Peachy Super Kale Shake Recipe

Dr. Axe Healthy Recipes Dr. Axe

Get FREE eBook!

Free Cookbook PDF
($24 Value)

 

Healthy Desserts &
Gluten Free Meals

No comments yet - you should start the conversation!

  1. Heather says:

    Love Dr. Axe’s HEALTHY, easy recipes! Curious about using canned unsweetened peaches as they’re not in season. Our family only eats fresh pineapple so I’ll just pop some of that in the freezer! Love how you created a winning shake with Kale and the benefits & natural sweeteners such as peaches, pineapple, strawberries, and MEDJOOL DATES!! Namaste :-)

  2. Liz says:

    I don’t have any dates on hand. Would it taste on if I left them out?

  3. Janelle Hurt says:

    Sounds yummy…

  4. Kirk says:

    I’ve seen some articles stating you cook your kale, not use raw kale. What’s your opinion on that?

    Thanks

  5. Fred C says:

    While not quite as sweet as dates, I love organic prunes and will often substitute prunes for dates in recipes and they’re still pretty sweet. Prunes are rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamin K, potassium, manganese, vitamin A and a host of other nutrients. I know they get a bad rap as “old people’s laxative”, but I think they’re really great tasting and a very healthy choice.

  6. Robin says:

    What would the carb count be on this smoothie??? Thanks

  7. Diana D. says:

    How and where do I get filtered water? Is that like using a Brita filter in the Brita pitcher?

  8. Kathyann says:

    Dr.axe I truly love your shakes and smoothies. Can someone type 2 diabetes. Use raw honey or what’s a substitute thanks.

  9. Kelly S. says:

    A friend told me today that raw kale can be harmful for people with thyroid issues. I read on one site that that is a myth. What do you think?

  10. Paula Shick says:

    Hi Dr Axe,
    I over wintered some kale here in Pa and just enjoyed a delicious fresh spinach kale salad with smoked salmon and capers. Tomorrow I will try your peachy smoothy for breakfast. I am a lymie looking for healthy foods to add to my diet. I didnt even think I liked kale. Thanks for the recipe!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*