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Activz Kale Powder Review and Recipe

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not 
at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..

Activz Kale Powder Organic Non GMO. Click the picture for the review and a recipe.

Feeding my family healthy meals is one of my goals. While fruits and vegetables may not always taste the best, they are very important to have in your diet. A great way to get those nutrients into the diets of picky eaters is to hide them!

Activz is a great way to hide fruits and vegetables in foods like smoothies, soups, cakes, dips, and so much more. I had the opportunity to try their kale powder and will share a recipe at the bottom of this post.

Click here to visit their website

What I Love

First off, I have to say how much I love that this product is USDA certified organic and does not contain GMOs. It also is free of artificial colors, dyes, and nutrients. It is made with real fruits and vegetables and contains loads of vitamins and minerals. It is also a lot more convenient than always finding fresh options, especially when they are out of season.

I have to be honest; when I first received this powder, it took me quite a while to find what to put it in and how much of it to add. I love kale, but it has a strong flavor so I was not too sure what to do with it, unlike some of their other powders that I could have chosen. I decided to look on their site for some recipe inspiration and I love all the different options they have! They are a great place to start.

Even without the preservatives, Activz Kale Powder can be kept for years if needed. Because you can keep it so long, you can actually save money! I know that when I buy fresh produce it goes bad so quickly a lot gets wasted. No more!

Activz has so many great products to choose from and so many powder varieties. Beet, coconut water, carrot, and pumpkin are just a few!

Activz Kale Powder. Click the picture to read the review and grab a recipe.

What I’m Not Huge On

I did have a difficult time getting over the strong kale flavor packed into each serving, but once I found the right foods to add it into I realized I quite like it. Finding out how much of the powder to add to everything also took some trial and error, but the recipes on their site were a great help. Even my kids loved the hummus!

Overall, I am excited to continue trying my Activz Kale Powder in different recipes and trying some of their other products in the future!

Bonus recipe:

Garlic and Kale Hummus

(a variation of the Lemon Kale Hummus in their recipe section)

Garlic and Kale Hummus Recipe. Click the picture to view and print.

5.0 from 1 reviews
Garlic and Kale Hummus
Simple and healthy dip or sandwich spread.
Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 4
  • 1 can chickpeas, drained (reserve half to add in later)
  • ½ the liquid from the chickpeas
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced and roasted (or 2 teaspoons of minced garlic in a jar)
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons Activz Kale Powder
  • Pinch of Salt
  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend 60 seconds or until smooth.
  2. Serve with your favorite vegetables or chips or spread onto a sandwich!

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-What will you add Activz powder to?


  1. The hummus looks good! I’m definitely adding it to my list of recipes to try. I can see myself adding the kale powder to smoothies when I don’t have fresh kale on hand.

  2. Thank you for the review! I would like to use it in smoothies

  3. I haven’t had this before – it might be really good.

  4. Dr. Cowan's Garden

    Thanks for the review! We can use the kale powder with smoothies, soups, stews, & pasta.

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