Strawberry Coconut Green Smoothie

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Strawberry Coconut Green Smoothie

Strawberry Coconut Green Smoothie

Ingredients

1 cup frozen spinach
1 can coconut juice
1 banana
1-2 cups Strawberries, sliced

Directions
1. Begin by placing the Spinach alone in your blender. Pulse it a couple times to chop the spinach up. I’ve found this helps the spinach incorporate better into smoothies without missing chunks of the leafy green. 
2. Add half the Coconut Juice, puree. 
3. Add banana and strawberries, blend until well mixed, while slowly adding the rest of the Coconut Juice.
4. Serve and Enjoy!
Strawberry Coconut Green Smoothie

Do you ever go through food phases? I’ve always loved smoothies, but recently have started making them more frequently. I just love how much goodness can be packed into a smoothie, and usually the kids love them as well!

Mark brought home some Coconut Juice one day, and I immediately though Smoothie! I keep a bag of frozen spinach just for such occasions, and we’ve been buying a lot more fresh fruit. Personally I don’t think you can have a smoothie without a little banana, but the Strawberries are what make this my kids favorite.

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My kids often like to spoon their smoothies out, making huge messes. I was so tired of cleaning up smoothie, that I found these fun Silikids Straw tops. The kids think they’re fun, and I no longer have big messes to clean up. My kids also love that mom lets them blow bubbles in their drink now, because it won’t overflow when they get a little crazy.

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6 thoughts on “Strawberry Coconut Green Smoothie

  1. I love banana and strawberry together, and my Mom use to make us smoothie. but I've never ever tried with spinach. I'm so curious as for the taste 🙂

    1. Oh it's the best Diana! I was skeptic for awhile, but if you chop the spinach up first it mixes in better, and you can't taste it at all. I have very picky kids, so this helps get them eating more veggies.

    1. I've made a lot of smoothies in my life, but rarely share them. This one was THAT good, lol. The lids are a little hard to get on the first couple times, but then they have a little more give to them. The kids love them, since I let them blow bubbles in their drinks if they have one on

  2. This smoothie sounds good. I also just recently started making smoothies more especially since my daughter loves them. I have not tried the coconut juice yet but that does sound good.

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