Low Foodmap breakfast smoothie recipe

Kathleen Blumenthal
I love to cook and expand the boundaries of cooking
Fodmap smoothie

Greens are very good for your health because they charge you like no other food. Blend greens with orange and taste the delicious smoothie. This spinach smoothie provides antioxidant support, not to mention that it tastes amazing and gets together in a minute.

When you plan to prepare the smoothie in the morning, I recommend adding hemp seeds for more protein. You can find hemp seeds in health food stores or order online. You can even find them in Costco sometimes. If you haven’t tried them before, they are a great source of protein and can be added to desserts, smoothies and salads.

You can add banana or your favorite fruit to make the texture thicker while adding vitamin B6. Spinach and oranges are great sources of choline and vitamin C, which improves mental function. They are one of the main anti-cancer foods. Don’t use artificial juice, make your own at home!

Low Foodmap breakfast smoothie recipe

Smoothies are very good for you, especially when it's a Foodmap smoothie that you can put together in no time at all. Take baby spinach to make it greener and better for you. That's a great breakfast for busy people who care about their health.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 157 kcal


  • 0.5 banana
  • 1 peeled orange
  • 60 ml coconut water
  • 250 ml baby spinach
  • 2 cubes of ice
  • 15 ml hemp seeds


  1. Combine all the ingredients in a blender, the texture should be very smooth. You can add more coconut water to make a consistency more watery. Pour into glasses and enjoy a delicious smoothie.

Recipe Notes

Blueberries go well with spinach as they cover the taste of other ingredients. Pineapple is naturally sweet fruit and gives smoothies a nice creamy texture. With time, your taste buds will choose your favorite combinations.

All kinds of fruits are great for this smoothie but not overdo them. The best ratio is 2:1 on spinach to oranges but you can adjust to your preferences. You can start with 1:1 spinach to fruits ratio or use more flavored veggies such as carrots.

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