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Pineapple, Orange & Banana Smoothie

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Pineapple Orange Banana Smoothie |

If you look on the top shelf of my fridge, there are three drinks you’re guaranteed to find: a pitcher of iced tea, milk…and pine-orange-banana juice. It’s been my favorite for about…oh…twenty years. :)  (Gosh, I’m getting old!)

So when I realized this week that I coincidentally had real oranges, bananas, and a fresh pineapple in the house, thought I would kick it up another notch and make the real thing! And I’m happy to report it was, of course, absolutely fabulous. And super sweet — definitely no extra honey, vanilla, or other ingredients needed.


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Pineapple, Orange & Banana Smoothie

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  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Total Time: 2 minutes
  • Yield: 0 About 3 cups 1x


This pineapple, orange and banana smoothie is quick and easy to make, and so tasty!


  • 2 cups fresh pineapple chunks
  • 2 bananas, peeled
  • 1 orange, peeled
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 Tbsp. ground flax seed and/or wheat germ (optional)


  1. In a blender, combine all ingredients.  Blend until smooth, then serve immediately.  (If your blender has trouble getting going, you may need to add in a few tablespoons of water or juice to get it started.)

Ali’s Tip:

If you think a few hours ahead before making this (instead of impulsively, like me :-)), toss these fruits (pre-chopped) into the freezer for a few hours. Then there’s no need to use ice!!

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25 comments on “Pineapple, Orange & Banana Smoothie”

  1. Oh man, I really need to get a blender. This looks delicious.

  2. I have all three of those in my fridge right now!!! Mmmmm…. breakfast smoothie tomorrow.

  3. Amazing. I love pineapple and banana together and the oranges just make it so tropical. Yumm.

  4. love me a smoothie. We use ice and yogurt (french vanilla) as I can’t do bananas.

    If we find the fruit a little too tart we use a squirt of agave to even on the flavour.

  5. Yum! love the pineapple picture.

  6. Love these photos! I’ve been drinking a smoothie for breakfast everyday, using whatever frozen fruits I have in the freezer. I add some grape juice and vanilla soy milk too. It’s been a great way to start the day.

  7. This was absolutely amazing! It ‘s perfect for breakfast and just… wow. I’m drinking it right now and it is amazing!

  8. Hey there! I just wanted to say thanks again for the recipe for this smoothie and to let you know that the cooking challenge has just gone live if you wanted to check it out.

    Have a great day! :)

  9. Thank you but I would change two things: 1) the ornge, i would put orange squeezed instead of the whole orange because otherwise in the smoothie there is a lot of fiber that does not get blended easily, also I would avoid flaxseed as my natoropath told me that they are cito-toxic (still have to figure out what does it mean exactly) ciao!

  10. Made this yesterday, the taste was great but I found it hard to get through a straw with all the fibrousness. I also didn’t do a good job getting all the eyes off the pineapple so there were little sharp bits. =\

  11. Used 1 1/2 cups crushed pineapple 1/2 tsp flax seed lots more ice…… very good icy & thick.

  12. I found this so helpful thanks alot

  13. Delish was tempted to drink the whole thing but stopped at half what do you suggest for a serving

  14. This was really good. I changed it a little based on what I had available. I did freeze my pineapple, used 1 fresh banana and 2 chilled oranges. No ice, no flax (btw, how does one not notice that they’ve used up all the flax when they’re the only one who uses it?). This was a hit, even with the charmer going through the “I’m so cool that I hate everything” stage.

  15. great recipe and super easy!