Creamy Avocado Lime Smoothies

Creamy Avocado Lime Smoothies

A few months ago, Jack and I were in Dallas at a popsicle shop that had this dairy-free avocado lime pop that I went crazy for. I’ve been meaning to recreate it all summer and, well, summer isn’t over yet… so here we go! Only I recreated it in smoothie form because smoothies are easier to make if you don’t have a popsicle mold… or if your popsicle mold is in storage like mine is.

I promise that this does not taste like guacamole… it’s a creamy almost sorbet-like smoothie that contains a healthy amount of healthy fats. I enjoy it in the morning or mid-afternoon when I need a good boost of energy… although I think it would also be tasty as a dessert (if made extra thick) with some chocolate sauce or cacao nibs on top!

Creamy Avocado Lime Smoothies

The avocado creates a rich & creamy base and the lime peps it up. For sweetness, I added frozen pineapple, banana (also best frozen), and a bit of maple syrup. For a green punch I added big handfuls of spinach, and for an extra boost I added a few scoops of Aloha Vanilla Protein Powder.

I have to admit that I used to hate protein powders. Most that I’d tried were chalky and had a funny taste that I didn’t want ruining my smoothies. This Aloha Vanilla Plant-Based Protein is the opposite. It blends in seamlessly, the texture is great, and there is no aftertaste. The vanilla flavor is mild and it has a list of really great organic sustainably-sourced ingredients like pea protein, pumpkin seed protein, and hemp seed protein. It’s packed with tons of omega 3’s and whopping 18 grams of protein per 2 scoops!

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Smoothie cheers!

Creamy Avocado Lime Smoothies

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Creamy Avocado Lime Smoothies
Serves: serves 2 to 3
  • ½ cup cubed frozen pineapple
  • 2 cups packed fresh spinach (or 1½ cup chopped frozen spinach)
  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1 frozen banana
  • ¾ cup light coconut milk (canned or from a carton)
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice, plus ½ teaspoon zest
  • 2 scoops Aloha Vanilla Protein Powder, more as desired
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup, or sweetener of your choice
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 8 ice cubes
  • a sprinkle of chia seeds, optional, for garnish
  1. Blend all ingredients in a blender until creamy. Taste and adjust sweetness to your liking. If the mixture is too thick, add more coconut milk as needed to blend. Garnish with chia seeds, if desired

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  1. Sabrina B. from on said:

    why didn’t I think of that? Avocado and green smoothies are part of my everyday ingredients, but never together and why not? I’m always open to trying a new protein powder too, nice tip, thank you for this recipe!

  2. Juliana on said:

    Thank you guys, I’m making this recipe for my friends. They’re really enjoying it, I love your site.

  3. gerry speirs on said:

    Yumm! And that color is epic.

  4. ahhh the lime! Now you’re name needs to be love and lemons and lime. Hehe!

  5. Lexi @Lexi'scleankitchen on said:

    Obsessed with the flavors in this!! Such a great creamy smoothie for any time of day!! I need to give this a try!

  6. Gaby Dalkin from on said:

    Now I have another excuse to eat avocados 🙃

  7. Joanne on said:

    Made this without the maple syrup, delicious and refreshing, thank you!

    • Hi Joanne – I’m so glad you enjoyed the smoothies!

  8. Corey Mclean from on said:

    Thank you so much! My kids loved it. I’m making again next weekend.

  9. Erin from on said:

    Wow! These are beautiful and look SO creamy!

  10. Amy on said:

    Hi Jeanine-

    I just bought your cookbook and it brought me to your blog – the opposite of most everyone else here, I think! We lean vegan in our family, and I can see that you do, too. Your wonderful recipes are just how we eat. I have told all my family about your blog – my new favorite! Looking forward to all your recipes.

  11. Marivic on said:

    I am currently looking for protein powder to use. Why the Aloha protein powder?

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