This easy Hidden Kale Smoothie requires only four ingredients. The banana and kiwi provide flavor and sweetness that keep the kale “hidden” and your kids happy. It’s a perfect way to get your kids to eat a leafy green vegetable they might otherwise turn their nose up at.
If you really don’t think your kids will go for kale, try using spinach instead. Or try one of the other smoothie recipes below.
- 2 bananas
- 1 kiwi
- ½ cup kale
- 15 pieces of ice
- Begin by chopping your fruit into small chunks.
- Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix well or until all large chunks are blended.
- Pour into a glass and top with a kiwi slice if desired and enjoy!
More Smoothie Recipes
Smoothies are a great way for you and your kids to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Here are more smoothie recipes for you to try:
This Peach Smoothie combines milk, peaches, and orange with “hidden” spaghetti squash and/or zucchini. It also includes cottage cheese for protein.
Milk, cherries, spinach, yogurt, and avocado are combined with cocoa and sweetened with date in this Chocolate Cherry Smoothie
Hidden in this classic flavor combination – Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie – is pumpkin and avocado.
Very Blueberry Smoothie is simple and easy with banana, yogurt, milk, and blueberries.