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What Is Kale Powder?

Just as the name implies, kale powder is a dried and pulverized form of kale leaves. While high quality kale isn’t always available in grocery stores, turning to kale powder means you can supplement your diet with nutritionally rich kale whenever you want.
Kale powder comes from kale leaves picked at peak ripeness, and then air dried until they are thin and brittle. Then, the leaves are gently broken up into a light dust that can be added to a wide variety of smoothies, recipes and even desserts (seriously!). To learn how to make kale powder work for you and even gain tips on how to make it yourself, keep reading.


  • Supports healthy detoxification and healthy liver function
  • A cruciferous powerhouse for supporting healthy cells and DNA
  • Nourishes eye and skin health
  • Alkaline properties support healthy pH balance
  • Maintains healthy bones with plant-based calcium
  • Rich source of antioxidants and phytonutrients for glowing health and wellness


What Are Some of The Nutrients Found In Kale?

Kale is one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables on the planet. Vitamin A is one of the many nutrients that kale has. A 100 gram serving of kale contains 512 percent of the recommended daily value of this vitamin. A 100 gram serving of kale also contains 700 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin K and 200 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C. Additionally, kale is abundant in iron, phosphorus, omega 3 fatty acids, potassium, fiber and copper.

Ways To Use Kale Powder

When it comes to using kale powder, you are limited only by your creativity. A half teaspoon equals a full cup serving of raw kale, so don’t be afraid to get creative about different ways to get yours in.
Below are some of our favorite suggestions to get you started.
1. Thicken up your oatmeal without dramatically changing the flavor.
2. Add several scoops to your fruit smoothie for an undetectable boost in nutrition.
3. Add into sauces and dips to enhance the texture on the sly (guacamole and pesto are great choices).
4. Toss some powder into the frying pan and mix it into your scrambled eggs.
5. Add some to your favorite salad dressing to give your salad more amp.
6. Pour some into pureed soups at the end of the cooking process to enhance its nutrition
7. Make it work for pasta night by incorporating kale powder into the spaghetti sauce and even adding it to homemade noodles.
8. Mix some into meatloaf to improve the veggie content.

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