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Creamy Pear Smoothie by Sanza at eosia

Creamy Pear Smoothie



Pears are an excellent choice when looking for a snack. Discover all the benefits and how to prepare a deliciously creamy smoothie!

When you are on the go, and you want a quick, simple, and nourishing breakfast, I have the perfect recipe for you. It is a fantastic recipe for a creamy pear smoothie. Not only is it 100% plant-based, but it’s super filling and will give you all the energy you need to kick-start your morning. 

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It is simple to make, and you will be in and out of the kitchen within 5 to 10 minutes and headed on your way to begin your day. The two key ingredients included in this recipe are pears and spinach. I’m sure most of you know the benefits of these fruits but let me give you some more knowledge on these healthful fruits.

What Makes Pears So Special?

Pears are unique because they are one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. They contain a lot of vitamin C and fiber. The amount of vitamin C in pears is equivalent to one large orange, and it also includes more than twice as much fiber as an apple or a banana.

Pears also have 20% less sugar than most other fruits, making them a healthy alternative to other fruit choices you might make. Eating pears can help with digestion and maintain good physical health.

Pears are not just good for us; they taste great too! They have a delicate, sweet, and pleasant flavor, making them perfect for snacking at any time of day.

Why are pears so good for you?

Pears is not a fruit that is typically talked about; when they say eat your fruits, most of the focus is on apples and oranges but on the contrary, pears are one of the leading fruits to consume.

Here are seven reasons why you should incorporate more pears in your diet:

  • Pears contain strong antioxidant properties that help with heart disease and high blood pressure.
  • They also have a decent amount of fiber to keep you full for a while and help keep your digestive system healthy.
  • Have less sugar than most other fruits, making them more suitable for people with diabetes or trying to lose weight since they won’t get a blood sugar spike from eating them like they would from other fruits.
  • It is excellent to consume as part of a healthy diet because they provide an excellent source of antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals that cause aging and chronic diseases like cancer, arthritis, and asthma.
  • They can reduce stress levels.
  • Increase your immune system
  • They reduce inflammation

How spinach became well, know.

Spinach dates to ancient Iran and is still popular today; back then, its name was aspanakh It also became popular in China after the king of Nepal sent some as a gift in the 7th century.

Spinach was introduced to Europe in the 11th century from Spain, and it became widespread across the continent and was known as ‘the Spanish vegetable’ in England. In the 16th century, influential Italian renaissance figure Catherine de Medici loved spinach.

She wasn’t just a political influencer though; she had an appreciation for food & developed a type of cuisine called ‘French.’ When she left her home in Florence, Italy, She asked for all her dishes to be prepared on a bed of spinach are often referred to as à la Florentine.

Spinach has been cultivated in North America for over 200 years. It reached its peak of popularity by Popeye, who eats spinach to gain super strength. In fact, when Popeye, which is a famous cartoon, made its debut on January 17, 1929, spinach became the third most popular vegetable in the world.

Why is Spinach Super Healthy for You?

The benefits of eating spinach are numerous. For starters, it’s a great source of vitamins K, folate, iron, potassium, and other minerals. One cup also has 12 grams of fiber.

Some of the other benefits are:

  • Beta-carotene: This helps alleviate macular degeneration, especially in people at risk for this degenerative eye disease.
  • Vitamin A: It protects your vision by supporting levels in the eyes, which promotes healthy eyesight.
  • Protein: Spinach is rich in protein, especially the essential amino acids lysine and methionine.
  • Iron: Spinach contains more iron than any other vegetable.
  • Vitamin C: Spinach contains more than three times the daily requirement of vitamin C.
  • Vitamin E: This vitamin helps fight against cancer, maintain good vision, and prevent muscle breakdown.
  • Omega 3s: are fatty acids that protect the heart and brain of a developing fetus. Spinach is one of the few vegetables containing omega 3s, which can decrease inflammation in your body and help your heart function better.

Next time you are on the go and you’re reaching for a fatty, high-calorie muffin, why not take an extra 5 to 10 minutes to make a great healthy breakfast that will give you stable energy throughout the day.

Creamy Pear Smoothie

Perfect for busy mornings when you need that extra energy boost!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Breakfast, Drinks, Snack
Calories 355
Cost $8


  • 1 high-speed blender


  • 2 cup coconut milk or any other milk you prefer
  • 1 cups baby spinach fresh
  • 1 banana frozen, small
  • 1 Bartlett pear chopped
  • 1/2 avocado small
  • 1/2 cup coconut yogurt or any other yogurt you prefer

For garnishing

  • pomegranate arils optional


  • Place all the smoothie ingredients in the high-speed blender and blend until smooth.
  • Serve and garnish with the pomegranate arils if using.
  • Enjoy!


Sodium: 177mgCalcium: 499mgVitamin C: 19mgVitamin A: 2039IUSugar: 40gFiber: 10gPotassium: 903mgCholesterol: 1mgCalories: 355kcalMonounsaturated Fat: 5gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gFat: 10gProtein: 20gCarbohydrates: 60gIron: 3mg
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