*Note: This is a DAIRY-FREE shake. I used egg whites as my protein source and they are safe to throw into your shake as long as they are pasteurized!
*You can use this protein and fiber packed smoothie as a meal replacement for breakfast, lunch, dinner or for snacking in between! Just make sure you fit it in according to what your diet calls for calorie-wise, and with the proper timing according to your diet. That is why I used more egg whites in my shake and added a little more of every ingredient! Here’s the amount of egg whites I included and what the servings came out to be:
1 Serving of Eggs = 25 Calories, 5 grams protein, 75 mg potassium
3 Servings = 75 Calories, 15 grams protein, 225 mg potassium
*Tip: Axe the kale for a superfood that is green like spinach, parsley, broccoli, celery, avocado, to name a few.
*Tip: If you want to add dairy to your shake, axe the egg whites for a healthy protein like greek yogurt, or kefir.
1/2-1 Cup Fresh Kale Greens (fiber, calcium, protein)
1/2-1 Cup Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries (vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, fat-burning nutrients)
1-2-1 Cup Pineapple (vitamins, minerals, fat-burning nutrients)
1/2-1 TBSP Organic Coconut Oil (healthy saturated fats) (optional)
1 TSP 100% Natural Fiber Powder (for added fiber) (optional)
1 TSP Chia Seed (for added omegas) (optional)
3 Servings Egg Whites (protein)
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