Berry Pineapple Smoothie

Refreshing, sweet, protein-packed Berry Pineapple Smoothie: made with Greek yogurt, strawberries, blueberries and milk, these smoothies are perfect for breakfast or a snack.

We’re going to keep it short and sweet with today’s super easy to make Berry Pineapple Smoothie.

It’s packed with nutrient-rich ingredients, rich in protein, and an easy way to stay satisfied and work in your fruits for the day. Let’s blend this!

Berry Pineapple Smoothie ingredients on a table including blueberries, pineapples, yogurt, milk, and strawberries

Berry Pineapple Smoothie Ingredients

This refreshing and satisfying berry pineapple smoothie is made with simple ingredients that are packed with nutrients and easily customizable.

  • Yogurt – I like Greek yogurt in my berry pineapple smoothie for an extra protein boost. You can also use vanilla yogurt, dairy-free yogurt and more.
  • Bananas – make sure to use frozen bananas for the creamiest texture. If you forget to freeze them, simply add in ½ cup of ice to amp up the frozen texture.
  • Milk – I originally made this recipe with unsweetened vanilla almond milk, but now I prefer the creaminess of oat milk. Use whatever milk you’d like!
  • Strawberries, Blueberries: since this is a berry smoothie, feel free to use your favorite berries. Mine are blueberries and strawberries. Frozen will do just fine!
  • Pineapple – fresh pineapple is great, but frozen is convenient—choose what works for you! (Just be sure to freeze the fresh kind in advance for a nicely thick smoothie.)

How to Make a Berry Pineapple Smoothie

First, add yogurt, bananas, and milk to a high-speed blender like this one.

Two photos showing How to Make a Berry Pineapple smoothie – adding milk, yogurt, and bananas

Blend until smooth and thoroughly mixed.

Next, add in the berries and pineapple!

Adding berries into a blender to make a berry pineapple smoothie

Blend until smooth and all berry pineapple smoothie ingredients are well incorporated.

A photo showing How to Make this healthy drink recipe – smooth texture after finished blending in blender

Pour that deliciously thick smoothie mixture into a glass, top with fruits, and serve!

Pouring this drink mixture from a blender into a glass

Pineapple Berry Smoothie Variations

Lime Berry Pineapple Smoothie

Add in a few squeezes of lime to your smoothie before blending. Optionally, add in about ½ teaspoon of lime zest for an extra lime kick.

Strawberry Mango Pineapple Smoothie

Replace the blueberries in this recipe with more strawberries, sub the bananas with frozen mangoes.

Also try adding in a splash or two of orange juice to enhance the tropical flavors in this berry pineapple smoothie variation.

Energizing Berry Pineapple Smoothie

One of my favorite things to do when making a smoothie? Adding in some ¼ teaspoon maca powder into your smoothie, then blend. You can add in more if you’re using to maca, less if you haven’t tried it before.

close up photo to show the smooth and thick texture of the finished drink recipe

Thank You!

Thank you so much for stopping by and blending up a special treat with me. 🙂 Remember to take a pic and share it, tagging me @beamingbaker and #beamingbaker. ‘Til our next adventure…

Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️

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Berry Pineapple Smoothie served with pineapples, blueberries, and strawberries

Berry Pineapple Smoothie

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Refreshing, sweet, protein-packed Pineapple Berry Smoothies: made with Greek yogurt, strawberries, blueberries and almond milk, these smoothies are the perfect fruity boost.


  • 1 ½ cups plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 medium bananas, ripened, sliced and frozen
  • ¾ cup almond milk, plus more if needed
  • ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • ¾ cup frozen blueberries
  • ½ cup frozen pineapple


  1. Add yogurt, bananas and milk into blender. Blend until smooth, scraping down sides of blender as needed.
  2. Add strawberries, blueberries, and pineapple. Blend until smooth. If it’s too thick, add more milk.
  3. Pour into 2-3 cups. Enjoy immediately!
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Category: Drinks
  • Method: Blend
  • Cuisine: American

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    1. Thanks Aida. 🙂 This smoothie is the most refreshing; I hope you give it a shot! Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

    1. Make them more!!! Haha. This smoothie is really delicious, but guilt-free. Try it out and let me know what you think. Thanks Kate! 🙂

    1. Thank you for your kind words so much Michele. 🙂 You just totally made my day! Hope to see you again soon!

    1. This smoothie is definitely tastes like a vacation. 😉 Hope you try this recipe! Thanks for stopping by Katie. 🙂

  1. First: this smoothie is gorgeous! I love the brilliant purple color the berries make from blending all together. Next: my favorite junk food would have to be anything sweet–usually ice cream or chocolate! I’m a big fan of strawberries and pineapple in my smoothies. There’s a great tropical blend of frozen fruit I usually reach for when I’m making smoothies, it’s super convenient and consistently delicious! P.S. I love your blog!

