Smoothie

Black Sesame + Banana

Tastes Like: Black Sesame Ice Cream

With a nutty, semi-savory flavor, black sesame pairs with peak-season blueberries and banana for a decadent (but not heavy) smoothie that boasts 10 grams of plant-based protein from whole ingred...

*Contains: Pine Pollen and Sesame

All ingredients

water, organic blueberries, organic bananas, organic black tahini (organic ground black sesame seeds), organic spinach puree, murasaki sweet potato puree, organic zucchini, organic date powder, organic hemp seeds, organic lemon juice, himalayan pink salt, pine pollen.

Please refer to the product label for the most accurate nutrition, ingredient, and allergen information.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

1 Serving per container

Serving size 1 container (350g)

Amount per serving

Calories 350
% Daily value*
Total Fat 20g
26%
Saturated Fat 3g
15%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 230mg
10%
Total Carbohydrate 33g
12%
Dietary Fiber 8g
29%
Total Sugars 15g
Includes 0g Added Sugars
0%
Protein 9g
18%
Vitamin D 0mcg
0%
Calcium 405mg
31%
Iron 3mg
17%
Potassium 603mg
13%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Key ingredients

Blueberry

A cup of blueberries makes a good source of vitamins C and K plus dietary fiber.

Banana

One large banana is rich in vitamin B6 and provides a good source of potassium, fiber and antioxidant vitamin C.

Black Sesame

An ounce of these little seeds packs 6 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber. You’ll also get dietary fat (the majority of which is mono and polyunsaturated fat), and a dose of iron, magnesium and zinc.

Spinach

These leafy greens pack plenty of nutrient-dense punch with blood pressure-regulating potassium. Not to mention iron, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin K.

Zucchini

Low in calories, high in water, and rich in fiber (not to mention potassium, folate, and vitamin A!), zucchini is a great way to load up on the essentials and feel satisfied without the splurge.

Pine Pollen

Each spring, pine trees produce a microscopic yellow dust called pine pollen. Pine buds are hand picked, dried, and the pine pollen is released and captured.

How to prep

  1. 1 Remove lid and discard seal. Fill cup to top with your preferred liquid (any liquid works, but we'd go with an option like almond or oat milk).
  2. 2 Pour into a blender and blend.
  3. 3 Pour back into your cup and enjoy.