This green smoothie is packed with grapes, spinach, green tea and avocado. A touch of honey adds sweetness.

EatingWell Test Kitchen
Source: EatingWell Magazine, January/February 2012




Ingredient Checklist


Instructions Checklist
  • Combine grapes, spinach, green tea, avocado and honey in a blender; blend until smooth. Serve immediately.



Tip: To brew strong green tea, use twice the amount of tea (or two tea bags), but do not over steep. Green tea should be steeped for no longer than 3 minutes; over steeping will give the tea a bitter taste.

Nutrition Facts

345 calories; protein 4.5g; carbohydrates 56.4g; dietary fiber 9.4g; sugars 41.6g; fat 15.2g; saturated fat 2.3g; vitamin a iu 3109.3IU; vitamin c 25.8mg; folate 144.3mcg; calcium 64.8mg; iron 2.2mg; magnesium 68.8mg; potassium 1109.8mg; sodium 35.5mg; thiamin 0.3mg; added sugar 6g.

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  • 5 star values: 2
  • 4 star values: 6
  • 3 star values: 0
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Rating: 4 stars
Omg! This green tea smoothie was really yummy I thought it was gonna taste weird but it didn't it was delious! My husdban & I love it. I also made it for my kids but for them I added strawberries so it can look red cause I know if is only green they were not gonna drink it. They love it too!! Read More
Rating: 5 stars
I 'heart' this! Needed a healthy way to increase my potassium. Was getting less than 50%. I substituted the honey and added 3 dates to sweeten and increase the potassium. 1 serving provides a wowing 94% (3 303 mg) of the recommended daily allowance. And the bonus... tastes GREAT!!!! Read More
Rating: 4 stars
This is a really refreshing smoothie. I used Macha blend green tea and substituted the avocado with a soft/silken tofu and added mint leaves. Very good. Read More
Rating: 4 stars
Refreshing Go-To Smoothie This is really tasty. I modified the recipe a bit by substituting half the avocado with some plain Greek yogurt to increase the protein content and also added some fresh ginger and flax and chia powder. Also made concentrated green tea with half the water which I added to a separate container shaken with a few ice cubes before dumping the lot into the blender. Didn't notice the call for honey for the longest time. Doesn't really need it IMO. Read More
Rating: 4 stars
This was really good! A great way to get your green veggies and antioxidants and good fats. in our house we tend to gag at the thought of smoothies - too thick! But this was not! It's like drinking a juice. Dont get put off by its being green! Read More
Rating: 4 stars
Sweet a lovely sweet smoothie that really toom the edge off the afternoon heat. A bit chunky with bits of grape peel but I suspect that's more to do with the craptastic quality of my blender than anything else. A great way to get children to eat leafy greens. Pros: sweet cooling thirst quencer Cons: a bit chunky Read More
Rating: 5 stars
Super fresh smoothie My first thaught was: IEEH it's green. But the taste is so much better than it looks like. You have to try it. I'm gonna make it for my boyfriend tomorrow. Pros: Fresh sweet easy to drink Read More
Rating: 4 stars
I have to say this is really tasty. I add manuka honey to this to sweeten and sometimes replace grapes with a kiwi fruit (skin on) and some strawberries. You can add any other fruits if you wish. I find it hard to eat the ingredients separately so find the smoothie is the easiest way to get all I need in 1 drink. I put the green tea in the fridge for half an hour once the teabag has drained well to cool it down or you can add ice to the smoothie to cool it down. Read More