Cooking with Kids-Healthy Blueberry Peach Smoothie Recipe

BLUEBERRY PEACH SMOOTHIES: Smoothies are delicious and fun to make. They are a great place to hide a few veggies as well if you have picky kids who may not get enough good nutrition in their diets. Most kids like fruit, so the smoothie is the perfect vehicle to add a punch of health to their diet in a tasty way.

Smoothies are delicious and fun to make. They are a great place to hide a few veggies as well if you have picky kids who may not get enough good nutrition in their diets. Most kids like fruit, so this blueberry peach smoothie is the perfect vehicle to add a punch of health to their diet in a tasty way.

Try your hand at creating your own smoothie recipe and you might be surprised what you end up loving.

Cooking with Kids-Healthy Blueberry Peach Smoothie Recipe

kids making smoothies

These blueberry peach smoothies are always a big hit with my kids. They LOVE eating stuff they make themselves. It’s a pretty low maintenance recipe for the adults in charge, and that’s always a plus in my book. Simplify! That’s my motto. Anything you can do that the kids enjoy that puts little pressure on you, is a winner.

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Peach and blueberry smoothie

We used frozen fruit for these smoothies since berries were long out of season and we had some tasty ones in the freezer from our summer food preservation efforts. Blueberries are packed with antioxidants, tons of vitamin c and other nutrients, and peaches are as well of course.

Other great smoothie ingredients include: Spinach, kale, apples, bananas, any kind of berry, pears, pineapple, pineapple juice, apple juice, and the list goes on and on. Use your imagination!



Peach Blueberry Smoothie

You could substitute any healthy fruits and veggies you have on hand and make a wonderfully wonderful treat for the kids or you any time. Give it a try.

Click here to see why it’s important to get kids in the kitchen! Bring your kids in the kitchen with you and build some wonderful memories and get them to try some new things. They will be proud they made it and much more willing to try it. I promise, you’ll be amazed!

Blueberry Peach Smoothie
A refreshing, healthy smoothie for kids and grown ups alike.
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Ingredients
  1. 1 C. frozen blueberries
  2. 4 C. frozen peaches
  3. 1 C. yogurt
  4. 2 C. milk
  5. 1 C. raw sugar (you could use honey as well)
  6. 2 C. ice
Instructions
  1. Wash hands and have kids wash theirs.
  2. Dump all ingredients in blender.
  3. Blend.
  4. Pour into cups and enjoy!
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Cooking with Kids-Healthy Blueberry Peach Smoothie Recipe

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2 comments

  1. Corinne says:

    My kids love smoothies! Excited to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing it! Glad I spotted it at What Kids Eat Wednesday.

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