Green Peach Smoothie for Kids
The tastiest green peach smoothie you’ll ever have! Peaches, banana, almond milk and spinach to make it bright green and super healthy. Your kids will love this!
How to Make a Green Smoothie Taste Good
If you don’t know what you’re doing, you can put in too much spinach or kale and not enough fruit to get the right balance of sweetness. That is when your kids might turn their noses up. If you haven’t made a lot of green smoothies, it is good to start with a recipe. This recipe is delicious and I’ve made it dozens of times!
Need More Protein in your Smoothie?
I put the option of adding greek yogurt in the recipe in case you need to add some more protein as a boost for your kids. You can also swap out the almond milk for dairy milk, cashew milk or something else that you have in the fridge. It makes a perfect breakfast on the go as well! I like to drink mine in a plastic tumbler with a straw on my way to meetings in the morning.
Prep Your Smoothie Ahead
If you love this recipe as much as I do, stock up on fresh peaches during peach season. You can slice them up at home and freeze them yourself so you can save a few pennies and make this smoothie all year long. If you want to make it even sweeter, add a few pieces of pineapple!
Add your sliced peaches, banana, spinach and even Greek yogurt to a freezer safe container and make a smoothie pack to pop into your freezer. When you are ready to make the smoothie, just dump those ingredients into your blender and add your milk. So fast!
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Green Peach Smoothie
- 1 cup almond milk, unsweetened
- 2 cup spinach
- 1 medium banana
- 1 1/2 cup peaches, frozen, sliced
- 1 container (4 oz) Greek Yogurt
- Place all ingredients into your blender and blend until smooth (the greek yogurt is optional)! I love using my blendtec because they have a nifty smoothie button!
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I would think a website like this would be a little more progressive. Boys are the hulk after drinking this juice but little girls have to have their delicate sensitivities protected from the horror of a green colored drink?
I was just giving ideas for parents to play with, I would have loved to be Hulk as little girl! You couldn’t even get my in a dress for a wedding or play with the girls my own age, I was always off hunting salamanders with the boys!
Every kid is different and she is just offering suggestions. My daughter won’t drink any smoothie that is not pink, so I got her a pink tumbler with a pink straw.
Lots of kids with nut allergies. What’s a good substitute for this without almond milk?
Regular dairy milk always works! Coconut work would work too but it does have extra fat…
Can i keep an left over smoothie and for how long in fridge or freezer?
You sure can! I would keep it in the fridge for only a day, but in the freezer for 3-4 days.
Any substitutions for bananas ? My son doesn’t seem to enjoy them in his smoothie.
You could just leave it out! No sub necessary.
I was wondering if using normal 1% low fat milk would work too. Sorry – I’m kind of allergic to all nuts!
Yes! It sure would.
Do I blend all the ingredients before putting them in the freezer?