Green Power Drink is a True Food Kitchen special, which can be prepared at a low cost and a minimal time. It is a delicious power drink from master chef, Micheal Stebner.He has this to say:
“I like this recipe because it is not frozen, and can be refrigerated for a day, so you can make several of them at once and drink later.”
After trying the original recipe, I (Clement Akomea) have slightly altered the ingredients.
- 1 1/2 cups almond milk
- 1 banana
- 3 large kale leaves, ribs remove
- 3-5 whole pitted dates
- Half cup coconut water
Blend on high until it is smooth.
- Nutrients per serving:
- Calories 243
- Fat 5.3g
- Saturated Fat 0.7g
- 17.7% calories from fat
- Protein 13.7g
- Carbohydrates 41.6g
- Cholesterol 1.2mg
- Fiber 8.4g
This recipe is a must drink for all the benefits.
Images of Ingredients:
Almond Milk: (for Green Power Drink)
The basic method of modern domestic almond milk production is to grind almonds in a blender with water, then strain out the almondpulp (flesh) with a strainer or cheesecloth. Almond milk can also be made by adding water to almond butter.
Banana: (for Green Power Drink)
Kale Leaves: (for Green Power Drink)
Kale is a popular vegetable, a member of the cabbage family (Brassica oleracea). It is related to cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens and brussels sprouts. There are many different types of kale. The leavescan be green or purple in color, and have either a smooth or curly shape.
Whole Pitted Dates: (for Green Power Drink)
Widely known to improve your digestive system, these Dates are also very low in fat and are great energy boosters! Snack on these mineral and vitamin rich Dates or try stuffing them with any of our Almonds or chopped Walnuts to add more flavor to your bite!
Coconut Water: (for Green Power Drink)
Coconut water is the clear liquid inside young green coconuts (fruits of the coconut palm). In early development, it serves as a suspension for the endosperm of the coconut during the nuclear phase of development. As growth continues, the endosperm matures into its cellular phase and deposits into the rind of the coconut meat