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Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

9.2.2014

Jump to Recipe Plant-Based Recipes • Smoothies • Spinach Pineapple Smoothie One of the most popular recipes is our Spinach Pineapple Smoothie, which we fondly call the Pineapple Upside Down Cake or Pineapple Dream in our smoothie recipe app, Daily Blends It’s that good! Before you run from the sight of spinach—give this a shot…. […]

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One of the most popular recipes is our Spinach Pineapple Smoothie, which we fondly call the Pineapple Upside Down Cake or Pineapple Dream in our smoothie recipe app, Daily Blends It’s that good!

Before you run from the sight of spinach—give this a shot…. TRUST ME! This smoothie tastes amazing and has some added health perks that you prob could enjoy.

While we love the cake this smoothies is based on, sipping on our version of the classic dessert means you’re nourishing your body with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Psst – come closer! Can we tell you something else? We think it tastes even better than the cake!

Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

This Spinach Pineapple Smoothie is a winner for these simple reasons:

No wonder it’s such a favorite with our fellow green smoothie lovers!

 

Nutrients & Vitamins in Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

Did you know cherries are one of the top antioxidant-rich foods you can eat? They also contain 260 mg of potassium per one cup serving. Not to mention the calcium, Vitamin C, iron, and even protein. Pretty sweet! If you swap out sweet cherries for tart cherries, you’ll be getting even more nutritional benefits. Tart cherries are known to help with muscle recovery and soreness, and may even help you sleep better if consumed near bedtime.

Sweet Cherries

We love the frozen organic tart or sweet cherries from Costco – they’re not always available, so stock up when you find them! Check out your grocer’s freezer section when fresh cherries aren’t available. Most well-stocked markets carry frozen cherries.

Bananas

We’re bananas about all the potassium in bananas. They are a great natural sweetener and also make this smoothie extra creamy.

Spinach

Spinach is one of our favorite leafy greens to blend. Iron-rich spinach also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B9 (folate), C, and K, as well as many minerals: manganese, magnesium, iron, copper, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc. Spinach per pound is also high in protein. So don’t be afraid to make that handful a big one!

Pineapple

Pineapple is another smoothie staple. We love that it’s available all year long and adds natural sweetness to our green smoothies. But we also love that pineapple is full of Vitamin C, dietary fiber, and bromelain, an enzyme that can naturally help eliminate abdominal bloating.

What Kind of Almond Milk Should Be Used in Smoothies?

We prefer using a high-quality, preferably organic, unsweetened almond milk. This allows us to control the amount of sugar in the smoothie and the level of sweetness.

If you have the time and resources to do so, the best option is making our DIY Almond Milk. It’s rich, creamy, and absolutely heavenly. Store-bought Almond milk contains more water per cup of almonds and often includes other additives, gums, and stabilizers. If you can’t or don’t want to tolerate any of those, making your own is the way to go.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake Green Smoothie on a cake table

Ingredient Substitutions for the Spinach Pineapple Smoothie

Some rawkstars in our community are allergic to certain ingredients. Common ones include bananas, nuts, coconut, pineapple, and kiwi. Or, some simply don’t care for a certain fruit. We get it! That’s why we have some substitution ides for you.

If you can’t have or don’t like almond milk…use any non-dairy milk you can tolerate. We recommend coconut or hemp milk for an ultra creamy smoothie. Learn more about the best liquid bases for smoothies here.

Pineapple can typically be swapped with other tropical fruits like mango, or stone fruit like peaches, nectarines, plums, or apricots.

Cherries can be subbed with other stone fruits or any berry that you like best.

When it comes to leafy greens, we love switching things up! Try more mild greens to allow the fruit flavors to shine through. We recommend baby kale or chard for this smoothie.

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake Green Smoothie

Pineapple Upside Down Cake Smoothie

  • Author: Simple Green Smoothies
  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2
  • Total Time: 5
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: Breakfast, Drinks
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: Healthy

Description

This indulgent spinach pineapple smoothie is full of fruity flavor and tastes even better than the cake. YES! Plus it’s loaded with fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a real treat!


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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened)
  • 1/2 cup pineapple
  • 1/2 cup cherries (pitted)
  • 1/2 banana

Instructions

  1. Blend spinach and almond milk until smooth.
  2. Add remaining ingredients, and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

Notes

*Use at least one frozen fruit to make smoothie cold. Cherries can be substituted with berries.

