Super Green Smoothie

G - BOMBS

This smoothie is packed with immunity-boosting cruciferous greens, sprouts, berries, walnuts, and seeds. Make it a part of your morning routine.

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  • Ratings & Comments (9)
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Ingredients

2 cups chopped green cruciferous vegetable (kale, collards, mustard greens or turnip greens)
1/3 cup broccoli or radish sprouts (see note)
6 walnut halves
1 tablespoon hemp seeds
1 cup frozen strawberries, raspberries or other berries
1 cup carrot or beet juice (see note)
squeeze of lemon

Instructions:

Blend ingredients in a high-powered blender until smooth.

Note: If you don’t have sprouts you can leave them out; if you don’t have beet or carrot juice, you can substitute half a cup (each) of pomegranate juice and unsweetened soy, hemp or almond milk – or just one cup of the non-dairy milk.

My Notes: (Click Edit to enter your notes about this recipe)

Serves 1

Per Serving:

Calories 337
Protein 12 g
Carbohydrates 52 g
Sugars 18 g
Total Fat 13 g
Saturated Fat 1.3 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 176 mg
Fiber 13.4 g
Beta-Carotene 24961 ug
Vitamin C 288 mg
Calcium 297 mg
Iron 5.7 mg
Folate 145 ug
Magnesium 180 mg
Potassium 1666 mg
Zinc 2.7 mg
Selenium 4.2 ug

My Rating: 
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SkippyOne

03/26/2020 03:53 PM

Rated this recipe:

A bit tart.  I liked it better with some unsweetened pomegranate juice tossed in.

AlbertaAlberta

06/06/2020 02:07 PM

Rated this recipe:

I love this! I used carrot juice. I enjoy tart.

kristy_mae333

06/16/2020 06:08 PM

Rated this recipe: (no rating)

I'm not going to lie. I was scared of this recipe. LOL However, I was pleasantly surprised. I used the 1/2 pom juice and 1/2 plant milk mixture because I did not have carrot juice on hand. It did come out a little on the thick side so I added a bit of water to thin it out and it was great.

Rthbrk replies:

02/22/2021 05:36 PM

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Thanks!! I'm a little scared of it too ?? Good to know you liked it - I'll try it in the morning. 
 

T.Knight

09/27/2020 11:40 AM

Rated this recipe:

Made exactly as written & loved it. Have had it a few times now. 

dsweders

12/14/2020 08:29 PM

Rated this recipe:

I used red radish micro greens, and a beet/orange juice. I was very pleasantly surprised and had both servings at once!

DrRuthie

05/20/2021 01:37 PM

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I prepared this smoothie per the recipe. It was actually quite tasty and kept me satisfied through the morning. I did add ice to my shaker bottle. I plan to make it again.

Elizabethajen

12/08/2021 09:15 AM

Rated this recipe:

Delicious!  Just perfect!

What a great way to have my greens!

NCarricato

01/30/2022 11:15 AM

Rated this recipe:

Stick with the broccoli florets or something sweeter. I tried frozen broccoli with kale and frozen strawberries.  I juiced fresh carrot juice. I had to add half a cup of unsweetened almond milk because it was so thick and too green, even with the lemon which usually cuts it.  I feel like freshly juiced orange juice would be really good.   Have to try the pomegranate juice.  Am going to try a couple of different combinations. But still a good way to get greens in!  Am sure the right combo is delicious!

Ann-MarieS

10/29/2022 10:28 AM

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I was hesitant to make this but was pleasantly surprised and really enjoyed this smoothie.  I made it a handful of times now.  I pretty much follow the recipe with the exception of adding lemon.  I always used strawberries and broccoli sprouts.  I switched between kale or collard greens.  I also made it with freshly juiced carrots and I had it with 1/2 cup pomegranate juice & 1/2 cup almond milk.  Both ways taste good, but prefer the carrot juice a tad bit more.    This recipe is a keeper!