In my last post, What to do with Pineapple Peel I talked about how I wanted to make the most of my pineapple. So, I decided to juice the peel and use the juice to make a smoothie! Well, the end result was absolutely delicious. Nothing beats a tropical, organic, totally healthy fruity drink on a hot summer day. This dairy free tropical smoothie recipe is so simple and so fresh, you can easily add this to your daily smoothie must have.
There are no yogurts, added proteins or mixes. This is just an all natural, plant strong smoothie that is naturally sweet and delicious. So many smoothies these days are loaded full of veggies and greens. Trust me, I am not complaining, my Kale and Banana smoothie recipe will always be one of my favorites. I think too often fruit gets a bad rep and people think the sugars will just be too much. I tackled this issue in another post that you should definitely check out if you are one to second guess a fruit loaded smoothie like this. Sugar Detox: What About Fruit?
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I threw these smoothies together really quickly using my trusty NutriBullet. Which means, I tossed everything in and then whipped it up in just a few minutes. I will list the estimated amounts of ingredients, but, you can see step by step exactly how I measured everything out in the photos below.
1 cup frozen strawberries
1 cup frozen bananas
1 cup fresh juiced pineapple
Makes enough for 2
As you can see from the pictures, I used the MAX line as my guideline. So simply put it was half strawberries, half bananas, the juice of one lime and then I filled my pineapple juice to the MAX marker on my largest NutriBullet cup.
I told you, this recipe is so quick, easy and is made from completely natural, organic ingredients. Nothing from a can or plastic container. This strawberry banana smoothie is the perfect clean eating smoothie if you’re craving something sweet or don’t have time to sit down and eat.