly P. says:

    I was hesitant about adding the mint…but I did it…and it was GOOOOOOOD! 🙂 Loved the lime too!!!

  16. Rosalie says:

    I love all the components of this smoothies, but I think the lime and pineapple together just led it to be too acidic and sweet for me. My fiancé loved it though, so I’ll probably be making it again 🙂

  17. Dora Suarez says:

    A mocktail to keep. I love this blend, finally got a hold of the mint – a must for this recipe.
    I rimmed my glass with a bit of lime and sea salt, all I need is the tiki hut and beach.
    Perfect Summer time cooler.

  18. Elle Wood says:

    I opted for spinach instead of kale. I’m not a huge mint person, so I only used one leaf from the garden. After making my palette preferences this smoothie was very good.

  19. Adele Restrepo says:

    I may have added too much kale, but this one tasted too green for me. I ended up adding half a banana and ginger to make it better.

  20. Jalisa S says:

    This is my favorite smoothie by far! The mint and watermelon combination is amazing! It was very refreshing after taking a walk in this Texas HEAT! I LOVE THIS SMOOTHIE!!!

  21. Azizah Hanif says:

    yummy i love it, my husband approved too

  22. Jackie Fehrenbacher says:

    I loved everything about this smoothie. I didn’t change anything avoid this recipe. I used my mint from the garden. I absolutely loved how you can taste the mint, pineapple and lime in this smoothie. You taste every ingredient in the smoothie recipe. Definitely will make this smoothie again.

  23. Jessie says:

    I used fresh mint and lettuce from our garden, which made this smoothie even better. The pineapple and mint were a delicious combo. I love this smoothie!

  24. Andrea says:

    The mint and pineapple in this smoothie were perfect for a hot day. It cooled me off and quenched my thirst. I added a little coconut milk and water because my frozen pineapple wouldn’t blend without some liquid. It was reminiscent of a piña colada!

  25. Dawn says:

    For my Day 6 Challenge, this Pineapple Mint Smoothie was so delicious! The Mint! Fresh from my garden! The frozen pineapple gave it the cool, slushy experience! I will definitely make this again!

  26. Hilde Johansen says:

    Not a favorite here. Switched the mint for parsley.. Might try it again without herbs! =)

  27. Pam Izzo says:

    This is my best smoothie of challenge so far. Love the mint in the smoothie. Didn’t think I would but love it. Not the fake mint flavor in gum,,etc. Fresh mint is great.

  28. Marilynn Hession says:

    This one was sooooooooo good! I love the minty smoothies.

  29. Meagan Lee says:

    This was so delicious and refreshing! I used fresh pineapple and my smoothie was all foamy at the top and that made it quite fun. I drank this post hike.

  30. Tam Tam says:

    Adding Mint gave it a great touch!

  31. Jennetta T says:

    I took this one on a hike with me. The mint wasn’t overpowering and the kale wasn’t too bad. I really prefer spinach, but I’m willing to stretch a little and try something new. This is a good one!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Love that you chose to try something new. Way to get out of your comfort zone! 🙂

  32. Daniella G Brissett says:

    This was very refreshing , it came out super smooth and bright green, but I did forget the mint but still good

  33. Anita says:

    Tasty and refreshing.

  34. Bonnie says:

    Makes me feel like I’m sitting poolside even though I live in a super small country town! This is my 2nd favorite smoothie! Super yummy..I love the flavor the kale adds.

  35. Kira says:

    The mint images this so fresh and the pineapple adds the perfect sweetness. Summer in a glass!

  36. Rovey says:

    This smoothie is a little surprising for me, I can’t taste the mint ( I might have put a little less). I used mix kale salad and frozen pineapple, added chia seed, hemp hearts and flaxseed. Love it.

  37. Laura peters says:

    Really loved the flavour of this one!!! One of my faves yet.

  38. Darlene says:

    Yummm!!

  39. Christina says:

    Very cleansing of the palette the mint was delicious and I added jicama yummy

  40. Jess says:

    A little tart but good! Love mint!

