Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Orange, Banana and Pineapple Smoothie


I'm a smoothie/juicing aholic. I live these days to blend or juice any
 fruit or vegetable in sight. I get completely excited when I see a Farmer's market.
Trader Joe's pretty much knows me by name. I love drinking healthy drinks. 
This is one of my favorites. I love everything in it. 

Orange, Banana and Pineapple Smoothie

2 bananas
1 cup of fresh pineapple
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup coconut milk
1 1/2 cups ice
2 tablespoons of honey

Place all of your ingredients in a blender and blend away until ice is crushed.


55 comments:

  1. Val these look amazing and are super healthy which is a total bonus!!!

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  2. I've said it before and I'll say it again: I just love when you blog. Such a treat.

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  3. YUM. This sounds so good right now! I have an awful sore throat and have been living off of smoothies for the past 24 hours. I need to make this one next!

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  4. This sounds great. GREAT. And I think I have all of these ingredients at home so I can try soon.

    PS - my TJ's knows me by name, too. That just means we know where the good stuff is ;)

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  5. And now I require a smoothie. This looks fantastic, Val - as always :)

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  6. Yummy!!! Haha! So funny I posted a smoothie recipe today too. Great minds ;)

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  7. YUM! I bet this would be awesome with the almond/coconut milk blend

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  8. Looks delicious and refreshing! I love making my own smoothies at home :) May have to try this recipe out!

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  9. I will definitely have to try this - I'm a smoothie fiend. Not kidding! And this sounds amazing :)

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  10. Smoothies are some of my favorite warm weather drinks! Writing down these ingredients to try asap!

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  11. I swear you read my mind! I've been craving a smoothie of just the sorts. Love the polka dot glasses too!

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  12. This sounds so refreshing. I love smoothies too. I usually have one everyday :)

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  13. yum! and so simple. I'm so excited for the Farmer's Market season, there's one right downtown and I can't wait to go.

    PS my food obsessed boyfriend just made me stop on every post so he could read it, he's a big fan!

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  14. mmmm, I've got EVERYTHING except the pineapple!!!!!!!!!! uggg, this looks so amazing, I would LOVE this for breakfast!! yum!!

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  15. i don't know why i never thought of using coconut milk in a smoothie, but it's genius! i might have to try this recipe!

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  16. Yummy Val...and those glasses are adorable. Happy Mothers day weekend.

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  17. Those are something I wanna try to do right now!! :)

    p.s. I hope you will check out mine fashion blog too,
    if you have time! :)

    Much love,
    The Cabinet Of Fashion blog

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  18. I'll try this. I love smoothies! Especially when it's 100 degrees in the summer.

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  19. SO refreshing and perfect for a 90 degree day like yesterday xoxo

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  20. oh man that looks fantastic. definitely want to try this summer! (maybe with a little rum added!)

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  21. Oh yum! Hubs and I are really into smoothies right now. With the protein I need for the pregnancy but my inability to stomach meat - this is a good alternative for me because I can add protein powder!

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  22. YUM! These sound so delicious and refreshing. I make smoothies every morning for breakfast and did a juice cleanse last month! And I can totally relate to being a Trader Joe's junkie. I have the same cashier that I go to every week and she hugs me hello and goodbye. LOVE that place!

    xoxo,
    Rachael

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  23. Mmm. Three of my favorite fruits in one drink? I will have to whip this up!

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  24. That might just be the perfect flavor combo! Sounds so delicious Val! :-)
    Vanessa

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  25. The perfect combo! Beautiful Val!

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  26. YUM... my girlies would love this smoothie recipe... myself as well!

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  27. The coconut milk addition is genius! I have been getting more into juices and juice blends lately but I just buy the Bolthouse Farms brand. I should make some of my own.

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  28. They look so refreshing, Val!

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  29. This looks SO good, and I think I just happen to have all the ingredients!

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  30. I just love fresh drinks like this one!

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  31. We make smoothies almost daily around here and these look amazing. Cheers my friend... I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day !

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  32. this sounds absolutely amazing!! i'm going to have to try it out this weekend :) xx

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  33. Love the fruits you used for this smoothie, Val! It looks like a delicious, refreshing way to start the weekend!

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  34. Yummy, yum, yum! This looks so delicious!!

    xo,
    Brooke

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  35. Shared this on my COM-FB page. xoxo jen

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  36. I'm always looking for new smoothie recipes!!! love this

    xo Jackie
    ...livingaftermidnite

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  37. This looks so good!!! I want one right now!

    Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  38. mmm thats such a treat. I'm a juice-a-holic too. I usually drink vegetable juices, like carrot-beet-cucumber-celery, its not as sweet and its very cleansing, I love it

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  39. Oh my word this looks AMAZING! I am definitely making it today. xo

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  40. This looks so darn good!!!... you give us the most wonderful recipes.. I hope you're putting together a book! Seriously!

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  41. Ok, so the smoothie looks delish- but those glasses?? Fantastic! Where oh where did you get them??

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  42. This smoothie is incredible and your photo skills are too!

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  43. This looks delish! Just saved it to make later! ;)

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  44. i'm a major smoothieaholic, too - i drink one almost every single morning. yum! i definitely will have to give this a try. i might sub coconut water instead of coconut milk to save some calories + maybe add in oats for additional fiber + fillingness (is that even a word)? thanks for the idea!

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  45. These look so delicious! I'll be giving these a whirl in the near future!

    xoxo
    peacelovedecor.com

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