You're going to love this pineapple watermelon banana smoothie. It's made with just a few ingredients (most are in the name) and it's so wonderfully thick and naturally sweet that it feels like an indulgent treat.
This super easy and delicious watermelon pineapple smoothie is a fabulous and fun drink to enjoy all summer long. Made with fresh, frozen, or canned pineapple and your favorite ripe watermelon, you can have a pink drink ready in no time flat.
We love summer fruits and smoothies so this summer we've been looking for fun combinations that work well together and this one is a huge hit! Even my pineapple-hating daughter asked for another glassful of this banana watermelon smoothie (shocking, right?)
This pineapple melon smoothie is very filling so one glass could be a nice snack between meals if you're looking for a healthier way to curb the appetite and munching throughout the day.
- Frozen watermelon
- Pineapple chunks
- Frozen banana
- Orange juice
- Frozen vanilla yogurt
🍽 Equipment Needed
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- Measuring cups
- Ice cream scooper
- Drinking glasses
Check out how to make watermelon smoothie with these simple step-by-step instructions:
Add everything to your blender and close the lid.
Press the buttons to blend everything at high speed until smooth.
Taste and adjust as needed by adding in more fruits if desired.
Divide the mixture between two drinking glasses and serve immediately. Enjoy.
🍴 Recipe Tips
You can modify this watermelon yogurt smoothie as desired. If you want it thicker, add in more frozen banana; if you want it thinner, add in a little more orange juice.
You can even toss in any berries or fruits you happen to have on hand, including raspberries, blueberries, or strawberries. All of these would work great with this frozen watermelon smoothie.
If you want a stronger pineapple flavor, use fresh or frozen instead of canned.
This pineapple watermelon banana smoothie pairs great with frozen yogurt when looking for a nutritious sweet drink, but you could use Greek yogurt in its place if desired. Or vanilla ice cream if you just want it creamy and delicious and don't mind the added sugars.
Absolutely! Simply swap out the requested frozen yogurt and use more frozen fruits in its place, or simply omit it completely.. Taste, and adjust flavors as needed.
Yes. These two flavors really work well together because the watermelon is juicy, sweet, and subtle, whereas pineapple is more tart and in your face with its flavors. Together they make a nice symphony of flavors to enjoy.
Watermelon is a great weight loss fruit because of its amino acids and high water content. Adding in other fruits can help to pack a glass full of tasty vitamins, nutrients, and potassium.
More great summer time recipes to try
- Watermelon Smoothie Bowl
- Frozen Whipped Lemonade
- Summer Raspberry Cake
- Quick Microwave Smores
- 2 Ingredient Lemon Cake Bars
- Creamy Tilapia and Spinach with Cherry Tomatoes
Pineapple Watermelon Banana Smoothie
- Ice Cream Scooper
- Drinking Glasses
- 1 cup frozen watermelon ($0.34)
- ½ cup pineapple chunks, fresh or canned ($0.24)
- 1 large frozen banana ($0.25)
- orange juice just a splash ($0.04)
- 2 scoops, about 1 cup frozen vanilla yogurt ($0.29)
- Add all of the ingredients into your blender.
- Press the button to blend everything together on high until smooth.
- Open the lid and take a little taste sample with a spoon. Adjust if needed by adding in more fruits or juice as desired.
- Divide the fruit smoothie between two drinking glasses and serve immediately. Enjoy!