Keywords: spinach pineapple smoothie, green smoothie, pineapple smoothie

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  1. Susan says:

    This was really filling!
    A wonderful thick smoothie!!

  2. FNU Colette says:

    Very delicious, not too sweet
    I replaced banana with avocado as I don’t tolerate the sweetness of banana,
    I loved it, thanks

  3. Judy says:

    I substituted kale for half of the greens and threw in some sprigs of cilantro. Also, I used 1/4 avocado and it wasn’t quite sweet or creamy enough. Then I added 1/3 banana, and it was a little too sweet but still not creamy enough, and I did not want to add more fat. . I think it might be better with 10-12 ounces of almond or another plant based milk. It may have also been my green additions and substitutions. I noticed the brown color too.

  4. Jo Anne Deshon says:

    This is my favorite recipe because I always have spinach and bananas in the house and I usually have pineapple. It’s so easy and delicious! A great way to start the challenge!

  5. Joy says:

    I substituted blueberries for cherries because I don’t like cherries and added a little flax seed. I found this one to be bland. I prefer a sweeter smoothie. Usually, I add a crave-blocking powder and it is sweetened, but I did not add it to this smoothie.

  6. Nichole says:

    Enjoyed this very much! I added protein powder and coconut oil to make it a meal replacement.

  7. Chantel DeMill says:

    This is my favorite so far! Love the combo if the sweeter cherries and the tart pineapple. Yum!!!

  8. Lisa says:

    Very tasty! The color put me off a little then I reminded myself that looks can be deceiving and I loved it.

  9. Raquel says:

    Love the flavor! It wasn’t tart or sweet. Color was a little yucky looking but great flavor.

  10. Jeannette Pepin says:

    My favorite so far! Very sweet and creamy. Will definitely make this again.

  11. Lynn says:

    Loved the green color -then the cherries joined the party… brown but delish!

  12. Teresa S. says:

    Loved it!! Good taste… loved cherries⭐️

  13. Jessica Colley says:

    I really liked this one! I think I put too many cherries but overall I loved it!!

  14. Linda G says:

    Really liked this one. I added 1 tbs of ground flaxseed which made it seem grittier (maybe a mental thing). This one had good flavor.

  15. Gloria says:

    Day 3 nailed it.
    Pineapple Dream is so refreshing.

  16. Yolanda Moneyhun says:

    I thought this one would be very good looking at the ingredients but, it is phenomenAl have liked the least so far. Mine isn’t green it turned out a nice purplish color. It’s a little too sweet for me.

  17. Linda says:

    Day 3 – I had to swap strawberries for cherries and I added chia seeds and coconut oil but it would not blend so I had to add alot more Almond milk so it was not as flavorful. It was still good. I believe because everything was frozen

  18. Robin Westmiller says:

    Couldn’t find cherries – used a berry blend that also had blueberries and kale – It’s called “Pineapple Dream” in the Challenge. It’s ok, but not one of my favorites

  19. Jamie says:

    This one is the family favorite so far! Didn’t switxh anything out just added some hemp seeds to it. Yummy!

  20. Brittany J. says:

    I’ve tried this smoothie with almond milk before and it was ok. This time I used coconut milk and it is amazing! It has a pretty balanced flavor so you can savor every sip.

  21. Robin says:

    Super yummy.

  22. Precious says:

    Very tasty, one of my boys tried to claim it as his when he saw I left it sitting on the counter. My other son said the banana overpowered everything so I may have to only use 1/4 of a banana for his, lol.

  23. Jennifer J says:

    Super creamy from the banana and filling with the addition on chia seeds. This was delicious and one I plan to work into my smoothie recipes!

  24. Rameca says:

    Yup pretty good 13 yr old said it was too sweet.. so that may have been my fault with the cherries I used..lol but she drank it anyway.. 6 yr old drunk his in less than 5 min..so that’s that.. everyone was happy..lol

  25. Bonnie Tallaksen says:

    Sweet and yummy. Added ginger to settle my stomach.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Bonnie, I love fresh ginger when my stomach isn’t happy. And I bet it added a nice kick to the smoothie!

