If you’re looking for healthy smoothie recipes that are kid and mom-approved, you are in the right place!
Smoothies are an easy way to start your day, and kids love them because they taste like a treat, even when they are loaded with veggies!
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Healthy smoothies are packed with protein and energy-boosting super-foods. And they make the easiest breakfasts for busy mornings.
What Are The Healthiest Ingredients For Smoothies?
Blueberries: Packed with antioxidants, blueberries are an excellent ingredient for a healthy smoothie recipe. Kids love the taste and Moms love the potassium and Vitamin C that helps support a healthy immune system.
Strawberries: The major player in a strawberry is Vitamin C – that boosts immunity and promotes healthy eye function.
Pineapple: Pineapple is another heavy hitter loaded with Vitamin C + fiber that supports a healthy digestive system.
Banana: With significant amounts of Vitamin C and B6, bananas bring the nutrition and the potassium – plus they add a fabulous flavor.
Spinach: Spinach is loaded with Vitamin C, Vitamin K, beta-carotene, iron, calcium and magnesium – and it happens to be on most kids top ten most hated vegetables. The beauty of this smoothie is that the fruit masks the “spinach-y taste” kids avoid.
Today I’m sharing 15 of my favorite go-to healthy smoothies. Hope you enjoy!
Amy shares this awesome breakfast smoothie recipe that will keep you and your kids full until lunchtime! And it’s easy to put together using frozen strawberries, old-fashioned oats, healthy greek yogurt, brown sugar, and vanilla!
You only need four ingredients to make this sweet and tangy fruit smoothie from Damn Delicious!
This creamy 5-ingredient smoothie is full of fresh fruit & protein making it a perfect way for kids to start the day!
My kids adore this easy breakfast smoothie that combines strawberries, bananas, and spinach to provide nutrition and energy!
Cooking Classy blends all the right fruits and delivers the best summer smoothie all year with this healthy drink!
All you need for this super simple smoothie from Emilie Eats is five ingredients! Easy & delicious!
Made with berries (frozen is A-OK!) and greek yogurt, this berry energy smoothie from Deliciously Sprinkled makes a healthy breakfast or a fabulous after-school treat!
Here’s another five ingredient healthy smoothie made with carrots and fresh fruit from Savory Tooth. It’s perfect for breakfast-all natural and vegan!
If you need a quick & easy smoothie that’s filling for an on the go breakfast, this one from A Daily Smoothie is perfect! It’s smooth & creamy & packed with protein to keep your kids full until lunchtime rolls around!
If you’re looking for a healthy smoothie recipe that tastes like a key-lime pie, this recipe from The Seasoned Mom is perfect!
Your kids will love these super-food smoothies from What’s Gaby Cooking! All you need is a banana, a few blueberries, and a little almond milk!
This amazing shake/smoothie from Cooking Classy tastes like a dessert, but it’s a healthy 6-ingredient breakfast shake kids love!
For this smoothie Gather for Bread blends of delicious mango and vanilla together for a creamy and delightful breakfast beverage!
Meggan of Culinary Hill helps us boost our kids green intake with ease with this spinach, avocado, and sweet pineapple smoothie.
Thanks to The Gold Lining Girl kids can enjoy a healthy smoothie that tastes like a candy bar! Yum!
Did I Miss Anything?
Which recipe from today’s line-up are you going to try first?
Or maybe I didn’t mention one of your favorite healthy smoothie recipes?
Either way, please let me know by leaving a comment below!
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