Mom Knows Best : Healthy Saint Patricks Day Pineapple Lime Coconut Smoothie

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Healthy Saint Patricks Day Pineapple Lime Coconut Smoothie

                          Check out this healthy green drink for Saint Patrick's day.

    I remember growing up and enjoying a green shamrock shake. To me, they were delicious as I had no clue what was in this green drink. Thank goodness, my kids have no clue about these unhealthy drinks that are loaded with sugar and artificial colors and who knows what other chemical crap.

A healthy green smoothie to celebrate Saint Patrick day

  Now that I am making better health choices, I try to avoid ingesting artificial colors. So there will be no green frosted colored cookies or green milkshakes for me or my kids. This year I will be making a delicious healthy green smoothie to celebrate Saint Patrick's day. My secret to the pretty green color is green matcha tea. This healthy powder is naturally green from green tea leaves. Matcha has a mild taste and you can not taste it in this healthy smoothie as I just used a little bit for color. This healthy loaded with protein drink has wonderful tastes of creamy coconut, pineapple, and lime which makes it a tropical delight. This is a perfect drink to serve for breakfast or really any time of day. My boys will be enjoying this yummy drink for an afternoon snack while this delightful green drink will be replacing my morning smoothie.

              Put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up!

      The secret to the great coconut flavor is my favorite Fermented Greek Yogurt Protein powder. I used the Coconut Cream flavor as it has an awesome coconut taste. This protein powder gives my healthy Saint Patrick's Day Pineapple Lime Coconut Smoothie some added gut health which will be great for my boy's digestion and immune system. Did you know that probiotics are great for a healthy gut? 

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Saint Patrick's Day Pineapple Lime Coconut Smoothie
   Makes 2-4 servings

     2 cups coconut milk beverage
     2 scoops Coconut Cream protein powder
     2 tablespoons honey
     1 cup pineapple chunks
     1 teaspoon lime juice
      1/2- 1 teaspoon Matcha powder for color
      coconut flakes for garnish, optional

Mix all ingredients except coconut flakes in a blender. Pour into glasses and sprinkle coconut flakes on top.


  1. I love how you can give the kids something so healthy and it be seasonal. Thank you for the recipe we will have to try it for a change from spinach and kale.

  2. I am all for smoothies this Easter! I have been wanting to cut off some weight too!

  3. I love smoothies and this one is so pretty! It looks good too, I could definitely use a switch from my routine smoothie.

  4. Oh now this sounds like a delicious drink to make for St Patrick's I am most definitely going to have to give it a whirl myself.

  5. Have not tired this kind of smoothie yet, need to make it because it must taste great.

  6. I love pineapple so this is one I will sure to try. Great recipe. Thanks

  7. I am all about smoothies! I love pineapple, but I never even thought to make a smoothie that flavor. I will definitely need to try that out.

  8. Wow this drink sounds amazing. I love tropical flavors like this so this drink would be delicious to me. Love the extra protein too!

  9. This sounds incredibly delicious! I love lime and coconut flavored drinks so this is a must try.

  10. A perfect smoothie this summer and it is refreshing! I love the combination of coconuts and pineapples :D Yum!

  11. This drink sounds really good and healthy too.

  12. This sounds like such a yummy smoothie. I love the idea of pineapple flavor.

  13. This sounds so refreshing. I love pineapple but have yet to try doing my pineapple this way.


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