Amazing Grass Green SuperFood


Amazing? Why yes it is. But to be honest, after trailing numerous drink powders, from protein-packed to supplement-worthy, it is still hard for me to pinpoint the exact qualities that make this product so awesome. Perhaps it really is all of the raw organic greens that they pack into Amazing Grass Green SuperFood powder: wheat grass, barley grass, alfalfa, spirulina, spinach, chlorella, and broccoli!

Amazing Grass Green Superfood - Chocolate

To be clear, Amazing Grass Green SuperFood isn’t protein powder (in fact, there are only 25 to 30 calories per serving) and it isn’t a vitamin supplement (update: some of the flavors do now have vitamin & mineral infusions, too). It’s a raw, vegan whole food supplement with the aforementioned powdered greens, powdered antioxidant-rich foods (like organic acai and green tea), fiber (from oats, flax seed, and more), digestive enzymes, prebiotics and probiotics.

To keep it minimally processed and “raw”, Amazing Grass utilizes a very low temperature dehydration process that ensures the antioxidant and phytonutrient power remains intact. As an added bonus, it contains no added sweeteners, yet the powders have natural light sweetness to them.

Amazing Grass Green SuperFood comes is a myriad of flavors, and thus far, I’ve trialed the flavors that follow (I will update as we sample more of them) …

Amazing Grass Green Superfood - Pineapple Lemongrass mixed with water (raw, dairy-free, vegan)

Chocolate Amazing Grass Green SuperFood

Merely opening the handy canister of the Chocolate flavor created a strong first impression. The fine powder was pleasant in appearance and my nose was immediately met with the most delightful, rich chocolate scent. As my official introduction to Amazing Grass Green SuperFood, I decided to run the chocolate version through a few tests:

Trial #1 – Chocolate SuperFood “Milk”: Giving in to a touch of sugar, I sampled a glass of plain rice milk (possessing a bit of evaporated cane juice) with a scoop of this Superfood. This was definitely a winning drink, and much closer to an “instant breakfast” experience than many other powdered supplements. It dissolved quite thoroughly in my drink with only a slight powdery finish. I could easily see myself polishing off the entire canister in an instant rice beverage fashion, but…

Trial #2 – The SuperFood Shake: …I was still holding out hope for some no added sugar goodness. Into my blender went 1 frozen banana, 2/3 cup unsweetened chocolate almond milk, 2 tablespoons almond butter, and 1 serving Chocolate Amazing Grass Green SuperFood. It was wonderful! The Superfood actually took my typical smoothie up a small notch, creating a rich chocolate flavor that the chocolate almond milk was unable to sustain alone.

Trial #3 – The Slim SuperFood Smoothie: Omitting the almond butter in the shake above turned out to be an excellent option for my last minute pre-workout breakfast. I was able to down this tasty concoction just a half hour before my workout; I didn’t sustain a single side cramp, and I had enough energy to keep me going until I arrived home. All in all, it was just 150 calories or so, just a few small grams of fat, and a load of nutrients.

Berry Amazing Grass Green SuperFood

Within minutes of receiving the Berry (Acai+ Goji) canister, I busted it open and dished a scoop into some ice cold water for both my husband and I. We had just finished our workout, so its arrival couldn’t have been more timely. I really didn’t expect much, since healthy drink powders with no added sugars aren’t usually the stuff dreams are made of … but, it wasn’t bad. It had a slightly sweet yet mellow berry flavor that I had no trouble polishing off. My husband said it tasted “wheaty, but not bad,” as he downed the entire glass. Trust me, the fact that he even finished it is high praise from my greens-hating husband. When consumed this way, the powder did tend to settle, but a few shakes as I gulped away kept it in the mix.

Like the Chocolate, I prefer the Berry Amazing Grass Green SuperFood as a smoothie perfecter, rather than a pure greens drink. One heaping scoop of the Berry adds brightness and just enough flavor to push my smoothie into yum. My current favorite smoothie for using the Berry SuperFood is this Amazing Pom-Mango Smoothie.

Amazing Grass Green Superfood - All Natural Drink Powder (Berry - Goji + Acai)

Lemon-Lime Energy Amazing Grass Green SuperFood

Though I still prefer the berry and chocolate flavor-wise, the Lemon-Lime Energy actually has a slightly sweet taste that adds some spring to my smoothies. As for that high energy infusion … I didn’t even notice a taste of matcha or yerba mate (thank goodness) but I did notice an almost immediate boost in my energy!

