Acai Pear Banana Protein Smoothie

Acai Pear Banana Protein Smoothie

Going through so many sleepless night lately, we were feeling the need for a little extra protein in our diet. Rice protein is generally well tolerated by most people and provides a great alternative if you are looking to avoid dairy. This recipe has supported us well during our very intensive care of Simba, during his last weeks of life. If you are in need for more energy, do experiment with green smoothies or protein smoothies to supplement your diet. Let us know, what your favorite smoothies are. Again, this recipe requires only a few basic ingredients. The aςai you can easily find at your local health food store. We chose the brand Sambazon and selected their unsweetened frozen aςai. The rice protein is from Rainbow Light and also contains aςai. This recipe makes two generous servings:

Açai Pear Banana Protein Smoothie:

  • 2 bananas
  • 4 scoops of rice protein
  • 2 packets of frozen, unsweetened Sambazon Aςai
  • 2 pears, any variety
  • 2-1/2 cups spring water
  • 1/2 cup So Delicious Coconut Milk

Process all ingredients in your favorite blender – we used a Ninja. Pulse to incorporate all ingredients well. Blend for about 2 minutes at the highest setting. Serve in your favorite smoothie glasses and enjoy.

Acai Pear Banana Protein Smoothie - Rainbow Light Acai Rice Protein

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3 thoughts on “Acai Pear Banana Protein Smoothie

    1. Hi Gabriella,
      Glad you like the post. So Delicious coconut milk really is great, to me it tastes just like real milk! Sambazon acai is definitely one of our favorites, especially in this recipe, it truly is delicious. 🙂

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