Easy, 3-ingredient pineapple banana smoothie recipe that is ready in minutes! Enjoy a punch of tropical flavors with this delicious smoothie. It is perfectly sweet without the use of added sugar.
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Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Quick & Easy: This easy recipe takes just 5-minutes to make!
- Just 3 Ingredients: Does it get easier than that? Three simple ingredients for the perfect healthy snack (or healthy breakfast).
- It’s Healthy!: This healthy pineapple banana smoothie is made with fresh whole foods ingredients!
This tropical smoothie is made using three simple ingredients. Whether you opt for using frozen fruit or fresh fruit, it will be tasty all the same!
- Pineapple: For this easy smoothie, I recommend using frozen pineapple. It allows for thicker and creamier smoothies. That being said, using fresh pineapple chunks makes for a tasty smoothie too!
- Banana: The key to making a naturally sweet smoothie is to use bananas that are ripe! Using frozen banana in lieu of fresh will allow you to get that nice creamy texture. (Who doesn’t want that!?)
- Non-Dairy Milk: This recipe calls for oat milk but I recommend using whatever plant-based milk you have on hand. (Unsweetened Almond milk and cashew milk are both delicious!)
1.) Add two frozen bananas and frozen pineapple pieces into a high-speed blender (such as a Vitamix blender).
2.) Pour in oat milk and blend on high for 30 seconds. (Until nice and creamy.)
3.) Pour into your favorite glass and enjoy! (Feel free to top this delicious pineapple banana smoothie with your favorite nut butter or fresh pineapple wedges.)
Pineapple Banana Smoothie Variations
- Coconut Milk or Coconut Cream: Coconut milk or coconut cream will add healthy fats to this fruit smoothie. In addition, they will make your smoothie reminiscent of a piña colada.
- Coconut Water: Coconut water will add a coconut flavor to this healthy smoothie recipe as well as increase its hydration power!
- Coconut Yogurt: Looking to up your creamy texture game? Adding coconut yogurt, vegan greek yogurt, or another plant-based yogurt can do just that.
- Chia Seeds: Increase the nutrients in your homemade smoothies by adding chia seeds, as they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
- Nut Butters: Peanut butter or almond butter is an easy way to add a nutty flavor to this easy breakfast smoothie. I recommend drizzling your peanut butter on top of the smoothie once it’s in your glass.
- Protein Powder: If you want to add more protein into your diet but enjoy smoothies, adding protein powder is a great option. I am a big fan of Vivo Life Perform Raw Protein Powder.
- Leafy Greens: Want an added punch of micronutrients to your smoothie? Think about adding a handful of your favorite leafy greens like spinach or kale.
Pineapple and banana are good for you! Banana is an excellent source of vitamin B6 and is a good source of potassium, and vitamin C. Pineapple is rich in vitamin C and a good source of vitamin B6.
Of course! This tropical pineapple banana smoothie recipe calls for your favorite plant-based milk.
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