Pineapple Mango Protein Smoothie

 

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1/2 cup frozen Mango. 1/2 cup frozen Pineapple. 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder (this is the one that I use and Love: HERE) or 1 container vanilla Greek yogurt (or about 1/2 cup) (freeze for a thicker smoothie. Ingredients 1 cup water 1 scoop Vanilla Whey Shakeology ¼ cup fresh pineapple, cubed ¼ cup mango, cubed 1 Tbsp. orange zest 1 cup ice. Ingredients.

3/4 cup frozen mango chunks ( 140 g ) 1 cup frozen pineapple chunkcs ( 140 g ) 1 cup sliced cucumber ( 120 g ) 2 cups fresh spinach ( 66 g ) 1 2/3 cup almond milk ( 375 mL) 1 scoop vegan vanilla protein powder ( 30 g ) 1 tsp moringa powder (optional) 1. protein: make this a post-workout smoothie and boost the protein by adding 1/2 cup greek yogurt or 1 scoop of your favorite protein powder. I recommend Vital Protein collagen peptides. spinach: if you’re looking to get more greens in your smoothie, try adding a. View the recipe and nutrition for Mango Pineapple Smoothie, including calories, carbs, fat, protein, cholesterol, and more. Want to use it in a meal plan? Head to the diet.

This Smoothie is made from Pineapples, Mangoes, Apple Pineapple Juice Blend, Lean1™ Vanilla Protein. It tastes great and is a healthy alternative. water, vanilla protein powder, banana, frozen pineapple, frozen mango Mango-Pineapple Smoothie AllRecipes mango, banana, cream of coconut, unsweetened pineapple juice and 2 more. 1 cup Almond Breeze Vanilla Coconut Almond Blend Unsweetened almondmilk. 1 cup fresh or frozen mango cubes.

1 cup fresh, frozen, or juice-packed. The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. Ingredient Checklist. ½ mango, chopped, or more to taste. ½ cup low-fat vanilla yogurt. ½ cup almond milk. ½ cup ice. 1 scoop vanilla whey protein powder. Use frozen fruit (mango and pineapple) for a thicker frozen smoothie.

Fresh fruit can be used but may result in more of a liquid juice type drink rather than smoothie. Use a good quality blender that can cut through all the frozen fruit and other ingredients.

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Once mixed with tropical fruit nectar or juice, like papaya or mango, along with low-fat dairy milk and dry milk powder for protein, this smoothie creates a powerhouse of nutrients with its protein, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

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Combining pineapple, banana, and coconut for delicious tropical flavor, with spinach, Greek yogurt, and chia seeds for a healthy base, this smoothie is an all­star drink.

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In a blender or food processor, combine the kale, banana, mango, protein powder, coconut extract and ice.

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Serves 4 (smoothies) or 8 (ice pops) Banana Grape Chia Pudding (smoothie or dessert) (Phase 3 only) This dairy-free fruit smoothie is sweetened with all-natural ingredients and thickened with nutrient-dense chia seeds, which give the smoothie a creamy texture of pudding.

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Smoothie made with ½ cup frozen spinach, ½ frozen banana, ¼ cup frozen mango, 1 cup coconut milk, 1 scoop egg white protein, 2 scoops 3Fuel, and 1 Tbsp.

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Fruit smoothie: Blend rice or coconut milk with fruit such as organic berries, bananas, pears, pineapple, mango, or papaya.

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It is mainly a mixture of mango and ripe bananas (a great way to use up speckled bananas), and since both of these fruits are pretty high in fiber and moderate in water, we’re going to lighten the smoothie with about a cup of coconut water, fresh or frozen.

“The Fully Raw Diet: 21 Days to Better Health, with Meal and Exercise Plans, Tips, and 75 Recipes” by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram
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Super strawberry breakfast smoothie (with “1 carton {6 oz.} strawberry soy yogurt,” “1 cup vanilla soy milk,” and “2 scoops… soy protein powder”).

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That is why I warned you not to mix protein powders with fruit juice; the only fruits that combine with protein are papaya and pineapple (rich in enzymes), apples, and grapes.

