It’s that time again, the kids are back to school, and we’re trying to find a good balance of healthy breakfasts, lunches, after school snacks, and then dinner. All the while, keeping the kiddos on task, out the door on time, homework finished, quality family time, and reasonable bedtime. Seems like a daunting task some days. Or maybe that’s just me?
Well, I know from experience that my kids definitely want a snack when they get home and smoothies are some of my go-tos for them.
Smoothies are a great way to sneak in some healthy stuff for the fam that they’re still sure to love.
- 1 Cup frozen strawberries (fresh work as well, you'll just need to add ice to the blender)
- 1 Cup plain yogurt
- 1 Cup Almond milk
- 1 Tbsp honey
- Ground cinnamon to taste (I use about 1 Tsp)
- Blend well and serve cold!
Obviously, you can use more or less of each ingredient to make a larger or smaller batch.
Other smoothie ad-in ideas:
- Peanut butter
- Mixed Berries
- Squeeze of lime
- Almond butter
- Chocolate milk
To help our families remember to choose more healthy foods, and an extra bonus for us parents, I’m also sharing this free farmhouse style “Eat Well” printable for your kitchen.
The chalkboard style combined with simply typography will look cute in almost any decor, from farmhouse and shabby chic, to clean lines and modern.
CLICK HERE to print it on an 8.5X11 page or to download & resize however you’d like.
I hope you enjoy this fun little printable and smoothie recipe ideas!
If you like the idea of smoothies for an easy after school snack, your kids may also enjoy these strawberry watermelon popsicles.
I originally shared this super easy, no stress recipe and free kitchen printable last year at A Glimpse Inside as part of her creative contributor team.