Apple Pie SmoothieNothing says autumn more than sweet apples and the warm flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. 🥧 This smoothie comes together in minutes, contains nutritious apples and bananas, whole grain oats, and is naturally sweetened by dates!
Shamrock ShakeA kid-friendly spin on the classic St. Paddy's Day shamrock shake, we use kale + spinach to naturally color our smoothie green. Our version tastes like a banana milkshake and is naturally sweetened by dates!
Immune Boosting Citrus SmoothieNow that winter is in full swing, I like to boost my family’s immune system with all my tried and true natural remedies. Our smoothie is packed with oranges rich in Vitamin C, carrots loaded with beta-carotene and Vitamin A (which helps your body create more white blood cells to fight off infection), dates rich with phytonutrients that can stimulate the immune system, manuka honey which is anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti- bacterial (optional for our vegan friends), and ginger that produces strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Mint Hot CocoaNow that the colder winter months have arrived, it’s time to bundle up with our plant-based hot chocolate! Made with Happy Way Cacao Mint Hemp Protein Powder, this superfood powder adds mint chocolate flavor plus a scoop of fiber, iron, and magnesium. It’s also rich in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids that help energy production and strengthen the immune system. Gluten-free, vegan friendly, non GMO, and organically grown, it’s also rich in antioxidants from the added chia seeds!
Pumpkin Pie FloatWhile my kids don’t actually enjoy pumpkin pie, they do love the flavors of this cinnamon infused pumpkin citrus float. The beauty about this drink is it can be made cold in smoothie form or warmed on the stove for a cozy drink to cuddle with under blankets.
Chocolate Blueberry SmoothieLately, we've been making this chocolate blueberry smoothie on repeat for an easy and refreshing summer breakfast. While this smoothie tastes like a chocolate milkshake, it's actually packed with antioxidants, fiber, and omega-3s from added chia seeds and hemp hearts. We throw in a hidden veggie (spinach) and naturally sweeten it with wild blueberries and ripe bananas. You can even meal-prep these smoothie cups, and then just add milk in the morning to blend!
Candy Corn Halloween SmoothieI find smoothies are the easiest way to get my kids to eat their fruits & veggies, so we drink smoothies all year round! We made this Halloween-themed snack with all natural colors (thanks to pineapple, mango, and even pumpkin for some HIDDEN VEGGIES!)
Halloween Frankenstein Monster Smoothie BowlMeet our Frankenstein Monster Smoothie Bowl made with clean ingredients and none of the 𝓼𝓬𝓪𝓻𝔂 artificial stuff. Would you believe that you can get such a rich green color from spinach rather than using the unhealthy chemicals from food dye?? My kids and I both love these 2 smoothies (the green face is a tropical fruit smoothie while the brown is a chocolate blueberry smoothie) because they taste delicious, have hidden veggies, and are perfect for Halloween!
Green SmoothieAn easy way to get my littles to eat green veggies is by mixing them into smoothies. Great for breakfast or snacks, this green smoothie tastes like a banana shake and is naturally sweetened by dates. My son calls it dinosaur juice, and I'm happy to call it whatever he wants as long as I know he's getting his fill of nutrients!