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Raspberry Pear Kale Smoothie

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Get ready to taste your new favourite smoothie go-to. With the goodness of not one, but two greens: spinach and kale, and the sweetness from two delicious fruits you will be able to see why this drink will compliment each other in every sip. We love the idea of being able to whip this up quickly in the morning before rushing out the door, giving you the nutrients you need while ticking off a couple servings of your much needed fruits and vegetables all before your first cup of coffee!

Serves 1
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Vegetarian


1 cup non-dairy mlik1 cup frozen raspberries2 leaves kale
1 ripe pear, sliced with core removed1 cup baby spinach½ teaspoon gluten-free pure vanilla extract


  1. Carefully cut your pear and remove the core, slicing up the rest of the pear.
  2. Using a blender of your choice, measure out all remaining ingredients and blend until desired, drinkable consistency is met. Tip: For an extra cold smoothie, toss in a few ice cubes
  3. Serve right away

Make It This Way

The choices of non-dairy milks are endless. Try it with coconut milk for an extra creamy texture or try almond, soy, or rice milks. Just be careful to make sure they are unflavoured and non-sweetened, as this could drastically change the taste of your smoothie and provide you with unneeded sugars.

If you’re having trouble with your spinach staying fresh, try using frozen spinach.

Try This

Enjoy this smoothie with a bar, handful of nuts or egg whites for part of a well-balanced breakfast. This smoothie is a great way to give someone a serving of vegetables without them even noticing – so if kids are having a hard time reaching their daily quota, why not try to do it with a smoothie!
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