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Blueberry Avocado and Spinach Superfood Smoothie

This is my favorite all time smoothie recipe. Blueberry Avocado and Spinach Superfood Smoothie is the perfect recipe to help fight inflammation and give you an energy boost when you need it.  

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This recipe has all that you need for recovery.  Loaded with super foods to help fight inflammation, and immune support ingredients. This smoothie also gives you an energy boost when you need it.  I like to enjoy this recipe on those afternoons when I seem to be hitting the exhaustion wall.

Why this mix of ingredients works to help your whole body. 

Avocado is a healthy fat that gives your body potassium to heal inflammation as well as Vitamins C, B and E. 

Blueberries are great for your bones, skin, heart and mental health. Chocked full of beta-carotene, folate and 1 cup of blueberries will give you 24% of your recommended Vitamin C. 

Spinach is great for improving your blood glucose as well as digestion.  Loaded with Iron, Calcium and Magnesium. 

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Blueberry Avocado Spinach Smoothie with a straw.

Blueberry Avocado and Spinach Smoothie

This Blueberry Avocado and Spinach Superfood Smoothie is the perfect recipe to help fight inflammation and give you an energy boost when you need it.
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Servings: 1


  • Blender


  • 1 cup blueberries frozen or fresh
  • 1 cup fresh spinach leaves
  • 1 cup almond-coconut milk you can use just coconut or just almond
  • 1/2 ripe avocado skinned and pitted
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 scoop protein powder I used chocolate, but vanilla would be fine(optional)
  • 1/2 fresh ice


  • Place all ingredients in blender and puree.
  • Serve in glass.
  • Add a few fresh blueberries (optional).
Course: Breakfast, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine: American



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63 comments on “Blueberry Avocado and Spinach Superfood Smoothie”

  1. I used a frozen avocado half and left out the ice. I used my Nutri Bullet and no globby spinach or chia seeds. It was so good and like thick like a milk shake. I loved it. Too bad I dropped it and lost half of it. It was so good I was tempted to lick it off the floor! Great recipe! Thanks.

    1. Ron, I have never tasted chocolate almond milk so I can’t answer you. I can’t imagine that it would taste bad. If you use it I would love to know how it turns out.

  2. Hi Amy, I just read the article again. I don’t mind that the smoothie is not alcoholic. For the most part, I drink water. I do have a weakness for sweet tea and I love Green tea. And now smoothies. I never had a desire for alcohol. You can be sure, I will try your non-alcolic smoothies!

  3. Hi amy. I haven’t tried this yet. How important is the honey? The reason I ask is, I have COPD and honey is a trigger to an asthma type of attack. Is there something I can use to replace it? Thanks for your help. By the way, I am new to smoothies. I need to lose weight, I’m on thyroid, blood pressure, and blood thinning medications as well as breathing medications (Advair). I’m not necessarily trying to get off of them but, I don’t like dealing with side effects. Thanks again!

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    Tushar Nagananda

    I suggest grinding the chia seeds sepatarely then adding them to make sure you get them fine otherwise you dont get as much of the benefits (same with flax except I purchase flaxseed meal)

    Great recipe!

  5. Thank you Amy for this awesome recipe. I have been wanting to incorporate avacado into a smoothie and this recipe is perfect. I love the taste and texture of this smoothie. I will be making this for my friends and family, plus sharing this recipe on facebook. Thank you again.

  6. Just made this, omitting the protein powder and adding a touch of mint (because I had it.) This is spot on. I love it!

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    Daniel McAuley

    This is SOO good! It turned out thick and creamy, almost like a dessert, you wouldn’t know there was spinach in it unless someone told you. Highly recommended!

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    Amy, can I replace the honey with agave nectar? Will that affect their nutritional value together? Also, if I replace the 1 tbsp of honey with agave nectar, how much agave nectar should I use?

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      Amy Stafford

      You can replace the honey with agave, yes, it will change the nutritional value, but not significantly. I do not use agave nectar so I would make a guess and say the ratio should be 1:1, but remember that agave has a sweeter taste than honey, so you will need to adjust to your tastes.
      Hope that helps,

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