7 Kid Friendly Smoothies That Adults Will Love Too ...

As a huge smoothie nut, I love sharing kid-friendly smoothies with moms and dads who want to eat healthy and help their kids do the same. Even if you don’t have kids, perhaps you're a babysitter or just a kid at heart yourself. Whatever the case, try adding a few more of these kid-friendly smoothies to your day. They'll help you stay healthy and happy with just a few sips!

1. Kale, Banana, and Peanut Butter

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This is one of the most delicious kid-friendly smoothies out there and a great way to get kids (or yourself) to eat kale without much fuss!

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
2 stalks of dino kale, stems removed
1 cup almond milk
2 tablespoons of plain peanut butter
1/2 a frozen banana

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend and serve for a dose of healthy fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals.

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2. Almond Butter, Strawberry, and Apple

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Not a fan of peanut butter? Try almond butter instead. Most kids will love it, especially those allergic to peanuts.

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of almond milk
8 frozen strawberries
5 ice cubes
Β½ an apple, seeded

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a healthy PB&J alternative.

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3. Coconut, Spinach, and Peach

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Instead of giving kids sugary canned peaches, make this smoothie! It's a great to get in essential vitamins and minerals, which is great for growing kids.

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of coconut milk
1 cup fresh spinach
1 cup of frozen peach slices

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a taste of the tropics right in your kitchen!

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4. Soy, Banana, and Cucumber

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Cucumbers are actually sweeter frozen than when they’re fresh! Incorporate them into this yummy smoothie by chopping and freezing them ahead of time like you would bananas.

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of light chocolate soy milk
Β½ a frozen banana
1 cup of frozen cucumber cubes

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a sweet, healthy treat both you and the kids will love!

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5. Blueberry, Banana, and Spinach

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Kids love the vibrant hue of berries, so sneak them into a smoothie and add some protein-rich yogurt to amp up the nutrition! This is one that the adults will love too.

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of nonfat yogurt
Β½ cup frozen blueberries
Β½ a frozen banana
1 cup fresh spinach

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a nutritious meal in just seconds!

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6. Orange, Kale, and Pineapple

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Using sweet fruits like oranges and pineapple with kale is a great way to hide the bitter taste of the greens and get a dose of nutrients at the same time. The kids will never know they're getting something so healthy!

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of unsweetened almond milk
2-3 stalks of dino kale (stems removed)
Β½ an orange (peeled)
1 cup frozen pineapple

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a yummy breakfast treat or snack.

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7. Strawberry, Banana, Celery, and Spinach

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For a classic flavor, stick with a combination that almost every kid (and adult) will love. They'll never taste the hidden veggies!

Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 cup of your choice milk
5-6 frozen strawberries
Β½ a frozen banana
1 small piece of celery
1/2 cup fresh spinach

Directions:
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend, and serve for a lovely breakfast drink or mid-day snack.

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Feel free to add in some cinnamon, a dash of plain cocoa, yogurt, nut butter, or anything else you want to these smoothies. These are just some basic kid-friendly smoothies to get you started. Incorporating more fruits and veggies into your child’s day is as simple as pulling out your blender a little more often. What’s your favorite kid-friendly smoothie?

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