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Blueberry-Spinach Smoothie

Ramp up your vitamin and mineral intake with only 28 calories when you add baby spinach to this lightly sweet fruit smoothie.



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4 cups baby spinach leaves
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½ cup plain soymilk
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1 ¼ cups frozen blueberries
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½ cup firm tofu cubes
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2 Tbs. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts
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2 tsp. agave nectar (optional)
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⅛ tsp. ground allspice (optional)


Purée spinach leaves with soymilk in blender. Add blueberries, tofu, Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts, agave nectar (if using), and allspice (if using); blend until smooth.

Nutrition Information: 

20 g
Total Fat: 
14 g
Saturated Fat: 
1 g
42 g
0 mg
223 mg
15 g
19 g
Serves 1

Comments on this Recipe

Super yummy smoothie! Loved it.

I love spinach, however I thought it was a bit overpowering here. I don't normally add agave or honey to smoothies, but I had to add extra here. My 5 year old and I drank it, but we weren't really enjoying it.

I loved it too! I added a little berry liquid stevia to it. Might add a few grains of salt next time. Yum!

4 Cups of raw spinach leaves?! That's a lot of oxalate -- is it safe?

agave is not good for ya...tofu and soy milk should always be organic since is not good for ya either....this is not very healthy after all

A little too much soy there:( Subsitute almond milk and no tofu would be a great smoothie. Have to get away from so much soy & soy products in our diets!!

Skip the agave - it's higher in fructose than high fructose corn syrup. I have used this recipe and if you use one orange it is sweet enough

How does it taste, please?

I make my own versions using most of these ingredients...Yum

I agree with other comments - leave out the soy! It's often hard to digest. Use homemade almond milk! It's got protein. Stay away from agave and opt for raw honey, a date or maple syrup.