The beetroot smoothie recipe, with banana and pineapple, has an intense red color. It is particularly high in vitamin C, Manganese, Folate, B6, and more. With this, the red smoothie is a great immune system booster.
Its sweetness satisfies any appetite for something sugary. With this in mind, serve the smoothie as a dessert or a sweet, healthy snack in between.
Transform the red smoothie into a healthy breakfast by adding half a cup of oats before blending.
The oats provide longer-lasting slow-burning sustenance and help kids to stay alert for longer. For variation, spice-up the smoothie with a pinch of nutmeg.
The choice of liquids, to add to your smoothie, is numerous. Tried, tested, and approved with the beetroot fruit combination is almond milk. Alternative base liquids to add are water, full cream milk, sour milk products such as yogurt, or kefir. The choice of base liquid influences the creaminess of the outcome.
By choosing a nut-milk, soy-milk, or rice-milk the beetroot smoothie supports a vegan diet. The amount of liquid, in relation to pureed fruit, gives a more or less runny fruit drink.
By following this link to how to make a smoothie, you can read up on tips, tricks, and ideas on creating the best kids' smoothies.
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