201 Healthy Smoothies and Juices for Kids: Fresh, Wholesome, by Amy Roskelley

By Amy Roskelley

More than two hundred scrumptious possible choices to sugary drinks!

Quenching your children' thirst in a fit method is less complicated than ever! you can now whip up those scrumptious and nutritious smoothies and juices—and your children could be begging for more!

Let them drink up—what they do not know approximately all of the supplementations, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients they're getting will not hurt them. In 201 fit Smoothies and Juices for Kids, you will discover all of the crucial recipes you want to exchange uninteresting, sugary, one-fruit bottled juice with pleasant, nourishing combos that will:

  • Boost younger immune systems
  • Balance common sugars with crucial supplements and nutrients
  • Sneak in additional servings of fruit and veggies even the pickiest eater will not decide up on
  • Replace soda and dear store-bought drinks—for good!
With this publication, you are going to introduce your kids to the fantastic flavors of vegatables and fruits with each pleasant glass—and your children might be begging for more!

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When you make the decision to feed your family better, it’s frustrating when the kids don’t jump right on board. You take the time and spend the money on healthy food to make a positive impact in their lives only for your kids to turn up their noses and declare it “looks too gross” to try. Fruit and vegetable smoothies are perfect for hiding vegetables for picky eaters. After blending, there is generally no indication which vegetable you have included in their drinks beyond the color. Even the pickiest eaters will be fooled by the smoothies’ natural sweetness, not even realizing there could be veggies in their cup.

Washing, chopping, preparing, and cooking are sometimes too much of a hassle. Homemade smoothies and juices are the perfect answer for today’s kids. These fruit- and vegetable-based drinks have all the good stuff of fresh fruits and vegetables, minus all the bad stuff of preservatives, synthetic dyes, sugars, and sodium. They can provide kids with essential nutrients in a way they won’t complain about. As your kids begin to make a habit of drinking fresh juices and smoothies, you can feel confident that they not only survive the sick season but thrive the whole year.

Essential Smoothie Ingredients A smoothie really needs nothing more than some fruits or vegetables, blended up until smooth, to be good. However, there are tons of fresh ingredients you can include to ensure your smoothies are packed with nutrients and flavor. VEGETABLES • Beets • Broccoli • Carrots • Celery • Cucumbers • Kale • Peppers • Potatoes • Radishes • Romaine and other leafy greens • Spinach • Squash • String beans • Swiss chard • Tomatoes SPROUTS, NUTS, AND SEEDS • Alfalfa sprouts • Almonds • Peanuts • Pecans • Pumpkin seeds • Sesame seeds • Soy beans • Sunflower seeds • Walnuts FRUITS • Apples • Apricots • Avocado • Bananas • Blackberries • Blueberries • Cantaloupe • Cherries • Cranberries • Grapefruit • Grapes • Honeydew melon • Kiwi • Lemons • Limes • Mangoes • Nectarines • Oranges • Papaya • Peaches • Pears • Pineapple • Plums • Raspberries • Strawberries • Watermelon LIQUIDS • Almond milk • Fruit juices • Milk • Rice milk • Soy milk • Water • Yogurt SWEETENERS • Agave nectar • Honey • Maple syrup HERBS, SPICES, AND FLAVORINGS • Garlic • Ginger • Mint • Vanilla EXTRAS • Flaxseed or flax oil • Protein powder • Tofu • Wheat germ Tips and Tricks to Making Smoothies Kids Will Eat You’ve made a delicious-looking, delicious-tasting smoothie, and your kid won’t drink it.

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