Don’t knock it till you try it! This Tastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale Smoothie is truly magical. Smooth, creamy and delicious – you’ll be making this smoothie all year long!

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I know what you’re thinking, “Kale that tastes like ice cream? Come on, is there any way that can be true?” I didn’t believe it myself until the oh-so-fabulous Aussie blogger, The Blender Girl (aka Tess Masters), came over to my house to make her insanely cool, creamy and delicious kale-based smoothie recipe which none of us could stop drinking. This smoothie is from her cookbook The Blender Girl, and is the most popular recipe in that book for good reason!

So, why worry about adding kale to your smoothies? Good question! And I’d love to be the one to answer that for you. Kale is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet! It’s loaded with tons of vitamins like Vitamins A, K and C, and it’s packed with antioxidants that are overall good for boosting your immunity. It’s no wonder why I use it in tons of recipes like this Kale Avocado Salad or Vanilla Kale Spirulina Smoothie or even in these Pizza Quesadillas!

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Back to this kale smoothie! How is it so delicious? Ingredients like the bananas and dates add a touch of sweetness. The cashews make it super creamy, but the true star is one of the most simple ingredients of all time… ICE! Adding ice to this smoothie is what gives it that ice cream like quality that both kids and adults alike will go crazy for! 

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I can’t say enough good things about this Tastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale Smoothie or its creator, The Blender Girl aka Tess Masters. I hope you’ll give it a try and become as obsessed with it as me and my family have been for years!

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Tastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale Smoothie

This Tastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale Smoothie is full of good for you ingredients and oh so delicious!
4.50 from 2 votes
Servings: 2
Author: Catherine McCord
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 10 minutes

Equipment

  • blender

Ingredients  

  • 1/2 cup milk of choice
  • 1/2 teaspoon probiotic powder, optional
  • 1/2 cup raw, unsalted cashews, soaked
  • 1 cup torn-up curly green kale leaves
  • 2 ripe bananas, fresh or frozen
  • 1/4 cup chopped pitted dates, soaked OR 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon alcohol-free vanilla extract
  • 2 cups ice cubes (a little less if using frozen bananas)
  • 1/2 teaspoon minced ginger, optional

Instructions 

  • Put all of the ingredients into your blender in the order listed and puree for about a minute, until smooth and creamy. Tweak flavors to taste (you may like a bit more kale, sweetener, or ginger.)
  • Note: with a conventional blender, you’ll get the smoothest consistency if you use maple syrup or chop the dates finely.

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About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. 5 stars
    I made this one day, hopelessly searching the site for a good breakfast. I had to change a few ingredients, the cashews I replaced with almonds, the vanilla extract with vanilla powder(sweetened), I chose maple syrup over dates, and didn’t add the probiotic powder or ginger. Still, it was delicious, and I’ll definitely be using this recipe again, maybe when I have more of the original ingredients!

  2. This recipe sounds amazing and I’d make it for my kale hating friend and see if he notices kale is one of the ingredients! Currently my favorite blender recipe is hummus.

  3. As I’m watching this, my 6 yr old is preparing her smoothie of avocado, plain yogurt, green grapes, apple, honey and milk. We had to make another batch because we both slurped it up so fast from the blender!

  4. Smoothies are the best. One of the only ways to get veggies into my son. He’s such a picky eater.

  5. Can’t wait to make this
    I always use banana some sort of but butter, acai, protein powder and hemp milk

  6. I LOVE the Deliciously Holistic Raw Carrot Pecan Milk Tess!! What a great alternative to a nut milk. I have been making my own nut milks for over a year now (won’t’ ever go back to buying them :p) and have tried a few different fun alternatives, but this is by far the most fun and yummy!! Thanks you for “EXPANDING” my cooking brain to this new and delicious recipe! Yay!! <3

  7. My kids loved this smoothie! I’m so glad you posted this receive. I was looking for something new as a treat for the kids. This is going on the fridge for the summer! Yum.

  8. I want this book! I love all smoothies in my blender, and I love to add all kinds of healthy green things that my kids dont suspect!

