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cantaloupe-veggie smoothie recipe

Cantaloupe-Veggie Smoothie Recipe

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This cantaloupe smoothie is a great way to enjoy fresh summer produce. One serving of this smoothie contains 130% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A and 83% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C.

Total time:  50 S
Servings:  5
Calories:  77


  • 2 cups cantaloupe diced
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1/2 banana
  • 2 carrots halved
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 tbsp. agave nectar (or your choice of sweetener, to taste)

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 8 fl. oz.
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 28mg
  • Carbohydrates: 19g
  • Fiber: 2g
  • Sugar: 15g
  • Protein: 1g


  1. Add ingredients to FourSide or WildSide+ jar in order listed and secure lid.
  2. Select "Whole Juice" or blend on a Medium-High speed for 50-60 seconds.

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  • So many people are trying to improve their intake of potassium these days; would be a nice number to include in nutritional information.

    bonmom on

  • Oh, I’m sorry. I just saw that it is 1 cup per serving. I will try this and add 1 tablespoon of Chia Powder to make it thicker as I do with almost all my smoothies.

    selser on

  • What is the serving size? It can’t be more than a cup…

    selser on

  • I have read that you are supposed to have your smoothie right away. You are not supposed to have them as leftovers. I am alone and cannot drink 5 servings and one serving is too small to blend right

    faith ingalls on

  • 5 cups…thats what is noted above!

    H on

  • to many carbs and not enough protien.

    Louise on

  • The taste is good. The ingredients mask the carrots. I used 1 banana instead & 2 tbsp of Agave nectar. I will make again

    Thanks Blendtec

    Trena Napue on

  • how was it to taste

    1AndrewWalsh . on

  • 1 c. / 8 oz.

    Kathryn on

  • Loved this recipe. It is great the way it is written. Today I added some spinach and basil to change up the flavor a bit and loved it this way too. It is a nice change from my usual green smoothie.

    Wendy on

  • Made this today and it was awesome. Definitely a keeper and will make it again!

    Stephen DesRoches on

  • AGAVE NECTAR IS BAD FOR YOU!! It is heated and gone through a chemical process to create the nectar so even RAW is bad because there is NO possible way it could EVER be RAW and is completely unhealthy. The only sugar you should be intaking is Coconut Sugar, Xylitol, Stevia, and RAW Honey. RAW means NOT cooked, heated and processed with chemicals

    alayalanna on

  • Great point. This recipe can be halved and still work well. Also, many people pour their excess smoothie into ice trays and use it as ice in their next smoothie.

    Blendtec on

  • Why is agave nectar in almost every recipe?

    JuiceFreak on

  • love chia

    Komo Qi Do on

  • The pamphlet states liquids go on the bottom first but this recipe shows it to put in last. This is the first drink I am preparing, just got the Blendtec. Just was a bit confused. Please clarify.

    Caramia on

  • Do you have the article that you read about not having your smoothies as left overs; or if not, can you share why we are not to have them as leftovers? I have leftovers all the time and drink them the next day.

    Ruth Revitte Cropper on

  • the veggies/fruits loose the potency of the vitamins/minerals as it is raw food, so drink within 10-15 minutes of making

    Jenny on

  • Hi Caramia. Thanks for letting us know about the mix up in that recipe. We’ve made the change, and your liquids should go in first to allow for the best blend.

    Blendtec on

  • Dr.Oz changed his mind about Agave!! He said it’s not as good we were told to believe.so I’m not using it!! And anyways,Why would we even have to add any kind of sweetener,if our goal is to eat healthy and the fruits have enough natural sweetness in them!!?

    Polkki on

  • IT taste very good!!

    Patricia on

  • absolutely delicious!!!

    Patricia on

  • Its suppose to be an added sweetener. I use to use it, but quickly figured out its not needed. Fruit is such a natural sweetener, nothing else is needed. Might as well cut it out and save some calories.

    Tabitha Finlinson on

  • Because it’s almost the exact same composition as table sugar and HFCS, but it’s not either of those so people think it’s healthy. Same with honey, "coconut sugar", and everything else that’s half fructose half glucose. Just use table sugar. It’s cheaper, just as sweet and just as bad for you. Or leave it all out and don’t get diabetes.

