HapHug Pineapple Smoothie Recipe

Pineapple Smoothie

Looking to fight the bloat?
This Pineapple Edema-Relief Smoothie Recipe is the answer! Made with refreshing goodness of HapHug Freeze-Dried Pineapple, this delicious drink is easy to make and helps you feel your best.

Pineapple Smoothie Recipe

By HapHug LLC
Prep time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1


  • 200 ml of Kefir (a fermented milk drink that's rich in probiotics)
  • 1 Pack of HapHug Pineapple
  • Chia seeds (optional)


  • Place the 200 ml of kefir and the prepared pineapple pieces into your blender. Secure the lid to prevent any spills.
  • Blend on high speed until the pineapple is completely broken down and the mixture is smooth. The time needed can vary based on your blender's power; it typically takes about 1-2 minutes. You're looking for a uniform and creamy texture without any large pineapple chunks.
  • After blending, check the consistency of your smoothie. If it's too thick for your liking, you can add a little more kefir or some water to thin it out. Blend again if you make any additions.
  • Serve Immediately: Pour the smoothie into a glass. The vibrant, creamy texture makes it appealing, and serving it immediately ensures you get the most out of the kefir's probiotic benefits and the pineapple's enzymes.
  • For an extra touch, you might garnish with a wedge of HapHug Freeze Dried pineapple on the rim of the glass or sprinkle some chia seeds on top for added fiber.


Kefir: Rich in probiotics, kefir supports digestive health and may help balance your gut microbiome.
Pineapple: Contains bromelain, an enzyme that may aid in digestion and help reduce inflammation, potentially contributing to edema relief.

Referenced products

  • Freeze Dried Pineapple

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  • Freeze Dried Pineapple 10-Pack

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  • Freeze Dried Pineapple Triple Pack

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