Powdered Greens

Makes 20 smoothies Prep Time 4 minutes   Cook Time 6 hours   Rated:

I am tired of reading about powdered greens…Healthy people eat un powdered greens right?? But then, there is always the possibility that to munch down an entire bag of spinach in a breakfast smoothie is just a little unreasonable…

SO. In the spirit of ease and because they had great bunches of kale at my local green grocer this week, I did it. This is not a recipe so much as a suggestion and may or may not join Malt powder, Umami, and Chicken Stock powder in your pantry. All I know is that 2 enormous bunches of Kale, the tops of a head of celery and a huge bunch of Italian parsley are now in one very small jar in my pantry! Efficient? Perhaps. With merit? I think so. Good for you? Better than purchased powdered greens. Has to be right? The taste is pungent and strong, so I suggest a small tsp added to a morning shake would do the trick…but you tell me. Great to use on a day when your intake of un-powdered greens is less than desirable…and fantastic to slip into the kids milkshake…{insert evil laugh}.

How would you use powdered greens??

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  • 2 Bunches curly kale, stalks and all
  • 1 bunch of celery, tops only
  • 1 Bunch italian parsley (large bunch)
  • Any other leafy greens you have in the fridge.



Wash them all the ingredients and lay on two oven trays lined with baking paper.


Dehydrate in cool oven, around 90-100ºC…it may take several hours, but don’t be discouraged. Keep going…and going…and going until you can see they are crispy but not burnt.


When they are fully dry, place into Thermomix bowl, handful at a time and blitz, adding more after each amount has been reduced down.


Finally when all of it is in there, blend for 1 min/speed 10.


Place into clean, dry jar and use randomly as desired or when feeling in need of a nutritional boost.


The lower the temperature on your oven when dehydrating the more nutrients you will retain. If you have a dehydrator, use it.

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