Ka’Chava Tribal Superfood Protein Smoothies

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I recently discovered Ka’Chava, a Tribal Superfood mix that is packed with plant-based nutrients and 24g of protein per serving. Not only is Ka’Chava vegan, it is also gluten and soy free, preservative free, and contains no artificial ingredients. The mixes come in two flavors-vanilla and chocolate-and I was sent a sample packet of each flavor to try. The instructions recommend to mix Ka’Chava with 12oz of water, but I decided to take mine up a notch and use it in a protein smoothie. Starting with the chocolate, I blended a few ingredients I already had on hand to make this protein packed and filling dessert-like smoothie.

Ka'Chava Chocolate Superfood Protein Smoothie
Serves 1
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Ingredients
  1. 6 oz almond milk
  2. 6 oz purified water
  3. 1 frozen banana
  4. 1 packet (or 2 scoops) of Chocolate Ka'Chava
  5. handful of ice
Instructions
  1. Place the following ingredients into a blender and mix until smooth and creamy.
Notes
  1. You can also throw in a splash of chocolate non-dairy milk for an extra hit of chocolate flavor.
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Now, for the vanilla which I actually liked just as much (if not better) as the chocolate. You really can’t go wrong with vanilla protein powders and superfood mixes because it’s so versatile. I went for more of a vanilla-milkshake approach, but you could easily add some other fruit such as berries if you’d like.

Ka'Chava Vanilla Superfood Protein Smoothie
Serves 1
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Ingredients
  1. 12 oz filtered water
  2. 1-2 TBS Hemp Seeds
  3. 1 packet (or 2 scoops) Vanilla Ka'Chava
  4. 1 frozen banana
  5. handful of ice
Instructions
  1. Place the water and hemp seeds into a blender and mix until a "milk" forms. Add the Vanilla Ka'Chava and frozen banana and continue mixing. Add ice as needed and mix until you get a creamy and smooth consistency.
Notes
  1. You can also use your own non-dairy milk such as almond, hemp, etc. This was just what I did to make my own hemp milk right in the blender.
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