  9. Power smoothie – some spinach, banana, mango/strawberries and some greek yogurt and almond milk

  10. Our favorite blender recipe is milk or milk alternative, pear, apple, spinach and blueberry. My toddler loves it! Thanks 🙂

  11. I use my blender for soups more than anything. (Roasted tomato and red bell pepper is my favorite!) That’s why I need this book!

  12. My favorite blender recipe is a pesto I make modified with spinach and low fat low sodium chicken broth to replace some of the oil

  13. My favorite blender recipe in Vitamix is any creamy hot soup. The best so far is roasted red peppers and onions, chicken stock, cream, seasonings.

  14. i love dr oz’s breakfast smoothie!

    2 tbsp rice protein powder

    2 tbsp ground flaxseeds

    1/2 cup frozen berries

    1/2 banana

    1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

  15. my favorite blender recipe is super simple, frozen bananas, frozen strawberries, greek yogurt for a super quick “ice cream”.

  16. Smoothies- green and fruit-based (berry, cantaloupe) are huge in our house. That’s probably the biggest reason our blender is used as much as it is!!! Great way to get the fruits and veggies (esp. greens) in!!! And, even more so in the summers…cannot wait for warmer weather to enjoy even more variety in blended drinks and smoothies…

  17. My kids love a smoothie with frozen blueberries, spinach, protein powder and plain yogurt. We’ve even made the recipe into Popsicles. Sure kids, have a Popsicle for breakfast;)

  18. I’m a come as you are kind of mom when it cones to smoothies & juices. We mix what we’ve got in the fridge. Some great combos have included avocados, collards, apple, carrots & melon.

  19. I love making just basic smoothies in the blender…a frozen banana, peanut butter, milk/kefir/yogurt, maybe some berries or other additions but I actually really like the basic peanut butter banana smoothie!

  20. Well my favorite used to be kale, coconut milk, hemp seeds, peanut butter and frozen banana but now it’s this amazing kale smoothie! My kids sucked it down and asked for more 🙂

  21. My favorite right now is PB & J smoothie
    2 cups milk ( I use almond)
    2 cups organic frozen strawberries
    1/3 cup unsalted peanut butter
    1 cup old fashioned oats
    1/2 tsp salt
    agave to taste

  22. I love a good smoothie! My favorite right now is banana, papaya, chia seeds and, vanilla almond milk! So good!

  23. I love getting my toddler to drink her greens with inspiration from some of your Weelicious recipes.

  24. I have been making smoothies for my boys since my oldest was 1 year old. We love to mix and match a bunch of fruits and veggies into the blender. Mostly what we have in the fridge is what goes in the blender. It’s fun to see their excitement of veggies this way (it’s pretty much the only way they get excited about veggies).

  25. Almond milk, frozen banana, splash of vanilla flavoring and some cinnamon. it tastes just like rice pudding

  26. My family loves our Dragon Juice – spinach, frozen mango, banana, ice, and milk (we usually use coconut or almond).

  27. chocolate pudding… (more of a mousse consistency)
    2 avocados
    6-8 dates
    1/2 cup non dairy milk of choice (I like almond)
    2 heaping tablespoons cocoa powder
    delicious over fresh berries

  28. Love the Key Lime smoothie in that other book (can I even say that??) the one with Superfood in the title 😉 I make it at least twice a week… will try this, though, with kale. Thanks!

  29. I love my Vitamix and drink a green smoothie almost everyday. My favorite is mango, pineapple, orange, spinach or kale, and banana, So tropical and yummy!

  30. This smoothie sounds so good!!! We use avocado and frozen berries and banana & maple syrup for a treat. Sooo good. If you add milk, it’s a smoothie. 😀

  31. 2 Cups Spinach
    2 Cups Almond Milk
    3 Ripe Pears
    A Pinch of Cinnamon
    Toasted Almonds to Top

  32. We like to make banana “ice cream” by pureeing frozen bananas in the blender. That’s it. Creamy and delicious!

  33. Almond milk, maca root powder, froz strawberry, half froz bana, flax oil, chia seeds, tsp almond butter

  34. my favorite green smoothie recipe is:

    1/2 cup greek yogurt
    1/2 cup almond milk
    2 tbsp peanutbutter
    1 banana
    and fill the rest with spinach

    my daughter LOVES this and asks for it all the time

  35. Toss one cup almond milk, a tablespoon of almond butter, one frozen banana, a heaping spoonful of cinnamon, and a dash of nutmeg in the blender and blend. Voila! Tastes like Cinnamon Toast Crunch! 🙂

  36. Hi, how do I do the freeze dried kale?! Something I can make or look & the health food store? Super excited to try this;) thanks!

