VIDEO – Blueberry Peanut Butter Kale Smoothie Recipe

Blueberry Peanut Butter Kale Smoothie
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Recipe type: Kale Smoothie
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Serves: 2
Here is a delightfully sweet and nutty kale smoothie recipe, that is incredibly good for you in every way.
  • 1 tbsp ginger
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • 2 bananas
  • ½ cup apple juice
  • ½ a cucumber
  • 1 handful of cilantro
  • 1 leaf fresh kale
  • ½ cup fresh blueberries
  • ½ cup frozen blueberries
  1. Peel the ginger using a spoon. Chop it and put it in the blender.
  2. Scoop 1 spoonfull of peanut butter into the blender.
  3. Peel 2 bananas and put them in the blender.
  4. Roughly chop ½ cucumber and put it in the blender.
  5. Tear off 1 handful of cilantro and put it in the blender.
  6. Pour ½ cup of apple juice into the blender.
  7. Blend ingredients.
  8. Put fresh and frozen blueberries into blender.
  9. De-stem kale, tear into chunks, and put in blender.
  10. Blend ingredients, pour a glass and enjoy!


Hello! Above is the second video I have made for Kale Smoothie Recipes dot com, and I’m happy to share it. Following is the transcript:

Hey! It’s Paul from comin’ atcha with another kale smoothie recipe.

Today’s recipe is Blueberry and Peanut Butter – and it’s quite delicious, if I do say so myself. Blueberry and Peanut Butter aren’t the only ingredients, but they are kind of the stand-out flavors.

I’m going to be using my patented, home-made, POV cam technology to show you exactly how I do everything from my point of view, and it’s going to be very exciting.

Let’s get started!

Welcome to my second Kale Smoothie Recipe instructional video. I’m going to show you how to make a different kind of kale smoothie.

Here are all the ingredients you will need, starting with:

  • some fresh kale (1 big leaf)
  • a couple of bananas
  • cilantro (1 handful)
  • cucumber (1 half)
  • some ginger (1 tbsp)
  • some fresh blueberries (half a cup)
  • some frozen blueberries (half a cup)
  • apple juice (half a cup)
  • and 1 dollop of peanut butter for protein (1 tbsp)

Okay, let’s get started. First thing that I’m gonna do is get the ginger started, break off a little piece of that. I’m going to use a spoon to get the skin off the ginger, because I learned in a cooking class that that’s the best way to do it, and I totally agree.
What you can’t get with a spoon, you can always take right off with the knife.

You wanna start with the things that really need to be pulverized, because they’re going to form the base of the smoothie. And if you put them in later, they won’t… pulverize as well (laughs).

Let’s throw our banana in there… Banana number 2… Since we’re using two bananas, we don’t need as much of everything else. Cucumber… Rip off a little cilantro, put that in there…

Apple juice… that’s about a half a cup. Let’s blend!

Okay – we’re gonna put some fresh blueberries in there, now… And some frozen blueberries – about that many.

Okay – now we can throw in some of this kale. Get that blended-up… Now we’ll throw in a dollop of peanut butter.

Alright, ready to enjoy! Pour it in a glass, and drink up! Cheers.

So hey: thanks for watching! I hope you enjoyed this video – and the smoothie recipe. If you’d like to share your thoughts, please feel free in the comments below.

Have a great day!

8 thoughts on “VIDEO – Blueberry Peanut Butter Kale Smoothie Recipe

  1. Eileen on

    First smoothie recipe I tried from this site…excellent. Can’t wait to try others. After all I have a lot of kale to use up…thanks…the peanut butter is a great addition!

    • Hi Eileen,

      I’m so glad you liked the first recipe you tried! I try hard to make sure each recipe really tastes good before I go public with it, so thank you, that means a lot.


  2. Jessica on

    Hey everyone! So I tried this smoothie for the first time today (actually a variation because I was missing 2 ingredients) and it came out pretty good. Instead of apple juice, I used pear nectar from Goya. I also did not have any cucumbers :-(.
    All in all, I can’t wait to try it in its original form.

    Happy Drinking!

    • Hi Jessica,

      You know what the great thing is about kale smoothies, is that different ingredients tend to sub out really well. But I am still curious what you think of the verbatim recipe, so please let me know when you do!


  3. Kathy on

    First recipe from your website and I love it! Used only frozen blueberries, didn’t have any cilantro but it was still delicious! Thanks a lot! Will try another one tomorrow as I have a lot of Kale in the fridge!

  4. Okay to substitute 1 cup fresh blueberries with this recipe?
    In other words, WHY do you recommend half cup fresh and half frozen?
    So the smoothie will be cold?
    If so, I prefer drinks room temp.
    Keep up the good work.

    • Hi Marshall,

      You are exactly right: I include frozen blueberries because I like my smoothies to be cold. I’m not sure exactly why; I think because it makes it more like a drink and less like a soup. Or something.

      Anyway, thanks for writing, always glad to hear people’s opinions on the recipes!


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