Light and refreshing, this Kiwi Pear Green Smoothie is a delicious way to eat more fruit! Only four ingredients stand between you and a great morning.
It has a beautiful, light green color and a bright, refreshing taste. Like most of my smoothies, the recipe list is short and simple: kiwi, pear, banana, and coconut water. That gives you 3 full servings of fruit and the added benefits of coconut water.
Like with all smoothies you will need a blender, or mini food processor. My stick blender with mini chopper attachment is still holding up for now, but I have my eye on this Ninja Professional Blender for once it finally gives up.
For best results, start with soft, ripe fruit. Not only does that mean the sugars in the fruit have had time to develop, but it means you’ll also get a smoother smoothie even if you don’t yet have a top of the line machine. Note: If your fruit isn’t soft enough freeze it overnight and let it thaw a few minutes before blending. If you are in a pinch, you can microwave it for about 30 seconds to soften it, but your smoothie won’t be nearly as cold. Either way will help to breakdown the structure of the fruit and help create a smoother smoothie.
Start by peeling the fruit. The banana skin comes away easy and for the pear you’ll need a vegetable peeler, but for the kiwi it’s easiest to cut it in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon. Remove the core and stem of the pear, then toss all the fruit into the basin of your blender. Add the coconut water and blend until combined.
Pour into a glass and enjoy. The final result will give you one 16 ounce smoothie, which is a meal on it’s own, or two 8 ounce smoothies.
- 1 pear
- 1 kiwi
- 1 banana
- 1/2 cup coconut water
- Peel the banana, peel and core the pear, slice the kiwi in half and use a spoon to scoop out the flesh.
- Place the banana, pear, and kiwi flesh into the basin of your blender.
- Add the coconut water and puree until well blended.
- If your fruit isn't soft enough, freeze it overnight and let it thaw a few minutes before blending. If you are in a pinch, you can microwave it for about 30 seconds to soften it, but your smoothie won't be nearly as cold. Either way will help to breakdown the structure of the fruit and help create a smoother smoothie.
Hi! I'm Renee, the recipe developer, food photographer, and mastermind behind Renee Nicole's Kitchen. My favorite foods are pizza, red wine, and popcorn, but not always in that order. When I'm not focused on food I enjoy sleeping in, reading fiction novels, and long walks with my goldendoodles, Tuck and Tahoe.