    1. First: thank you! I just love berries! Next: Omigosh, I’m right there with you. Ice cream and chocolate are the best. But when you put those two together, even better. Haha. As for the fruits, I totally agree. Thank you for stopping by Jessica! Hope to see you again soon. 🙂

  2. I ate all the things this weekend too, but it was because I was sick and so I threw “healthy eating” out the window 🙂 I need this smoothie for the vitamin boost! And I love that color! Give me all the pineapple, it is my favorite thing in smoothies! Pinning it!

    1. Well, at least you had a good excuse. Not us though! LOL. I’m going to virtually send you some of these smoothies! 😉 Pineapples really are the best. Thanks for stopping by and for the pin, Meghan. <3

    1. Thanks Jess! Weird, for some reason your comment ended up in spam. I didn’t see it until now. Thanks for dropping by! 🙂

  3. Beautiful smoothies, Demeter! They sound SOO freaking delicious and just perfect for a little post-weekend detox. In answer to your questions of the day… Foods that shall not be named: anything fried from our local DQ or Culvers. That’s mine and my husband’s weak spot. If I don’t plan an evening snack/dessert, it’s like invasion of the body snatchers… we unwillingly go through the drive through and then, again, unwillingly, eat it ALL (full disclosure: this also may include ice cream/frozen custard) hence, I REALLY try to make sure that we have decent snacks on hand… Fav fruits in smoothies? I tend not to discriminate when it comes to smoothies, but I’m definitely partial to cherries of any kind 🙂

    1. Thanks Stephanie! After those bagels, I needed some detoxing, ya know? 😉 Oh man… fried food from DQ? Excuse me while my mouth waters… It’s so not helpful when you have the same weak spot as your man- this I say from personal experience with Erik. If one of us even whispers “pizza,” it’s all OVER! Haha. And that drive-thru! Oy… who can resist the frozen custard and ice cream (and all of the other goodies??) I agree that it’s a smart move to have decent snacks around. It’s kinda why I got into baking (and mostly for my mom- she’s pre-diabetic). You feel so much better knowing exactly what you put into the food, you know? Anyway, YES on the cherries! Cherries have a sweetness that is pretty much unparalleled. YUM!

    1. It’s super refreshing! 🙂 The buffalo bagels were just… OMG amazing! LOL. Thanks for stopping by Mira!

  4. Gah, LOVE this smoothie, Demeter! That color though – Show stopper fo’ sho’! You never have to convince me to gulp down smoothies on repeat, especially ones as amazing as this one! What a perfect way to start the day! Cheers, my dear!
    P.S. Sounds like you had a fabulous weekend! Yay to that… and pizza. and bagels. 😉

    1. Thanks so much Cheyanne! Yeah, smoothies are just super convenient and yummy! What’s not to like? Meanwhile, it’s not a true weekend if there aren’t pizza and bagels! 😉 Thanks for stopping by Cheyanne!

  5. This smoothie looks like something out of a dream! lol I’ve never been able to get it together enough to make my own smoothie, but with this recipe I’m definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    1. Hi Megan! Thank you! Yeah, smoothies definitely seem more fussy than they actually are. Give it a shot, I believe in you! 😉 Thank you for commenting!

  6. Hi there! you don’t have to sell me on the benefits of smoothies. . I love them! Yours is gorgeous! My fave fruits to put in my smoothies? bananas, mangos, oranges, apples and frozen berries! thanks for stopping by my blog! Glad to have met you, Demeter!

    1. Hi Alice! Yes, smoothies are the BEST! 🙂 I completely agree with your list of smoothies ingredient faves. Fruits really are amazing, aren’t they? It’s so nice to meet you too, Alice. Hope to see you again soon! 🙂