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Raw vegan smoothie


I told you about chlorella a few days ago. One of the superfoods of these days, chlorella does not taste very good. To change the taste put in the juice something that you really like. I love pineapple. So my smoothie will have pineapple and also kiwi. They say not to mix fruits with vegetables, but I mix them sometimes in my smoothies. I am not so in love with only vegetable juices or smoothies.


  • 2 kiwis
  • 1 banana
  • Β½ cup pineapple
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 hand parsley
  • 1 lemon without peel
  • Β½ teaspoon chlorella
  • 1 small cucumber


Put everything in the blender. Mix it well and drink it during the day. Full of vitamins and minerals. Taste is not very good because of chlorella but I love the energy boost. Enjoy!



90 thoughts on “Raw vegan smoothie

  1. Although I knew chlorella is good, I was not brave to try. Now I feel like trying. Haha~
    Thank you for posting.

  2. Don’t mix fruits with vegetables? Many of the things we eat as vegetables are, in fact, fruits. Tomatoes, peppers, squash, all are, botanically speaking, fruits! Your smoothie sounds delicious!

  3. Pineapple is an amazing taste-masker! I put it in smoothies with spinach and kale. Otherwise, I don’t think I could get the stuff down the hatch – I’m not Popeye.

  4. I think you almost have to mix fruits with vegetables to give it some sweetness, and a lot of green juices do use fruits like mango, apple or pineapple, so I think it’s fine. Will have to try this!

  5. Why not mix fruits & veggies? What would be the reasoning? I often do kale pineapple with a bit of mango or pear or red grapes to add sweetness. And a tiny bit of banana for creaminess.
    I did not see any liquid for your smoothie – not too thick? I put a cup of cashew milk in mine.

  6. I have a smoothie every day, when you make but I use kale beets strawberries blueberries and coconut milk along with Ginger and a plant-based protein powder. I must confess I read all of your post to see your beautiful photography

  7. Almost freaked – though you were advocating a dose of cholera there! πŸ™‚
    Thanks for dropping a Like on my food related post, although I strongly suspect you didn’t read it as you did so. I’m not sure cheese and crisp sandwiches are anyone’s idea of gourmet food – with or without limits on your cooking. πŸ˜‰ Of course, I could be wrong – it’s happened before.
    Kindness – Robert.

      1. Strangely enough, being funny has gotten me into trouble with my assignments at uni. I keep writing tragic pieces where everyone dies, but I can’t stop my comedic voice emerging. Making my tutor crazy! πŸ™‚
        You studying or working?
        Hope you’re having a great day too.
        Kindness – Robert.

  8. This is awesome! I have been trying to find ways to incorporate parsley into my smoothies and to stop using yogurt. Thank you for the recipe, I’m excited to try it this weekend!

  9. this looks amazing! I havent tried chlorella, will definitely have to try it!! thanks for sharing πŸ™‚ xx

  10. Hey there! I’m a smoothie fanatic and also part time work in a juice/smoothie bar so I know my stuff. I tried this smoothie at work today and it was amazing. However we didn’t have any chlorella so I used spirulina instead, taste amazing still. Thank you and love your blog!

  11. 100% want to try this smoothie, chlorella has some amazing health benefits! but I’m so nervous to try it it looks so green and green tasting lol! but hey, here’s to good health right!! Xx

  12. i’ve just made a smoothie this morning(drinking it while writing this) but ill have to definitely make this one soon. also thank you for stopping by and like my post ‘my ma’s chakri’.

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