Monday, September 7, 2015

Peach Pie Smoothie

I have been a fan of healthy smoothies for quite a while now, but since discovering
Kura Protein Smoothie Powder I have been making them almost daily.

Peach Pie Smoothie Kura Smoothie Powder

I have never been a huge fan of protein powders, I find most of them to taste chalky or just
weird, so most of the time I make my smoothies with fruit, yogurt and greens.
Kura has changed my mind about protein powder!
Kura uses high quality protein straight from the farms of New Zealand.  Each serving
provides 14 grams of New Zealand grass-fed, GMO Free dairy protein.  Kura also contains
26 vitamins and minerals and 4 billion probiotics and has no artificial sweeteners, flavors
or colors.  There is no added sugar and best of all - it tastes great!

Kura Protein Smoothie Powder

Kura is available in three flavors - vanilla, chocolate and berry.  You can choose
single serve or 16.9 oz. packages.  So far I have tried vanilla and chocolate and
I love them both!

Peach Pie Smoothie Kura Protein Powder

Since my freezer contains plenty of frozen peaches I decided on a peach pie
smoothie for today.  It was a delicious decision!

Peach Pie Smoothie

I love that you can get by with just adding your choice of liquid,
and fruit with a scoop of Kura smoothie base, but I like to add a few
extras to make my smoothies even tastier!  I thought some oats,
cinnamon and almond butter would be perfect in my peach pie smoothie
and I was right.  So good! Give Kura a try and let me know what you think,
Check the product locator on their website or you can buy from Amazon.

Peach Pie Smoothie Kura Protein Powder

Peach Pie Smoothie

1 C almond milk
1 C frozen peaches
1 scoop Kura Vanilla Protein Smoothie Powder
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
pinch of nutmeg
1/4 C rolled oats
1 T almond butter
1/2 C ice

Place all of the ingredients into a blender.
Blend until smooth.

Feel free to adjust the amount of liquid depending upon how thick you
like your smoothies,

Disclosure:  I was sent Kura Protein Smoothie Powder to review.
I was not compensated for this post, and as always all opinions are my own.

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