  26. Josie Martiniello says:

    Love this smoothie…one of my favourites. We made a couple of substitutions: coconut milk and raspberries and it was amazing. I will definitely be adding this one to my collections.

  27. Laura says:

    This was really tasty! I thought it’d be really sweet with the pineapple, but it wasn’t! The cherries were nice too. I added a little more almond milk, since it was a little thick, but overall it was super tasty! My husband said it was his favorite so far of the 3 days we’ve done the smoothie challenge!

  28. Andrea says:

    I love this smoothie!! Very refreshing. I don’t find it too sweet. Maybe the almond milk balances the sweetness of cherries and pineapple. Really delicious!

  29. Kristin says:

    LOVED this one. I have been doing SGS for years and first time using this recipe. Will add it my rotation,

  30. Amy says:

    Only tasted the banana. Couldn’t detect any pineapple or cherries. If you can get past the dark grey color, it’s ok. Not one I would repeat.

  31. Deborah Gilbert says:

    This is creamy and sweet. I even used avocado instead of banana.

    I added a bit more almond milk because it helps my cheap blender with the fruit. But it is still thick and delicious.

  32. CJ says:

    So far a favorite. I love cherries in my smoothie but have never combined them with other fruits. This one was sweet, without being overly so. I’m not a big fan of banana, but if is masked by the other flavors.

  33. Jeanette says:

    This smoothie was definitely thick and creamy. The taste is ok but not one of my favorites but still likeable

  34. Nidia Gago says:

    Pinapple heaven

  35. Amber says:

    Love this smoothie!!!

  36. Hilde says:

    Its good! I added lemon, changed the almond milk for a mix of water and cow milk, and didnt have bananas or avocados and didnt feel like adding mango this time, so looking forward trying it again soon with a tiny bit of either banana or avocado =)
    Almost didn’t taste the cherries though. Might need to add more next time..

  37. Carolyn says:

    Love this. I added extra spinach and it was still sweet enough for me. Happy to see it was under 200 calories.

  38. Lalannie Knoll says:

    Tastes like ice cream. What a flavorful combination!
    Have never had cherries in a smoothie and now I’m converted. So good and yummy!!

  39. Marie Davino says:

    Love the cherries in this smoothie! Day three, and I am loving it. Prep is easy, recipes are yummy, thank you!!

  40. Nayna says:

    Damn that was tropical and smooth

  41. SHEILA says:

    I love love love this smoothie….. I exchanged the almond milk for unsweetened coconut milk and it was just perfect. I wish I had doubled up on this one because I would have it again tomorrow. I was a little worried about the cherries being too much but it was really the perfect blend. A must try!

  42. Shelley Lofts says:

    Has this smoothie got another name Pineapple Dream from 2020 10 day smoothie challenge?

    Anyway this tasted just OK for me. Could be the pineapple I had though, as sometimes they do not have much flavour. I also added in hemp seed and avocado to make the smoothie into a meal replacement. Might try again when I have a sweeter pineapple.

  43. Jenny Smith says:

    Made this for day 2 of the 10-day challenge and it’s so delicious! Thank you for another winning recipe.

  44. Ca says:

    Really really good, best one so far. I subbed the kale for spinach.

  45. Theresa says:

    Enjoyed this one very much…good to the last drop! I am fascinated by the different blends of fruit and greens. This smoothie was refreshing! #simplegreensmoothies

  46. Valerie W says:

    I wasn’t sure about this one, but decided to try it as so many seem to love it. It’s better than I expected, but not one of my favorites. I used coconut milk, as listed in the 30-day smoothie challenge, but think I would like it better with almond milk.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Valerie,

      I’m so glad that you decided to still try this recipe out and that it was better than you thought it was gonna be!

      Some people prefer the almond milk over coconut milk so I think that will definitely make a difference for you.

      Cheers!

  47. Tiffany says:

    I LOVED this smoothie, one of many of my favorites love pineapples so I knew this would be delicious

  48. Carys says:

    Love this one!! It is so good! We will definitely be making this one again!

  49. Darlene says:

    Simply devine! My favorite so far!

  50. Neal says:

    Didnt really like this one tbh. I used kale instead of spinach and maybe it needed a little lemon juice to offset that, Also my banana was not the ripest. I will give it another try but todays one was just ok.

