It has a funny name, but that’s not the only reason this “blended fruit” smoothie recipe will make you smile. One of our favorite healthy recipes for kids, Bluit and other fruit smoothies are delicious and easy, too! Healthy recipes for kids don’t have to be complicated. Involving your kids in meal preparation and sharing time together in the kitchen are great ways to encourage healthy eating habits. Fruit smoothies like this one — or any smoothie recipe — are fun to make and full of nutrition!
1. Mix all ingredients into blender and blend well. Enjoy!
This smoothie recipe is easy to customize. To create fruit smoothies just the way you like them, use any fruit of your choice.
My 5-year-old son WILL NOT eat anything but chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese. I had to think quickly to come up with healthy recipes for kids, as I knew he would not get the nutrition he so desperately needed. As I stood in the Save-A-Lot produce department with the beautiful variety of fruits and veggies, I thought of the dusty blender I never use, and asked each of my 10 kids (I had all of them with me) to choose a fruit. When asked why, I said, "You will see." They each blended their own fruits to make one huge, fruity shake. I admired the expression on my 5-year-old’s face as each kid took their turn drinking a bit. I watched it turn from curious to wanting. I’ve learned that children at that age tend to do what other children do. Since this day, my son and I have sampled some of the fresh veggies and fruits Save-A-Lot has to offer. He pulls his toy jeep around in our back yard to me standing in an apron with a top hat saying "Welcome to the shake shop — what can I blend you today?" He will ask for some of the strangest combinations for his fruit smoothies, and Save-A-Lot is dependable enough to always have them all, so I can keep my fridge drawers full of exotic fruits and veggies!