The 21 Day Green Up Smoothie Challenge starts Dec. 1st!
In order to ease into adding greens like kale and spinach, it’s a good idea to start with my Easy Peasy Smoothie. It’s very basic, light, and I make this often when I need a quick snack. Usually I have the ingredients on hand so it’s easy peasy.
The sweetness of the fruit is delightful, and you won’t even know that the green goodness sneaked in. My kids really dig this one!
So go ahead and make your drink.
Easy Peasy Smoothie
1 bunch kale (1 cup)
1 banana, peeled
1/4 cup blueberries (I used fresh but frozen will also work)
1/4 cup strawberries (I used fresh but frozen will also work)
1 1/2 cup filtered water
Extra somethin’ somethin’:
Add 1 Tbsp. ground flaxseeds for omega 3 boost.
Add 1 Tbsp. raw almond butter for protein boost.
Replace water with 1 1/2 cups unsweetened original almond milk.
Blend ingredients and drink up.
Makes 18-24 oz.
Save any leftovers for snack or tomorrow’s drink. Store in fridge and drink when ready.
Exciting stuff here. Join The 21 Day Green Up Smoothie Challenge and win a Vitamix! Get the deets and sign up. It’s fun. It’s free.
Is this some beautiful food porn or what! I had so much fun watching Alison of Sugar Farm Productions style the food, but it’s actually quite tedious! I didn’t realize every berry, even flaxseed had to look just right. I loved watching Alison work her magic, and you’ll get to enjoy 21 days of smoothie love with me, too. Join me for The 21 Day Green Up Smoothie Challenge!
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I don’t go onto other sites like face book or u-tube so i can’t win anything but your site is cool as are you and e-mail works for me, your smoothies are wonderful ,colorful, tasty,and healthy, kind of how you look like to me . Thank you, Robert Woolever. Have a wonderful life of success and health
Hey, I just joined your 21 day challenge, but I’m not in the US and have troubles getting kale. Can you recommend replacements?