8 Smoothie Recipes Kids Love

Various smoothies in jars on table next to assorted fruits
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Sweet, delicious, refreshing, and full of flavors, it’s time to gather some recipes for the kiddos to start sipping down some extra fruits and veggies. Smoothies are perfect for the pickiest of eaters; they can be dressed up as “dessert” or made to feel like an easy, nutrition-packed breakfast on the go. There are an infinite number of ways to blend them to your or your little ones’ heart’s content, and even the least handy in the kitchen can make them without too much fuss.

From toddlers to teens, these creations hit the mark any and every time. Take a look at 8 smoothie recipes you can keep on easy rotation throughout the weeks.

Recipe #8: Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

Oatmeal breakfast smoothie
Via Kristine’s Kitchen

Perfect for breakfast, and packed with blueberry deliciousness, it’s an easy way to send the kids off to school in the morning. Grab those old-fashioned oats, blueberries, Greek yogurt, mango and a few other special ingredients to round out every sip.

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Recipe #7: Wild-Berry Smoothie

Wild berry smoothie
Via Go Dairy Free

Not every smoothie needs to be packed with dairy, so if you’re looking for something without or one that feels a bit lighter, this is for you. And because berries are so tart and vibrant, this is also a great mix to sneak extra veggies into!

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Recipe #6: Go-To Strawberry Banana Green Smoothie

Strawberry banana green smoothie
Via The Healthy Toast

Strawberries and bananas are a classic pairing. And they’re kid-approved fruits too. Take a peek at this easy recipe, and start your kids mornings or afternoons off full of pep. We love adding vitamin mixes to smoothies and even the frozen spinach cubes that this recipe offers.

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Recipe #5: Kale Pineapple

Kale pineapple smoothie
Via Well Plated

Not everyone wants to drink their kale, but when it’s paired with our favorite flavors, it’s always fulfilling. The kids love its sweetness and parents love the nutrition within every sip. It’s also full of fiber and includes beloved ingredients like peanut butter and banana!

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Recipe #4: Chocolate Banana

Chocolate banana smoothie
Via Super Healthy Kids

This smoothie will feel like the yummiest treat! Chocolate and banana is another popular combination that satisfies taste buds and bellies of all ages. A dollop of whipped cream on top makes this a healthy, guilt-free dessert for the little ones.

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Recipe #3: Honey & Bee Pollen

Honey and bee pollen smoothie
Via Kids Eat

One of the more unique recipes on the list comes in the form of this honey and bee pollen smoothie. There’s plenty of banana and sweetness that make the kiddos sip it right up. But the best part is the bee pollen, which helps to boost immunity.

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Recipe #2: No-Sugar Added Raspberry

No-sugar added raspberry smoothie
Via Milk & Honey Nutrition

Not every smoothie needs to be a sugar-packed frenzy. Instead, it can be tart and sweet naturally—like with the help of fresh raspberries. Frozen is the best route to go with the berries and you can throw in some bananas too to round out the nutrition and smooth out the tang.

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Recipe #1: Vanilla Avocado

Vanilla avocado smoothie
Via Weelicious