Recipe: Groovy Grape Smoothie

Fruit Recipes, Smoothie Recipes

By: Chris Freytag, CPT


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    Get groovy with this Grape Smoothie!

    Frozen grapes in a smoothie are the most delicious start to a morning.

    Adding crisp, frozen green or red grapes to a smoothie instead of ice cubes makes for an incredibly smooth texture for a smoothie rich with nutrients.

    One of our favorites – we guarantee this grape smoothie is creamy, thick, and will leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed!

    One of the best things about this smoothie recipe is that it’s not seasonally dependent.

    You can buy grapes all year round so this makes a perfect smoothie for any time of the year!

    If you want more healthy smoothie recipes, check out our smoothie recipe category filled with delicious and creative smoothies that are super easy to make.

    Which grape variety is best for this smoothie recipe?

    Darker red grapes tend to have more antioxidants and vitamin C, while green grapes are more tart. The choice is up to you – all grapes are a great, healthy choice! This recipe calls for red grapes.

    What fruits pair best with grapes?

    The question is, what doesn’t go with grapes, really. One of the best pairings for a grape smoothie is banana. Many people love a grape-banana smoothie. We’ve also found strawberries and raspberries to taste delicious when paired with grapes.

    Do you need to buy organic grapes?

    Whenever possible, we recommend buying your produce from the organic section at your grocery store. We love shopping at Costco and Trader Joe’s for affordable options!

    Can I put greek yogurt in my smoothies?

    Greek yogurt is a fantastic source of healthy protein and we recommend it as a smoothie ingredient. Smoothie recipes are meant to be fun. Try it, and find your perfect blend!

    Total Time: 4 minutes

    Yield: 1 serving(s)


    • 1 cup frozen red seedless grapes
    • 1/3 banana peeled and chopped
    • 1/2 cup non fat plain greek yogurt
    • 1/2 cup almond milk


    1. Freeze grapes for 2 hours or until frozen solid
    2. Place frozen grapes and all remaining ingredients in blender
    3. Pulse a few times to roughly chop the frozen grapes before blending until drink is entirely smooth, about 1 minute. Serve immediately.

    Nutrition Information Per Serving

    Serving Size: 1

    Calories: 250

    Protein: 7 gram(s)

    Fat: 1 gram(s)

    Carbohydrates: 60 gram(s)

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    Great recipe for left over red grapes. It is so good!

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      Such a great idea for the left over grapes :) Fruit smoothies are my favorite.

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    I love this smoothie but for the recipe I used a small banana so I tried half and it was better with the hole thing. But I would love more smoothies like this it was GREAT.

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    Where does the protein come from?

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      Greek yogurt is a great source of protein!

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