Green Goddess Smoothie

This Green Goddess Smoothie is by far my favorite summer smoothie! It was actually the first smoothie combo that I have ever made. It’s a fun green color and tastes super refreshing. The green color comes both from spinach and wheatgrass. Wheatgrass has a grassy taste that isn’t too strong so its an easy add to any smoothie. Wheatgrass is rich in nutrients and antioxidants. However, wheatgrass comes from the wheat plant and can contain gluten depending on how it is harvested. It may be best to avoid wheatgrass if you are gluten-free.

If you are looking for more summer smoothie recipes, checkout my Orange Creamsicle Smoothie and Tart Beet Berry Smoothie recipes.

green goddess smoothie

What You’ll Need:

Frozen Banana:  I definitely recommend freezing the banana. I think frozen bananas taste like ice cream when blended in a smoothie and are so delicious!

Frozen Pineapple: You will need frozen pineapple chunks for this recipe.

Fresh Spinach: I prefer using fresh spinach for this smoothie rather than frozen. I found that frozen spinach makes it too icy and not as flavorful.

Almond Butter: I like to use a plain almond butter with no added sugar or oil.

Wheatgrass: I use a scoop of wheatgrass in this recipe. Skip the wheatgrass if you need to be gluten-free.

Cinnamon: Add cinnamon to taste for some added flavor.

Coconut Water or Almond Milk: You can use either coconut water or unsweetened almond milk in this recipe. Coconut water makes it taste more refreshing and sweet. Almond milk makes it taste creamier.

How to Make Green Goddess Smoothie:

Blend all ingredients until smooth! To make a thicker smoothie, add less almond milk or coconut water. To make a thinner smoothie, add more almond milk or coconut water.

green goddess smoothie

I hope you enjoy this recipe, please comment and let me know if you give it a try! Or tag me if you make them on instagram @wellbymel_!


Green Goddess Smoothie

This Green Goddess Smoothie makes the perfect, refreshing breakfast!
Course Breakfast
Servings 1 bowl


  • Blender


  • 1 Frozen Banana
  • 1 cup Frozen Pineapple cubed
  • 1 1/2 cup Fresh Spinach
  • 1 tbsp Almond Butter
  • 1 tsp Wheatgrass
  • Cinnamon
  • 1 – 1/12 cup Coconut Water or Almond Milk


  • Blend all ingredients until smooth! It takes less than five minutes to make.


To make a thicker smoothie, add less almond milk or coconut water. To make a thinner smoothie, add more almond milk or coconut water.
Keyword Green Smoothie, Smoothie, Smoothie Bowl

6 responses to “Green Goddess Smoothie”

  1. nosey2018 Avatar

    Definitely going to try this!

    1. wellbymel_ Avatar

      Yayy let me know how you like it!

      1. nosey2018 Avatar


  2. […] you’re looking for more smoothie recipes, be sure to checkout my Green Goddess smoothie and Tart Beet Berry smoothie […]

  3. chase Avatar

    This is my go to smoothie. Can’t get enough of it!!!

  4. […] If you’re looking for more refreshing summer recipes, be sure to checkout my Pina Colada Smoothie and Green Goddess Smoothie recipes. […]

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Hi, I’m Mel! I am a registered dietitian who specializes in women’s nutrition (fertility, prenatal, and postpartum) as well as nutrition for busy professionals. I am passionate about helping others live a healthy lifestyle that is practical and sustainable for them. Whether you are pregnant, postpartum, or a busy individual, I’m here to make nourishing yourself simple and not stressful. Read More



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