  41. Taylor Gonzalez says:

    Love Love Love this smoothie recipe! I just made it and was so delicious and refreshing! I am a big fan of pineapple but the coconut water, mint, and lime juice all went very nicely together!

  42. Cindy Savage says:

    4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating… Pineapple Mint Smoothie was the perfect Smoothie to help me get my Saturday “Mojito” on!!!! Totally loving all the smoothies in this current 10 Day Green Smoothie Challenge!!! ♥️

  43. Sophia Allison says:

    Totally loved this, one of my all time favs now. Tasted like I was sipping a Pina Colada on the beach

  44. Deborah says:

    This one was just blah for me. I can’t really give it a fair rating. I don’t like kale so I used spinach. I don’t like mint so I just left it out. What I did like however, was the beautiful art the smoothie created in the glass as it separated. You can see that happening in the blog post pictures.

  45. Julie Quinn says:

    Really liked this one. First time for a kale smoothie. No coconut water on hand today so I just used water and used the fruit and juice of the lime. It’s a little chunky but good. Maybe I’ll add a banana to it next time or rum.

  46. Kimberly S Robinson says:

    This was a nice breakfast on the go for a busy Saturday. I didn’t have quite enough pineapple (or mint), so I added a little bit of frozen mango to make it nice and slushy. Wish I could’ve added the splash of rum, but that wouldn’t have gone well at work. (Next time I’m relaxing at home, I’ll do that, with a touch more mint.) I did find it a bit sweet, but that is likely due to the added mango.

  47. Jennifer A. says:

    Good flavor, but man was this tart! I’m not fond of mint, so I substituted cilantro. My lime yielded 1/4 cup of juice, and I’m thinking maybe half of that would have been plenty. Since the size of produce can vary so greatly, I like it when recipes give actual measurements! I had to add a banana to help tone down the tartness.

  48. Kim says:

    This one’s a keeper! The pineapple and coconut flavors together are delicious.

  49. Betsy Spinosa says:

    Love the mix of lemon and mint! So refreshing!!!!

  50. AnnMarie says:

    Absolutely loved the mint. Great smoothie!

  51. Sarah says:

    The perfect smoothie to take on a hike. I’m not a huge mint fan but I’m in love with this smoothie.

  52. Samantha says:

    Very refreshing, but is it possible I added too much mint – maybe. I used a peach-pineapple blend I had on hand and added peanut butter and oats to bulk it up.

  53. Trudy Richardson says:

    This smoothie was heavenly. I rate it five stars. I love pineapple and love mint so it was wonderful. This recipe was definitely a keeper. I have my own mint plant so I see this recipe being used a huge amount. It is refreshing, a nice relaxing drink. I added sprouted pumpkin seeds and acai powder to gain some more nutrients; protein, iron, magnesium and antioxidants. This recipe is a keeper!! My favorite alcoholic beverage is mojitos and this is somewhat similar.

  54. Eri says:

    This is my first time putting mint in green smoothies. I loved it!! Very cooling refreshing flavor. This smoothie reminded me of Mojito:) I have to say this is my 2nd favorite so far!

  55. Alysha Filer says:

    AMAZING!!! Probably one of my favourites of the 10 day challenge! I used spinach because I have never enjoyed kale (no matter how hard I try). My 9yo ran out to get fresh mint from our garden and we used fresh lime. I use smoothies as a breakfast meal replacement but forgot to add my oats and almond butter so I was able to try this with and without and let me tell you … amazing both ways!!!

  56. Kathy Overstreet says:

    OMG my absolute fav of all! This will be in my regular rotation from now on!

    #Rawk On!!!

  57. Tina says:

    Delicious! The pineapple and mint are the perfect combination. I need to start using coconut water more often in my smoothies.

  58. Laura says:

    I was very surprised that I liked this! I’m not a huge mint fan, but it was masked by the pineapple and lime, lol. Tasty and refreshing!

