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Here are the most delicious fruit and vegetable smoothies that combine sweet, juicy fruits with nutritious additions like fresh spinach, kale, and cauliflower. They offer wholesome options for breakfast or a revitalizing midday treat.

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Healthy Smoothies for Toddlers and Kids

These healthy smoothie recipes are a fantastic way to introduce toddlers and kids to a variety of nutritious ingredients in a fun and delicious way.

Encourage your little ones to join in the process by letting them choose their favorite fruits or helping with simple tasks like pouring ingredients into the blender.

Packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber, these vibrant blends provide a boost of energy and nourishment for growing bodies.

Best Fruits for Smoothies

When it comes to crafting the perfect smoothie, choose fruits that offer both great flavor and nutritional value.

Berries such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries are popular choices due to their rich antioxidants and vibrant taste.

And don’t forget bananas—they bring that perfect sweetness and creamy texture to every sip.

Get creative with your smoothie by adding fruits like mangoes for a tropical kick, pineapples for a tangy twist, or peaches for a burst of sweetness.

Best Vegetables for Smoothies

Need more veggies in your diet? Try vegetable smoothies! They’re a clever and delicious way to boost nutrition, especially for picky eaters like babies and toddlers.

Check out this collection of the 12 Best Vegetables for Smoothies.

Green Smoothies

three green smoothies in glass jars for kids with various toppings surrounding them.

Want to enhance your child’s nutrition effortlessly? Whip up some green smoothies! Packed with vitamins and fiber from spinach and kale, they’re quick, convenient, and perfect for fussy eaters.

Fiber Smoothie

An overhead shot of smoothie in a mason jar with toddler's hand wrapped around.

Looking to increase fiber intake for both you and your kids? Try this delicious Fiber Shake! With raspberries, oats, and chia seeds, it supports digestion, keeps tummies full, and offers various health benefits like regulating blood sugar and supporting heart health.

Sip through a straw or enjoy as a smoothie bowl with your favorite toppings!

Check out these additional natural solutions to relieve constipation in toddlers.

Kale Mango Smoothie

An overhead shot of smoothie with kale and mangoes in the background.

This Kale Mango Smoothie is a so easy to whip up, taking just 3 minutes and requiring no cooking at all. It’s a fantastic way to add some nutrient-packed kale into your child’s diet, and it’s allergy-friendly too!

Plus, with its creamy consistency and customizable flavors, it’s sure to become a favorite for both kids and adults alike.

Carrot Banana Smoothie

Two mason jars, one with a blue straw, filled with the smoothie on a wooden cutting board with sliced carrots and sliced banana.

This Carrot Banana Smoothie is a creamy, sweet, and nutritious delight! With just a handful of simple ingredients blended together, it’s the perfect breakfast or snack option for both kids and adults.

Whether you enjoy it on its own or as a bowl topped with coconut flakes and nuts, this smoothie is sure to become a favorite!

Speaking of smoothie bowls, this Carrot Cake Oatmeal Smoothie Bowl is a must-try!

Broccoli Smoothie

Smoothie in glass cup with mangoes and broccoli in the background.

Looking to add some more green veggies to your child’s diet without a fuss? This creamy Broccoli Smoothie takes the crown! No need to pre-cook the broccoli; just toss it in with some simple ingredients for a delicious and nutritious start to your day.

I’m always trying to find an easy way to incorporate broccoli into various recipes. Some of our top picks are cheesy broccoli bites, broccoli pesto pasta, and veggie nuggets.

Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Three different Greek yogurt smoothies in glass jars.

Treat yourself (and your kids) to a protein-packed Greek Yogurt Smoothie, ideal for breakfast or a satisfying snack! Adding Greek yogurt to your smoothie enhances creaminess, provides probiotics for digestion, and boosts protein to keep you satisfied.

Peach Banana Smoothie

Toddler drinking smoothie.

This Peach Banana Smoothie is a summer favorite, ready in just 5 minutes and loaded with protein and fiber. Ideal for breakfast or a refreshing snack on hot days, it’s versatile enough to enjoy alone or mixed into dishes like oatmeal or quinoa for a tasty twist your family will adore!

Watermelon Smoothie

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A refreshing summer treat, this Watermelon Smoothie is both hydrating and delicious. Whether you sip it from a straw or scoop it up in a bowl, it is sure to become a favorite go-to for staying cool and satisfied during those hot summer days.

Avocado Banana Smoothie

Avocado smoothie in a glass jar with a straw and bananas and avocado in the background.

Yes, avocado is technically a fruit, but since it is not sweet and usually enjoyed like a vegetable, I’ve included it here.

This avocado banana smoothie is perfect for busy mornings or when your kids need a nutritious boost. It’s creamy like a banana milkshake and super versatile – you can adjust the thickness and even mix it into other dishes for added nutrition.

Mango Avocado Smoothie

Two clear mason jars with finished mango avocado smoothies, one with an orange straw in it, along with mango chunks and half of an avocado.

I love adding bananas to our smoothies for extra sweetness and creaminess, but I know many of you have requested an alternative. Here’s a great option to try! Even if you’re a fan of bananas in your smoothie, this mango avocado smoothie offers a refreshing change of pace!


Using a powerful blender makes ALL the difference when making smoothies. You will get a perfectly silky smooth drink every.single.time!

I’ve had my Vitamix for 7+ years and it’s worth every penny! I use it to make all my blender muffinsdips/sauces, smoothiesveggie nuggetspancakes…it’s hands down my number one workhorse.

And this straw cup that comes with a lid is the perfect straw drinking cup for toddlers. It also comes with a silicone cover for grip and to prevent breakage. You can see all of our favorite toddler mealtime essentials here!

Tips for Success

  • Use frozen fruit for thicker and creamier smoothie. It will also make your drink nice and cold!
  • If you prefer a thinner smoothie, add more milk until desired consistency is reached
  • Dairy-free? you can use any of your favorite non-dairy yogurt or milk
  • You can serve toddler smoothies in a straw cup, open cup, or a reusable pouch.
  • Tailor the sweetness level to your liking by adding a touch of honey, maple syrup, or date syrup.
  • Consider adding a dollop of peanut butter, almond butter, sunflower seed butter, or your preferred nut butter. These are great choices not only to introduce healthy fats but also contribute to a creamy smoothie that’s oh-so-delicious.

Storage Suggestions

While it’s best to drink immediately, it can be stored for a day. Just be sure to give it a good shake before serving as separation will occur. If wanting to enjoy on another day, I would freeze them into popsicles! 

You can also double or triple the recipe and freeze in popsicle molds or ice cube trays. When ready to enjoy, add 5-6 frozen cubes into the blender with some milk or yogurt and blend it up!

About Min

Thank you so much for stopping by! I am Min, a Registered Dietitian, a Christ follower, a wife, and a mom to our two miracle babies! Currently, I’m having a ton of fun feeding their tummies and sharing our baby led weaning journey! Follow me on Instagram if interested in seeing daily menu as well as tips and tricks.

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