Banana Pineapple Smoothie Recipe with Almond Milk


Banana and Pineapple are a great combination of smoothie texture and powerful flavor. Try to use fresh pineapple, your tastebuds will thank you.

This is a simple and great tasting smoothie, great for any time of day, breakfast, an addition to lunch, a healthy midday snack or a pre-workout drink or even a post-workout smoothie.  I really like the amount of nutrition just a few simple ingredients offers.  This smoothie is low in calories and has less than one gram of fat, so if you’re dieting this is a great choice.  The carbohydrates and protein offered would be a great pre-workout boost.

My favorite feature would be that it offers 132% of the RDA for Vitamin C.  Vitamin C is a great immune booster and most people do not get enough in their daily diets.  I also like the amount of protein and dietary fiber this smoothie has.  You really do get a great bang for the calories and fat per serving, plus it’s filling and taste amazing.  Just remember for a thicker smoothie without the watered down affect ice cubes have, make sure to freeze the fresh pineapple and banana the night before.   Give this smoothie a try and let us know what you think!



  • 2 cups fresh pineapple (one cup cut up and frozen and one cup cut up not frozen)
  • 1 frozen banana cut into quarters
  • ½ cup non fat greek yogurt
  • 1 Tbs honey
  • ¼ cup original unsweetened Almond milk

Add all ingredients to Blender and blend to desired consistency.

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories 202 Per Serving (2 servings per recipe)
  • Calories from Fat 7% Daily Value*
  • Total Fat 0.8g 1%
  • Trans Fat 0.0g
  • Cholesterol 3mg 1%
  • Sodium 48mg 2%
  • Total Carbohydrates 45.2g 15%
  • Dietary Fiber 3.8g 15%
  • Sugars 32.9g
  • Protein 7.6g
  • Vitamin A 4%
  • Vitamin C 132%
  • Calcium 12%
  • Iron 4%



  1. Reply Steverino August 10, 2013

    Just made this smoothie…delicious!

    • Reply Smoothie Guy August 10, 2013

      If you ever make it again, send us a picture so we can add it to this post.

  2. Reply LimestoneKid October 31, 2013

    If I add some whey protein to it the mix I think it will make a delicious post-ride recovery drink. I’ll let you know.

  3. Reply Cristina Pasilliao Matawaran May 7, 2014

    hi?.. is it ok if i use milk instead of yogurt???

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