  59. Cristina Ribeiro says:

    Very mild tasting, was it because I froze the mint? Oops! Forgot to add lime juice, , can you add lemon juice. I did add protein powder, masked fruit taste? And added chia and flax seeds

  60. Amy says:

    Simple & very refreshing with the mint as I already love pineapple & spinach! A nice, light option & change from my usual almond milk/yogurt based smoothies. Happy to hear from the comments that it can aid in weight-loss as well! Will be starting my mornings with this one for a while! Thanks for sharing!

  61. Jen Hansard says:

    This recipe is so refreshing! I love how it just feels like summer and energizes me.

  62. Reid says:

    Didn’t see a calorie count…any idea?

  63. Jenn says:

    Hi, I’m brand new to smoothies. I’d like to work my way up to kale as so far I hate it would fresh spinach be a suitable alternative?

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hi Jenn,

      Yes, you can totally swap in spinach! We love changing up our recipes, so never hesitate to swap out one leafy green for another! Also, not a fan of kale? Have you tried baby kale? It’s packed with the same nutrition as it’s more mature version, but it’s milder in flavor + blends great!

  64. Liz Swan says:

    I made one of these once. I used Maca to give it a nice boost 😉

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Liz,

      Yum! We love the energy + nutrient boost we get from adding maca powder to our green smoothies!

  65. Vanessa says:

    I have purchased smoothie books etc in an attempt to encourage my child to eat more greens, fiber, beneficial enzymes etc that supports our probiotic intake and avoids dairy (I’m a Chiropractor with a Masters degree in Nutrition and human performance with teaching experience in functional nutrition so I’m a bit passionate on this). My child has avoided most green smoothies and thought they were ‘too weird’. He continued to request this smoothie and it is a first! I’ve never left a comment on a site before but this thrilled me so much I wanted to share my experience with other parents who may be struggling as well. Thank you!!!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Vanessa,

      WAHOO!! We’re so excited to hear your son is loving this recipe and fueling his body with healthy ingredients + plenty of leafy greens.

      Thank you so much for reaching out + sharing!!

  66. markhaddin says:

    Enjoy the new green pineapple smoothie and its cool tropical flavor.

  67. Amy says:

    Hi, I was wondering what could use instead of cocunut water? I don’t care for that stuff! An also is this a good one for losing weight??

    Thanks, Amy

  68. Victoria says:

    I am trying to find smoothie recipes I can make ahead of time for “individual frozen smoothie packs”.. Have you ever tried that with this recipe?

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Victoria,

      Looking to pre-blend and freeze our recipes! Go for it!! We suggest storing your pre-blended smoothies in an airtight freezer-safe container. When you’re ready to enjoy, simply thaw your green smoothie in the refrigerator the night before. Because none of our recipes have yucky additives or stabilizers, separation is completely natural, simply give you smoothie a quick shake before enjoying.

      We also love to prep our smoothies to make morning blending even easier. Check out our tips here…

      https://simplegreensmoothies.com/plant-based-diet/frozen-smoothie-packs

      Cheers 🙂

  69. Joy oladimeji says:

    Just made it, God bless you

  70. Kent says:

    Hi!. I have taken up the 30days challenge. Sorry this might be a silly question, on your recipe it says 2 cups of kale. Do you compact the kale into the cups?. I normally just get 2 stalks or should i say 2 leave from stem. They are about 20 to 30cm each leave. Would that be enough? . I am think that i might not be putting enough green leaf for smoothies. Never as green as your pictures. But i do add a fair bit into my juice. Kale, Celery, Chia, Raw almond, an apple, carrot and blueberries minimum.

  71. fany says:

    Hi! i do really interested to try this recipe. but can I use spinach instead of Kale? since I live in Indonesia so Kale it’s kinda hard to find. and I have dried mint leaves. can I use it to substitute fresh mint leaves? thanks!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Fany,

      Of course! We love switching up our leafy greens! Use what’s available and local to your area! And just remember – because of their more intense concentrated flavor, dried herbs can be substituted for fresh herbs at a ratio of 1 to 3.