    Phil Kulak on

  • They squeeze the juice out and heat it up to remove the water content like the same process as sugar cane and maple one process. It’s low gi I use that and honey. Stivia has to be processed more because it’s a small leafy plant. Has to be juiced dried stabilized so it remains in that form.but right on about honey. I love my small bee farm.

    Mike ox on

  • My guess is their head chef likes to use that for everything. I never once used it. I either use honey or dates.

    JuiceFreak on

  • Excellent. Thank you <3 :)

    June Ribaldi on

  • The calories quoted in these smoothies are incorrect. 2 cups of cantaloupe, 1 c of pineapple and 1/2 banana is way more than 77 calories. I just bought a blendtec and am very disappointed that your information on recipes are inaccurate. Makes me a bit concerned about the product itself.

    Madje on

  • Blendtec should add a servings calculator. This would be very helpful for single folks like me :-).

    Anita Mahone on

  • this is a sugar bomb and high carbs disguised as a low cal smoothie. horrible.

    Susan Lightley on

  • The calorie count is per serving. The nutritional information specifies the serving size and how many servings are in the recipe.

    Blendtec on

  • Made a couple of changes that I think have improved this wonderful smoothly. First, I used pineapple juice instead of water and the pineapple chunks. I rarely use any other juice in a smoothly as it is the only juice that I can find that is non-pasteurized. It is also sweet enough that I’ve been able to eliminate the agave nectar. Second, I added half a large avocado to make it smoother. Enjoy

    Lorne Patzer on

  • use dates as a sweetener….trust me its amazing! if you guys want more healthy recipes check out the china study cookbook! its amazing

    Liz on

  • Shut up.

    BabalooMandel on

  • I eat sugar by the mouthful and run ultra marathons and I’m 67 years old. No diabetes here.

    BabalooMandel on

  • I bet you don’t have a TV either.

    Phil Kulak on

  • Raw honey is not the same-do some research. It is the healthiest of any sweeteners. It is a whole food. It has to be RAW though, if it doesn’t say RAW, the benefits will be less.

    Jason on

  • Raw honey is the best sweetener, it is not the same as sugar or nectars etc, it is in its natural state like anything whole. It is the ultimate sweetener-nothing can touch it from the health side.

    Jason on

  • I would replace the agave nectar with coconut nectar (if needed at all), it has a low glycemic value.

    jeanette on

  • haha, yeah, "raw". Eat the "whole hive" and it’s a "whole food". Then you’ll get a bunch of fiber and bee protein too. Eat just honey, though, and all you’re getting is fructose, glucose and water. No number of useless buzz words will change that.

    Phil Kulak on

  • I didn’t have cantaloupe so I used frozen peaches. I didn’t have a tomato, so I used frozen strawberries. And I used several drops of stevia instead of agave. SUPER YUMMY. It was my first time using my brand new Blendtec. I am wondering if I should have halved the carrots lengthwise instead of just making them shorter? I thought the Blendtec was going to jump off the counter when I turned it on! I turned it off and on again a couple of times because I was so freaked out. Was that the carrots?

    Heather on

  • pineapple and banana are already super sweet and contain ton of sugar (carrots too), i really dont see the need to add agave nectar as well.

    NateHiggers on

  • It was likely the frozen strawberries. You can wait for them to thaw a little before blending and that should help. :)

    Blendtec on

  • Use Stevia. I like liquid Stevia from Trader Joe’s or Sprouts.

    HCK on

  • Why not drink 3 to 4 cups and make it a meal? Could add some protein powder.

    Kathy on

  • You should look into Type 1 vs Type 2 diabetes.

    Phil Kulak on

  • Eating sugar is not how U get diabetes. It has to do with your pancreas failing. Also don’t use any sweeteners at all the fruits in this smoothie is already sweet.

    Kris on

  • May as well smoke a pack a day too …. because each of us the example of all of humankind …. statistical sample of one….

    PhD in _______ ?

    Steph Durant on

  • My spouse and 2 sons did not like it at all, so i added yogurt to it and i freeze it. Popsicle will be better with that

    Anne on

  • What with pineapple chunks, a banana, and even the carrots, why do you need the agave nectar. Is this a child’s drink? Thumbs down.

    mountaingirl on

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