Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie

A refreshing high protein raspberry and pineapple smoothie, made with no banana, and it’s thick and sweet!

Indulge in the beautiful balance of flavors featering sweet pineapple and tangy raspberries.

Explore recipe tips, smoothie benefits, and more below!

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Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie

Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie (No Banana)

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Enjoy a refreshing blend with this Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie, featuring tangy berries and tropical pineapple in a creamy, banana-free mix.

  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x


Units Scale
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1/2 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 cup of coconut water
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp of chia seeds


  1. Add the frozen raspberres, pineapple and yogurt first to a high-speed blender, followed by the other ingredients.
  2. If using a nutribullet, add the frozen fruit last.
  3. Blend for 2-3 minutes until a smooth and thick consistency.
  4. Seve and enjoy!


For best results, consume the smoothie as soon as it#s blended.

  • Author: Ella Waterworth
  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Category: Smoothies
  • Cuisine: American


  • Calories: 273
  • Sugar: 28.5
  • Fat: 6.6
  • Carbohydrates: 44
  • Fiber: 10
  • Protein: 12.3

Why You Will Absolutely Love This Pineapple Raspberry Smoothie

The benefits of this raspberry and pineapple smoothie are numerous. 

From being super quick and easy to make to tasting fabulous. 

Some more reasons why you will love this protein pineapple smoothie with raspberries include:

  • It Only Needs 5 Ingredients.
  • It’s Banana-Free.
  • It’s Protein-Powder Free, But It’s High In Protein Naturally.
  • It Is Rich in Antioxidants.
  • Makes a Naturally Hydrating Drink
  • Contains Heart-Healthy Fats.
  • Digestive Wellness Boost, Thanks To The 10g Of Fiber Per Serving.
  • Contains No Added Sugars.
  • It’s Great For a Filling And Nutritious Breakfast.

a hand holding a glass cup filled with pineapple and a raspberry smoothie

Optional Recipe Variations And Recipe Tips

When I shared this raspberry and pineapple smoothie recipe to my followers on TikTok, everybody was delight to see me sharing more smoothie recipes without bananas.

On top of that, as usual, I always test out different variations of each smoothie recipe I develop. 

Many of my followers tried different variations of this smoothie and loved it just as much!

If you like experimenting with different flavors and ingredients below are some of the tested variations of this smoothie that also taste great:

Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie

#1. Make It Even Higher Protein

If you don’t mind using protein powders in smoothies,  including a scoop of unsweetened and unflavored protein powder can add up to 22g extra protein.

Alternatively, you can use collagen powder which doesn’t tend to disrupt the digestive system

#2. Antioxidant & Caffeine Boost

I tested adding 1/2 teaspoon of green tea powder (matcha), which helped cut through the sweetness of the smoothie.

On top of that, it also made the smoothie much more energizing thanks to the caffeine in matcha

#3. Swap, Add-in, Make It Vegan!

To make this berry pineapple smoothie vegan-friendly, swap the Greek yogurt for a vegan alternative.

I tested coconut yogurt, and it worked great.

You can also swap out other ingredients, such as the raspberries or the chia seeds.

You can use any berries of choice, and swap the chia seeds for oats should you want to.

raspberry smoothie topped with pineapple chunks and fresh raspberries

Recipe Tips

There are some tips I would like to share with you, so you can achieve the best possible result when making this drink.

  1. Use frozen fruit if you can. It helps with the texture of the smoothie immensly, and also make the smoothie taste a lot more refreshing.
  2. Add the frozen fruit as close to the blender blades as possible. Meaning, add them to your blender first.
  3. Start by blending at a low speed. This will allow your blender to crush the frozen fruit first. You can gradually increase the speed from there.
  4. Add the smoothie liquid gradually. Avoid adding it all at once, keep adding it slowly until you achieve the desired consistency.

If you are stuck or have other questions regarding the recipe, do not hesitate to contact me!

Questions & Answers From The Smoothie Community

While everybody in my smoothie community seemed to love the recipe, some individuals did have a couple of questions regarding the recipe.

Some popular questions included:

Can I Use Fresh Fruit Instead of Frozen?

Yes, if you don't have frozen fruit, fresh is totally fine to use. However, the texture of the smoothie will be different. It won't be as thick or refreshing-tasting

I Don't Have Coconut Water - What Can I Use Instead?

You can use fruit juices, or dairy-free milk instead of coconut water. I have personaly tested using apple juice and almond milk, and both worked just as good in the smoothie.

Is This Raspberry Pineapple Smoothie Good For Weight Loss?

The smoothie only contains 273 calories per serving, making it a low calorie, but a filling breakfast choice ideal for weight-loss.

How Do I Store This Smoothie?

The best way to store the smoothie is to transfer it immediately in the fridge after blending. I like to use portable smoothie bottles and pour the blended smoothie there and refrigerate.

Ella Waterworth
Ella Waterworth

Founder & Recipe Developer at Smoothies N Cookies

Ella Waterworth is the founder of Smoothies N Cookies and she is a professional smoothie recipe creator. She gained extensive knowledge of creating smoothies by working for Smoothie King for several years.

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