Swell Smoothies: Pre-Made for Toddlers April 24 2017, 0 Comments

Amazingly simple and nutritious premade smoothies for kids
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You're a busy mom so we will keep this simple. Got a picky baby or toddler that doesn't eat? Sensory issues can also lend themselves to food and texture avoidance. Making a large batch of smoothies in advance and freezing them in reusable pouches is a great way to add more nutrition to your toddler's diet and experiment with flavors they already love while sneaking in the good stuff.
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Brooke's Recipe is easy to tweak for dairy free, or various fruit/veggie combos.
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Pre-Made Toddler Smoothies
2 cups Ripple Milk (high protein pea milk we love from Target)
Two large spoonfuls of yogurt (Greek in this case)
Two spoonfuls of ground Chia seeds
A handful of frozen butternut squash
Two handfuls of frozen blueberries
A scoop of frozen spinach
Two handfuls of frozen strawberries
A handful of sliced frozen peaches
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Blend and this recipe should fill up 6-8 reusable frozen pouches. We found ours on Amazon and love them! We need to make carpool and our kids wake up just 20 minutes before arrival time. Grab a pouch, set it in some warm water while getting dressed and it should be thawed enough to enjoy on the way to school.
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Healthy Toddler Smoothies