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Tropical Smoothie For Kids

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Here is a great healthy recipe that is super easy to make. These Tropical Smoothies are full of energy and are great for kids. We're big on making smoothies in our house. Frankly, I don't know many kids that object to tossing foods in a blender and then getting to press the "on" button to pulverize them. As I've said time and again, if you want to get your kids to eat food that's good for them, get them involved in the preparation process. Making smoothies is one of the most perfect, fun and simple opportunities to do just that. So, power up the blender, grab your little one and have a great time preparing a uniquely delicious and nutritious treat for the whole family.
  Blueberries 1 Cup (16 tbs) (fresh or frozen)
  Mango 1 Cup (16 tbs), chopped (fresh or frozen)
  Lime zest/Lemon zest 1 Teaspoon
  Greek yogurt 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Milk 1 Cup (16 tbs) (you can use rice, almond, soy or cow’s milk)
  Honey/Agave nectar 1 Tablespoon
  Raw almonds 12 Large
  Ice cube 1 Cup (16 tbs)

1. Place all the ingredients in a blender on high and puree for 1 minute or until smooth.

2. Pour into glasses and serve with a straw.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Preparation Time: 
2 Minutes
Recently, Kenya and I have been switching things up a bit in the drink department and making lassis instead of smoothies. A lassi is a Southeast Asian yogurt-based drink containing milk, honey and/or spices. It's technically not a smoothie, but you'll never know that from the way it tastes. I thought that adding cumin (a traditional lassi ingredient) might be a bit too bold for this recipe, so I opted instead for a bit of lime zest and loved the refreshing result.
Tropical Lassi

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