Cocobeet’s Blue Coconut Smoothie Recipe

By: Team Reboot

Have you seen our new and improved Juice Bar Finder yet? We’ve partnered with FaveIt — a personal organizer for saving and sharing your favorite places and things, on the go – to create a Reboot-sourced list of great juice bars. Looking for a juice bar in Los Angeles, London or Dubai? Use our improved Finder to see if a fellow Rebooter knows where you can find a good juice. Trying to figure out what street corner to stop at in New York City for a juice? Check out some of my team’s favorites.

One of our favorites that we found is in Boston, MA — Cocobeet! They were generous to share one of their most popular smoothie recipes with us. If you’re in the Boston area, make sure you stop by!

Enjoy their recipe:
Delicious.  Satisfying.  Pure, plant-packed nutrition.  Of all 25+ organic juices and superfood smoothies at Cocobeet, our juice bar in Boston, Blue Coconut is the crowd favorite.

Blueberries are one of the most potent sources of antioxidants on the planet, and benefit virtually every system in the body.  The healthy fats from coconuts are linked to better immunity, thyroid function, and weight management. Omega 3s and protein from chia seeds, almond milk, and almond butter keep cravings at bay.  Add in natural sweetness from dates, and you’ve got a health drink that goes undercover as a dessert.

End result?  No more dips and lulls – simply sustained energy.  As with all of our products at Cocobeet, we use organic and fresh ingredients in our juices and smoothies.  For the best taste and the most nutrition, we encourage you to do the same.

Cocobeet is an organic juice bar in downtown Boston, specializing in cold-pressed juices, raw vegan food, superfood smoothies, and organic juice cleanses.  Our products are always unprocessed, GMO-free, organic, and locally sourced; crafted on-site daily and offered in a grab-and-bo format; raw, vegan, and gluten-free.  Our goal is to enable the well being of the community by creating convenient options for truly healthy, pure food. Read more: or visit us at the store in Boston’s Government Center.

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1 cup (150 g) frozen blueberries (or fresh blueberries and ice)

1/2 tsp chia seeds

14 oz (400 ml) almond milk

1/2 tbsp coconut oil

3 dates

1 tbsp almond butter


Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth (approx. 60 – 90 seconds).


  • Nutrition per serving:

Yields and nutritional information are estimated and will vary depending on produce size and equipment used.

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