Holiday Smoothies

30 Nov
Our favourites this season:


Pineapple Julius
Delicious! 
1/2 a pineapple, 2 cups freshly squeezed orange juice
Pink Smoothie
We were surprised at how yummy this was.  Strain for kids or the texture sensitive.
3 bananas, 3 pomegranates seeds, 1 cup water
Tastes Just Like Honey   
My son says this tastes just like honey.
3 bananas, 2 pears, 2 dates, 4 cups leafy greens, 2 cups water

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  1. Marketing Fruits and Veggies to Kids « Mama in the Kitchen - January 12, 2011

    […] because carrots help them see in the dark… or we love drinking Winnie The Pooh’s ‘It Takes Just Like Honey’ […]

  2. How To Market Fruits and Veggies to Your Kids: Tip #1 « Mama in the Kitchen - January 17, 2011

    […] was a great model on eating fruits and veggies.  But while my son loves all kinds of fruit and his ‘Tastes Just Like Honey’ Pooh Bear Green Smoothie, eating salads has not been popular for the past 6 months.  What I […]

  3. How To Market Fruits and Veggies to Your Kids: Tip #3 « Mama in the Kitchen - January 17, 2011

    […] honey, raw oatmeal with honey…).  And we discovered a Green Smoothie our son loves because It Takes Like Honey… thus we have renamed it Pooh Bear’s […]

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