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Coconut Mango and Lime Kale Green Smoothie

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COCONUT MANGO KALE GREEN SMOOTHIE RECIPE

This coconut mango lime green smoothie is a delicious way to get some extra kale in your diet (which we ALL need).

Of course, if you prefer other greens or just have them lying around #UseWhatYouGot then feel free to exchange for the kale.

If you’re out of coconut milk (or just prefer a different milk substitute), that could certainly be switched up as well.

The mango, lime, banana and kale (known for making chewy smoothies worldwide) are smoothly combined with a good power blender – making for a sweet and tangy green smoothie that even kids will love!

Let us know what you think down below in the comments by rating this recipe and be sure to join our blending-loving  for more great green smoothie recipes.

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Coconut Mango and Lime Kale Green Smoothie

3.17 from 6 votes
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Course: Smoothie
32 oz/4 cups
Calories: 474kcal
Author: Blender Babes

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces of unsweetened coconut milk or your favorite milk substitute
  • 1 mango peeled and pitted
  • 1/2 lime peeled
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 cup pineapple
  • 3 cups kale
  • 3 to 5 drops of Stevia or other sweetener
  • 1 cup ice if using fresh banana

Instructions

  • Place all of your ingredients into your blender jar in the order listed.
  • For Vitamix: Start on Speed/Variable 1 and ramp up to Speed 10, blending for 45 seconds on HIGH.
  • For Blendtec: Run the SMOOTHIE cycle.
  • Pour into glasses and enjoy immediately!
  • This will make four 8 ounce servings, 2 16 ounces servings, or one big 32 ounce serving that would be great as a meal replacement.
  • All done! Enjoy!! Now take a photo, rate it, and share your accomplishments! 🙂 Tag @BlenderBabes & #BlenderBabes

Notes

*You may want to reduce this to only 1/4 of a lime if it's too strong of a flavor for you. Try making the green smoothie, then adding lime to taste.
Nutritional analysis is based on using the unsweetened coconut milk , a medium sized mango and 1/2 of a lime.

Nutrition

Serving: 16g | Calories: 474kcal | Carbohydrates: 60.3g | Protein: 7.1g | Fat: 27.4g | Saturated Fat: 24g | Sodium: 66mg | Fiber: 9.4g | Sugar: 34.4g

KALE HEALTH BENEFITS & FUN FACTS 

New research suggests that kale providescomprehensive detoxification support for your body if you’re trying to detox.

Glucosinolates abundant in kale make isothiocyanates that play a huge role in reducing free radicals in the body and fighting at least five different kinds of cancer.

Beyond that, isothiocyanates regulate detox on a genetic and cellular level.

If you’re trying to cleanse or detoxify your body, this smoothie will be a great addition to your diet!

Coconut Mango Lime Green Smoothie with Kale by @BlenderBabes

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Wendy Weckerly
Wendy Weckerly
Wendy loves the RAW way of eating. Being conscious of healthy eating, keeps her strong while running and strength training. The kitchen is her favorite place, where she's always blending up something new! You can find more RAW recipes and learn more about Wendy on her blog EffieGirl

9 thoughts on “Coconut Mango and Lime Kale Green Smoothie”

  1. The recipes in the 21 day challenge are great but the amounts and shopping lists could use some editing. This recipe states it will produce 16oz at the top. But at the bottom, the recipe states 32oz.

    1. Thanks Marissa! We had to adjust a few recipes to make them make more smoothie! Thank you for catching this error. 🙂 HAPPY BLENDING!

  2. 3 stars
    These smoothies taste good, but when I plug them into my fitness pal I always get an alert that the sugar contact is too high. Did blender babes consider the sugar when compiling these smoothies?

    1. Hi Andi,
      It’s likely that the sugar content is considered too high by an algorithm, but since the sugar is all derived of natural, fiber-filled sources, they’re perfectly fine, unless you’re diabetic or have a sensitivity to sugar. We don’t usually add refined sugar to our recipes and prefer stevia, but if they’re from fruits, we pile ’em on! Carb up! 🙂

  3. 2 stars
    This recipe looks so good, but I think I did something wrong, mine was so bitter. I peeled the lime too so I’m not sure where the bitter came from :/ bummed

  4. 4 stars
    I enjoyed this as an avid green smoothie consumer. My 3 1/2 year old drank some but it was not his favorite. Best served very cold. I used homemade coconut milk

  5. 3 stars
    Good! I used the whole half lime. I used half coconut water, half almond milk. It was a little bland so I threw in a few pineapple chunks. 4 Stars after the pineapple chunks 🙂

    1. LOVE the idea of adding pineapple, will have to try Val, thanks for sharing! Seems like pineapple improves many green smoothies and juices 🙂

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