My Favourite Green Smoothie

This year one of my New Years resolutions was to get myself into a better morning routine.  For as long as I can remember I’ve been hitting the snooze button too many times leaving me scrambling to get out the door on time.  This meant 99% of the time I would leave the house without eating breakfast.  I would get to school and do my every day check-in’s with the kids “did you have a good sleep?” “a good breakfast?” all while my own tummy was making some crazy noises.  Between the grumbling and sloshing of coffee on an empty stomach I knew it was not good and something needed to change. I initially tried the overnight oat thing. It was OK but I didn’t have time to eat it before I left and by the time I got to school and sat at my desk, eating breakfast was at the bottom of my to-do list.  I needed something for the drive to school…. a smoothie!

I experimented with a few recipes and this one is by far my favourite.  It’s healthy, delicious, and keeps my full until lunch!

* peel, cut, and freeze your bananas before!

Best Green Smoothie Recipe

-1/2 frozen banana
-1 cup (or more) fresh baby spinach
-1 cup coconut milk
-1 scoop PB2
-1 scoop organic brown rice protein powder – this stuff is absolutely horrendous on its own but it is perfect in this smoothie. I tried it with vanilla and it was NOT GOOD.
-Handful of mixed nuts, dates, and shredded coconut.  I throw a big batch of this in my food processor once a month and keep it in a jar on my counter.  My favourite mixture is dates, almonds, dried coconut, and cashews.
-splash of egg whites – this makes it frothy and gives you a little more protein
-dash of cinnamon
*you can add ice if you wish but the frozen banana keeps it cold enough for my liking

I almost always prep my smoothie the night before by putting everything, except the coconut milk, into the blender cup and popping it into the freezer.  That way all I need to do is add the liquid and blend.

And because drinking a smoothie out of a cute tumbler makes everything better, here are a few of my favourites:

Oh and I always get questions about my metal straws.  Here they are! I just have the regular metal one but these metallic ones look pretty sweet!

Are you a big smoothie guy?! If so, share your favourite in the comment section below.  It’s so nice to switch it up every so often!



  • 6 months ago

    I made this concoction myself… I drink it pretty much every day. It works out to about 260 calories.

    -1 small banana
    -1/2cup blue berries
    -4 Pineapple chunks
    -1 tbsp matcha
    -handfull Spinach
    -Silk unsweetened Vanilla Almond milk 1.5 cups
    -1 tablspoon chai seeds
    -1 scoop Vega Protien ( I like coconut almond or chocolate flavours)
    -1 cup of ice cubes

    • 6 months ago

      That sounds delicious!! I love pineapple but never think to put it in my smoothie, I’ll have to give it a try!

  • Krystal
    6 months ago

    Spinach, mango, peaches, strawberry and water – it’s pretty juicy but still super filling! We buy everything frozen except the spinach so it’s easy to always have on-hand. Blend it up the night before and just give it a quick shake before drinking it!

    If I’m still a little hungry, my favourite new protein powder is the Juice Plus Complete Dutch Chocolate flavour. No need to mix it into a smoothie, it’s AMAZING on its own with water. Vegan, gluten-free, and NSF certified! I’ve used a LOT of different proteins in my life, and this is the only one I can drink everyday without eventually getting sick of!

    • 6 months ago

      I’ll have to try that protein powder for when I’m feeling like a sweet treat!

  • Steph
    5 months ago

    This sounds delicious:) Where do you get the organic brown rice protein powder that you use?

    • 5 months ago

      Hi Steph!
      I got it from Old Fashion Foods!

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