Strawberry Spinach Smoothie

Do you like smoothies?? I love them – especially since they are the perfect breakfast when I want to keep it light or my go-to option in between meals when am hungry. You can make a smoothie out of just anything I believe. Keeping the right balance of nutrition is important, since we can also load it up with empty calories.

This strawberry and spinach smoothie is a great variation to have when strawberries are in season. They also have enough fiber due to the spinach added. And trust me – you do not taste the spinach in this. If your strawberries are sweet, you can completely skip the sweetener too. You can also add protein powder to this smoothie to make it high on proteins and a full meal too.

This recipe has been shared by Parina, founder of She certified in Personal Training from National Academy of Sports Medicine. With the the motto ‘Give More. Get More’, she designed NEIKI, her fitness program, wherein she strives to reduce injury risk and prepare our bodies to bear the impact they need to. On this excursion, her endeavour is to help people stand upright – physically and mentally.

It is not just recipes that Parina is sharing with us – it is a lot of other information too. Head over to my YouTube channel to see all that we discuss around food and nutrition! Cheers to a balanced and healthy start to 2021..:)

Strawberry Spinach Smoothie

Course: DrinksDifficulty: Easy


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A great option for breakfast or in-between meal drink.


  • Strawberry – 15-16

  • Spinach – handful

  • Chia Seeds – 3 tbsp

  • Honey – 2 tbsp

  • Greek Yoghurt – 120 gms

  • Milk – 200 ml


  • Clean the strawberries and spinach and roughly chop them.
  • Add these along with the chia seeds, honey, yoghurt and milk to a blender jar and blend well.
  • Add more milk if the consistency looks thick.
  • Serve immediately.

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Nutrition Facts

2 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories164
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 8g 13%
    • Total Carbohydrate 23g 8%
      • Protein 10g 20%

        * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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