  51. Shari C says:

    This was delightful and will be in my regular rotation of smoothies!

  52. Martha Coleman says:

    So good I love it.

  53. Mireille says:

    Love this combo so much!!

  54. Sandra Simkins says:

    One of my favorites! Pineapple Upside Down Cake
    My second attempt to make it was the best !
    I switched canned coconut milk for coconut milk in tetra pack. I also used a different greens blend. Delicious

  55. Anita says:

    Ah okay, two stars

  56. Bethany Vines says:

    I thought I was really going to like this one, but I didn’t love it. I tasted too much banana. Maybe my banana was too ripe? I’ll have to try it again sometime.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Bethany,

      I’m sorry you didn’t love this one. Sometimes the banana can have a really strong taste. You can always swap it with an avocado and it will still have that delicious creamy texture.

  57. Holly T says:

    This has been a long time favorite of mine. I love the flavor combo it’s like a desert but healthy!

  58. Cecily says:

    Another delicious smoothie! I really loved this one, can’t wait to try more!

  59. Tracy says:

    Although good, this one isn’t one of my favorites. I do love pineapple and cherries but I wasn’t a fan of this one as much as I LOVE some of the other ones.

  60. Kelly says:

    You surprised me again with this one! I really didn’t expect to like it so much. I never would have thought to put these ingredients together.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Kelly,

      Yay!! We love hearing that we surprised you with a recipe. That is why we love this challenge so much because it allows you to try new things that you normally would not 🙂

  61. Bonnie says:

    I LOVED this one. Tastes like a Banana Split!

  62. Patricia says:

    One of my favorites! I think it could also be named “Banana Spilt”.

  63. Amber says:

    I really enjoyed this smoothie…I used coconut water.

  64. Beth says:

    This recipe is quite tasty. I used coconut milk as I prefer it over almond milk. What’s not to love about Pineapple Upside Down Cake?

  65. Emily says:

    This was so yummy! My favorite smoothie this week.

  66. Monica says:

    This is my favorite green smoothie so far aside from Beginner’s luck! It tastes fantastic. I love the pineapple and cherry combination.

    • Marie Fraser says:

      Love the pineapple upside down cake smoothie:)
      I have found that if you leave put the banana they aren’t as sweet… and you notice the spinach/kale a little more:)
      Some members of my family ate all my “smoothie” bananas and I had none left this am ! lol!
      Thank you for this challenge! I love it:)

  67. Emily Pyatt says:

    Pineapple Upside Down Cake is my favorite cake and when I saw you made a smoothie, my heart skipped a beat!! I love it!! I will make this one over and over and over again!

  68. Margaret says:

    This one was amazing!!! I keep cherries and pineapple in the freezer all the time, so it was quick and easy. I prefer coconut milk, so I substituted out the almond milk. Way to go with a delicious combination!!,

  69. Marion Hewitt says:

    Just tried this one today and love it. Didn’t have cherries but I did have cherry juice so I used that instead.
    Yummy!

  70. Kavli says:

    One of my faves! YUMMY!!!

  71. Laura Peters says:

    This one is amazing !! One of my faves.

  72. Staci says:

    My son and I just enjoyed your Beginner’s Luck smoothie – our first recipe we tried of yours – and it was fabulous! I love getting greens in my 8 yo at breakfast 🙂 🙂 We have some left over pineapple but are out of mango 🙁 Any thoughts on this recipe with coconut water or coconut milk? I’m trying to take nuts out for a bit. Thanks for these amazing recipes!!! I want to try them all – TODAY! I happened upon your site while researching blenders and am so very glad I did! I’ve been AIP Paleo for 4 years and recently did the Green Smoothie Girl detox that introduced smoothies into my life and there’s no going back 😉

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hi Staci,

      I am so excited to have you blending with us! I am so excited to hear you + your son are blending together + fueling up with greens in the morning. This is one of my favorite recipes + don’t hesitate to change it up! Our recipes are here to inspire you, so don’t hesitate to switch up your liquid base or try a different green. Personally…I think this recipe would be amazing with coconut milk!

      • Staci says:

        Thank you Amanda!!! I did 1 cup full fat coconut milk and 1 cup water and it was AMAZING!!! Just like pineapple upside down cake! For someone who’s former ‘favorite food’ was cake, this was a real treat 🙂 Looking forward to trying more recipes here. Thanks again <3

      • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

        YAY!! So happy to hear you loved it!

