Blackberry {Vegan} Antioxidant Kale Smoothie

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A quick and healthy drink, this Blackberry Kale smoothie is packed with vitamins and antioxidants, dairy-free and vegan!

Mornings are getting a little colder here, and although it's still very hot during the day, you can see the slow and steady arrival of autumn. This makes me sad. Summer is absolutely my favorite season. And we haven't even been on vacation yet… and I refuse to accept that these beautiful summer days are coming to an end soon.

I am trying to enjoy the summer products as much as I can, but it is difficult to consume as much as nature is providing right now.

Our little garden is still giving us zucchini, cucumbers, and tomatoes, purple kale, and a new batch of green beans soon. I've had so many cucumbers this season, I'm running out of ideas on how to eat them all. And I've even planted a few new plants for the colder months, such as endive, chicory, and more kale, though I'm running out of free space to plant even more. So next year, we need to expand our garden.

Having a garden means a lot to me. I don't have much time to attend to it, unfortunately, that's why the garden is small and poorly maintained, but it still amazes me with the crops. And I love being able to open the door, go into the garden, and pick vegetables for dinner.

So, at any time, I can only tear off a few purple kale leaves, get some berries out of the freezer, and make a healthy smoothie in no time.

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This Blackberry Kale Smoothie is packed with vitamins and antioxidants and is your perfect summer smoothie! There are no bananas here and no dairy, just pure fruit and awesomeness, and a hint of purple cabbage and lemon for freshness.

This smoothie is made with peaches, purple kale, blackberries, blueberries, and a little lemon juice. If peaches are out of season, you can substitute bananas for them, and you can also use frozen berries to make this smoothie in winter. If you don't have purple kale, you can use regular kale or even spinach.

Blackberry {Vegan} Antioxidant Kale Smoothie

Performance: 2 Preparation time: 10 minutes Total time: 10 minutes

A quick and healthy drink, this Blackberry Kale smoothie is packed with vitamins and antioxidants, dairy-free and vegan!

Ingredients

  • 3 peaches
  • 4 leaves purple kale, stemless
  • 1/2 cup blackberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/3 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
  • 1 cup of water, or as needed
  • mint leaves (optional for decoration)

Instructions

  1. Peel the peaches, cut them into slices and remove them. Put peach slices in a blender. Wash purple kale, pat dry, and remove stiff stems. Place the kale in the blender. Add blackberries, blueberries, and juice of half a lemon. Add a little water, as needed.
  2. Mix until smooth. Check the thickness of the smoothie and, if necessary, add more water (and press to mix). Pour the smoothie into glasses or jars, top with some blackberries and mint leaves, and serve.
Nutritional information:

Calories: 141.82 Total Fat: 1.24 g Saturated Fat: 0.1 g Sodium: 20.69 mg Carbohydrates: 33.42 g Fiber: 7.43 g Sugar: 24.75 g Protein: 4.53 g

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