      Cheers 🙂

  72. meaninc says:

    This is a tasty smoothie. I was a little hesitant to try it. I love the crispness of the pineapple and lime juice together. I didn’t have mint, so I used Cilantro instead. I’m so excited for November 3rd and all of the tasty new recipes the book contains.

  73. Melissa says:

    Do I have to use coconut water? I have almond milk and fat free milk and plain greek yogurt that I usually use in my smoothies.

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Melissa,

      You definitely don’t! I will admit, we love our recipes the way they are, but please don’t feel like you need to follow them to a T! They’re here to inspire you! Swap in another liquid base you enjoy more!

      Cheers 🙂

  74. Lisa Karnish says:

    Excellent! Frozen pineapple and a few ice cubes for a hot summer day! Healthy Mojito!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Lisa,

      Our thoughts exactly! This is the perfect green smoothie for a hot summer day!

      Cheers 🙂

  75. Alina says:

    Hi, this one turned out so chunky and fibrous for me – a first with the smoothies from this site. Is it because of the fibrous pineapple – I have a regular Kitchen Aid blender, and while it works fine with the other smoothies I’ve tried, I think it met its match in this one. No matter how long I blended, the final mix never really got homogenized. I wonder if this one needs a banana?

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Alina,

      Thanks for reaching out! Did you use fresh or frozen pineapple? Like you said, the fibrous pineapple can sometimes be tough on your blender, and using frozen pineapple is a great way to get around the pineapple’s texture! If you bought fresh, I love cutting up the pineapple, laying it out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper in the freezer, and then once it’s frozen, store the pineapple in an airtight container.

      Hope this helps!

  76. Fions says:

    I used spinach instead of Kale, because Kale was dare. I love it, very very nice.
    Thank you for giving us the recipes.

  77. Poppy says:

    Hi Jadah and Jen, I am from South Africa and definately going on this. I have not tried but going to start as in yesterday. Will communicate on the progress and the benefits thereof.

    Wishing you guys all the luck.

    Poppy

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Welcome Poppy! We’re so excited to have you blendin’ with us! Please let us know if you have any questions along the way! 🙂

  78. Marianne Widmer says:

    Hello from Denmark. I just love your green smoothies. They taste delicious

  79. Isabelle says:

    I usually do not like lemon, but…Miam Miam, this one is delicious…

  80. LOUISE says:

    just made this with frozen peaches and kale…no mint so used cinnamon…yummy…great way to TGIF!!

  81. Tim says:

    Hi does this give a smooth or ‘fiber’ drink and what blender/juicer do I need? A nutribullet? Thanks

  82. Alison says:

    Can I use coconut milk instead of water? Thanks

  83. Joan Zakhour says:

    Hi. I have been making smoothies for a full week now and I lost 2 pounds! I love it! I bought too much mint and dried the remainder. Can I use the dried mint in recipes, or does it have less nutrients than the fresh?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Joan.

      Thanks for the comment. We would prefer using fresh, but if dried is what you have on hand, feel free to try it. Hopefully you blender can get it nice and smoothie without dried chunks.

    • misty says:

      Hey Joan! You should consider growing your own mint. It’s so easy to grow. I keep it in a large pot on my patio. It grows like crazy with hardly any attention. So now i have out fresh, organic mint whenever needed. I never run out, it makes every smoothie better, and it seems like it keeps bugs away! Give it a try!

      • SGS Rawkstar says:

        Hi Misty,

        Great suggestion! I just planted some outside of my kitchen window, it’s perfect for adding mint to my smoothies, teas, or pretty much anything (I can’t get enough mint during these summer months!).

        Cheers!
        Amanda, SGS Rawkstar

  84. Alex says:

    Just wondering with Kale do you remove the leafy part from the stock? and is it easier to chop it up to measure the correct amounts?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Alex.

