By GreatSchools Staff
Whether you use the fresh fruits of summer or the frozen variety in winter, the result is a nutritious and ever-popular drink.
Here are some of the many reasons smoothies make good food sense for your children's breakfasts, lunches or just about any time of the day:
Try the variations below, or feel free to mix and match to create your own favorite combinations.
Fresh or frozen berries can be used for this smoothie. Keep in mind that the riper the fruit, the sweeter the drink will be. Add more fruit or even a little honey for a sweeter version.
Place all of the ingredients in the blender. Blend to desired consistency.
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