Bloody Mary Kale Smoothie



Don’t say it… Kale Mary. Oops, I said it.

Welcome to my take on a bloody mary, no booze or unhealthy stuff included, and it still tastes great! It’s the only bloody mary that definitely won’t give you a hangover.

The first time I put garlic in a kale smoothie – the Joe Rogan recipe – I thought, “there have to be other ways garlic and kale could also taste good,” and that started me thinking of savory drinks. The bloody mary immediately came to mind, but then I quickly realized garlic wasn’t necessary. Welcome to my thought process!

I hope you enjoy this delicious and healthy, spicy tomato kale drink as much as I did!

Bloody Mary Kale Smoothie
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Serves: 1
This spicy tomato smoothie provides all the healthiest and tasties things about a bloody mary.
Ingredients
  • 1 pint grape tomatoes (or similar)
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 shakes celery salt
  • 1 tsp horseradish
  • 1 tsp soy sauce
  • a few shakes black pepper
  • 1 leaf kale
Instructions
  1. add all ingredients to blender
  2. blend
  3. adjust spices to taste
  4. pour and enjoy!

Transcript

Hey guys, today I’m gonna show you how to make a kale bloody mary.

This is an experiment, never done this before. I’m going off a few different recipes that I’ve looked at, and it seems like everybody wants to make their bloody mary a little bit different.

I’m not a big bloody mary-drinker, but I do like spicy tomato kinda stuff, so I’m gonna go for it and see what happens.

Alright let’s get started. We’ve got some grape tomatoes, which are a little sweeter in flavor than regular, y’know, like, heirloom tomatoes?

We’ve got some lacinato kale, a little soy sauce, black pepper, horseradish, celery salt, a lemon and some ice water.

So, I think the first thing we’re gonna do is throw in these tomaters.

Let’s squeeze this lemon juice in there, couple shakes of this celery salt, a teaspoon of horseradish, a teaspoon of soy sauce, and a couple shakes of black pepper.

Let’s blend that up and see what the heck this tastes like. I’m hoping that it tastes sort of like a V-8, at this point, but we’re about to find out.

[tastes it] Hey, that’s delicious! How did that get delicious on the first try?

Now we’re gonna put in the kale. [tastes it] Mmmmmm. I think it needs a little more horseradish. Needs to be a little spicier. A little celery salt…

[tastes it] Pretty damn good, you guys… I’m gonna put in a little ice to give it a little chill, and I hope it doesn’t water it down too much.

[tastes it] That’s some good stuff. Okay, let’s pour this into a glass, and enjoy drinking the only bloody mary that will get rid of your hangover from last night’s bloody mary.

Alright, kale bloody mary. Enjoy!

10 thoughts on “Bloody Mary Kale Smoothie

    • Who needs alcohol!

      Wow… I’m finding this hard to process… (Blender joke)

      Seriously – I really thing alcohol in small quantities is great on occasion.

      • Wade,

        I agree, I do enjoy some alcohol upon (many an) occasion. But that ain’t the point of this site – this site’s all about the GOOD habits! Thanks for writing, and thanks for the double entendre!

        -Paul

    • Hi Jens,

      I’m glad you liked the bloody mary kale smoothie! I created it out of curiosity whether I could make a savory kale smoothie taste good. I knew I could do sweet, but wasn’t sure about savory, and this was the result. Do you have any other suggestions for savory smoothie ideas?

      -Paul

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  2. Nathan on

    Hi. I used to love V8 spicy tomato juice so I have been trying my own with tabasco added. I have many tomatoes on the counter from the garden getting too ripe so I feel a mad scientist smoothie coming on. Thanks for the kale idea. I think I will add a few leaves of it and see how it goes. Just wanted to say thanks for the recipe page. I picked up a new single serving blender today and have been pooling ideas. Your site is great.

    • Hey Nathan,

      I used to love V8, too! Drank it a lot as a kid. Haven’t had it in a while, though!

      Thanks for the nice words and thanks for writing!

      -Paul

  3. Tammy on

    When I make a regular bloody mary I use Worcestershire Sauce instead of soy sauce. You might want to try that for a change of pace.

    We tailgate for football so I think making my own bloody mary mixture would be fun and adding kale would make me feel less guilty about it! LOL

    • Hey Tammy,

      That’s a great idea – as long you’re tailgaiting, there’s no room for feeling guilty! When you’re sharing your mix with your friends, you can make them feel better, too – emotionally and physically.

      Worcestershire sauce is always a good idea in a bloody mary, I agree. Thanks for writing!

      -Paul

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