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Got Greens Smoothie

Got Greens Smoothie

Serves: 2

Category: Smoothies, Blended Salads and Juices
Tags: Anti-Cancer/High Micronutrient

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Not only does the avocado in this smoothie give it a rich and creamy consistency, it also adds healthy fats which enhance the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients in the greens.

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3 ounces baby kale
2 cups fresh or frozen pineapple cubes
3 kiwis, peeled
1/2 avocado, peeled and pitted
1 banana


Blend all ingredients in a high-powered blender until smooth and creamy.

Calories 276; Protein 5 g; Carbohydrates 57 g; Total Fat 6.5 g; Saturated Fat 0.9 g; Cholesterol 0 mg; Sodium 26 mg; Fiber 10.1 g; Beta-Carotene 4072 ug; Vitamin C 234 mg; Calcium 121 mg; Iron 1.9 mg; Folate 110 ug; Magnesium 78 mg; Zinc 0.9 mg; Selenium 1.5 ug

Comments (12):



03/26/2006 07:42 AM

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I am becoming additcted to these blended salads. I think they are really good, and they really do give me a boost during the day. I like the pineapple in this particular salad.


07/17/2006 05:07 AM

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This was the first veggie smoothie we tried for a breakfast replacement and my boyfriend couldn't stop talking about how good it was for the entire day. We just recommend using a little more liquid because it was a bit too thick to drink.


01/06/2007 08:16 PM

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I substituted raspberries for the kiwis and loved the results anyhow. Would probably taste very similar with the kiwis.


03/17/2011 08:14 AM

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Oh my goodness! My wife and I made this for breakfast. It's awesome!!!


10/31/2012 12:52 PM

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This is absolutely fabulous! I added some Kale, 1 Tbs. chia seeds, and substituted blueberries for the Kiwi as I didn't have any. It was very thick, so I also added 1/2 cup pomegranate juice.


06/17/2013 09:55 AM

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Had this today for breakfast and we both enjoyed it. The only changes we made were adding a whole avocado instead of a half of one and added 8 ounces of Zico coconut water. (It was still on the thick side.) Also we did not peel the kiwis.

Some approximate nutrient levels for this version (per serving): Vit.A=4317IUs; Vit.C=215mg; Vit.E=4.7mg; Folate=237mcg; Selenium=3.2mcg; Potassium=1716mg; Magnesium=147mg; Calcium=145mg
This comment was last edited on 06/17/2013 10:46 AM


08/22/2013 05:36 PM

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Tried this for my first smoothie with the exact ingredients listed above. DH and I really enjoyed it. A great recipe for a newbie to start with. So easy and good we can't wait to try other more involved recipes!


02/09/2014 11:34 AM

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Used frozen pineapple and a banana which made for a great consistency!

Elaine Garces

03/10/2015 03:50 PM

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Very good! I used 2 kiwis (all I had on hand) and 1/2 orange. I would make this again. Thank you!
This comment was last edited on 03/10/2015 03:50 PM


08/28/2015 04:07 PM

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I really like this one--first time I've tried kiwis in a smoothie! Baby kale is so much better than adult kale, but I'll probably try 50:50 with baby spinach next time. I used the whole avocado. Blending just the ingredients listed (with frozen banana and pineapple), I got more of a paste than a smoothie, so I thinned it with coconut water to smoothie consistency. Maybe substitute frozen mango chunks for half the pineapple next time.


10/04/2015 12:07 PM

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Excellent pick up! Very very refreshing with frozen pineapple and frozen banana. Was feeling low on energy and this instantly provided the energy I needed. Also found it thick, and thinned it with more water, to taste. A 4-5 star indeed!
This comment was last edited on 10/04/2015 12:08 PM


06/12/2017 11:08 AM

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Hi. I'm wondering why there is no sugar content in the nutrition info? Anyone know what it is and is this too high in sugar for a diabetic? Thank you!