  37. Favorite blender recipe: Fruit Smoothie (bananas, strawberries and red grapes) from the VitaMix cookbook. Oh, and also Whole Fruit Margaritas.

  38. I can’t get my boys to drink smoothies because they get “nervous” about the green color. I’ve tried calling them “Yoda smoothies” and “Hulk juice,” but still no luck. I can’t wait to try this recipe and tell them it is pistachio ice cream. Crossing my fingers–wish me luck!

  39. In my favorite smoothie I use acai purée, blueberries, banana, mango, strawberries, kale, manuka honey, and probiotics.

  40. Just gave my 9 month old an adaptation of one of my favorite green smoothies…banana, spinach & whole milk plain yogurt. I’m always partial to add a bit of peanut butter to it but she’s a little too young for that. Yum!!

  41. hmmm spinach, bananas, berries, yogurt, and almond milk. I might throw some mango in too if we have it.

  42. I have been dreaming of owning a Vitamix as our blender can barely get the job done (and ice cubes are impossible) but every morning I make spinach, green tea, cucumber, lemon and ginger. It’s not sweet but it wakes me up!

  43. My favorite blender recipe is so easy and filling for times when I’m dieting. I use an orange, ice cubs, water, stevia, and vanilla extract. It tastes like dessert and is yummy.

  44. My kids would say Greek yogurt, frozen bananas and berries, spinach, veggie protein powder and oj. I say frozen bananas, Greek yogurt, almond butter, raw cocoa and coconut milk. Yum!

  45. Our favorite smoothie in the house is avocado smoothie made with fresh avocados, whole milk, vanilla extract and sweetened with honey!

  46. Banana, orange juice, yogurt, strawberries, blueberries – so fresh and good. Would love this book, I need to expand and include greens!! Thanks 🙂

  47. Would love this new recipe book! I like to make a spicy tomato sauce for enchiladas in my blender.

  48. My favorite blender recipe is one banana, 3 oranges, 1/2 cup cashews, 2 cups water and 1/2-1tsp vanilla extract, 1 tsp probiotic powder.

  49. Spinach & berry smoothie every morning! Thanks for the giveaway. Can’t wait to try this new recipe.

  50. Frozen cherries with water from a young coconut and the scrapped out flesh – simple but so yummy – sometimes I’ll throw in a handful of spinach

  51. One of the things I’ve been making in the blender lately is cottage cheese pancakes (puréed in yhe blender and cooked on a griddle). My kids love them!

  52. My kids love kale “shakes” (which are really just smoothies renamed!) and puffy pancakes mixed in the blender then baked.

  53. I like berry smoothies, as well as the ones made with avocado and mango. I also like making seed butter.

  54. Green berry! Spinach, frozen mixed berries, banana, natural PB, almond milk, Greek yogurt, ice….yummmmm!

  55. Forgot my face smoothie!…frozen banana, almond milk, but butter, cinnamon and a pinch of nutmeg. Yummy.

  56. My favorite blender recipe is the anti-inflammatory smoothie from food babe. It has water, greens, celery, ginger, berries, hemp protein powder. I’m going off memory so that might not be all! Thanks for the chance to win the book, I would love to have it. 🙂

  57. Not healthy but worth the treat once a year or so lol

    Chocolate & peanut butter milkshake!! Been my favorite since I was a wee lass!

  58. My 3 year old and I love chocolate protien powder, natural peanut butter, coconut milk and almonds mixed in vitamix! tastes like a chocolate peanut butter milk shake-uh-yum!!!

  59. I make salsa in my blender. One small onion cut in quarters, two jalapeños (remove seeds to reduce heat), two yellow chili peppers (remove seeds to reduce heat), one 28oz can organic whole tomatoes, a handful of cilantro, juice from half a lime, salt and garlic salt to taste.