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  • Yum! Massive smoothie cravings right now! I just uploaded my first vlog after being inspired by you:) I was always too scared, but I finally did it and it was great! So yeah, thanks for being an inspiration and helping me build my confidence and achieve my goals:) <3

  • I was wondering, do you use any protein powders, or do you think theyre worth it, because im afriad of all the chemicals that could be put in without my knowlegde and I was wondering if i really need them to tone up, or if i can do without?

  • This was so easy, I cut 2 mango’s the night b-4 and put it in the fridge, I also had a can of pineapple slices in the fridge. The only thing I includes was a little of the pineapple juice. This drink was so amazing.

  • I feel like you struggle with calendars lol. TGIFOAS (Thank God It’s Food On A Saturday) Great recipe either way! Have a great Saturday Jazmine.

  • Hi love I noticed that you said you like smoothies on the sweeter side I use half a cup of egg whites in my smoothies with 1 frozen �� a few pieces of ��& I squeeze the juice from half an �� & add half a cup of almond milk unsweetened or sweet I prefer sweet lol it’s so good! I hope this is helpful to someone out there!�� #JazmineGarcia #hopeyoutryit&loveit

  • Hello I love your video and you have inspired me to open my own YouTube channel and keep the good work up and remember to return a favor by subscribing to my YouTube too thanks

  • I had to watch this because I make a mango smoothie almost every morning for my ride to work! I use mango, banana, coconut oil, almond milk and some vanilla protein powder. Definitely recommend that! Its sweet enough and tastes very tropically (word? idk haha)

  • I prefer natural organic raw honey as a sweetener. Never, ever use sugar. Sugar is toxic to our bodies. Other than that one exception, the smoothie recipe sounds delicious. ������‍♀️�� ����

  • My smoothies consist of 1 cup of spinach, half a banana, and 1 cup of almond milk. 
    It wasn’t bad until one month of drinking it. Now I have added coconut (water 1 cup) and  it became smoother and the sweetness had the perfect consistency. Point is instead of yogurt try coconut water, you might like it better.

  • this would be delicious with almost every fruit! pineapple, allll the berries, apple (I LOVE apples), strawberries would probably be the very best choice though <3 I would have sprinkled some dessicated coconut on top for the perfect macro-balanced postworkout meal. I love Greek yogurt concoctions postworkout, have it basically every day:-)

  • You used the wrong blade for your smoothie, you used the milling blade! Try using the other blade that it came with (the extractor blade) its better for blending liquid drinks and can blend ice and frozen fruit really well.

  • This looks amazing! I don’t really like drinking loads of calories when I’m cutting though:/
    I’m guessing you’d recommend the Nutribullet? I’m thinking about getting one

  • Although the weather is not as great here, maybe this smoothie will help make me feel like the sun will be here shortly! Thanks for the recipe!:)

  • FYI, we have a Nutribullet also, and you used the grinding blade for your smoothie. lol. That’s how my mom wrecked her Nutribullet. Just thought you should know. 😉

  • Jazmine! Thank you for an amazing recipe and on the gym shark deal! Thank you for all the help and inspiration and inspiring us to Vlog �� TeamRICHEY ��

  • The smoothie is delicious. I don’t take cold drinks, so can I replace ice blocks with ordinary water? Also I don’t eat sugar so can I add honey instead?

  • Delicious. Instead of plain sugar, I use Tropical Fruit flavor sweetened Kool-Aid in tropical fruit smoothies and milkshakes. Coconut milk is great in them too.

  • Jazmine! Congrats on the gym shark affiliation! (Also, this protein smoothie recipe looks super delicious! I am for sure going to give it a try.)

  • I have some watermelon that I want to use up.. do you think it would change the texture or throw off the taste… mango/pineapple is my absolute favor! Thank you

  • I think that because the almonds are processed in almond milk and Quest bars, it kills the allergen. I’m basing this off what my former allergist told me (cooking or freezing kills the allergen).

  • I have tried it with fresh fruit, and it’s delicious! I just use frozen because it’s easier for me. Go for the fresh, I’m sure you’ll like it!