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This healthy smoothies for kids is great for snacking or for breakfast. It’s naturally sweet, full of fruit and veggie nourishment, and delicious. One master recipe makes 10 easy dishes.

Continue reading on to know about this wonderful healthy smoothies for kids. But before we get there let us see why smoothies have many reasons to be your new favorite food.

Smoothies Have Many Reasons to be your new Favorite Food.

  • Hidden vegetables can be found in a variety of nutritious foods.
  • delicious
  • Simple to prepare, taking no more than five minutes to complete
  • allergy-friendly
  • ideal for a quick bite or a meal replacement
  • family-friendly
  • finicky eaters will love it!
  • can be tailored to suit the needs of your family
  • Packed with nutrients


Read also: 15 List of Plant- Based Protein Foods


Healthy Smoothie for Kids

Here are healthy smoothie for kids that your kids will love. They are kids friendly and taste great a well.

1. Strawberry-Cheesecake Smoothie

A dessert-inspired smoothie to start. Cashews give it a cheesecake-like texture.


  • 2-cup sliced strawberries
  • 1/4 cup unsalted raw cashews
  • Almond milk, 1 cup
  • 12 banana
  • lemon juice 2 teaspoons
  • ice cup

2. Smoothie at the Oceanside

You can enjoy this one with your toes in the sand because it’s a newcomer.

Ingredients Needed

  • 1/2 to 1 cup pineapple pieces, either fresh or frozen.
  • a single banana
  • 12ounsweetenetened cocoa powder
  • Full-fat coconut milk in a 14 ounce can
  • Coconut flakes in an unsweetened form:
  • The vanillar extract, 1 tblsp
  • A half-gallon of ice

3. Smoothie with Mango and Peach

Adding mangos and peaches to your smoothies can keep your kids coming back for more. Use frozen fruit for the best results.


  • 1 and a half gallons of almond milk
  • 1 cup diced fresh or frozen peaches, diced
  • Fresh or frozen mango can be used in this recipe.
  • Vanilla extract in half a teaspoon
  • a half-cup of ice

4. smoothie with coconut pie from Laura Fuentes

With a thick consistency and a coconut flavor to die for, this smoothie has the texture and flavor of a dessert but none of the guilt.





  • Bananas in threes.
  • Almond butter (or any other nut or non-nut butter)*
  • Can of full-fat coconut milk, 14 ounces
  • 1/2 cup flakes of coconut
  • Extract of vanilla with a teaspoon
  • 1/2 cup crushed ice

5. Laura Fuentes’ Blueberry Muffin Green Smoothie

This low-carb, high-protein smoothie was inspired by one of my favorite baked goodies. As a side note, they won’t even notice that spinach is in it.


  • 1 cup of vanilla almond milk that is unsweetened (or milk of choice)
  • Vanilla extract in half a teaspoon
  • 1 cup thawed blueberries, chopped
  • 1-tbsp. vanilla whey protein
  • A generous portion of baby spinach
  • almond butter in the amount of 2 teaspoons
  • 1 tbsp. shredded coconut

6. Banana smoothie with chocolate, peanut butter

This following one, though, has to be the best yet! Smoothie made with chocolate, peanut butter, and bananas is one of my all-time favorite concoctions.


Read also: Easy Toddler Meals



  • frozen banana, one
  • 1 cup of milk of your preference
  • Roll oats in their original form: 1/4 cup
  • natural peanut butter, 3 tbsp.
  • Cocoa powder: 1 tbsp
  • For dessert (optional): chocolate chips

7. Laura Fuentes’ Cinnamon Roll Smoothie

This enormous cinnamon roll was devoured in no time by my kids, I don’t know whether you’ve noticed this before. Almond milk, bananas, cinnamon, and oats combine in this recipe to give it a thick, creamy consistency.

  • 1 cup of almond milk that has not been sweetened
  • One and a half froze bananas, cut into bits.
  • 1/4 Additional cinnamon can be sprinkled on top.
  • Optional: 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
  • 1 tsp. of brown sugar, if preferred
  • Old-fashioned oats can be substituted for 1/3 cup.
  • a half-cup of ice

8. Blueberry Smoothie Bowls are low in sugar thanks to Laura Fuentes

Smoothie bowls like this one are refreshing, sugar-free, and packed with protein. The avocado adds a creamy, rich texture without imparting any off-putting flavor.


  • 1 cup of almond milk that has not been sweetened
  • Frozen blueberries: half a cup
  • 1 and a half avocados
  • a half-cup of ice
  • 2 tbsp. chia seeds
  • Vanilla protein powder is a single scoop (optional)

9. A Laura Fuentes creation, the Peach Cobbler Smoothie.

Frozen peaches, oats, and almond milk combine to make a sweet-tasting smoothie that’s nutritious for you as well as refreshing.


Read also: Guide to introducing solids to your baby



  • 1 1/2 cups of vanilla almond milk unsweetened
  • Oats, Old Fashioned, from Quaker, 1/2 cups
  • frozen peaches, 34 cup
  • 3 cubes of ice

10. Laura Fuentes’ Pineapple Green Smoothie

You can prepare a great pineapple smoothie with just four ingredients, and it doesn’t taste like anything green or leafy.


  • 1 quart of almond milk
  • 1 cup pieces of frozen pineapple
  • a couple of handfuls of freshly harvested spinach
  • 1-tbsp. vanilla whey protein

Smoothies Making Instructions

The process of making smoothies is quite easy and only takes around five minutes to complete.

  1.  Add all of your ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Using a blender, press the smoothie button, or start on low speed and gradually increase to high speed for 2-3 minutes. You don’t want to under-blend your fruits and vegetables because you want them all to be absolutely smooth.
  3. Adding more milk or drink might help thicken the smoothie if necessary. Smoothies with a thicker consistency are preferred by children because they are easier to sip using a straw.
  4. Serve in a cup with a tight-fitting cover.

Smoother Smoothies with These Advice and Tips

  • Your smoothies should be well blended in order to remove any chunks of fruit or vegetables (not many youngsters enjoy clumps of spinach in their smoothies. The smoothie preset on your blender can be used, or you can start with low speed and gradually increase the speed to high for 2-3 minutes.
    If you don’t have fresh vegetables on hand, don’t let that stop you from making smoothies: frozen foods are your friend. For smoothies, I have a supply of frozen bananas, fruit, and greens on hand.
  • It certainly makes a difference to use frozen bananas instead of ice in your smoothies: I’ve been doing so for the past year. With frozen bananas, you don’t need to add extra ice to make the smoothie creamy and smooth. I sliced any extremely brown bananas (the kind you’d use in banana bread) into eight equal pieces before using them. After that, I put the pieces in a freezer-safe bag and store them. In order to make a smoothie, I take 8 pieces and know it’s around the size of one banana. It’s a major breakthrough!
  • Smoothies for kids can always benefit from the addition of probiotic-rich yogurt. You can add a few tablespoons up to a quarter cup to the smoothie mix without making any major changes. The tartness of Greek yogurt may necessitate the addition of additional sugar if you are using plain yogurt.
  • I’ve discovered that making smoothie bowls with your toddler or kiddo is a great way to get them to eat smoothies since it allows them to add their favorite toppings (such cereal, dried fruit, chopped nuts, coconut flakes or granola) to the smoothie.


Here are 10 wonderful healthy smoothies for kids. They taste great and amazing, kids friendly and it can also be their favorite meal. Try these wonderful recipes and thank me later.


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