Spinach and Banana Smoothie

This thick and rich spinach smoothie will quickly increase your vitamin K intake! Packed with vitamins A & C, calcium, iron, fiber, good carbs and potassium, this smoothie makes for a great after-workout green shake. Adding some mint leaves will brighten the flavor and help make this one kid-friendly!

Delicious!

AuthorP. Vandermeer
RatingDifficultyBeginner

This protein and vitamin C rich and creamy smoothie is ideal for banana lovers! Power up without bogging down, this healthy smoothie is packed full of goodness.

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banana spinach smoothie

Yields2 Servings
Prep Time5 minsTotal Time5 mins

In a blender, add the following:
 100 g baby spinach leavesabout 3 handfuls, loosely filling an average sized blender
 1 small banana6
 ¾ cup 2% milkor use whole milk, if you prefer
 2 fl oz frozen pineapple juice concentrateor, about 1/3 of a can; optionally, you can also use frozen apple juice
 3 or 4 ice cubes
 ½ tsp mint leavesthis is purely optional but tastes delicious!

Simply,
1

Blend well!

2

Divide into two separate glasses and serve. You can hold back slices of the banana for garnish.

Enjoy!

CategoryBeveragesCuisineAmerican

Ingredients

In a blender, add the following:
 100 g baby spinach leavesabout 3 handfuls, loosely filling an average sized blender
 1 small banana6
 ¾ cup 2% milkor use whole milk, if you prefer
 2 fl oz frozen pineapple juice concentrateor, about 1/3 of a can; optionally, you can also use frozen apple juice
 3 or 4 ice cubes
 ½ tsp mint leavesthis is purely optional but tastes delicious!

Directions

Simply,
1

Blend well!

2

Divide into two separate glasses and serve. You can hold back slices of the banana for garnish.

Enjoy!

Banana Spinach Smoothie

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