A green smoothie made with spinach and pineapple is a refreshing and tropical way to start the day.
Yummy! This was my first green smoothie! I froze all the fruit except the oranges and did not need the ice, so I used coconut water and increased it to 1 1/2 cup. I added a few scoops of protein powder and 1 cup of greek yogurt to make the smoothie more filling, and about a tablespoonful of Manuka honey. I think I'll be drinking this for breakfast during these summer months. You cannot taste the spinach at all! Tastes like a tropical fruit smoothie. - 01 Jul 2014 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I absolutely love this green smoothie. If you are new to green smoothies, this is definitely the one to try. It makes a nice sweet, yet slightly creamy fruit juice. I made it quite a few times, before it was even published trying to drink more green smoothies. It is still my favorite. Only change I make is I use a frozen orange. I also don't have an ice crusher and typically use about 8 ice cubes to equal 1 cup. I prefer the green grapes to keep the pretty green color and I have never tried it with the (optional) flax. Canned unsweetened pineapple in juice works great too, believe that is what I typically use as I have it in the house year round. I make 1/2 recipe and get 2 servings. Glad, this was published. - 13 Jan 2014 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This tasted great. Not a hint of spinach. Will mire likely freeze the grapes next time. - 17 May 2014 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)