If you’re a fan of tropical tastes, you will love this amazing pineapple coconut smoothie recipe.

Perfect as breakfast or an energizing afternoon snack. I mean, who can resist the pineapple and coconut smoothie? Certainly not me.

Just in case, if you want to restrict your sugar intake, make sure you can use unsweetened coconut/almond milk, unsweetened shredded coconut, and unsweetened frozen pineapple chunks for this smoothie recipe.


-one cup of Almond milk

-one banana fresh or frozen

-two cups of frozen pineapple

-1/4 cup sweetened flaked coconut

Garnishes optional

-two sprigs of mint

-two lime wedges

-two pineapple wedges

-coarse sugar


Place the almond milk, banana, pineapple and coconut in a blender; blend until completely smooth ingredients. Serve as is or garnish as follows.
For optional decorate, dip the rim of 2 glasses into water and then into a plate of coarse sugar.
Stream the smoothie into the glasses and place a mint sprig into each glass.
Place a wedge of pineapple and lime into the rims of the cups.

Summer calls for healthy and refreshing drinks. You’ll soon dream of this one while chilling on the beach. This smoothie, prepared with tropical fruit and no added sugar, has everything you need to amaze your taste buds!

My smoothie recipes are by far the easiest recipes I have on the blog, and they are also one of the most popular recipes (you can find them all in the recipes index section). You can’t go wrong with them, easy and fast to prepare. Because when I was younger (and even now for some of them) I wasn’t a huge fan of fruit, using them in smoothies is always a good way to increase my intake of fruit. The sunrise apricot strawberry smoothie, the tropical green detox smoothie, the mango smoothie and the blackberry chia seed smoothie are my favorite smoothies in summer.

And I can add some smoothie bowls, like my delicious green avocado smoothie (don’t taste greens at all!) and my exotic smoothie mango bowl. You could enjoy them basically anytime of the day. Personally, with a delicious smoothie for breakfast, I like to start the day. It’s like a little routine that puts you in a good mood: you choose the fruits that you like, mix them together, add a little twist from time to time, pour in a glass and dip a beautiful straw into the beverage. You can also have fun with the top of your choice when you go for the smoothie bowl option.

Two fruits I always loved are coconut and pineapple. I enjoy their sweet tropical taste and remember the sun and warm weather, the islands and the beach chilling. You can find a very relaxing feeling by sipping this delicious tropical smoothie. Give it an attempt!


  • 1 cup (240 ml) of coconut milk, full fat,
  • 1 banana, sliced,
  •  2 cups (350 g) Frozen pieces of pineapple
  • 1/4 cup (20 g) of coconut flakes.


Place all the ingredients in a mixer and mix until smooth. Pour in and enjoy 2 glasses!

You’re going to love this pineapple coconut smoothie recipe if you’re a fan of tropical flavors. For a double layer of coconut flavor, it incorporates both coconut milk and shredded coconut. Make sure you use unsweetened coconut milk, unsweetened shredded coconut and unsweetened frozen chunks of pineapple for this recipe if you want to limit your sugar intake.

Coconut pineapple smoothie recipes


  • pineapple 3 cups (chunks, unsweetened, frozen),
  • coconut milk 1/2 cup (unsweetened, not coconut cream),
  • pineapple juice 1/2 cup,
  • 2 tbsp. Coconut (unsweetened, shredded),
  • yogurt 1/2 cup (vanilla),
  • yogurt 1 cup.

Optional honey:

  • 1 tbsp. Ananas (garnish chunks).

Steps to make it: Place in a smoothie blender all the ingredients. Process until texture is smooth or preferred. Garnish with chunks of pineapple. Serve right away. If you ca n’t get enough smoothies with your children, try some of our other favorite smoothie breakfast recipes.

Pineapple Coconut Smoothie – Piña Colada

A frozen virgin who will take you to your favorite resort. And if you’d like to add some rum, there’s no judgment here – just make sure your kids don’t sneak your own sip!


  • 1 1/2 cups of fat coconut milk (I like Golden Star, which does not contain additives, gums or thickeners),
  • 3 cups of frozen pineapple chunks,
  • 1 frozen banana,
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla, optional.

Instructions Mix all ingredients until smooth in a high – speed blender, preferably in the “Frozen” setting if your blender has one*. Enjoy it right away!


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