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Best Green Smoothie

Best Green Smoothie


The BEST Green Smoothie ever! |

Let’s face it. There are sooooo many Green Smoothies & shakes dashing around the internet. I really didn’t get it…until now.

A few days ago I made this one with kale, frozen banana & protein powder. Done & Done. Now I’m a big fan of the green drink too!

The BEST Green Smoothie ever! |

It is a wonder & a pleasant JOY that kale can taste so good in a shake. This is a guilt free, over the top great for ya treat friends.

The BEST Green Smoothie ever! |

Hope you have a wonderful weekend planned. What are you doing?

The BEST Green Smoothie ever! |

I will be downhill skiing, cross country skate skiing, taking pictures of food & most def drinking some of these smoothies for energy!

The BEST Green Smoothie ever! |

Have a great one & stay tuned for an AWESOME giveaway I am hosting tomorrow. Hint: It is something very powerful that can help you make a smoothie like this.

Can you guess what it is?


Best Green Smoothie

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 4 minutes

Yield: 1 Green Smoothie

Best Green Smoothie


  • 3 large Kale Leaves, remove leaves from ribs & tear into pieces
  • 1 ripe frozen Banana (before freezing cut into pieces, it blends easier this way)
  • 1 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk (or any milk you love)
  • 2 tablespoons Pure Maple Syrup (or your favorite natural sweetener)
  • 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder


  • Blend all ingredients together. Adjust sweetener to taste.

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30 Responses to Best Green Smoothie

  1. Green smoothies are such a tasty way to get your greens (my husband doesn’t even know I put them in there, haha!). I haven’t tried kale and banana yet…I need to try that next. Thanks so much for adding my Green Smoothie with Avocado and Kale to this list!

  2. A reliable supplier for 100% pure powdered smoothie ingredients is Federal Ingredients. All products are “Made In The USA”. They have fruit and berry powders, kale and spinach powders, beet root powder, pineapple and mango powders for enzymes, matcha powder for antioxidants, wheat and barley grass superfoods powders, etc. Their website is

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