I first sampled it straight (with ice water) after a high energy workout. I was fatigued, but a scoop of this powder perked me up and actually kept me going long enough to make a nice dinner. Reportedly, caffeine (this boasts 85mg per serving) also helps with muscle recovery.

Nonetheless, like all Amazing Grass Green Superfood powders (thus far, read on…), I prefer it in smoothies rather than straight-up. For my first Lemon-Lime smoothie trial, it was morning, I was tired, and my stomach wasn’t yet awake. I chose a light blend of 1 cup watermelon, a handful of sliced frozen strawberries, a wee bit of water, and a scoop of Amazing Grass Green Superfood. Wow, not only did it taste great and go down easily, but it woke me right up! My brain felt sharper and I was ready to take on the day. I am not someone who can usually tolerate caffeine, but the overall blend seemed to work for me without creating the jitters or a corresponding crash.

Pineapple Lemongrass Amazing Grass Green SuperFood

At long last I’ve found a refreshing flavor of Amazing Grass Green SuperFood that I love straight up with water! The Pineapple Lemongrass has the same amazing base ingredients, but the light, citrus notes made it pleasing as is. This is a winner for a delightful afternoon pick-me-up.

Amazing Grass Green Superfood - Pineapple Lemongrass

Though I’m not usually a big supplement fan, I’m quickly became addicted to Amazing Grass Green SuperFood. Something about it just makes me feel good. Is it more energy, does it tame my tummy, or does my head clear? Perhaps, but for now I can just say it tastes and feels like something that should be a part of my diet every day.

As a side note, Amazing Grass also sells some super-cool BPA-free shaker cups. I have had two of them for years and we love them. I was excited by the new, better lid design, and the fact that they offer a sampler cup filled with packets of each superfood flavor.

Amazing Grass Shaker Cup

More Facts on Amazing Grass Green SuperFood

Price: $21.99 to $69.99 for multi-serve packages

Certifications: Amazing Grass Green SuperFood is Certified Kosher Pareve. It is labeled as vegan and gluten-free, and they do use organic ingredients, but we did not note certifications for these.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, this superfood is vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free (but not wheat-free), nut-free, peanut-free, and soy-free. Nonetheless, read the label and check with the company on their manufacturing processes before consumption if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

For More Product Information: Visit the Amazing Grass website at

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Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Hi Jenny,

    I purchased the Cacao Chocolate Infusion mix and combined that with Almond Milk. I am both gluten free and dairy free as I am allergic. A few minutes after I drank about half of the drink, I started having an allergic reaction. I’m thinking it might be either the Lactase or the Natural Chocolate Flavoring that was the cause. Did research but haven’t been able to confirm either one. Any suggestions?


    • Hi Marie, sorry for my delay! Lactase is actually the digestive enzyme to help digest lactose – it isn’t dairy at all. Amazing Grass is known for being a dairy-free product. However, they do use wheat grass, which many in the celiac community still feel is problematic. I couldn’t weigh in on that as I’m not extremely knowledgeable in that area. Regardless, you should definitely reach out to them directly and let them know that you had a reaction! They would be the ones who could help you. I don’t work for them.

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  3. Hi- I love the Green Superfoods Powder. I bought it at Costco and have been making a shake every morning. I have a question if I am overdoing it though. I put a handful of spinach, almond milk, ice, scoop of green superfoods, and a scoop of Vega Protein and Greens vanilla protein smoothie mix, and a half of an avacado then blend. Is this way too many veggies, vitamins, and minerals? I haven’t even thought about it until my friend made a comment this morning. I love the taste. What are your thoughts?

    • Hi Jenny, sounds yummy, but I would have no idea on what would be your max limit for vitamins and minerals. You might want to contact Amazing Grass to ask if they have info on this or ask your physician.

  4. I really like this stuff, & though I prefer to juice the product myself this is a great stand in when you don’t have the time or money to juice your own. I mix it with 1/2 water & 1/2 bottled juice with a tbsp of acv & just love it.

  5. I think the smoothies are just wonderful. Prefer it with fruit. Love that it does not contain any sugar. Thanks for wonderful recipes. Go ‘grass green!’.

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    • Hi Jennifer, I recommend My Vega or Amazing Grass. My Vega has several options that are made without barley grass or wheatgrass, if those are your concerns. Most specifically “green” drinks will use wheatgrass, but you can make your own with ease by simply adding spinach, kale or other greens to a smoothie.