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Some of the very best spinach nutriblast recipes to make in the NutriBullet

Spinach is a great base to use in your Nutribullet recipes or nutriblasts. This is because it has a mild taste that is easily disguised by other fruit and vegetables. It’s also handy to use straight from frozen, and the Nutribullet can easily pulverise frozen spinach to give you a refreshingly chilled smoothie drink.

 

Pepper and spinach punch

Ingredients:

  1. A pear cored and shopped
  2. 1/2 peeled avocado
  3. 1/2 a celery stalk
  4. 2 handfuls of washed baby spinach
  5. 1/4 yellow pepper
  6. A squeeze of lime juice
  7. Water
  8. Ice cubes
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Method:

  • Take the Tall cup
  • Place the two handfuls of spinach in the bottom
  • Add in all the ingredients apart from the water and the ice
  • Top up with ice cubes, making sure that you don’t exceed 25% of the contents
  • Top up with water, making sure that you don’t exceed the max line
  • Blend for around 30 seconds

If you’re wondering which Nutribullet will work best for this smoothie, it can be made in any of them, but the Nutribullet 600 series or the Nutribullet Pro are probably two of the best. This recipe can also be used for other extractors such as the Nutri Ninja. See our Nutribullet vs Nutri Ninja comparison for more details.

Dusky spinach delight

This recipe is a sweet and tasty way of combining spinach with fruit so that its taste is totally disguised, but you still get an important helping of daily greens. We love this recipe as it’s so quick and easy to make, and is delicious chilled.

Ingredients:

  1. 1/2 -1 peeled banana
  2. 40g of blueberries (fresh or frozen)
  3. 80g watermelon
  4. 2cm of cucumber
  5. 2 handfuls of spinach
  6. Coconut water
  7. Ice cubes
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Method:

  • Take the Tall cup
  • Add the two handfuls of spinach into the bottom
  • Top with all the other ingredients apart from the Coconut water and the ice
  • Add ice to the top of the cup, making sure that it takes up no more than 25% of total ingredients and that everything is still below the max line
  • Add the coconut water to just below the max line
  • Blitz for around 60 seconds or until everything is well blended

Spinach and Chia delice

This is a very simple recipe that is great for beginners. The almond milk can be made in the Nutribullet too – just check our our recipe for almond milk so there’s a double reason for getting stuck in!

Ingredients:

  1. 2 handfuls of spinach
  2. 1/2 – 1 Banana
  3. 1 tsp of chia seeds
  4. 1 tsp of ground cinnamon
  5. Almond milk to the max line
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Method:

  • Take the tall cup
  • Add the spinach to the bottom
  • Top up with all the other ingredients apart from the almond milk
  • Finally add the almond milk nearly up to the max line
  • Blend for around 60 seconds until lovely and smooth

We hope you enjoy these varied but equally delicious and nutricious Nutribullet spinach recipes!