Healthy Smoothies #smoothies #greensmoothies #healthy

If you follow my Instagram you might have noticed that I've been taking pictures of my drinks recently. These fruit smoothies are actually my morning and/or lunch ritual while at home. I drink them instead of having to actually bother to make breakfast and wanting to be healthy. Let's call it half laziness and health conscious. I have also been asked how I make them, so I was like why not just post the recipes here on my blog for everyone to enjoy. I hope you try some of these out at home in the mornings before work, school, or even workout sessions.

Blueberry-Banana Kale Smoothie


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  • 1/4 cup of water (filtered, bottled, distilled, or whatever you please)

  • 1 whole medium-sized banana (the riper the sweeter the banana)

  • 1/4 cup of frozen blueberries (My mom buys the Dole brand bulk size from Sam's Club)

  • 1 leaf of Organic Kale (I bought mines at Whole Foods)

  • 1/4 cup of 0% fat-free Plain Greek Yogurt (I used Greek Gods from Whole Foods)

  • 1-2tbsp of Agave Nectar (can be substituted for honey)


Blend everything until smooth, if it is too thick add water, for a colder drink add ice to blend, for more sweetness add more Agave Nectar to taste. I use a Ninja Blender ($99 at Macy's and other department stores) for a bigger batch or my Single-Serve Smoothie Blender by Hamilton Beach (around $16 at Target).

Peanut Butter(PB2)-Banana Kale with Chia Seeds Smoothie


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  • 1/4 cup of Organic Skim Milk (I buy whichever is the cheapest at either Whole Foods or Central Market)

  • 1 whole medium-sized banana (the riper the sweeter the banana)

  • 2 tbsp of PB2 (Available at Walmart. It is powdered peanut-butter that has been rid of its oil so it's only 45 calories per serving. If you can't find it then add regular smooth peanut-butter)

  • 1 leaf of Organic Kale (I bought mines at Whole Foods)

  • 1/4 cup of 0% fat-free Plain Greek Yogurt (I used Greek Gods from Whole Foods)

  • 1 teaspoon of Chia Seeds (I buy the dark ones from the loose bulk size isle at Whole Foods. These are a great source for omega-3, lowers blood sugar, and fills you more which leads to weight loss. These actually expand in your stomach making you feel fuller.)


Blend everything until smooth, if it is too thick add more milk, for a colder drink add ice to blend, for a more peanut-butter taste add more powder. I use a Ninja Blender ($99 at Macy's and other department stores) for a bigger batch or my Single-Serve Smoothie Blender by Hamilton Beach (around $16 at Target).

Orange and Banana-Kale with Chia Seeds Smoothie


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  • 1/4 cup of Organic Skim Milk (I buy whichever is the cheapest at either Whole Foods or Central Market)

  • 1 whole medium-sized banana (the riper the sweeter the banana)

  • 2 whole medium-sized oranges

  • 1 leaf of Organic Kale (I bought mines at Whole Foods)

  • 1/4 cup of 0% fat-free Plain Greek Yogurt (I used Greek Gods from Whole Foods)

  • 1 teaspoon of Chia Seeds (I buy the dark ones from the loose bulk size isle at Whole Foods. These are a great source for omega-3, lowers blood sugar, and fills you more which leads to weight loss. These actually expand in your stomach making you feel fuller.)


Blend everything until smooth, if it is too thick add more milk, for a colder drink add ice to blend. I use a Ninja Blender ($99 at Macy's and other department stores) for a bigger batch or my Single-Serve Smoothie Blender by Hamilton Beach (around $16 at Target).


I hope you all enjoy these recipes that all contain kale, if you can not find kale, you are more than welcome to add about a hand-full size of baby organic spinach leaves.


I'll post more recipes in the future while I test different fruits and vegetables.


Until next time,
Felipa xoxo

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