Simple Pineapple Smoothie

Pinaplle-smoothieSmoothies can be a great way to get fruit into children but, as with juices, even if you mix a variety of fruits they only contribute to 1 of your 5 a day.

Carbohydrate: Remember smoothies can be high in total carbohydrate so do look at the nutrition label. If taking smoothies when you are out and about, ask for the smallest serving or share as larger ones can contain a lot of carbohydrate and will affect your glucose readings.
Smoothies like fruit juice can raise blood glucose levels quickly so should be avoided between meals and are best taken with breakfast or lunch.

Ingredients – Serves 2 Adults

  • 160g fresh pineappleSimplesmoothiePineapple-Nut-table
  • ½ pot (62g) of low fat natural yoghurt
  • 90ml low fat milk
  • 4 ice cubes
  • 90ml unsweetened orange juice


  • Make sure all the ingredients are chilled before use
  • Wash and peel fruit
  • Blend fruit, yoghurt, milk and juice together using a hand held blender or a smoothie maker until creamy
  • Add ice cubes and blend again
  • Pour into two glasses and serve

Source: Safefood