  60. Lately, our favorite blender recipe is making ice cream with our new Vitamix. Just frozen bananas and frozen peaches. Yummy!

  61. My 2.5 year old’s favorite smoothie (we have it 4 days a week!)- 1 banana, 1 apple, 1.5 cups berries, 2 cups of kale or spinach, 2 cups of OJ. That concoction makes enough for mommy, daddy and toddler to enjoy for breakfast! Cut everything up the night before and put it all in the blender. In the morning, daddy adds the OJ and blends! I’m looking for more smoothies/ways to add more greens to her diet, and would LOVE a copy of that book!

  62. Do Margaritas Count?! Ok fine, we love to make anything in the blender that tastes like a milkshake – yum!

  63. My 5 year old pretty much has at least 1-2 smoothies a day! Some plain yogurt, mixed berries, handful of baby spinach, flax seed oil, and a cherry on top (actually it sinks to the bottom).

  64. My New fave , as of today is watercress, watermelon,frozen mango chunks,tsp raw honey, frozen banana, hemp seeds and ground flax with a cup of water! It actually turned out really good

  65. I love pineapple, strawberries, an orange with raw honey, greek yogurt and some coconut water and ice!

  66. Fave blender recipe:

    Greek yogurt
    Almond milk
    Cranberry juice
    Fresh/mixed berries (whatever I have!)
    Whey protein
    Flax seed

  67. green smoothie with spinach, avocado, banana, pineapple, chia seeds, and almond milk.

    this one sounds amazing!

  68. Fave Blender recipe? Kefir, plain yogurt, frozen organic cherries, frozen organic pineapple, gelatin powder (for protein), greens powder, chia, flax, and a little juice or milk just what is needed to make it blend.

  69. We may a variation of your green smoothie with canned pineapple, banana, kale and coconut water.

  70. I clearly don’t use my blender enough – there are some fabulous recipes shared on here. we enjoy the occasional fruit smoothie for my littles. They love strawberry banana with a veg or two snuck in 😉 I don’t typically measure, just throw it together.

  71. Favorite Blender Recipe:

    Kale or spinach
    almond or cocunut milk
    Frozen strawberries
    avacado
    Lime juice

    Yum!

  72. I like to make watermelon gazpacho, it’s not a blender smoothie but I do use the blender to whip up the watermelon, onion, jalapeno, apple juice, and some basil. You can mix it up however you want. Super refreshing in the summer.

  73. I like making my own V8 juice in my blender. Tomatoes, beets, celery, spinach, red pepper and sometimes a little lemon or jalepeno.

  74. My favorite is pumpkin or kombucha squash with yogurt or kefir, a frozen banana, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, vanilla and local, raw honey., and almond milk if needed. Delicious!

  75. Thanks for sharing. I love blending a handful of spinach, 1 cup pineapple, 1/2 banana, small halo/cutie orange and 1 cup coconut milk.

  76. My favorite smoothie is the following (you will not BELIEVE the taste)!
    1/2 cup chopped celery
    1/2 cup fresh Italian leaf parsley
    1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk (i use light coco milk from can)
    1/2 cup plain coconut water
    Blend the above FIRST. Then add:
    1 cup frozen mango chunks
    1 small persian cucumber, peeled and cut into about 4 chunks
    1 inch peeled fresh ginger
    1 Tbsp. chia seeds
    juice from 1/2 lemon

    It is the BEST smoothie ever. Enjoy!

  77. Our super green start to everyday:
    2 fist full of kale (1+ cup)
    Stalk celery
    2 frozen cubes of wheat grass
    1 apple or pear
    3/4″ fresh ginger piece
    8 oz coconut water
    Optional: 1/2 packet unflavored gelatin
    Blend all in VitaMix

  78. I have a smoothie every day – just to get my veggies and fruits into my system. My favorite is spinach, banana, pineapple, mango, 1 cup orange juice and 1 cup water.
    Thanks for a chance to win this awesome book!

  79. I love making a smoothie with spinach, banana, strawberry and chocolate almond milk. Thanks for the chance to win!

  80. We like pomegranate smoothies with 1 cup pomegranate juice, 1 cup frozen strawberries, 1/2 banana, 1-6 oz. container Greek strawberry yogurt, 1T. Ground flax seed, 1T. honey and 4 ice cubes.. My kids love it!

