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Smoothie Wednesday: Fall Market Smoothie

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Some of my favorite New York fall mornings are spent a short walk from my apartment at the Union Square Farmer’s Market. This weekend everything looked so delightful, so I gathered a beautiful pumpkin, a colorful bunch of flowers, some crispy apples, a few heirloom carrots, several bundles of kale, and a handful of fresh ginger for a smoothie. The earthy carrot and tangy ginger lend an unexpected kick to this smoothie that I’ve been enjoying on its own or paired with a salad.

Fall Farmer’s Market Delight

Serves 1

The addition of fresh ginger to this smoothie adds a delightfully tangy twist. If you are new to fresh ginger I would begin with 1/2″ piece and work your way up.

1 small McIntosh apple, peeled, cored, quartered
1 small carrot, trimmed, quartered
1 curly green kale leaf, stem removed
1/2″ – 1″ piece of fresh ginger, peeled, diced
1 banana, frozen
1 1/4 cup water

Learn more about the better-for-you ingredients in this recipe:

Kale is a nutritional superstar and full of skin-boosting ingredients like antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K that support a vibrant and youthful glow.

The fresh ginger in this smoothie contributes powerful detoxifying properties.


Place ingredients into a powerful blender until smooth and creamy. Thin with water or thicken with ice if desired. Enjoy!

Noelle Twiggs is the creator of GreenLemonade. Born from both the lessons of successes (detox 101: yes!) and failures (gym-rat diet: no!), the lifestyle website provides practical—and palatable—tips, tricks, and recipes to help everyone feel more happy, energetic, and well nourished.

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