Since my daughter started kindergarten, getting her to eat in the morning is impossible. She comes home from school in the afternoon starving! I have been trying to find quick and easy ways to get a little something substantial in her belly before she heads off for the day. She’s been loving smoothies!
Mixed Berry Smoothies
I love to keep frozen berries in the freezer for times when fresh berries like these aren’t in season or on sale. I always keep frozen bananas in my freezer for smoothies. When they get too ripe on my counter, I peel them and put them in a freezer bag for later use.
How to make these Mixed Berry Smoothies
1 banana, ripened
1 1/2 cups mixed berries, fresh or frozen3/4 cup plain, vanilla or strawberry yogurt
1 tbsp honey
Blend ingredients together with ice.
If you find that your smoothie is too thick, add a splash of apple juice or your favorite type of milk of choice until it reaches your desired consistency
- 1 banana, ripened
- 1 1/2 cups mixed berries, fresh or frozen
- 3/4 cup plain, vanilla or strawberry yogurt
- 1 tbsp honey
- Blend ingredients together with ice.
- If you find that your smoothie is too thick, add a splash of apple juice or your favorite type of milk of choice until it reaches your desired consistency.
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