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Kale-A Berry Smoothie

The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties of kale have quickly made it a favorite super food. The downside of kale, like may super healthy green foods, is that it has an acquired taste that some folks just never acquire.

This sweet, creamy smoothie recipe gives you all the benefits of kale without ever tasting the kale. This is great for sneaking nutrients into a picky eater’s diet.

The Kale-a-Berry Smoothie is a quick morning remedy to any breakfast rut.


Kale Strawberry Smoothie

If you think you do not have time to fix your kids a healthy breakfast that they will actually like, you have got to try this smoothie. It takes less than ten minutes to prepare this great smoothie, and once it is ready, grab a to- go cup and it can be sipped on the way to school or the office.

It does not get easier than that!

Kale-A Berry Smoothie
Recipe type: Smoothies
Cuisine: Antioxidant Smoothies
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Serves: 1
A great antioxidant smoothie with kale and berries
  • 1 banana
  • 3 whole strawberries
  • 1 handful kale
  • 1 TB honey
  • 2 ice cubes
  • Sweetened almond milk to the fill line
  1. Combine your ingredients. Blend with your Nutri-Bullet until all ingredients are emulsified. The emulsification process breaks down the nutrients in your smoothie so that you system can absorb the direct nutrients more quickly.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 large cup Calories: 225 Fat: 1.5 g Carbohydrates: 53 g Sugar: 35 g Sodium: 100 mg Fiber: 5 g Protein: 2.5 g



  1. December 16, 2014 at 8:43 am

    I have been eating some version of the following since I purchased my “Bullet” using the large container:

    1) One standard grocery store size navel orange, peeled
    2) One similar sized granny smith apple
    3) One similar sized banana, peeled
    4) About 6 “baby carrots”
    5) About 3 ounces diced frozen mango chunks
    6) 2 large kale leaves, stalks and all
    7) Gatorade

    I mix the first 4 ingredients together with the Gatorade and pour the results into an empty Gatorade bottle. Then, I mix the kale leaves and the mango chunks with tap water. I have done this twice a day since April, so I have it figured out what the liquid to ingredient mix is so that it fills that Gatorade bottle when done.

    A few shakes to mix it all together, stick in a straw and suck it all down.

    Frequently I will consume this concoction twice a day. Sometimes only once. After that, whenever I notice that I am a little hungry, I eat whatever I feel like. It is never very much, usually an apple with peanut butter, or toast and peanut butter. Sometimes spaghetti. It doesn’t make much difference. I also run about 18 to 25 miles a week.

    I am 64 and feel great. I felt great before I started with the Bullet, but I have noticed that eating this way significantly assists with the elimination process, which is why I began this in the first place. I do not want to take any medications if I can avoid it. Even the OTC variety.

    If anyone has any feedback regarding nutritional value of my “smoothie”, I’d be more than appreciative to hear from you.

    Thanks for listening.


    • Sounds like a good mix Jay! As a runner myself, I like the use of Gatorade. This would be a great post workout smoothie and a decent meal replacement smoothie too, although I would probably eat a bit of protein with it, like a boiled egg or some low fat cheese if using it as a meal replacement. In fact I might give Gatorade in my smoothies a try now! For nutritional values, here is a nice website and calculator for determining that stuff: http://nutritiondata.self.com/

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