This ultra-creamy Spinach Fruit Smoothie is so good, you won’t even know you’re drinking your greens! Healthy, simple ingredients like frozen mango and pineapple are blended with baby spinach, milk, and yogurt for an easy drink. Make up this quick smoothie for a refreshing breakfast or snack for the whole family!

Two glasses are filled with a pineapple spinach smoothie.

Who knew getting your fruit and veggies in could taste so good?!

Blend up spinach, mango, pineapple, milk, and yogurt into a filling Spinach Fruit Smoothie that even the kiddos will slurp up.

Honestly, with the sweetness from the fruit, you don’t even know the spinach is in there. (Well, except for the beautiful green color!)

The trick is to use TROPICAL fruits such as pineapple and mango. They’re naturally sweeter and cover up the greens more easily!

It’s a delicious way to get in an extra serving of vegetables.

Mix it up in just 5 minutes, or prepare in advance to save even more time on busy mornings!

Spinach, oat milk, honey, frozen mango, frozen pineapple, and yogurt are the ingredients in this recipe.
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  • Pineapple. It is best if you use frozen pineapple. This helps with the chilled creamy texture. You can buy already frozen pineapple at the store. Or, you can cut a pineapple when they’re in season and freeze it to use year-round.
  • Mango. You also want to use frozen mango so the smoothie is slushy. Buy frozen mango at the store or cut a mango and freeze it for later.
  • Greens. Fresh spinach is used in this recipe for its mild taste. You can also use another leafy green, like kale or arugula, but the flavor and texture may change a little.
  • Milk. Use your milk of choice. Regular or a non-dairy milk, like oat, soy, coconut, or another nut-based milk such as cashew or almond milk, all work well. If needed, you can sub in apple juice or orange juice, or even coconut water.
  • Yogurt. Plain, unflavored yogurt is best. You can use regular, goat’s milk, Greek yogurt, or nut or plant-based yogurt.
  • Sweetener. This is optional. Make the smoothie first and then add in if you would like it sweeter. Mangos and pineapple are normally pretty sweet so you may not need any added sugar. Honey and maple syrup are natural and work great.

Tip for Super Smooth Smoothies

Use a combination of fresh and frozen fruits to make blending the smoothie together so much easier! You can also thaw previously frozen fruit for 15-30 minutes in order to make it softer and easier to blend.

How to Make Spinach Fruit Smoothies

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1. Combine ingredients in a blender.

Add all of the healthy ingredients to a blender. One that is capable of completely blending up all of the ingredients until they are silky smooth is key! (I use a Vitamix when I’m making more than one smoothie and a Nutribullet when it’s just for me!)

Place the yogurt and spinach closer to the blade and the frozen fruit further from the blade.

Blending Tip

In order to more easily blend frozen ingredients for a smoothie, you’ll want to place the softer ingredients closer to the blade and the frozen ingredients further away from the blade.

2. Blend until silky smooth.

Blend for 1-2 minutes. Run the blender until the smoothie reaches a smooth and creamy consistency. You might need to add in a little more liquid of your choice if the ingredients aren’t mixing well. You can also add more sweetener, to taste.

Serve with mango and pineapple chunks and a straw.

More Add-Ins to Try

This pineapple smoothie recipe is a great place to start. Increase the nutritional value by adding any of these healthy but optional add-ins:

  • Nuts
  • Hemp seeds
  • Chia seeds
  • Flax seeds
  • Avocado
  • Fish or flax seed oil
  • Protein powder
  • Turmeric powder
  • Gluten-free oats
  • Leafy greens
  • Other fresh or frozen fruits

Meal Prepping a Smoothie

A little bit of prep work can save you valuable time on a busy morning. All you have to do is measure out the frozen fruit and yogurt into freezer safe bags, then freeze for up to 3 to 4 months.

When you’re ready to blend up the smoothie, let the ingredients thaw for 30 minutes or so, then mix it up with your choice of liquid.

Are spinach smoothies healthy?

Yes! Smoothies with spinach and fresh fruits are incredibly healthy for you. Use antioxidant-packed fruit, protein-full milk and yogurt, and any other nutritious add-ins for more benefits like healthy fats and vitamin K. Smoothies, however, can be relatively high in sugar and carbs, so they may not be suited for diabetics or those on a low-carb diet. Learn how smoothies are healthy.

Can you taste the spinach in smoothies?

You can’t really taste the spinach when it’s added to a smoothie. Green smoothies actually taste delicious, and very much like regular frozen fruit smoothies. The sweet fruit almost completely masks the flavor of whatever greens you are using.

Can you freeze spinach for smoothies?

While you can freeze spinach for smoothies, be aware of extra liquid. You might want to add less milk or juice at first.

More Frozen Fruit Smoothies

Once you know How to Make a Fruit Smoothie, you can make just about any flavor. Or, check out one of these simple recipes.

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Spinach Fruit Smoothie Recipe

This ultra-creamy Spinach Fruit Smoothie is so good, you won’t even know you’re drinking your greens! Healthy, simple ingredients like frozen mango and pineapple are blended with baby spinach, milk, and yogurt for an easy drink.
Two glasses are filled with a pineapple spinach smoothie.
Yield 2 servings
Prep 5 minutes
Total 5 minutes
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  • 1 ¼ cups frozen pineapple thawed for 5 minutes
  • 1 ¼ cups frozen mango thawed for 5 minutes
  • 1 cup baby spinach fresh
  • ½ cup milk unsweetened*
  • ¼ cup yogurt plain*
  • 1-2 Tbsp. sweetener optional


  • Add all ingredients to a blender such as a Vitamin or Nutribullet. Place the softer ingredients closer to the blade and the frozen ingredients further from the blade.
    1 ¼ cups frozen pineapple, 1 ¼ cups frozen mango, 1 cup baby spinach, ½ cup milk, ¼ cup yogurt, 1-2 Tbsp. sweetener
  • Blend for 1-2 minutes or until smooth and creamy. Serve with diced pineapple, mango, if desired.
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  • Yield: This recipe makes enough for two 8-oz. smoothies or one large, 16-oz. smoothie.
  • Milk: Regular, oat, cashew, almond, or soy milk can be used if you do not like coconut.
  • Yogurt: Greek yogurt, goat yogurt, or any other plant or nut-based yogurt may be used.
  • Prep-ahead: To prepare in advance, you can measure out ingredients and place them in a freezer-safe bag or airtight container. Store for up to 3-4 months in the freezer. Let it sit out for 20-30 minutes so the ingredients can thaw, then blend before serving.


Calories: 167kcal, Carbohydrates: 37g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 2g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 4mg, Sodium: 110mg, Potassium: 421mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 32g, Vitamin A: 2613IU, Vitamin C: 91mg, Calcium: 152mg, Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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  1. 5 stars
    I finally tried a green smoothie and it tastes so good! I couldn’t even tell there was spinach in it. Adding this one to my morning routine now.