Pineapple Ginger Energy Smoothie

nutribullet energizing green smoothie with pineapple and anti-inflammatory ginger

Wake up your taste buds and your body with this energizing green smoothie! Fresh ginger and pineapple make a winning flavor combination that will not only perk you up, but also help fight inflammation. Combine that with protein-packed Greek yogurt and fiber-rich greens and your energy will be at optimum level, ready to get your day going or fuel your body before your workout!

Nut Free Gluten Free


Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Pineapple Ginger Energy Smoothie
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 278.7

% Daily Value*

Total fat 1.2 g 1.9%

Saturated Fat 0.3 g 1.6%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 7.1 mg 2.4%

Sodium 85.5 mg 3.6%

Total Carbs 52.0 g 17.3%

Dietary Fiber 5.7 g 22.9%

Sugars 33.4 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 17.5 g

Vitamin A 59.6%
Vitamin C 160.6%
Calcium 22.1%
Iron 9.4%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 2.6%
Vitamin K 183.2%
Thiamin 14.6%
Riboflavin 34.1%
Niacin 10.3%
Vitamin B-6 35.7%
Folate 29.7%
Vitamin B-12 17.8%
Panto. acid 11.9%
Phosphorus 24.4%
Magnesium 22.8%
Zinc 8.5%
Selenium 21.8%
Copper 17.9%
Manganese 104.9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
*Ice cubes should not exceed 25% of your total ingredients.


  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comment by Shelby1970
December 11, 2015
I found that a tablespoon of ginger is too much! Tried it the second time with only a dessert spoon of ginger and it was much better, the ginger gives it a nice kick but not too overpowering.😀
Comment by Sandrajean
August 21, 2015
Is this recipe a 1 serving or 2? Can I save 1/2 for later, or do I have to drink it all now?
Comment by reedip
July 28, 2015
Is this fresh grated ginger or powder?
Comment by veradom
July 10, 2015
Is this really 1 tablespoon ginger? Just seems like a lot.
Reply by craigandlynne
September 11, 2015
I just made it as per the recipe and the ginger has got a bit of a kick to it. If you're not a huge ginger fan I'd go half a tablespoon max
Reply by hdg1976
July 14, 2015
I think it's a tblspn of real ginger... I tried just over a tsp of powder and it seems strong to me too.
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