Vanilla Mint Smoothie Recipe

On Christmas morning, after opening our stocking presents from Santa and awaiting my grandmother’s arrival to open the presents under the tree, I whipped out my parent’s blender and made a delicious smoothie. This Vanilla Mint Smoothie came out not too sweet and very refreshing – the perfect snack/light breakfast before diving back in for more present opening.

vanilla mint smoothie

I think I need to put mint in smoothies more often. It was so good! I threw some spinach in there, too, for added nutrient power (that you can’t taste!) and a fun green color to go with the mint theme. For some protein, I threw in a container of vanilla Greek yogurt. If you’re vegan or avoiding dairy, you could do a hemp or brown rice protein powder instead.


Unsweetened vanilla Almond Breeze almondmilk served as the base of the smoothie. If you like your smoothies sweeter, try using the sweetened vanilla almondmilk, or use the unsweetened and add half of a large (or one whole small) very ripe banana.


Serves 1SMOOTHIE     adjust servings

Vanilla Mint Smoothie

Prep Time 5 MINUTES Prep Time
Cook Time
Total Time 5 mins Total Time


  • 11 oz (~1 & 1/3 cups) Almond Breeze unsweetened vanilla almondmilk
  • 5 oz container Greek vanilla yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp. fresh mint leaves
  • 1 cup baby spinach, packed
  • 1 cup ice


  1. Toss all ingredients into a blender, blend, and enjoy!


I hope you like this recipe, too! It’s best enjoyed immediately, while wearing antlers. ;)



Thank you to Almond Breeze for sponsoring this post!


  1. 1

    Sounds fantastic!!

  2. 2

    Please wear those antlers for every pic from now on, thx!

  3. 4

    Sounds refreshing! A smoothie always makes for a perfect snack.

  4. 5

    Looks flipping BOMB! And my sister totally made her dog wear those antlers!!! ;)

  5. 6

    I love this recipe! I actually make a similar one myself each day:) Mint and vanilla are awesome together and are def my fave flavors. Throw in a little cocoa and it’s out if this world!:)

  6. 8

    *of this world

  7. 9

    Love it. Loks super!

  8. 10

    Mint is not something I would ever think of adding but Ill give it a try.

  9. 11

    This smoothie sounds so refreshing!

  10. 12

    Love simple smoothie recipes. This one sounds great – the mint is a nice idea. Really dig your photography, too!

  11. 13

    Yum! I grow mint in a flower pot on my patio in the spring and summer, and I love to throw a few springs into my smoothies, especially on a hot day! Might have to pick some up at the grocery store and try it in the winter, too. :)

  12. 14

    Your hair looks fantastic!

  13. 16

    So refreshing! I think I might have to add a little stevia though as I have quite the sweet tooth ;) Thank you for inspiring others to live healthy lives!


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