Frozen Smoothie Packs: An Easy Healthy Treat
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Our Frozen Smoothie Packs are a great way to get in a healthy breakfast even on a busy fall day. Customize them with your favorite fruits and vegetables, pop them in the freezer, and enjoy a new flavor every morning.
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Hi everyone! It’s Erica from Messy Momma Crafts. Fall is quickly approaching and that means busy mornings. I wanted to share an easy way to have a healthy but quick breakfast on the go. Frozen Smoothie Packs, just empty one in the blender and be on your way.
Blueberry Banana or Raspberry Apple, you’re sure to find a smoothie combination you’ll like.
How to Make FROZEN SMOOTHIE PACKS:
Smoothie Packs are super easy to prepare and make an easy breakfast or after school treat.
What you need:
Kitchen Tools Needed:
These are the ingredients you’ll need. All the exact amounts are in the printable card at the bottom of this post.
- Fruit: Banana, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, etc.
- Vegetables: Spinach, carrots, kale, etc.
- Yogurt: Vanilla
- Sweetener: We used honey but you can use your favorite sugar-free sweetener too
Smoothie pack Tips
Wash your fruit and veggies.
Always start by washing your fruit and veggies and patting them dry with paper towel and set them aside. This removes the residue and other germs off of them.
CUT YOUR FRUIT INTO SMALLER PIECES.
Cut the larger fruit into smaller pieces, like bananas, apples, and strawberries. The smaller fruits you can leave as is, like blueberries and raspberries. Since you are going to freeze the fruit, you need to make sure they are small enough to blend well.
FILL YOUR FREEZER BAGS WITH 2 CUPS OF FRUIT.
Mix up your fruit in 2 cup portions in your favorite fruit combinations like strawberry/banana, raspberry/blueberry, or banana/raspberry.
Label The Freezer Bags
Don’t forget to label the bags with the fruit combination. It’s so much easier to grab the right bag when it’s labeled.
Add Veggies for more fiber and nutrition
When veggies are mixed in with the fruit, you can’t even taste them. Add a handful of spinach or kale or a few carrot sticks to your fruit smoothie bags. You can also wait and add them fresh.
- Long Wooden Spoon
- Measuring Spoon
- Tall Cup
- 1 Fruit Smoothie Pack
- 1/2 Cup Orange Juice
- 1/2 Cup Vanilla Yogurt
- 1 tbsp Honey
- 1 Cup Ice
- Open a frozen smoothie pack and empty it into a blender.
- Add 1/2 cup of yogurt.
- Add 1/2 cup orange juice.
- Add 1 tbsp honey.
- Add 1 cup of ice.
- Blend on smoothie mode and pour into a tall cup.
If you enjoyed our frozen smoothie packs then you’ll enjoy these sweet treats too.
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