Tropical Superfruit Smoothie
In need of a refreshing and healthy breakfast or snack? Try this tropical superfruit smoothie! Packed with nutritious ingredients and bursting with flavor, it's the perfect way to start your day or recharge after a workout.
This tropical superfruit smoothie is packed with organic baby spinach, blueberries, avocado, banana and chopped pineapple. To start, the organic baby spinach is blended with vanilla almond milk until smooth. This creates a velvety, creamy base that is the perfect backdrop for the other ingredients. The vanilla almond milk adds a subtle sweetness that complements the tanginess of the blueberries and pineapple.
Next, the blueberries, avocado, banana, and chopped pineapple are added to the blender and blended until smooth. The blueberries add a burst of flavor and a pop of color to the smoothie, while the avocado lends a creamy texture and healthy fats. The banana provides natural sweetness and a creamy texture, and the chopped pineapple adds a tropical twist.
This smoothie is perfect for any time of day, whether you're looking for a quick and healthy breakfast, a post-workout snack or a midday pick-me-up. It's also a great way to sneak some greens into your diet, as the baby spinach is barely detectable thanks to the sweetness of the other ingredients.
To serve, simply pour the smoothie into a chilled glass and garnish with a slice of pineapple. You can also add a straw for a fun and festive touch.
This tropical superfruit smoothie is a delicious and nutritious way to fuel your body and satisfy your taste buds. Give it a try and let the flavors transport you to a tropical paradise!
- In a blender, combine spinach and almond milk and blend on high until smooth.
- Add blueberries, avocado, banana and pineapple and blend on high until smooth.
- Serve in a chilled glass and garnish with a slice of pineapple.
Recipe Courtesy of Chef Kevin, ALDI Test Kitchen
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