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As you probably already know from my previous posts and from the Breakfast Criminals eBook, I’m a green smoothie devotee and a HUGE fan of kale. If I were Beyonce, kale would be my Jay-Z. I don’t go a day without it – whether it’s in my breakfast smoothie, lunch salad, or afternoon kale chips snack.

[Ahem! Of course, we have to add here -- we too are massive KALE ADDICTS, as you can tell from the ingredients in pretty much ALL of our Green Blends... #KaleForLife]

Not only it is an incredible source of calcium, protein, omega-3, and fiber, but it also has the most fun texture (you have to massage it – what an intimate concept!). It also, from my experience, keeps longer than, say spinach, arugula or spring mix. Want to extend the life of your kale? Wash it, massage it, freeze it in a ziplock. Then blend it in smoothies as you normally would.

Kale, Fig & Blueberry Oasis Smoothie


  • 2 handfuls kale (I used frozen kale)

  • 1/2 cup figs 

  • 1/2 cup frozen blueberries 

  • 1 frozen banana 

  • 1.5 cup coconut or almond milk (I didn’t have either one, so took 1 tbs Dastony raw coconut butter and blended it with water to create coconut milk)

  • 1 tbs hemp seeds 

  • 1 tbs tahini 

  • 1 tsp cinnamon 

  • Optional: 1 scoop Sprout Living Vanilla Lucuma plant based protein

Topped with fig, tahini and Emmy’s Organics raw cashew blueberry buckwheat cereal.



Ksenia Avdulova

Ksenia is a writer, traveler, Strala yoga guide and author of the Breakfast Criminals ebook who believes that starting your day with a nourishing meal prepared with love makes you a happier person. By day, she’s a digital marketing strategist and co-founder of grassroots ethical shopping movement #FairTuesday. Join Ksenia for yoga and superfoods retreats in blissful places around the globe, and get your own heart bowl, daily reminder to give yourself love first.

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Written by Guest Blogger — February 05, 2015

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