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Baby Blueberry “Smoothie” Recipe – The Picky Eater

I really like making fruit smoothies for Layla. It’s an effective way to get a bunch of fruits into her weight loss program directly, and they’re tremendous straightforward to make at residence (and in bulk). You are able to do a bunch of issues with them: combine them into oatmeal for breakfast, flip them into mini popsicles for a snack, or use them for “dessert” on the finish of the day.

The fundamental precept for making them is:

1) Throw a bunch of fruits into a big pot, simmer for 10 minutes

2) Puree

three) Pour into ice dice trays or retailer within the fridge as much as 5 days. Serve in a wide range of methods!

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This specific one I occurred to make was: 2 Natural Fuji Apples, 2 packets frozen Natural Wild Blueberries, 2 packets frozen Natural Mangoes and 1 banana.

Different mixes I’ve provide you with:

– Cherry, Peach, Mango

– Blueberry, Apple, Pear, Banana

– Pear, Apple, Prune

– Papaya, Pear, Banana, Apricot

– Peach, Apricot, Banana

However actually, any mixture of fruits will work nice! You can too throw some spinach into the combo for a “inexperienced smoothie.” As soon as it’s within the ice dice trays it seems like this:

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Every dice = 1oz of meals! I often combine 5 cubes into 2oz oatmeal for Layla’s breakfast every morning.

Child Blueberry “Smoothie” Recipe

Substances

  • 2 packets frozen natural blueberries
  • 2 natural fuji apples, cored and minimize into large items
  • 1 banana
  • 2 packets frozen natural mangoes

Directions

  • Add blueberries, apples, mangoes to a pot, simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Pour right into a blender and add banana
  • Puree till clean
  • Pour into ice dice trays, wrap, and freeze.
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    Baby Blueberry “Smoothie” Recipe

    Recipe by: The Choosy Eater, pickyeaterblog.com

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