Blueberry and Spinach Superfood Green Smoothie

Superfood green smoothie

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Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 0 mins
Total: 5 mins
Serving: 1 serving

A superfood green smoothie recipe made with spinach and blueberries for a powerful eye-opening anti-oxidant boost, along with bananas and a bit of ice to round it all out. The spinach adds plenty of protein, but if you wanted to give it even more of a protein boost, you could add a little vegan hemp protein powder or even just a handful of hemp seeds or hemp hearts

Note that unlike many smoothie recipes, this one doesn't call for any sweetener, as the ingredients are all-natural and unprocessed whole foods. If you want to add something to sweeten it up, we'd recommend a date (soak it in water first to soften it up a bit) or a pinch of stevia to keep this smoothie recipe as healthy and unprocessed as possible. 

This blueberry spinach superfood smoothie is a raw vegan superfood meal in a green smoothie package and is suitable for anyone on a vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free, raw-vegan or low-fat diet.


  • 1 banana
  • 4 ice cubes
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  • 1/4 cup liquid (see recipe note below)
  • 1 cup fresh spinach

Steps to Make It

  1. Gather the ingredients. 

    Ingredients for smoothie
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  2. In a blender, blend together the banana, ice cubes, blueberries, and liquid until smooth.

    Blend ingredients
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  3. Add spinach and blend again until completely smooth and creamy.

    Add spinach
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  4. No sweetener is needed in this recipe, as the blueberries carry the flavor and are plenty sweet on their own, but if you find this smoothie a bit too bland, try adding a touch of agave nectar to give it a bit more zing.

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  5. Serve and enjoy!


  • If you're eating a raw food diet, use water or another raw liquid, such as cashew milk or fresh-squeezed juice that you have on hand. If you're not concerned about eating raw, try apple juice or orange juice in this green smoothie recipe. Water or any kind of milk substitute, such as coconut milk, almond milk or soy milk, would also be just fine, of course.