Coconut and Pineapple Smoothie


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Ingredients 1 package (16 ounces) frozen pineapple chunks 1 cup (8 ounces) frozen mango chunks 1/2 cup unsweetened finely shredded coconut 3 pitted. Pineapple Coconut Smoothie Recipe. August 8, 2020 by Rhelena Leave a Comment. Not only is this pineapple coconut smoothie recipe healthy for you, but it’s also delicious and filling! It’s quick and easy to whip up in a blender and makes for the perfect snack any time of day.

3 cups pineapple (chunks, unsweetened, frozen) 1/2 cup coconut milk (unsweetened, not cream of coconut) 1/2 cup pineapple juice 2 tablespoon coconut (unsweetened, shredded) 1/2 cup yogurt (vanilla) 1 tablespoon honey Garnish: 1 tablespoon pineapple (chunks). Combine fresh pineapple, coconut milk, yogurt, coconut, and ice in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour the smoothie into glasses, garnish with toasted coconut, and enjoy!

Make sure you use a powerful blender that can blend up the ice! If you can’t find fresh pineapple, you can use frozen pineapple, just omit the ice!Try this pineapple coconut smoothies recipe for a great flavor combination of fresh pineapple and coconut milk. Jenna Weber shares why she. Pineapple Coconut Smoothie – a frozen virgin Piña Colada that will transport you poolside at your favorite resort.

And if you want to add some rum, no judgment here – just be sure your kids don’t sneak a sip of yours!Place ice, pineapple, yogurt, coconut milk and regular milk in blender. In a blender, combine yogurt, bananas, pineapple, oil, ice, 1/2 cup water, and salt.

Tropical Pineapple Coconut Smoothie: if you’re looking for everything exotic, this 3 ingredient smoothie is exactly the one you [ ] Reply. Tropical pineapple and coconut smoothie – Best of You says: October 20, 2017 at 12:22 pm [ ] By: Delphine Fortin, Author and food blogger behind Del’s Cooking Twist / Find the original recipe here!You can add sweeteners like unrefined cane sugar, dates syrup, maple syrup, jaggery, molasses, palm sugar and coconut sugar.

When making pineppale smoothie, do make sure that the pineapple is sweet. Serve pineapple smoothie as.

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Here is a recipe you may want to make: Mix together 1 cup each coconut, canned pineapple chunks (save juice), orange sections (fresh or canned), and vanilla yogurt.

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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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Whirl all ingredients together in a blender until smooth: 1 cup FROZEN PINEAPPLE Pieces, 1 peeled, Frozen Banana, 51, cup Vanilla ALMOND Milk, 4/2 cup Frozen Vanilla YoGURT, “, cup ORANGE Juice.

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Put the coconut milk, Oat Milk, mango, lemon juice, coconut sugar, cinnamon, and optional rejuvelac in a blender.

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This particular smoothie gets its tropical sweetness from the pineapples and grapes, its creaminess from the coconut milk and avocado, and its “Why is this so good?!” from the fresh ginger.

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2 Put the banana, reserved lemon juice, mango, pineapple-orange juice, frozen yogurt, and coconut extract in a blender and blend until smooth.

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Place the coconut milk, lime juice, sweetener, pineapple Stur (if using), pineapple extract, rum extract, and ice in a blender and puree until smooth.

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For this smoothie, I blend strawberries, pineapple, coconut water, and orange juice.

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Place the coconut milk, ice, Shakeology, kale, pineapple, papaya (or orange or mango) and coconutin a blender; cover.

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  • im looking for blablabla cups and blabla.
    they dont need to be finely choped, but its easier to measure them when smaller.

    just take a digital scale?! and use grams?!
    god bless america lel…

  • i just started having this craving for a pina colada flavored drink, i see this video. what great timing.

    thanks Duncan.

    btw, Sonia’s a cutie

  • Please tell  Mr. Bucky, that I respectully ask that he get back on his job!  I WANT ANOTHER STORY!  I was sitting on my sofa listening to the last one, but not before getting a cup of tea and curling up in a blanket first!  It’s so nice to hear about how things “USED” to be.  When people stop and spoke to one another and had a conversation.  Neighbors knew and reached out to each other.  I just wish……..

  • Or if you go cruelty free & ditch the dairy yogurt, replace it with coconut dairy free yogurt & that way you also dont jave to use the coconut oil:-)

  • I think using coconut milk/cream would be the way to go instead of pure coconut fat. That way you don’t have to add extra water and it’ll taste creamy.

  • Nice video i love it.
    Pineapples are packed with antioxidants that scavenge free radicals preventing oxidation of bad cholesterol (LDL) and development of heart disease. Pineapple is also rich in fiber. Fiber is the indigestible part of carbohydrate can help to lower blood sugars, reduce cholesterol and regulate bowels. CHECK THIS VIDEO TO KNOW MORE ABOUT PINEAPPLES’S HEALTH BENEFITS.

  • I have canned coconut milk I use for rice, I wonder if I can substitute that in place of the shredded coconut, which I never have. I’m going to try this in the morning with some almond milk added. Thanks! Keep those smoothie recipe experiment coming, I love them.

  • for non-dairy substitution, use coconut yogurt (or you can culture coconut milk. to make any yogurt ‘greek’ hang it in a smooth, tightly woven cotton kitchen cloth to drain the excess water). to make this more whole instead of using processed coconut oil, use coconut butter (ground whole coconut meat).
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    forks over knives
    what the health

  • Qué rico Duncan¡ Will make one in the morning, It does have the Piña colada look and flavour but without alcohol even better and healthier

  • How much of the shredded coconut pulp was still in the drink? I know you’re still trying to use up your Chia seeds but I’ll probably just add fiber powder or oatmeal to mine.

  • No bruises on a pineapple!!!!
    How on earth I could know whether it’s bruised or not with all those uneven colours and textures on the fruit!!!!

  • I’ve been watching you on to great show and I was looking for a fresh pineapple drink. Perfect. I haven’t seen coconut condensed milk though? I’m in Penrith nsw thanks

  • Ms. Phyllis, that looked so good!  I’ve got to try that!  I have a new love for Coconut!  I HATED coconut as a child.  It looked and tasted bad to me, but at the age of 50, for some reason, I gave it another chance and I just love it.  I want that virgin Pina Colada you just made!  That looked sooooooooooo delicious!!!!!  I made some Coconut butter with my new Ninja and a video to go with it.  I was a bit silly!