The pineapple perfectly represents the tropical paradise, prepare a delicious pineapple smoothie easily in your house. It’s delicious, sweet and refreshing, perfect to start your day.
Making pineapples smoothies for breakfast is a good option because they are quick, delicious, easy, very nutritive and natural, perfect for your family members like kids. When they are creamy and frothy it’s perfect, and if it’s hot outside they are even more perfect to refresh yourself. These are perfect reasons to learn a pineapple smoothie recipe and here we share it with you.
The smoothie with pineapple is sweet and has a slightly tangy flavor thanks to the pineapple and a important ingredient, the orange juice, then we will make it thick and creamy adding a couple of ingredients more that will surprise you a lot.
Ingredients for pineapple smoothie
- Orange juice
For this smoothie recipe, you can use fresh pineapple (preferably) or frozen pineapple chunks. You can use the yogurt you prefer but the vanilla one is perfect. To make it thicker you can add some ice cubes if you prefer.
Other change you can do is switch the orange juice with tropical fruit juice, or you can add another fruit like strawberry and turn it to strawberry-pineapple smoothie, you just have to replace the bananas with strawberries.
How to make pineapple smoothies
The pineapple put that tropical touch to this smoothie recipe, combined with the citrus flavor of orange juice and melow banana make this a unique cold drink perfect for summer. The yogurt helps adding calcium and all this ingredients combined provide different vitamins and minerals good for your health.
Steps are very easy:
- Add all the ingredients to the blender together
- Blend until smooth
- Serve and enjoy
As you can see, the pineapple smoothie is really easy to prepare and the ingredients are cheap, if they are fresh it will be better.
Freeze the pineapple
If you bought some pineapple and you want to keep some for other day, what you have to do is the following: Peel the skin off of the pineapple, then cut it in chunks. Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper and place the pineapple out in a single layer. Put the whole sheet pan into freezer, once the chunks are frozen, transfer them to a plastic bag.