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Don’t judge this raspberry peach spinach smoothie already because of its name. Your mama taught you better than that!

You won't believe that there is spinach in this raspberry peach spinach smoothie! The name doesn't do this smoothie justice as you cannot taste or see the spinach in this! Such a great way to get your daily greens in without the fight!
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I’m only saying that because I don’t want you to turn away from this recipe because of the ‘spinach.’ I bet you when you first looked at the photo, you didn’t even realize there was spinach in this, did you?

Nope.

You won't believe that there is spinach in this raspberry peach spinach smoothie! The name doesn't do this smoothie justice as you cannot taste or see the spinach in this! Such a great way to get your daily greens in without the fight!

In both flavor and visually; you can’t tell there is any sort of green in this smoothie. Which means two things: 1. your kids will never know and 2. you can get an added green boost without even thinking twice!

What I love about bright vibrant smoothies such as this raspberry peach spinach smoothie is the fact that the flavors hide the greens and the color hides it too. Using fruits that create vibrant colored smoothies is key if you want to trick your mind that you’re having something healthy ;)

You won't believe that there is spinach in this raspberry peach spinach smoothie! The name doesn't do this smoothie justice as you cannot taste or see the spinach in this! Such a great way to get your daily greens in without the fight!

I honestly don’t mind greens at all in smoothies. I LOVE them. I’m just saying all this because I know a lot of people who literally can’t deal with knowing there are greens in their smoothies or seeing green in a smoothie.

You won't believe that there is spinach in this raspberry peach spinach smoothie! The name doesn't do this smoothie justice as you cannot taste or see the spinach in this! Such a great way to get your daily greens in without the fight!

A great way to drink to summer!

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Raspberry Peach Spinach Smoothie

Don’t let the name fool you — you can’t tell there is spinach in this whatsoever!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 smoothies

Equipment

Ingredients 

  • 1 ⅓ cup (316 ml) unsweetened almond milk
  • cup (67 g) plain kefir or plain greek yogurt
  • 3 pitted dates
  • cup (80 g) frozen raspberries
  • ¾ cup (115 ½ g) frozen peach slices
  • Giant handful of baby spinach leaves

Optional Add-Ins

Instructions 

  • Place all ingredients into the blender, with the liquids at the bottom, then blend until smooth and to your desired consistency. If too thick, add more liquid. If too thin, add some ice to thicken up or more frozen fruit.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Smoothie, Calories: 184kcal, Carbohydrates: 40g, Protein: 6g, Fat: 2g, Fiber: 7g, Sugar: 32g

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4 Comments

  1. I love raspberries! And I love how you “hide” the spinach, it feels healthy delicious!

  2. i have been piling greens in my smoothies lately with berries but peach is definitely a nice addition. also, besides spinach, i tried spring mix because i had way too much and it wasnt bad at all.