What’s in a name?

Hello there!

I hate to break it to you, but if you’re looking for instructions on how to make a grass skirt or ideas for throwing your own luau. you’ve come to the wrong place.

(Those are actually some real Google searches that have lead people to this blog.)

Around these parts, “The Grass Skirt” actually refers to a smoothie that I started making awhile back.

grass skirt smoothie

One day, I made one of these concoctions and was going on and on about how much it tasted like a pina colada.  Out of curiosity, my husband MT took a sip- which was surprising given the fact that it was both green and healthy.  But not only did MT love it, he agreed that it tasted like a tropical drink.

From that point forward, he referred to the smoothie as “The Grass Skirt”.

I instantly loved the name because I’m in love with all things Hawaiian.

My husband is a creative genius.

Here’s how you can make the smoothie for yourself…

 

 

 You’ll soon come to learn that I’m a bit smoothie-obsessed, but this smoothie is definitely one of my very favorites.

If you make one or have any fun variations, I’d love to hear about them!

erin

17 Comments

  1. Nikki M.

    YUM! That sounds awesome! I love making green smoothies. I usually go for spinach, banana, some type of berry and agave nectar. Super yummy in the summer after a workout!

  2. Hi, you’re blog is fantastic. I presume I could get coconut butter from wholefoods in the uk?

    Thanks a million!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    Thank you so much! :) I am not sure, but I’d imagine you could find coconut butter there in the UK. I don’t know anything about this UK site, but they also sell it. :)

    Organic Coconut Butter

  3. I love your blog! Its so beautiful… a feast for the eyes :D

  4. I do a spinach smoothie every morning – but I’ve never tried your version! I think now I might have to!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    I hope that you enjoy it! :)

  5. Totally pinned this! I love smoothies!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    Yay! Let me know if you make it. :)

  6. Love smoothies.. never have had a spinach one but with all of those fruits in it, it HAS to be yummy!! Def trying this one!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    The fruits definitely over power the greens and make it nice and sweet. I hope that you love it! :)

  7. Yum! I love coconut oil but have never tried it in a smoothie. Can’t wait to try this recipe.
    Sally

  8. This does sound yummy! I love anything with a tropical flare. I’ll be giving your recipe a try very soon!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    Let me know if you do! :)

  9. Karina

    Hi, I have been trying different green smoothies and the grass skirt smoothie just became my favorite!! – I tried it this morning. Thanks for the recipe!!!!!

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    I’m SO happy to hear that you liked it. You just made my day! :)

  10. Clare

    I am allergic to bananas, and that is always the hardest part of green smoothies – they’re no the same without banana! Could you recommend a substitute for the banana in the Grass Skirt smoothie? I’d love to add it to my smoothie repertoire. Great blog!! :) -Clare

    thegrassskirt Reply:

    Thank you, Clare! You definitely don’t need the banana to make the smoothie. I’d add a bit more pineapple or some more mango in place of the banana, and it should taste every bit as delicious! :)

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