Hurricane Smoothie

Hi Everyone and Happy Smoothie Monday!

To celebrate Mardi Gras tomorrow, I thought I would make one of their famous drinks, the Hurricane, but in a healthy smoothie form.  Have you every had a Hurricane?  It is mighty delish!  It’s made with pineapple, orange juice, rum and grenadine syrup.  Yum, yum, yum!  I am sure you already have a pretty good idea what is in my smoothie and boy is a good one!
Hurricane Smoothie
My smoothie is made with frozen pineapple, freshly squeezed orange juice, freshly squeezed lime juice, yogurt and to give it the true Hurricane flavor, rum extract!! However, I didn’t tell you this and I will deny, deny, deny! But you could use real rum and have it as a cocktail. He he
Hurricane Smoothie
The smoothie turned out light, fruity, sweet, tropical and oh so amazing!! I love the flavors of orange and pineapple together and the lime juice balances it all out! My Husband was very pleased with his Saturday 10am smoothie! Every Saturday like clock work, are you making a smoothie today. But whats weird, I ask him if he wants one for work and he always says no. Hmmmm? But on the weekends, it smoothie time!! Odd man!
Hurricane Smoothie
I thought I would dress up the smoothie by adding a little slice of orange and lime and of course a maraschino cherry! Love those cherries! I thought I would put an umbrella in the drink, but then I realized this is Mardi Gras, not Cinco de Mayo! You know whats funny? I like to dunk my cherries in my drink and let it sink to the bottom. Then when my drink is done I have a little cherry surprise left. I know crazy, huh? I am a tad odd.
Hurricane Smoothie

Hurricane Smoothie
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 2½ cups
  • Serving size: The Whole Recipe
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    A light, healthy smoothie made after the famous Southern drink , the Hurricane. It's made with pineapple, oranges, lime, greek yogurt and rum extract!
    • 1 cup pineapple, frozen
    • ½ cup orange juice
    • 1 tsp. lime juice
    • ½ cup greek yogurt, plain
    • ⅛ tsp. rum extract
    • ¼ tsp. stevia (to taste)
    1. Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
    Calories: 191, Fat: 1.1, Cholesterol: 0, Sodium: 45, Potassium: 420, Carbs: 37, Fiber: 2.2, Sugar: 31, Protein: 14

    Hurricane Smoothie
    Well my Friends, I have exercise, blogging and recipe creating to do! So I am out of here!!

    Have a great Monday!!


    Hurricane Smoothie


    1. What an absolutely beautiful smoothie! I think I’m in love!

    2. My husband and I love New Orleans, and of course we love hurricanes! Love the idea of it in smoothie form!!

    3. Lovely! 🙂

    4. Sounds wonderful!

    5. I just stopped by from Tuseday’s Table to check out your smoothie, cause it looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing such a yummy and healthy treat! HUGS

    6. This looks fabulous. Maybe you would like to share this at What to do Weekends Party. 🙂 Best wishes, Linda

    7. Pineapple on my grocery list. Pinned so I won’t forget.

    8. ida pletz says

      Can I use reglar yogurt instead of greek?


    1. […] I am soooooooooooooo excited!!  I just found out that I was invited back to Baton Rouge this August and I am beyond excited!  I loved my trip last summer and I can’t wait to go back again this year!  So with that, I am bringing you one of my all time favorite smoothies, the Hurricane.  This smoothie has the perfect taste of the classic Hurricane drink but without the alcohol.  To mimic the alcohol taste I used rum extract.  This smoothie is made with pineapple, lime juice, orange juice, greek yogurt and milk.  It is filling, pretty and just plan delicious!  I simple love it and I think you will too!!  You can go here for the recipe. […]

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