When it comes to satisfying hungry kids fast without sacrificing nutrition, smoothies are our superfood superheroes
. Need breakfast on the go? Make a smoothie. Trying to sneak more vegetables into your kid's diet? Hide 'em in a smoothie. Looking to make a quick after-school snack? Smoothie to the rescue! All you'll need — beyond the raw ingredients — is a blender.
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5 Delicious, Kid-Approved Smoothie Recipes
ClassFitsugar's Kale & Pineapple Smoothie
Straight from Z Living's Class Fitsugar host Anna Renderer, this healthy kale and pineapple smoothie is a nutritional powerhouse. Kids love the sweetness of the pineapple; parents love sneaking in nutrient-rich kale. Check out the recipe here.
Blueberry Muffin Smoothie
This treat's easy to blend up for breakfast, and includes oats, so it's perfect for getting whole grains into the diet of a picky eater. Check out the recipe here.
Pomegranate & Berry Smoothie
A combo of heart-healthy pomegranate juice blended with blackberries, blueberries, and cherries, this winner packs in the antioxidants. It also turns a kid-pleasing pink shade, in case your little one is in a phase of steering clear of greens. Check out the recipe here.
Striped Berry & Banana Smoothie
This visual stunner takes a bit more time to concoct layer by layer, but trust us, it's worth it. And kids will love the stripes! In a rush? This smoothie tastes equally good all mixed together. Get the recipe from Nosh & Nourish here.
Power Gold Smoothie
Your kids will never guess that healthy carrots hide inside this delicious pineapple and orange juice smoothie. Don't tell! Get the recipe from Super Healthy Kids here.
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Tell us in the comments: What's your favorite smoothie to make for your kids?