  81. My favorite smoothie is oranges, chia seeds, pineapple, peaches, mango and kale or spinach. Sometimes I put in a little greek yogurt or protein powder, but not always. The yellow fruits with the greens makes it such a beautiful color and I feel so well nourished after drinking it.

  82. My staple blender recipe is Kefir or yogurt, spinach and strawberries. Sometimes I even add an orange. Yummy breakfast to go.

  83. Spinach, romain, parsley, celery, granny smith apple, banana, pineapples, lemon juice, flax meal or chia seeds.

  84. i make a smoothie for my son every morning! lately, i’ve been making a banana, strawberry, vanilla yogurt, almond milk, peanut butter version!

  85. Frozen banana, frozen blueberries whole milk vanilla yogurt, spinach, water, and a little hemp protein powder.

  86. We make smoothies the most – apple/carrot/beet juice, banana, spinach, strawberries, blueberries, chia seeds, ice.

  87. I love tart smoothies so I usually throw a cup of yogurt, banana, spinach, frozen berries or cherries and OJ together and blend. Yum! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  88. My favorite is: 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk, 1/2 cup frozen blueberries, a banana, and a big handful of spinach. It tastes like dessert!!!

  89. My go to is strawberry and banana with either almond milk or juice … which is why I need this book to help expand our menu!

  90. Green juice – kale, apple, lemon, ginger and a bit of water. Just got a new vitamix and would love this book!

  91. Our fav is mango, strawberry, yogurt, and milk! We top it with your Weelicious magic chocolate sauce. Yum!

  92. Green smoothie: pear, half a lemon, three large kale leaves, 3/4c H2O, 3/4 c ice, 1/2 Tbsp chia, big handful spinach, honey to taste. Works good with a inch slice of pineapple too!

    Would love some new blender recipes….

  93. I made a green smoothie recently that was so yummy and tropical tasting!
    Almond milk, a little orange juice, couple tsp. coconut oil, banana, frozen pineapple, lots of spinach, 10 raw almonds.

  94. My favorite blender recipe is the regular green monster smoothie with spinach, bananas, pineapple and frozen fruit. I’m sure this cookbook has some great combinations! Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

  95. Fruit, greens and yogurt smoothies – no set amount or ingredients, we use whatever we have on hand!

  96. My kids and I love green smoothies made with spinach, strawberries, pineapple, banana, coconut milk and peach-orange juice. How can you go wrong with that combo?!

  97. i love frozen bananas with dark choc almond milk and fresh all natural peanut butter. so so so good!!

  98. Need some inspiration and would love this cookbook. My fav recipe is frozen banana, fresh mango, kale, flaxseed & almond milk.

  99. Our latest go to smoothie recipe is a few cups of spinach, 2 cups coconut water, 1 banana, 1 orange and 1 cup frozen strawberries, Yum!!!

    Love the vitamix!!!

    Quick question about the recipe, says cashews soaked. How long do you recommend soaking for this recipe?

  100. The guys in my family (young and old) would not touch a smoothie, no matter what is in it. According to them, only water belongs in a cup (yes, no milk or juice either….). So I end up using the blender mostly for soups.
    I cook chicken with lots of carrots, parsnips, onions, celery, zucchini or whatever else I might have and feels right and then blend all veggies with the broth and some spice (e.g. ginger). I serve it with croutons. Yum!

  101. Almond milk, peanut butter, banana, ice & Juice Plus complete chocolate powder! YUM.

  102. I like recipes but usually use what I have in the fridge or freezer. Love green smoothies, but don’t always have green produce, so I make a apple, banana, pineapple and orange drink. It is so good and frothy!!

  103. I have to have this book!! My favorite smoothie is banana, nut butter, dates, almond milk, avocado and raw cacao powder.. Mmm Hmm!!

  104. Almond milk, almonds, frozen spinach, leeche, and pineapple.
    I’m excited to try ‘taste like ice cream kale smoothy’ with my little girl

  105. Your Green Monster Smoothie from Weelicious changed the way my toddler eats! It’s our favorite!

  106. I throw a couple frozen bananas, any other frozen fruit, like mangoes or berries, and a small handful of greens like kale or spinach into my Vitamix and it comes out the consistency of ice cream! Thick and creamy. My 2 1/2 year old thinks it’s ice cream and loves it!

