Tropical Green Smoothie Recipe

Tropical Green Smoothie Recipe

green smoothie recipe One of the great staples in my diet have always been smoothies. I have gone through a ton of recipes and over time picked out the tried and true ones that were my go-to. The following is a green smoothie recipe that I've tweaked to suite my taste buds. The orange really covers the taste of the kale so I can get all of it's great micro-nutrients without having that bitter kale bite.

If you prefer to eliminate any "green" flavors try using spinach instead as it has a much less potent flavor than the kale.

Tropical Green Smoothie Recipe

1/2 cup pineapple
1 ripe banana
2 cutie oranges
1/4 cup unsweetened original almond milk (or orange juice for a stronger flavor to cover the kale)
1/2 cup kale
1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder (if desired)
Ice cubes (until desired consistency)

Blend thoroughly and enjoy!

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