School day smoothies
- 1/2 cup frozen berries
- 1 medium banana
- 1/2 cup (130g) natural yoghurt
- 1/2 cup (125ml) orange juice
Step 1. Place berries and banana in the jug of a blender.
Step 2. Add yoghurt and juice.
Step 3. Blend until smooth.
Step 4. Fill silicone popsicle moulds. Seal well. Place in freezer and leave overnight.
- These are delicious eaten frozen. Packed in a school lunch box, they will melt and be drinkable by lunchtime.
- Use whatever combination of fresh fruit, yoghurt and juice/milk you prefer. You could even try freezing a Green smoothie .
- Obviously, adjust quantities depending on the size of your receptacles. You could use plastic bottles or jars – as long as you can seal them tightly with a lid.
- You could use this Brainy breakfast smoothie recipe for a morning boost yourself or make double for you and the kids.
- If you have a child that is resistant to fruit flavours then try this Banana smoothie with Milo. That chocolatey goodness will hide the banana flavour.
- In summer you can try this Blackberry and peach smoothie or even use tinned peaches in the off season.
- You can't go past the tried and true Banana smoothie. It's a winner for kids all year round.
- If you are trying to get more green veggies in then you can try this Kid-friendly green smoothie and call it Ninja Turtle juice.
- If making smoothies every morning is a bit of a pain that has you pulling lots of ingredients out of the pantry and fridge then you could try these delicious Smoothie freezer packs. They make morning smoothie making a breeze.
- With strawberries in plentiful supply in summer you will love boosting your daily shake with that superfood quinoa in this Strawberry quinoa smoothie.
- This recipe was created for Kidspot, New Zealand’s best recipe finder by Greer Worsley, who blogs at Typically Red.