Groovy Green Smoothie Challenge – This week: Coconut!

Just to recap, last week I asked you to come up with a Green Smoothie recipe with Coconut.  Candida diet friendly non the less.

In other words, without sugar, dairy or tropical fruit.

Not an easy task. Hence I was super thrilled when one of my readers allowed me to share her wonderful green smoothie recipe below:

It tastes like key lime pie. Refreshing and nourishing. But it’s also filling.

It wouldn’t be hard to have one of these as a meal replacement once a day. You can easily add some ground buckwheat or flax to get a better full feeling.

 Featured Reader Recipe:

Cathy’s Key Lime Pie Smoothie
Recipe type: Smoothie, drink
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Serves: 2
  • ¼ cup coconut milk
  • ¼ cup plain non pasteurized yogurt
  • 3 sticks celery
  • 1 whole cucumber
  • 1 whole lime
  • 1 granny smith apple (take out the seeds)
  • Handful of spinach
  • Pinch of Kale
  • optional: ¼ cup buckwheat or flax
  1. Juice all.
  2. Blend into it ¼ cup coconut milk and ¼ cup plain non pasteurized yogurt.
  3. Then add the buckwheat or flax.

I had never thought of adding buckwheat – I think that’s a marvelous idea.

Apart from making it more filling it also adds a lovely nutty flavour to the drink.

And we’ve got another great Green Smoothie submission: Sandi shared a very berry smoothie recipe with us, which I have yet to try — Sounds lovely!

Thanks so much for participating both :-)


Please leave out the Agave Nectar in this smoothie, and during stage 2 and 3 also the apple because of the fruit sugar — instead try adding a couple of drops of Vanilla stevia. You might need to add a little more of the veggies and coconut milk to make up for the bulk and juice of the apple). Scroll down the page to find a green smoothie that is more suited for the beginning stages of the Candida diet.

    And it’s never too late to share your own coconut smoothie with us! Get involved :-)

    Create a coconutty Green Smoothie! Include Coconut milk, cream, desiccated coconut, fresh coconut or coconut water…

    Endless lush options for you to create a creamy, ueber-delicious and also filling smoothie until next week!

    Having been a total Newbie to Green Smoothies only a few weeks ago, I have been creating quite a few groovy green concoctions now, and I must say, I actually quite enjoy the experimenting :-)

    Here’s my latest Green Smoothie with Coconut Milk: The Cucumber Cooler

    Very simple to make, yet refreshing and creamy!

    Groovy Green Smoothie – Cucumber Cooler
    Recipe type: smoothie, drink
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    Serves: 1
    • ⅓ can of coconut milk (with solids)
    • dash of unsweetened almond milk
    • chlorella
    • half an organic cucumber
    • sprinkle of cinnamon
    • 2 heaped tsp desiccated coconut
    1. Chop the cucumber into slices or cubes.
    2. Fill the blender with all the ingredients including the cucumber, and blend until everything is smooth and creamy.

    I don’t mind the light cucumber flavor, but if you don’t like it, just replace it with a celery stalk. Strangely enough that’s less noticeable.

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    And don’t forget to leave a comment with an idea for a smoothie or your feedback regarding a particular nice one you have tried.

      I shared this post with Wellness Weekend, Gluten free Fridays, Carrie on Vegan, Allergy free Wednesdays and Tasty Traditions.

      All blogs with a phenomenal choice of new healthy recipes every week. Check them out.

      And if you liked the smoothies above then you’ll probably also like my Cashew Chia Coconut & the Creamy Green Calmer Smoothie.

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      1 Comment

      • Green is my favorite color! This smoothie is so appealing to me!! Key lime…even better! YUM! Got it pinned to the Gluten Free Fridays board! Can’t wait to see what you bring this week!

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