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Pina Colada Green Monster

Hi Everyone,

Today I am part of the Mom’s Crazy Cooking Challenge!  This month, what we had to do is find a smoothie recipe from another blog, make it and share it.  Easy right?  Not for me!  I saw so many recipes that I wanted to make, but I couldn’t narrow it down.  Than when I decided on what I wanted to make, I was out of milk!  I hate when that happens!!  Arrr!  I had to search again!!  So with much searching I found the Pina Colada Green Monster Smoothie by Elise’s Kitchen.

I thought this smoothie was perfect!!  It has coconut milk, frozen pineapple, frozen banana and some spinach!  Yes spinach!!   The reason I made this smoothie was because I never had spinach in a smoothie.  I hear that you can’t taste it.  Well I thought, I’ll be the judge of that!!  Sure enough I whipped everything together and bam no spinach taste.  I got more vitamins and minerals and no extra taste.  Now I see why everyone makes green monster smoothies.  You should try it, it’s not that scary!!

This smoothie is creamy, only a slight hint of banana and a blast of pineapple and I can’t forget my favorite part, the coconut milk!  I really enjoyed this smoothie!  What a healthy treat!!  Perfect for an afternoon snack!

















This recipes makes about 2 1/4 cups, so I drank one cup and put the rest in a freezer bag for another time.  It’s nice to freeze your smoothies so can just grab, blend and drink!  Talk about a time saver!

Tell me, have you ever had a Green Monster Smoothie?  If so what kinds do you like best? These kind of smoothies are new to me, so I would love some great recipes to try out!

Pina Colada Green Monster
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Rich Creamy Coconut Smoothie with a hint of banana and a pop of pineapple. Perfect for a hot summer day!
Serves: 2 cups
  • 2 cups unsweetened coconut milk
  • 1 small banana, frozen
  • ¾ cup pineapple, frozen
  • 1 handful of spinach
  • ½ tsp. stevia
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth!
  2. Recipe by Elise's Kitchen
Calories per cup: 144.9, Fat: 5.3, Sodium: 162, Potassium: 358, Carbs: 22.9, Fiber: 2.5, Sugar: 14.3, Protein: 1.4
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Cup

I want to thank Elise’s Kitchen for letting me use her smoothie recipe.  Well I didn’t actually ask her, so I hope it’s ok.  If you want to check out some great recipes, stop by Elise’s blog.  Well everyone, that’s it for me today!  My Husband text me asked me to make a birthday cake for his friend at work, so I need to get to it.  Nothing like short notice!!  Have a wonderful Thursday!!



P.S.  Check out all the other smoothies in the link below!!

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