Monday, December 17, 2007

Kale, Cucumber, Apple, Pineapple Smoothie


loving this smoothie of the moment.
feels so healthy, green, delicious!

2 leaves of kale, stem cut out
1 cucumber, peeled
1 apple, peeled
handful of fresh pineapple chunks
water, decide how thick or thin you want your smoothie

blend in vitamix or high powered blender.

11 comments:

Talina said...

Yum, that sounds very good! Thanks for the recipe... When more fruit is in season I'll buy some and try this out!

Kristen's Raw said...

Just stopping by to say Happy Holidays :)

Cheers!

Raw is Hott! said...

Yum

Naturegirl said...

This green drink sounds like it is just what I need to recover from my shingles that hang on 3 months later and my latest..a broken ankle!!
I sure need healing medicines...in natural foods that is!
Wishing you Seasons greetings and a health New Year! hugs NG

Gina said...

Wow! That sounds so fresh.

Em said...

sounds lovely - also love the buddha notebook
xxxx

August Garner said...

I can't wait to try this one. Talk about a 'power smoothie'! Thanks

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Scott Jackson said...

Try it with bananas. I make a drink of Kale, collards and bananas. I add water to thin it out if needed. I have tried it with strawberries, orange juice, melon, pears, cherries and with dates. Just remember that sometimes combining the fruit with the greens can cause intestinal distress (gas and bloating).

Love your recipe and will add it to my mix.

Peace,

Scott

You are what you eat.

annie said...

Love your site and attitude...Just wondering why you don't use the peels? Possibly because they are not organic? Or do you have another reason?

jessica said...

annie, no reason not to use the skin if it's organic.