Loaded with plenty of goodness, this 5-minute green smoothie is the perfect way to start your day or enjoy as a nourishing afternoon snack.
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Load your body with goodness with our simple but delicious green smoothie. Often found on cafe menus, juice bars and health food stores, this 5-minute drink is easy to make from the comfort of your kitchen. Making green smoothies at home means you know exactly what you’re drinking, and it’s an easy way to fit fruit and veggies into your diet to help you hit your daily intake.
Our green smoothie is perfect to drink any time of the day – first thing in the morning, with breakfast or lunch, as an afternoon snack or part of your workout routine, and whenever you’re craving something fresh and nourishing. This banana green smoothie recipe ticks all the right boxes. It’s vegan, soy-free, high in dietary fibre, gluten-free, nut-free and contains no added sugar. The use of pineapple, banana and coconut gives the smoothie a naturally sweet flavour.
Our recipe for the best green smoothie is made from just 6 ingredients: banana, pineapple, cucumber, avocado, spinach and coconut water. The use of the cucumber, avocado and spinach gives the smoothie its distinct green colour, while the banana and pineapple add goodness and flavour. Blended, these ingredients create a thick and creamy beverage. If you prefer a runnier consistency, you may prefer to adjust the amount of coconut water used. When preparing to make your green smoothies recipe, it’s important to chop the ingredients before adding to the blender. This will help create a smoother consistency. If you like to meal prep, you may even consider pre-measuring and chopping all the ingredients (besides the coconut water) and storing them in airtight bags or containers in the freezer. When you’re ready to drink, dump the frozen ingredients straight into the blender with a cup of coconut water and blitz.
For more easy green smoothie recipes and other healthy drink options, kickstart your day with these breakfast smoothies, tropical mango and almond smoothies, this easy berry smoothie or Courtney Roulston’s apple and berry frozen fruit smoothie.