  73. Marci says:

    This was delicious! One of my favorites. I substituted the banana for mango because I don’t like bananas and it was super good.

  74. Leah says:

    I am drinking it now..I love it

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Leah,

      This is my ultimate all-time favorite green smoothie! So happy to hear you love it too!

      Cheers,
      Amanda F, Community Happiness Specialist

  75. Kerry says:

    This smoothie totally hit the spot. Thanks so much for a great recipe!

  76. Anindita says:

    I had my first green smoothie today, and to be honest it was yummy (I didn’t think it would be this yum)! I didn’t have pineapple at home, so I improvised and used almonds, dates and some dried apricot along with bananas, spinach and regular water. It looks like today will be the first of many more green smoothies to come! Thank you so much for your recipes! Even though I have subscribed for ages, I never gave it a try since I am apprehensive about most green things!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      YAY!! Anindita, we’re so excited to hear you enjoyed your first green smoothie! Rawk on!! We hope you will continue to blend with us. Want to really hop on the green smoothie train? Join us for our 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge kicking off on January 1st. It’s the perfect way to fuel your New Year!

      https://simplegreensmoothies.com/30-day-challenge

  77. Sarajean says:

    Hi guys, I am trying y’all’s green smoothies and they’re really yummy. However, I am not a banana fan. I don’t mind using it to make my smoothie creamy, plus I need the potassium, but I’m finding that it overpowers the rest of the flavors. Every smoothie I try just comes out tasting like banana. Is there an alternative I could try or am I doing something wrong?

  78. sabrina says:

    This smoothie was Delicious!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Sabrina,

      We’re so excited to hear you enjoyed our Pineapple Upside Down Cake Recipe! It’s one of our favorites too! 🙂

  79. Ashley says:

    Could you use soy milk instead of almond milk for all of these smoothies?? What about vanilla soy milk for a little sweetness?

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Ashley,

      Great question! We believe that small amounts of organic, non-GMO soy are fine (like tamari and tempeh) but we recommend staying away from highly-processed unfermented soy products which can interfere with nutrient absorption and leach nutrients from your body. Soy milk, soy burgers, and soy ice cream are all in this category. Two great alternative to soy milk are unsweetened almond milk and coconut milk. We love them both!

  80. Michelle says:

    By the way, I am an avid “twitterer” and would love it if you would add a “tweet” button to your site. I would be sharing often!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for the suggestion, we’ll definitely look into adding a tweet button to our site!

      Cheers 🙂

  81. Michelle says:

    This was so delicious! I haven’t had a bad smoothie from your site yet. It is really hot here right now and I am going to make a few of these and freeze them in a popsicle mold – I bet they will be just as good (and so much better than the average treats out there). Thanks for another great recipe!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Michelle,

      Thank you so much for reaching out! We love hearing from our community, so thank you for taking the time to let us know how you’re enjoying our green smoothie recipes! Let us know how you enjoy green smoothie popsicles!

      Cheers!

  82. Lisa Karnish says:

    Watch for pits! I left one in and it turned to gravel in the blender.

  83. Lisa Karnish says:

    YUM! Just yum! Prepared exactly as instructed added flax oil. Tastes like pineapple upside down cake from my childhood!

  84. Becky says:

    OH, yuck! My first try using one of your recipes. I substituted kale for the spinach as that’s what I had on hand, and also used rasberries instead of the cherries. This was just bad….?

  85. Mona says:

    I substituted farmer’s market chard for spinach and added Vega vanilla protein smoothie powder.

    It was delish!

    It really does taste like pineapple upside down cake (which I haven’t eaten for years, but I remember having as a child).

  86. Sara S says:

    One of my favorites! Even my daughter loved it! Added an extra banana. So delish!

  87. karen says:

    I read that in order to assimilate most of the nutrients of the spinach, you need to add a ‘good fat’. The vitamins are fat soluble and need that ‘good fat’ for our bodies to get all the benefits from them. In some of your recipes you do have a ‘good fat’, but not in all. Have you considered this aspect? Also, what about the levels of goitrogens, purine, and oxalates that occur naturally in spinach? For people who have problems with thyroid, gout, kidney stones, might all this spinach be too much of a good thing? I really love green smoothies, I’m just trying to be cautious and wondered if you could address these issues. Thanks so much!

