TropiKale Smoothie

  • Don't be afraid of green smoothies! They're packed with flavor and nutrients and all you can taste is tropical paradise — I promise!!

    You know I had to throw in some sort of green smoothie in this smoothie series!

    And before you dismiss this smoothie, hear me out.

    It’s called TropiKale for a reason. It tastes like a tropical paradise with a touch of kale and green goodness.

    Don't be afraid of green smoothies! They're packed with flavor and nutrients and all you can taste is tropical paradise — I promise!!

    I know the color is probably a turnoff if you aren’t a fan of green smoothies but if you can get past that then you can certainly fall in love with this green smoothie!

    It’s loaded with healthy nutrients that your body needs and a great way to get all those greens in without having to chew — haha if that’s your kind of thing.

    Don't be afraid of green smoothies! They're packed with flavor and nutrients and all you can taste is tropical paradise — I promise!!

    Anyway, I don’t want to sit here and convince you to make this. Although I really do want you to make this. But hey — I get it. It’s not for everyone and that’s totally okay. But if you are looking to try a green smoothie because you want to give it another shot or you want to try to get into them…you should start with this one because it tastes like paradise!

    Oh, and this is a more watery smoothie. Not as thick because there’s not as much frozen fruit in this as with other smoothies. You can easily thicken it with more ice but I kind of liked it more on the liquid side. I felt like I was drinking a cold-pressed juice!

    TropiKale Smoothie
    Prep Time
    10 mins
     

    If you've been looking to get yourself in the green smoothie game, this tropikale smoothie is one to try!

    Servings: 2
    Ingredients
    • 1 cup coconut water
    • 1 banana
    • 1/2 cup frozen pineapple chunks
    • 1/2 cup frozen mango chunks
    • 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
    • 1 cup kale leaves
    • Handful of ice
    Instructions
    1. Place all ingredients into the blender, with the liquids at the bottom, then blend until smooth and to your desired consistency. If too thick, add more liquid. If too thin, add some ice to thicken up or more frozen fruit.

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  • Maria says:

    A smoothie that tastes like tropical paradise…count me in!

  • This looks awesome! Just what I need to start off my morning!

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