Anything that tastes like pie is a winner. 1
This pretty purple smoothie is sure to be popular with your kids. 2
The tropical fruit acai or dragonfruit is bursting with healthy anti-oxidants and when combined with lots of berries, makes for an incredibly nutritious smoothie snack. These days you can buy frozen, pureed dragonfruit in almost any store, which is convenient for smoothie making.
Find the full recipe on MamásLatinas.
Sweet banana makes this smoothie perfect for kids. 3
Sweet berries and nutritious chia seeds are a great combo. 5
This triple berry chia smoothie is full of antioxidants, protein, and fiber thanks to delicious ingredients like sweet berries and bananas and a handful of chia seeds. It's sweetened with just a bit of agave syrup to make it even more appealing to kids.
Get the full recipe from Jen Elizabeth's Journals.
Kiwi adds a fun twist to this tasty berry smoothie. 6
This blueberry smoothie tastes just like pie! 7
You can use fresh or frozen blueberries to make this smoothie which includes creamy yogurt and a sweet banana to make it taste just like blueberry pie and add plenty of nutrients. You could even top the smoothie with crushed graham crackers to add even more kid appeal.
Get the full recipe from Lemon Tree Dwelling.
This unexpected smoothie packs a nutritional punch. 8
The flavors in this carrot and pineapple smoothie are perfectly balanced. 9
Sweet carrot juice, pineapple, and coconut yogurt are used to give this pineapple and carrot smoothie a balance of delicious tropical flavors and lots of nutrients. Since the smoothie calls for carrot juice instead of whole carrots, it'll have a nice, smooth texture.
Get the full recipe from Celebrating Sweets.
This cherry vanilla smoothie gives us fro-yo vibes. 11
Chocolate banana smoothies totally taste like fudgesicles. 12
Get your chocolate-covered cherry fix with this smoothie. 13
This smoothie is totally reminiscent of a creamsicle. 14
This creamy coconut and mango smoothie is amazing. 15
This coconut vanilla smoothie is packed with protein and naturally sweetened. 16
Turn this smoothie into a full breakfast. 18
The smooth flavors of maple and vanilla help this smoothie go down easy. 19
This peanut butter and oatmeal smoothie is a morning life saver. 20
If your kids aren't into hot avena, try offering them this hearty peanut butter and oatmeal smoothie instead. Each serving includes a whole banana, a quarter cup of oats and two tablespoons of peanut butter, so it offers plenty of calories and satiating nutrients in the morning.
Get the full recipe from Chef Savvy.
This five-ingredient smoothie is a great way to get in some veggies. 21
This simple smoothie features nearly an entire cup of baby carrots, fresh pineapple and banana and some Vitamin C rich orange juice, so it's loaded with vitamins and minerals that your child needs to grow and thrive. It calls for water, but add your favorite milk if you need to boost your child's calorie intake.
Get the full recipe from Savory Tooth.
Anyone would want to eat this gorgeous pink smoothie. 22
You eat with your eyes, right? Whip up this pretty pink smoothie bowl and your kids are sure to love it. The base is made with antioxidant-rich raspberries, mango, oats, protein powder and the milk of your choice, and you can top it with more fruit and maybe even some chocolate chips.
Get the full recipe from Two Spoons.
Make this pumpkin pie smoothie any time of year. 23
This strawberry and chocolate smoothie is a classic flavor combination. 25
Sweet strawberries an mangos are a great pair for kids. 26
Peanut butter and jelly smoothie? Yes, please! 27
This smoothie replicates an old-school date shake. 28
This smoothie is full of summery fruits. 29
A favorite fruit and a favorite flavor are combined in this yummy smoothie. 30
This four-ingredient mango and vanilla smoothie is a perfect easy breakfast option on busy mornings. It's a simple combination of sweet frozen mango, nutritious Greek yogurt, vanilla flavored soymilk (or your favorite milk) and vanilla extract. We're sure you won't get any complaints.
Get the full recipe from Gather for Bread.