Green Pineapple Smoothie

Green Pineapple Smoothie

Made with mint, ginger, lime & kale, this healthy pineapple smoothie recipe is a vibrant, refreshing smoothie riff on a classic mojito cocktail!

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Green Pineapple Smoothie

This green pineapple smoothie has become my most recent breakfast kick. It’s super fresh, vibrant, and healthy, and it leaves me feeling energized at the start of the day. Between all the food that’s been around during our cookbook testing and all of the food I’m about to eat in Italy – I’ve tried to clean (and green) things up over the last few weeks. Cheesecakes and pizzas aside, I’ve gotten back to my salad-ey lunches and green drink routines.

So it was perfect timing that Tess Masters (a.k.a The Blender Girl) sent me a copy of her new book The Blender Girl Smoothies. It’s packed with over 100 super unique, superfood smoothie recipes, ranging from light breakfast recipes to indulgent dessert smoothies – (hello Apple Pie in a Glass, I’m coming for you this fall!). If this pineapple smoothie is any indication, this book is one you’re going to want!

Pineapple Smoothie Recipe Ingredients

Green Pineapple Smoothie Recipe Ingredients

In the book, Tess calls this recipe a “Green Mojito Smoothie.” Though it’s not alcoholic and free of any added sugar, it is like a super-fresh version of the classic cocktail, thanks to lime zest and lots of fresh mint. 

Just toss them into the blender with kale, pineapple chunks, coconut water, a little stevia, and ginger, if you like! Blend until smooth, and enjoy this super-fresh, vibrant drink as a healthy breakfast or snack.

Pineapple Smoothie Recipe Variations

Like all smoothie recipes, this one is flexible, so feel free to play with it to suit your tastes or use what you have on hand. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Add more tropical fruits! Make a pineapple banana smoothie for a creamier texture, or try a mango pineapple combination.
  • Use coconut milk instead of coconut water for a richer, creamier smoothie.
  • Blend in a scoop of your favorite protein powder or Greek yogurt to make it heartier.
  • Use fresh pineapple instead of frozen, and toss a few ice cubes into the blender so it still comes out cold.
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Let me know what variations you try!

Pineapple Smoothie with Mint and Lime

If you love this pineapple smoothie recipe…

Get the book here or try my strawberry banana smoothie, berry smoothie bowl, avocado smoothie, or kale smoothie next!

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Green Pineapple Smoothie

  PrintPrep time 5 minsTotal time 5 mins Pineapple smoothie reprinted from THE BLENDER GIRL SMOOTHIES Copyright © 2014, 2015 by Tess Masters. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.Author: Tess MastersRecipe type: Breakfast, snackServes: 2Ingredients

  • 1 cup (240ml) coconut water or water
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated lime zest 3 limes, peeled and quartered
  • 1 cup (25g) torn-up curly green kale leaves (1 or 2 large leaves with stalk removed)
  • ½ cup (18g) firmly packed mint
  • 2 cups (320g) frozen pineapple
  • 5 drops alcohol-free liquid stevia, plus more to taste

Boosters: 1 teaspoon wheatgrass powder

  • 1 teaspoon minced ginger
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil


  1. Throw all of the ingredients into your blender and blast on high for 30 to 60 seconds, until smooth and creamy.


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  1. Ayurveda medicated oils from

    Very colorful smoothie. looking delightful..

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  2. Sarah | Well and Full from

    This smoothie looks delightful! I love adding fresh ginger to my smoothies, it always calms my stomach 🙂

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  3. Cathleen @ A Taste Of Madness from

    This smoothie is so GREEN!! I love it!

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  4. Anna

    it’s too hot here in Barcelona I think I need this drink right nooow!!!

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  5. Liese

    Confused, are the 3 quartered limes blended up peel and all?

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    • Danielle from

      Here’s what I did: zested them, then sliced them into quarters. I removed the peel and seeds, which left me with 4 lime pulp chunks that I tossed in the blender. Just right for that mojito flavor.

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      • Danielle from

        (the zest goes in the blender, too)

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        • Liese

          thanks, that’s what I was thinking of doing but thought perhaps the peel was kept for a reason, though it didn’t seem very appetizing!

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  6. Danielle from

    You had me at mojito! This is the best smoothie! I made it yesterday and added mango. I’m making another one today. I’ll try to remember to snap a photo before I drink it all.

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  7. Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday from

    If this smoothie recipe can get some detoxing action going on then I’m in, lol! It looks seriously green – screams healthy, fresh and cool. What a beauty!

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  8. Sara @ Cake Over Steak from

    Love it! As of the last week or so I’ve been on a real smoothie kick. I love mojitos and I’ve been trying to keep some green in my smoothies, so this one sounds perfect for me. I’ll have to check out her book!

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