Bottoms Up: 7 Soursop Smoothie Recipes You Can Drink for Good Health

soursop smoothie

Don't allow the name soursop to fool you. It is a fruit that tastes similar to pineapple and strawberries with a creamy texture. You can make tea from its leaves or even cook it into cakes and other desserts.

Continue reading and we'll show you exactly how to make soursop smoothies with 7 easy recipes.

Soursop Smoothie Ideas

Soursop is a versatile fruit that you can use for frozen treats, smoothies, and teas. It's well-known for its tumor-shrinking abilities in cancer patients in addition to a ton of other health benefits.

Consuming soursop regularly can help:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Improve the function of your immune system
  • Enhance eye health
  • Boost kidney and liver health
  • Relieve stress
  • Treat fever
  • Treat skin conditions

Here are 7 smoothie recipes that use soursop to improve your health.

1. Strawberry and Soursop Smoothie

We now know the amazing benefits of consuming soursop, but do you know what makes strawberries and raw honey superfoods? Let's start with strawberries.

They are known to increase your HDL (good) cholesterol levels, lower your blood pressure, and protect you from different types of cancers. The high antioxidant levels in strawberries are great for your heart health and protect your immune system from illnesses and infections.

Raw honey, on the other hand, is antibacterial and antifungal which can help rid your body of harmful fungus and bacteria. It can also improve your digestion and stop issues like diarrhea.

2 Cups frozen Strawberries

2 Cups vanilla yogurt

2 Tablespoons raw honey

1/2 Cup soursop puree

Combine all the ingredients in your blender, pureeing until it's smooth. For an extra sweet treat, you can serve it with some whipped cream on top.

2. Soursop Milkshake

This creamy smoothie will remind you of a classic milkshake without all of the added sugar and fat. As a sweetener, raw honey is a great option because your body won't consume all the calories, glucose, and fructose that accompany sugar.

So your chances of gaining extra weight, getting diabetes, or hurting your liver are significantly decreased when consuming raw honey versus sugar. Additionally, you don't have to worry about that dreaded sugar crash.

4 Cups milk

2 Cups ice

1/4 Cup raw honey

1 cup Soursoup chunks

Combine all the ingredients in the bowl of your blender. Puree them until you are left with a creamy drink and with the honey fully dissolved.

3. Tropical Pineapple and Soursop Smoothie

In recent years, coconut oil has become a huge trend in the health and beauty industries. While the benefits of consuming the oil are great, it seems as though people have forgotten about the fruit itself.

Using coconuts in this recipe will help improve your immune system, reduce insulin in your body, and remove the free radicals that can cause degenerative diseases and premature aging. This fruit also improves the functions of your thyroid, kidneys, and bladder.

Pineapples have many of the same health benefits including the ability to strengthen your eyes and bones. Because of the fruit's sweet flavor, you won't need to add any extra sweeteners to this smoothie.

2 Soursops cut into chunks

2 Cups fresh coconut cut into chunks

1 Cup Frozen pineapple chunks

1 Cup Fresh or frozen spinach

You can swap the spinach out for another dark leafy green if you prefer to You can use kale or collard greens if you'd like. Once you have all the ingredients, you can combine them in your blender until you've reached your desired texture.

For more of a juice like consistency, add liquid.

4. Mango and Soursop Smoothie

Mangoes have tons of health benefits including protection against heart disease, asthma, digestive issues, and macular degeneration. Another bonus is that this fruit can help you reach a healthy weight and improve the look of your hair and skin.

1 Cup soursop flesh

2 Cups fresh mango cubes

1/2 cup coconut milk

1 Tablespoon raw honey

Combine all the ingredients in your blender until you've reached the consistency you like. Because mango isn't always as sweet as most people would like, you may have to adjust the amounts of honey you use.

5. Basic Soursop Smoothie

This is a basic soursop smoothie recipe without any added bells and whistles. If you want, you can exchange the yogurt for kefir. Both foods are rich in protein and protect your gut health through the use of probiotics.

2 Cups soursop flesh

1 Tablespoon raw honey

2 Cups yogurt

2 Cups milk

Combine all the ingredients in the bowl of your blender. Add ice cubes to thicken it.

6. Soursop and Coconut Smoothie

Chia seeds are versatile. You can add them to any of these smoothie recipes without altering the flavor. These tiny seeds pack a huge punch as they help support your brain and heart health and provide you with high-quality fiber and protein.

They also help reduce your appetite to reduce unhealthy snacking throughout the day.

1 Cup soursop

1/3 Cup coconut chunks

1 Cup coconut water

2 Tablespoons chia seeds

Mix all the ingredients in your blender on the puree setting until they are mixed thoroughly. Sprinkle the chia seeds on top when you're finished.

7. Green Soursop Smoothie

Kale has been labeled as a superfood for quite a few reasons. Its high fiber content an help manage your blood sugar while helping you feel full. It's great for your brain health and protects against cataracts and macular degeneration.

Kale is also a good source of potassium, omega 3 fatty acid, and calcium.

2 Cups kale

1 Cup soursop flesh

2 Tablespoons raw honey

1 Whole banana

2 Cups milk

Mix all the ingredients until you have a smooth, creamy smoothie. The consistency should be similar to that of a milkshake.

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