3 Smoothie Recipes from Kate Hudson’s Kitchen

3 Smoothie Recipes from Kate Hudson’s Kitchen


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3 Smoothie Recipes
from Kate Hudson’s Kitchen

In our inner Rolodex of effortlessly cool, impossibly glowy women, Kate Hudson floats at the front of our minds. When she’s not mixing up cocoa espresso martinis, you might find her in the kitchen blending up protein-packed, plant-powered smoothies.

And, lucky for us, she recently started a line of nutritional powders called INBLOOM. INBLOOM sources its non-GMO plants, herbs, and mushrooms with environmental impact and nutritional punch in mind, and it doesn’t use synthetic ingredients or artificial flavors. And those powders? They blend as beautifully into water or nut milk as they do in one of Hudson’s carefully crafted recipes.

The Protein Powders

INBLOOM’s plant-based protein powders start with a satisfying blend of protein—from pea, chickpea seed, chia seed, coconut flour, hempseed, duckweed, and pumpkin seed—and get a boost of wellness-supporting botanicals from reishi, elderberry, dandelion, cinnamon, and ginger. Choose between rich cacao and smooth vanilla—or pick up one of each.


  1. INBLOOM
    Clean Green Protein – Chocolate
    goop, $49

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  2. INBLOOM Clean Green Protein – Vanilla goop, $49

    INBLOOM
    Clean Green Protein – Vanilla
    goop, $49

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The Powdered Multivitamin

  1. Essential Elements is INBLOOM’s take on the multivitamin: It contains eight essential minerals plus 100 percent of your daily vitamins. And it’s formulated with ashwagandha, digestive enzymes, and a blend of greens to support overall wellness, digestion, and a healthy response to stress. It tastes like raspberry and fresh leafy greens. Shake, mix, or blend it into any cool beverage—we prefer coconut water, plant milk, and smoothies, but it does just fine in water, too—and enjoy with a meal.


  2. INBLOOM Essential Elements Nutrition Powder goop, $59

    INBLOOM
    Essential Elements
    Nutrition Powder

    goop, $59

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  3. Speaking of: We asked Hudson how she likes to take our three favorite INBLOOM supplements—two protein powders and one daily multivitamin—and she gave us three formulas for the perfect morning smoothie, no matter what you’re craving today.

Kate Hudson’s Smoothie Lab

  1. Choco-Maca Banana

    ½ banana

    1 teaspoon maca powder

    1 tablespoon MCT oil

    2 scoops Essential Elements

    1 scoop Clean Green Protein

    (chocolate)

    1½ cups plant-based milk

    1 handful ice

    Choco-Maca Banana

    “We can’t get enough of the INBLOOM chocolate protein in my house—we combine it with the nutty taste of maca powder and the nutritional benefits of MCT oil.”

  2. Ginger Berry Bliss

    Flesh of ¼ lemon, peeled

    1 inch fresh ginger, peeled

    ½ cup frozen blueberries

    ½ cup beetroot stalks

    1 scoop Clean Green Protein (vanilla)

    1½ cups coconut water

    1 handful ice

    Ginger Berry Bliss

    “I make this smoothie with our Clean Green Protein powder, but can I tell you what really makes it amazing? That little hint of fresh ginger and lemon with the juicy berry and beet flavors.”

  3. Hydrating Green Goodness

    ½ frozen cucumber

    1 frozen stick of celery

    1 handful fresh mint leaves

    2 scoops Essential Elements

    1 scoop Clean Green Protein (vanilla)

    1¾ cups coconut water

    1 handful ice

    Hydrating Green Goodness

    “This smoothie is super refreshing—that’s the cucumber and celery—and adding fresh mint makes it smell so good.”

goop’s Smoothie Essentials

While you’re here: At goop, we’re pretty passionate about the magic of a morning smoothie. As our food director, Caitlin O’Malley, always reminds us, if you can fit a bunch of fruits and vegetables into your breakfast and suck it down with a straw, there’s a little less pressure to nail your nutrition the rest of the day. INBLOOM powders are an excellent place to start—you’ll find us riffing on Hudson’s recipes above or chucking them into our other smoothie recipes to beef them up a bit. Here’s what else we have going on in the kitchen—from the fan-favorite blenders we had to buy to the skin-supporting superpowders our staff swears by.

  1. The tried-and-true high-performance blender, now with touchscreen.


    Vitamix Vitamix Ascent Series 3500 Blender goop, $600

    Vitamix
    Vitamix Ascent
    Series 3500 Blender

    goop, $650

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  2. This metabolism-boosting superpowder tastes like decadent chocolate and blends smoothly into your favorite protein shake.


    goop Wellness Metabolism-Boosting Superpowder

    goop Wellness
    Metabolism-Boosting Superpowder
    goop, $58/$50 with subscription

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  1. Stash precut fruits and veg in this silicone bag—it’s freezer-safe—to streamline the smoothie process.


  2. Stasher Stand-Up Bag goop, $22

    Stasher
    Stand-Up Bag
    goop, $22

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  1. Blend your daily skin support supplement into a bright, citrusy smoothie.


    goop Beauty GOOPGLOW Morning Skin Superpowder goop, $60/$55 with subscription

    goop Beauty
    GOOPGLOW Morning Skin Superpowder
    goop, $60/$55 with subscription

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  2. An all-in-one blender and bottle for
    smoothies to go.


    Beast Health Beast Blender + Hydration System goop, $185

    Beast Health
    Beast Blender +
    Hydration System

    goop, $185

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  1. Our probiotic superpowder is nearly tasteless, so it mixes right into whatever smoothie you’re already making.


    goop Wellness Gut Microbiome Superpowder goop, $55/$50 with subscription

    goop Wellness
    Gut Microbiome Superpowder
    goop, $58/$50 with subscription

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  2. Ready to take your smoothie game to the next level? Milk your own oats. (You can get oat groats at your local co-op or bulk store.)


    Chefwave Milkmade Non-Dairy Milk Maker goop, $199

    ChefWave
    Milkmade Non-Dairy Milk Maker
    goop, $199

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Rachel Meadows

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