Secretly Healthy Blue Smoothie

by Wendy
(Kihei, Hawaii)

(My 17 month old twins LOVE this smoothie!)

1 Cup frozen blueberries
1 Cup fresh spinach leaves
1 Cup plain yogurt
1/2 Cup milk
1 Tbsp honey

1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth
2. Enjoy.

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Mar 02, 2015
i am going to love this
by: bloom

All those ingredients make me feel that this is going to be a really healthy one. The plus point here is that we can make our children drink this with ease and make them have spinach easily.

Feb 21, 2012
how much
by: Anonymous

how many drinks does this make

Mar 22, 2011
by: Cheryl

Two thumbs up from my eight year old! She saw the spinach going in and had doubts, but then loved it!!

Jan 02, 2011
Because it is healthy!
by: Anonymous

Not bad. Our family is accustomed to fruit smoothies but decided to try to add veggies. My kids rated it a 3 overall, lower marks on taste, higher marks on "good for you". I would make it again. Thanks.

Oct 17, 2010
to my surprise
by: Anonymous

Good, surprisingly good. u can smell the spinach but it is not an overwhelming taste, and it is not too sweet. good!!

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