Kilner Smoothies

In the midst of the online phenomenon that is health blogging, smoothies take the mantle as the blogger’s number one choice of post. Our smoothie guide aims to deliver some useful recipes and pointers for all your fruity creations.

Smoothies provide an ideal opportunity to utilise the goodness of all your home-grown produce. We use a lot of our ingredients straight out of the Kilner Allotment.

Kilner Smoothie Recipes


‘Berry Delight Smoothie’

The ‘Berry Delight’ ‎smoothie‬ is designed for an afternoon berry boost to your system, it acts as a powerful antioxidant with a rich blast of vitamin B and C.

We’re getting the best out of our ingredients by nutrition extraction using our NutribulletUK, then gulping it down in a pink handled Kilner jar.

‘Cucumber Coolade’

The Kilner ‘Cucumber Coolade’ is designed for a quick intake of daily Vitamin B’s. The cucumber and water infusion assist with your body’s digestion. It has a thin texture, that makes it perfect to enjoy along side or after a meal. Perfect for a green handled Kilner jar.

‘Sunshine Smoothie’

The Kilner ‘Sunshine Smoothie’ is designed to provide your body with a blast of vitamin C for a quick morning ‘pick me up’. The creaminess of the frozen banana & mango makes for a thick textured smoothie which encapsulates the taste of a tropical summer in a Kilner handled jar.



11th August 2015

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5 Instagram Kilner Jar Recipes

Here are some of our favourite Kilner jar recipes for the summer, straight from 5 amazing Instagram food bloggers… enjoy!

Our Instagram is KILNER_UK – Hashtag #Kilner or #KilnerJar to share your snaps with us.

Deliciously Ella

This is from @DeliciouslyElla’s blog – a Mint, Apple & Pear Juice recipe for the Summer!

  • 4 red apples
  • 4 pears
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 cup of fresh mint leaves


This is from one of our Instagram favourites, @JenniferMakes! She’s always sharing her best recipes in Kilner jars, make sure you give her a follow.

“Blueberry pie smoothie because sometimes I like to eat breakfast for dinner! Here’s how I made it: • 1 frozen banana • 1 tsp of cashew butter • handful of oats • 400ml of plant milk • handful of blueberries • pinch of cinnamon Blend the banana, oats, cashew butter and plant milk until smooth and creamy. Mash the blueberries with the cinnamon and then layer up the smoothie. Top with granola and more blueberries”


Get ready to say ‘WOW!’ at @Nourishingjessica’s Instagram. This award winning food blogger frequently shares her masterpieces in a Kilner jar, be sure to like her pictures!

“I downed this shake in one gulp // cacao protein, banana, almond milk!”


is another of our favourite food bloggers; she’s healthy and fun at the same time! A brilliant photo-mad foodie to follow.

“Chugging 2 jars of pink goodness down after too much chugging of the wrong kind last night it’s just 2 frozen bananas, heaps of frozen berries, a tbsp of vanilla rice protein & blended with lots of water and a splash of almond milk!”



@Kitchenofkirsten is always dishing up amazingly presented recipes online… and she also loves a Kilner jar!

“This morning I had raw Neapolitan chia pudding – all made with @thechiaco chia seeds. The bottom layer is @sevenhillsorganics cacao flavour, the middle is vanilla and the top layer is crushed raspberry. I topped it with the ripest, sweetest british strawberries”

Our Instagram is KILNER_UK – Hashtag #Kilner or #KilnerJar to share your snaps with us.

2nd June 2015

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Spring Clean with Kilner

Spring Clean with Kilner
If you fancy a spring clean this weekend, here are our top tips to keep your kitchen organised and sparkling clean.

Glass is the best and safest option to store food in your kitchen, as it is BPA free. BPA is a toxic chemical used in the production of plastics.

Glass also enhances food flavours and repels odours and colours making it far easier to clean than plastic.

1. Organise your worktop

Kilner jars make brilliant work top organisers. Not only are they great to store frequently used items, such as rice and pasta but they also make beautiful vases.

2. Organise your store cupboard or pantry and label everything

Over the winter, you must have stocked up on plenty of delicious food to keep you going through the cold dark months. Now the spring has finally arrived it’s time to discover what you’ve got left and organise your kitchen cupboards with cute jars and labels.

Domestic Goddess Tip: Use glass Kilner jars to store food and spices. Glass jars allow you to quickly see what you have in your kitchen cupboards without having to open every single container to check what’s inside.


If you have a busy work and home life, finding delicious recipes to cook on a daily basis can be tricky.

If you keep enough spices and herbs in your pantry, you can easily jazz up simple meals such as spaghetti into something rather delicious.

Kilner Spice jars

If you enjoy adding flavour to your recipes you will love our brand new shaker jar lids, perfect for spice, herbs, parmesan cheese and even sweet cupcake sprinkles.

Store dry food safely and then shake or sprinkle over meals.

11th March 2015

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