Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie (Dairy-free)
Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie recipe. A delicious and nutritious dairy-free green smoothie made with strawberry, avocado, spinach, pineapple, almond milk and honey.
I’ve been all about smoothies lately. They are an easy and delicious way to get lots of vitamins and minerals. And they make for a great breakfast or snack option!
I’ve found that this Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie hits the spot when I’m craving greens and needing vitamins and energy. Bonus points that it tastes like a creamy fresh fruity frozen dessert. NOM.
This Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie has been a newer smoothie on my smoothie rotation. I often make my Wild Blueberry Smoothie, but I’ve been recently craving greens, so I started playing around with adding avocado and spinach in my smoothies.
I ended up figuring out my favorite green smoothie combination and knew that I needed to share it here!
Ingredients needed to make this Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie:
- frozen banana
- frozen strawberries
- frozen pineapple
- almond milk
How to make this Pineapple green smoothie:
To start, you need a frozen banana! I usually peel a ripe banana and then put it into a ziplock bag and then put it into the freezer.
Then, put all of the ingredients into a blender and mix!
I personally like thick smoothies so I only use one cup of almond milk, but if you want to thin out your smoothie, then you can add more almond milk to the blender.
FAQs for this Strawberry green smoothie:
(1) Is this green smoothie Vegan?
- No! But if you want to make it Vegan, use maple syrup instead of honey.
(2) How much spinach should I add?
- I like adding 3 cups, but I would start with 2 cups and taste your smoothie to see if you like the taste or would want more. The more spinach you add, the greener the smoothie will be.
(3) How many servings is this smoothie?
- I usually split this smoothie with my husband, so I was tempted to say this smoothie served two, but if you want it as a meal, then I would say it can serve one.
(4) What can I do if I can’t eat bananas?
- Use mango instead! I would say to use 1/2 cup – 1 cup of frozen mango. Mangos are sweet and add sweetness to smoothies in a similar way that bananas do.
Other healthy smoothie recipes you may enjoy:
This Dairy-free Banana Maple Smoothie is one of my favorites. It tastes like a maple banana cloud and I am here for it!
Wild Blueberry, Spirulina, and Barley Grass Smoothie (Paleo, GF). This smoothie is probably my most made smoothie. I make it at least twice a week for its detoxing properties.
Vietnamese Avocado Smoothie. This smoothie from Texanerin looks so delish! It is sweet and creamy and can be made with or without condensed milk.
Strawberry Avocado Spinach Green Smoothie
- 1 frozen banana
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup frozen pineapple
- 1/2 of a ripe avocado
- 2-3 cups spinach
- 1 tsp honey
- 1 cup almond milk
- Put all of the ingredients into a blender and mix until smooth. Note: You can add more almond milk if you want to thin out the consistency.
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