Berry Nectarine Smoothie

Total Time
2mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a combo my 2 1/2 year old DD came up with. I let her choose what she wanted in the smoothie and just threw it all together. She's a pretty good cook for a 2 1/2 year old, it turned out well. The addition of spinach leaves was my input merely for extra nutrition, these are optional.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Blend all ingredients until smooth.

Reviews

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Delicious and easy to prepare the night before for a breakfast on the run - that is in the car or once I get to work. I'm always glad of another smoothie recipe, so that I can vary them. With summer fruits so delicious right now this was great. I used a low-fat yoghurt, which I use only in smoothies: otherwise it's Greek yoghurt and as a baby spinach lover just had to include those. They certainly ensure some added nutrition. This was delicious but next time I make this I'm going to follow DuChick's suggestion and add some flax seeds and maybe also one of my favourite additions - for added nutrition and textural variation - some sunflower seeds. Thanks for sharing, **Mandy** and dd! Made for Gimme 5.

bluemoon downunder February 08, 2009

Hats off to your aspiring young chef, Mandy! She knows what she's doing! I found this combination very refreshing and had the perfect amount of sweetness. I didn't peel the nectarine and added a tablespoon of milled flax seed for extra fiber. Also used FF vanilla yogurt. No trace of the spinach showed in this deep purple healthy treat. Thanks Mandy and DD!

DuChick July 10, 2008

amazing! i actually added kale instead of spinach and it still tasted great!! the only thing was it had a slightly green cast to the purple so i dont know if i could get away with giving it to my sister or anything...

superblondieno2 June 27, 2008

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