Even if you don’t consider yourself a green smoothie fan, have disliked green smoothies you’ve tried in the past, or are just dubious of anything green before 12 p.m. Then, you will find Mariano’s Kale Smoothie Recipe difficult to resist.
It’s refreshing, creamy, and incredibly delectable. So start your day with a tall glass, and you’ll feel oddly unbeatable the rest of the day. I realize I’m risking exaggerating the psychological impact of a breakfast smoothie, but this kale pineapple smoothie actually makes me feel amazing every time I drink it. It is incredibly good for you. It’s high in fiber, protein, and a slew of vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients!
So get your blender out, grab your fruits and veggies, get ready, and follow along as I show you how to make it.
Mariano’s Kale Smoothie Recipe
- 4 ounces Coconut Water.
- ¾ cup Fresh Kale.
- ½ Fresh Orange. Peeled
- ¼ Granny Smith Apple. Medium Sliced
- ¼ Pear. Sliced Medium-Sized
- 2 pieces Banana. Frozen, 2 inches pieces
- 3 pieces Pineapple. Frozen
- ½ cup Green Grapes. Frozen
- Cayenne Pepper. Dash
- In a blender, combine all of the ingredients and blend until smooth.
- Pour into a glass and serve right away.
It’s that easy. I love Mariano's Kale Smoothie recipe. It is super hydrating and energizing.
Over the last five years, the Juice and Smoothie Bars market has profited from the expanding health and wellness trend. Increased awareness of healthy eating and the links between poor diet and health concerns has increased the demand for juices and smoothies.
Smoothies can keep us going all day.
Cuisine, Calorie Count and Nutrition Value
Are smoothies good for you? Yes. Green smoothies are an excellent way to include more veggies and fruits in your diet. Kale is high in fiber, antioxidants, calcium, vitamin K, vitamin C, and iron. It can be eaten raw in a smoothie (no need to cook it first).
As for Pineapple, it helps mask the flavor of raw greens. It also contains a number of vitamins and minerals. And is particularly high in vitamin C and manganese.
Meanwhile, the banana adds richness, thickness, and creaminess to Mariano’s Kale Smoothie, as well as natural sweetness.
Nutritional Value Per Serving
- Dietary Fiber – 0 g
- Protein – 4 g
- Carbohydrates – 40 g
- Sugar – 0 g
- Fat – 0 g
- Saturated Fat – 0 g
- Trans Fat – 0 g
- Sodium – 180 mg
- Calcium – 180 mg
- Iron – 0.7 mg
- Vitamin A- 75 mcg
- Vitamin C – 42 mg
How to Store Marinos Super Kale Smoothie Recipe?
This kale smoothie tastes best immediately after blending, but it can be refrigerated for up to 4 hours (with good results) or up to 1 day (less optimal results).
Yogi’s Pro Tips Sections
- If you don’t have any Pineapple on hand, you can use Mango as it has a similar effect and can be used as a substitute in this recipe.
- For the best and smooth results, use a high-powered blender. But if you don’t have one, standard blender would suffice.
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Marinos Super Kale Smoothie Recipe is one of my favorite recipes because it only requires a few ingredients and is ready in no time. It is nutritious and delicious by nature. Not to forget super healthy, with no added sugar or preservatives. It is Gluten-free and Vegan. Aside from the obvious green color, you’d never guess it’s made from kale.
So, what are you waiting for? Good luck with your healthy diet routine, and let us know how you found this recipe.