Grandma Miller’s Kale Fruit Smoothie is fresh, colorful, & full of delicious flavors!
I am so excited to be sharing with you Grandma Miller’s Kale Fruit Smoothie! As I mentioned in Tuesday’s post about Ice Cube Fruit & in our Disney Vacation post this whole Kale Smoothie kick started with Roger’s grandmother during our spring break vacation.
I will admit that I was very leery when Roger told me grandma Miller was making a kale fruit smoothie for me to try. Luckily I was still in the bathroom curling my hair when he brought it to me. I figured at least they wouldn’t see me make a disgusted face as I tried to swallow a hippie hipster inspired smoothie.
But once I tried Grandma Miller’s Kale Fruit Smoothie I was not only presently surprised but I was hooked for life! I mean it wasn’t anywhere near the gross, thick, slimy, salad tasting drink that I was imagining it to be. I even felt like I shouldn’t be enjoying it as much as I did (& do). It turns out I love the naturally sweet flavors & the guilt free feeling I get while drinking this kale fruit smoothie for breakfast & dinner.
I’m just sorry I didn’t share the recipe with you sooner!
I have officially fallen for a trending vegetable & drink.
We have been drinking Grandma Miller’s Kale smoothie now for a month & while I usually just throw the ingredients into a blender & add to taste I thought it might be a little more helpful if I wrote down some specifics for you. And I am so glad I did because this is definitely the best of the kale fruit smoothies I have made – I might just drink all 4 cups today by myself!
Plus who cares about the color when you can say that you have not only tried a kale smoothie but actually enjoyed it too!
- 2 Cups Almond Milk (Or your favorite milk version) *(1)
- 2 Packed Cups Kale
- 1 Frozen Banana
- 3 Ice Cube Pineapples
- 5 Ice Cube Strawberries
- 2 Tablespoons Honey
- 1 & 1/4 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
- First, blend the almond milk & kale together until smooth. *(2) Then blend in your frozen banana, pineapple, & strawberries. Finally, blend in the honey & vanilla extract.
- Also, by using frozen fruit your kale fruit smoothie is naturally cold & thick & you don't have to water it down with watery ice cubes.
- Pour into your favorite mason jar & serve cold! *(3)
- *1. Roger prefers his smoothies to be thicker, if you like yours thicker too you might only want to do 1 & 1/2 cups of almond milk instead of 2 cups.
- *2. It's important to do the almond milk & kale first so that the kale gets blended in smoothly & you don't have big kale pieces in your smoothie.
- *3. I like to freeze my extra Kale Fruit Smoothie in mason jars so that I can have one on hand whenever I get a craving!
I’d love to see your Kale Fruit Smoothie!
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With love, G
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