      We tend to leave most of the stock for blending, but feel free to groom any large stock off before measuring and blending.

  85. Keshia says:

    I’m new to green smoothies and i just made this one today. All I can say is YUM. I can’t wait to try another recipe.

  86. Stacie says:

    This was a great smoothie. I used organic shredded coconut flakes in a pinch and it turned out great.

  87. Ali says:

    I’m allergic to pineapple. What is a good alternative to it? I would love to try this one!

  88. MJ says:

    My boyfriend and I have been replicating 2 meals a day with your smoothies and this one is BY FAR my favorite! I use all of the “meat” of the lime, though- not just the juice. I also like using a little less fruit and a bit more veggies just to keep carbs/sugar down.

  89. Sue Hunt says:

    Arugula was mentioned in an early reply. I wouldn’t use it with pineapple, but it does go really well with mango & coconut water.

  90. Patti says:

    I just bought a blendtec yesterday at Costco and made my first green smoothie…I LOVE it! I was wondering if anyone has ever used Arugula? Just curious. I love spinach, kale and swiss chard but I live in the south so there are always lots of greens like mustard and collard greens. I grew up in the northeast so I never had these. Any feedback on these?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Patti.

      Arugula is very strong and spicy. I would slowly add it to your green smoothies.

      Cheers. 🙂

  91. Brooke says:

    Was just wondering if you could use spinach instead of kale as I don’t have any kale and really want to try this soon

  92. Vanessa says:

    Hello. Is there a substitute that can be used in place if the coconut water?

  93. Alaina says:

    Hi! So I just made this, but with spinach and no other ingredients were frozen except for the spinach leaves. It turned out to be more of a juice than a smoothie, and most of the drink is like fuzzy at the top instead of it just being juice. Did I do something wrong? It also tastes a bit bitter…is it because of the spinach??

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hi Alaina.

      Sometimes lime juice can be bitter. Next time I would suggest using frozen pineapple and less lime juice. Hope that helps. 🙂

  94. Alisa says:

    To make my smoothie a meal replacement I add a half cup of oatmeal. One morning I didn’t have any kale or spinach..so I thinking what am I going to use– frozen broccoli. Smoothies are addicting!!!

  95. Cassie says:

    What could you put in this to make it more filling as a breakfast substitute?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Cassie! 🙂

      If you drink green smoothies as meal replacements, make sure to add a protein boost (plant-based protein powder, nut milk, nut butter), or snack on some nuts or a hard-boiled egg 30-60 minutes after you drink your green smoothie.

      https://simplegreensmoothies.com/plant-based-diet/protein-powder-for-smoothies

    • Melanie says:

      Hello! to eat a smoothie for breakfast I add a couple of spoons of hemp hearts or soy or almond milk or even soft tofu for a full meal replacement.

      • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

        Hey Melanie.

        Thanks for the comment. We recommend staying away from highly-processed soy products which can interfere with nutrient absorption and leach nutrients from your body. Small amounts of organic, non-GMO soy are fine.

  96. Karen says:

    Made this yesterday as my first green smoothie! I froze the pineapple so it was like a beautiful yummy slushie! Soooooo good! I used baby kale also and did it in my food processor! It worked really well, still had little pieces but I was happy with the consistency. I just got ingredients for 2 smoothies, so also the mango ginger immune support. Can’t wait to try that one today!

  97. Constance says:

    Trying this today. Can’t wait

  98. Chris E. says:

    I’ve been a “Rawkstar” since I got hooked during July’s 30 day challenge. I’ve tried them all and this one is one of the best! So refreshing! Perfect for the afternoon smoothie or for an evening treat. Served up cold in my insulated Tervis Tumbler and I’m in smoothie heaven!!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey RAWkstar Chris! Thanks for the feedback! 🙂 Happy to hear you enjoy the Pineapple Mojito! 🙂

  99. Can I change kale with other vegetables? any recommendation? Thanks

  100. Cristina says:

    It’s delicious. My husband and i loved it.

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