Monday, September 16, 2013

Kale Pineapple and Orange Smoothie (Non-Dairy)

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Have you heard that Kale is a superfood?  I love Kale because it's so versatile.  I have curried it... put it into pastas, soups, stir fries... now an amazing smoothie.   My daughter drank half the blender of this smoothie after tasting this wonderful fruit and kale filled non-dairy smoothie.  It's a great away to start your day and boost your health in the process.



Ingredients:
1 cup kale chopped (no stems... just the leaves)
1 pineapple, peeled and  cut into chunks (for a frosty smoothie freeze some of the pineapple)
3 seedless oranges peeled and cut into segments
2 cups almond milk (I used vanilla flavored)
sweetener (if needed.. I used none)
1 cup ice- if your pineapple is not frozen

Directions:
Prepare all fruit and vegetables.  Place in to blender and blend until smooth.  If you desire a very smooth texture, strain before serving.  We had it without straining.  Enjoy.



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11 comments:

  1. Love the sweetness of this! So healthy for you!

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  2. I have to try this! I have had kale in a couple different smoothies and I am amazed at how Kale does not taste too strong in them. I think these flavors would realy compliment kale well. yum!

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  3. One of my co-workers LOVES kale smoothies. She has one every morning, I have to send this over to her ASAP since she will go nuts! :D Thanks Ramona!

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  4. such an delicious packed with nutrients drink :) looks super refreshing !!

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  5. I will have to try this out. I eat spinach all the time in smoothies but haven't tried kale. I feel like it is too dense. Hum...

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  6. Yum! I love kale and pineapple. How many cups of smoothie does this recipe make?

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  9. This is one of my favorite recipe. I really liked it.

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