Layered Green Smoothie

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Eating a high raw food diet can be easier with visually appealing meals, and this Layered Green Smoothie is a great example. With its different fruits and veggies, it offers layers of delicious flavor and plenty of nutrients.

While beetroot is packed with nutrients, it can taste earthy, so adding citrus, a bit of agave syrup, or raw honey can help balance the flavor. Spinach, on the other hand, can be mixed with mint or vanilla for a tastier result.

To make this smoothie, use frozen fruit pulp and layer the ingredients in the order of your preference. This smoothie is a tasty and convenient way to get lots of nutrients into your diet. Enjoy!

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

Preparation Time: 10

Serves: 4


Purple layer:

• 2 small beets
• 20 g. frozen strawberries
• 2 tablespoons of raw honey
• 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
• ¾ cup of water

White layer:

• 300 g. frozen cubed pineapple
• 1 tablespoon of raw honey
• 1 cup of water

Green layer:

• ½ zucchini
• 20 g. spinach leaves
• 5 mint leaves
• 1 tablespoon of lemon
• ½ cup white cabbage
• 2 tablespoons of agave honey
• ¾ cup of water

Peel and cube the beets, and add them to a blender along with frozen strawberries, lime juice, and agave syrup. Blend on high speed for three minutes.

Divide the beet mixture evenly among four glasses.

To the blender, add frozen pineapple, agave syrup, and water. Blend on high speed for three minutes.

Pour the pineapple mixture over the beet layer in each glass.

To the blender, add spinach leaves, zucchini (with skin), mint, lime juice, white cabbage, agave syrup, and water. Blend on high speed for a couple of minutes.

Pour the spinach mixture over the pineapple layer in each glass.

Serve the layered smoothies immediately.

Ingredients: beets, strawberry

Recipe Type: Smoothie