Homemade Green Drink: I enjoy drinking my homemade low-calorie Spinach-Banana-Pineapple-Mango drink

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I prefer drinking my fruits and veggies instead of eating them.

Some people tell me they can’t drink spinach and kale, but I tell them to try it and I bet they’ll like it!

I enjoy drinking my low-calorie homemade green drinks and fruit smoothies. To make my low-calorie green drinks, I add fresh bananas and spinach plus frozen mangoes and pineapples. Next I add water and press the liquefy button on my blender and within 2-3 minutes I have a delicious Spinach-Banana-Pineapple-Mango Drink! By the way, I do not add ice if I add frozen fruit.

When I don’t feel like making a green drink or smoothie at home, I will purchase one from a restaurant, market or smoothie shop. Believe me, I’m very particular where I go because some restaurants and smoothie shops add too many calories, sweeteners, water and ice.

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