  88. Tammy says:

    If you’re scared to use almond milk or coconut milk can you just use water

  89. Megan says:

    Can’t wait to try this one! Question though: I am doing a detox that includes green smoothies (and I”m using your recipe with their protein powder)… anyhow, is it okay to have both servings in one day? I add a small salad or hard boiled egg at lunch/breakfast…

    Thanks 🙂

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Megan.

      Are you replacing 2 meals with green smoothies? Then adding a salad for you other meal? Though we aren’t nutritionist, does sound like a lot of leafy green in one day. 🙂

      Just by drinking green smoothies daily without even changing your regular diet, you are moving in the right direction towards healthy eating. We suggest you eat real food that’s free of processed sugar and avoid ingredients that you can’t pronounce. My personal meal plan during the green smoothie diet will be paleo-inspired with lots of veggies and some seafood (we’re both pescatarians).

      If you want to take your health to the next level, we recommend checking out our Fresh Start 21 Cleanse. This is a step-by-step meal plan, with daily green smoothie recipes and whole food meal recipes created by a holistic nutritionist.

      • Megan says:

        thank you! I do have a smoothie for breakfast and lunch, but am trying to have a meat, with a grain (organic brown rice/quinoa) and veggies or salad at dinner…

        Do you all typically NOT have 2 smoothies in a day? Or are you thinking replacing 2 meals with smoothies is questionable? Just curious… it’s still only 2 cups of spinach and some more veggies with dinner (and if it’s a salad, there’s lots of protein, legumes, avocado in there…)…

        Just curious on if you think having the full recipe, myself, to replace two meals seems unhealthy… as I said, I am adding an organic, gluten free protein powder 🙂

      • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

        Hey Megan.

        Thanks for reaching out to us. Most of our smoothies make about 4 – 5 cups (32 – 40 oz)– we call this family style. A serving size is 2 cups. So if you are making a smoothie for just one person, you can half the recipes and shopping lists. Or, save the leftovers for a second meal replacement, or drink the following day (now you only have to blend every other day). You can store leftover smoothies in an airtight container with a lid for 1 to 3 days. Fresh is always best, but you will still get plenty of the nutrients your body needs if you drink a leftover smoothie.

        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.

  90. Rosemary says:

    Great smoothie! Very filling, and a sweet treat. 🙂

  91. Candi says:

    Yum its really good!!!

  92. Juli says:

    I substituted half of an avocado for the banana. It still tastes great just not as sweet.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Great idea! Avocado: This fruit is a great source of monounsaturated fats, which help raise your “good” cholesterol levels. Using avocado will not only give you great fat content, but will also make your green smoothie extra creamy!

  93. Samantha says:

    Do yall have the nutritional information on this recipes?

  94. Marie says:

    I tried this one today with strawberries instead and am so not loving it. I think it is the almond milk. Going to try this with coconut milk instead next time and cherries for sure. Think it will be much better that way.

  95. Kris says:

    I loved this one…I used strawberries instead of cherries.

  96. Shannon says:

    This one ended up being alot sweeter than I thought it would be, I also didn’t realize until the last minute that I was out of cherries, so I ended up replacing them with blueberries. Very interesting flavors together, just hard to get past the sweetness. Maybe my bananas were too ripe?!? Not really sure

  97. Krystal says:

    Can more than one fruit be frozen? How about all of them?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Krystal.

      Thanks for the question. Sometimes blenders can’t handle more than 1 frozen fruit. Once the liquid is added it becomes a BIG block of frozen fruit. We suggest 1 frozen fruit to add a nice chill to your green smoothie. 🙂

  98. Dina says:

    Day 3 – Not bad at all! Think I could grow to like this one.

  99. Kristine says:

    delish! i made with coconut water instead because i wasn’t feeling the creaminess this morning so light and refreshing!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      🙂 YUM! I like that one too! Great substitution, I will have to try coconut water in it too. 🙂

  100. Tammy says:

    Absolutely delicious! This is a nice sweet treat!

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7 DIY NATURAL REMEDIES
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Our go-to natural remedies to boost your immune system, crush your next cold and help ease congestion quickly.

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