201 Healthy Smoothies and Juices for Kids: Fresh, Wholesome, No-Sugar-Added Drinks Your Child Will Love
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<h2>More than 200 delicious alternatives to sugary drinks!</h2>
Quenching your kids' thirst in a healthy way is easier than ever! Now you can whip up these delicious and nutritious smoothies and juices—and your kids will be begging for more!
Let them drink up—what they don't know about all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients they're getting won't hurt them. In 201 Healthy Smoothies and Juices for Kids, you'll find all the essential recipes you need to replace boring, sugary, one-fruit bottled juice with satisfying, nourishing combinations that will: * Boost young immune systems
* Balance natural sugars with essential vitamins and nutrients
* Sneak in extra servings of fruits and vegetables even the pickiest eater won't pick up on
* Replace soda and pricey store-bought drinks—for good!
With this book, you'll introduce your children to the wonderful flavors of fruits and vegetables with every delightful glass—and your kids will be begging for more!
satisfy them until you have time to pull yourself together, like getting dressed, before the chaos begins. TWO ½-CUP SERVINGS 1 orange, split into segments 3 carrots 1 Juice the orange plus the carrots. 2 Stir together or shake in a cup that has a secure lid. NUTRITION NEWS: Choosing Oranges Choosing oranges isn’t difficult because they generally are picked when they are ripe and are available most of the year. Choosing the best oranges to juice, however, isn’t as easy. The best
pineapple, pears, and lemon into a single pitcher or cup. 2 Mix thoroughly in order for all juices to be well combined. TIME SAVER TIP: Storing Juices Make juice today, and then drink it tomorrow. The ultimate time saver is to be able to do things ahead of time and have them ready. While homemade juice tastes best when it’s fresh, it’s not always convenient for families with small children to drink it right away. Juice from melons does not store well and should be consumed right away.
berries 1 cup Greek-style yogurt 1 Combine spinach, bananas, berries, and ½ cup yogurt in a blender, and blend for 20 seconds. 2 Add remaining yogurt, and blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until all food is processed and smooth. DIY: Make Greek-Style Yogurt Because Greek-style yogurt is concentrated, you get more protein and health benefits from eating it as compared to regular yogurt. It’s simple to make if you don’t want to spend the extra money on commercially prepared
Moonberry Mug Oh, Nuts! Brainy Bananarama Forget Me Not, Apricot The Duke’s Cuke Peter Piper’s Pumpkin Smoothie Sweet Lemon Treat Tambourines and Tangerines Alexander the Grape Citrus Squeezer Teaser Peaches and Dreams Nuttin’ Honey Tropical Pineapple Punch Luscious Lemon-Lime Crashing Coconut Coolers Invasion of the Banana Snatchers Sweet and Sassy Strawberry Delight The Cucumber King Parsley Party Punch JUICES Help-Me-Hydrate Melon Citrus Juice Spinapple Blazing
baking sheet. Put in the freezer for an hour or longer. When melon is mostly frozen, push them onto a skewer in a colorful pattern. Use the melon skewer in individual cups for decorating. Drink the juice and then eat the melon. Orange Lemonade Lift-Off Simple and sweet, this orange-and-lemon drink only needs two ingredients. Serve this juice for a refreshing midafternoon pick-me-up and it is sure to wake up tired tots. TWO ½-CUP SERVINGS 3 oranges, peeled 1 lemon, peeled 1 Juice