  107. Smoothie Ice Cream – Favorite smoothie (banana, milk, strawberries, blueberries) and blend up. Then put into freezer pop molds (I use the tube ones) and freeze. Voila! The kid who doesn’t like smoothies asks for smoothie ice cream!

  108. My two kids and I try to have green smoothies every day. We are always experimenting. Our favorite is spinach with bananas, pineapple and mango. The Blender Girl’s recipe could become a new favorite if it takes like ice cream!! Excited to try it in the next couple of days. 🙂

  109. Love spinach or kale, carrot, whatever fruit in the fridge and some raw nuts. Ice and cold water. Yummy.

  110. Smoothies of course! And I mean any smoothie. I don’t have a recipe to share. I just throw in whatever I have lying around! I always try to include some Greek yogurts and flax seed. The kids don’t even notice the flax seed!

  111. I like Dr. Oz’s recipe for a healthy smoothie. 1 cup almond milk, 1/2 berries,, 1/2 of a banana, 2 T rice protein, 2 T flax seeds and I add to it 1/2 cup greek yogurt.

  112. Our favorite blender recipe is super simple: 3-4 cups dark chocolate almond milk, 3-4 frozen bananas, 2 hands full of frozen kale, 2-3 T of peanut butter. It tastes like a chocolate shake and disappears in minutes.

  113. My blender stopped working last summer (which is when I used it most, due to all the fresh fruits available). I’d love to get a new one. Most often I made ones with bananas, almond milk, and peanut butter. Sometimes I would add fresh kale, but my blender never truly handled the blending of kale well.

  114. currently loving some superfood smoothies (goji berries, chia seeds, almond milk, banana) from the blender!

  115. My 2/12 year old twins love making our usual breakfast smoothie. . .
    A handful of blueberries, a handful of strawberries, 1/2 banana, some frozen kale or spinach and some unsweetened vanilla hemp milk. Sometimes we throw in a kiwi for some extra vitamin C. I can’t wait to try this kale “ice cream” recipe! Looks delish!

  116. Power Pancakes
    1 cup liquid egg whites
    1 cup fat-free cottage cheese
    1 cup old-fashioned oats
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

  117. one of my favorite smoothies is a green one with pineaapple, green grapes, a little apple juice, kale, and spinach. it is delish!!

  118. My favourite blender recipe is a simple strawberry smoothie. I also love that I can make an awesome hot sauce for my husband in a blender.

  119. We’re smoothie fans in our house. Bananas, kale, strawberries, apples, almond milk, etc. the possibilities are endless.

  120. Tropical Green smoothie (coconut water + greens + frozen banana + frozen mango + frozen pineapple). Sweet, creamy, delicious and a gorgeous color. Would LOVE to own Kate’s book. Thank you!

  121. Our favorite is Handful of Spinach, 1 apple, 1 carrot, 1 cup yogurt, 1/2 cup coconut/almond milk, 6 ice cubes, and sometimes an avocado as well. Blend, yummy!

  122. My blender motor burnt up. Need to get a new one… this would be the perfect justification!!

  123. Although I use my blender to make lot of coconut based sauces to go with the veggies I love to make smoothies in it but usually they are lumpy. so just now bought a NutriBullet.

  124. Definitely green smoothie or weelicious breakfast ice cream (frozen banana with greek yogurt and cinnamon).

  125. Oh man, that’s hard to answer but I usually gravitate back to an almond milk, nut butter, berries, kale, kefir smoothie! =) Yummo!

  126. Tess is a genius with the blender isn’t she?! I love her recipes. They are sort of brilliant, actually. So good, while managing to also be vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free. A big congratulations to Tess on her new book!

  127. Ive never had a good blender to make “smoothies” so we have “lumpies” 😉 we experiment a lot, but enjoy almond milk, carrots, blueberries, banana, and pineapple

  128. My favorite is a pineapple smoothie. Pineapple, yogurt, and milk, I also add in some honey and any other berries I happen to have on hand.

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