A touch of pineapple-orange juice concentrate adds even more pineapple flavor to this refreshing smoothie.

Patsy Jamieson
Source: EatingWell Magazine, May/June 1998

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Recipe Summary

total:
10 mins
Servings:
2
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Combine pineapple, pineapple-orange-juice concentrate, yogurt, water and ice cubes in a blender; blend until smooth and frothy. Serve immediately.

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Nutrition Facts

154 calories; protein 4.1g 8% DV; carbohydrates 35.2g 11% DV; exchange other carbs 2.5; dietary fiber 1.1g 5% DV; sugars 30.6g; fat 0.2g; saturated fat 0.1g; cholesterol 1mg; vitamin a iu 51.7IU 1% DV; vitamin c 96.6mg 161% DV; folate 21.5mcg 5% DV; calcium 121.3mg 12% DV; iron 0.3mg 2% DV; magnesium 20.9mg 8% DV; potassium 395.5mg 11% DV; sodium 49mg 2% DV; thiamin 0.1mg 9% DV; added sugar 10g.

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  • 5 star values: 1
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Rating: 5 stars
03/28/2018
This tasted fantastic. I'm not usually a fan of fruit smoothies but this tasted great. Especially after an intense workout. I have 2 servings of this for dinner right before bed. Keeps me satisfied until morning. HOWEVER make sure your pineapple chunks and juice is frozen or else it will just taste like pineapple juice with pulp. Update: To make this an even more healthy drink add 2 stalks of kale. This is the first smoothie I've tried with Kale that actually tasted GREAT. Read More
Rating: 4 stars
07/03/2015
Delicious but high in sugar! Great after workout smoothie! Pinepple is wonderful for your joints! If using fresh pineapple the whole 1/4 cup of juice concentrate is not needed. I halved it and it was plenty sweet. You could even cut back more sugar by using plain yogurt or add protein by using greek. Read More