Smoothie Recipes

Quick and easy alternative to breakfast cereals. Loaded with nutrients that will help keep you full for longer


  • Curly Kale ½ leaves from stem handful
  • Spinach small handful
  • Avocado ½
  • Blueberries (5-6)
  • Raspberries (5-6)
  • ½ bananas
  • ½ tbls milled Chai seeds
  • ½ tbls milled flax, sunflower and pumpkin seeds
  • Juice of ½ orange
  • Coconut water – approx. 200 ml or to whatever consistency
  • Ice cubes


Put all the ingredients into your blender and blitz until all the lumps are gone.

Smoothies are a great way to get whole good foods into us in an easy way. This recipe has carbohydrate, protein and fats, as well as being nutrient rich in B Vitamins, antioxidants etc. you can substitute any fruit or veg. The best thing is you can get the children involved to make their own. Studies show children that help with meal prep are more likely to eat the food they prepare. Rule of thumb, 2 pieces of veg for an average 1 piece of fruit. Have Kale, spinach and avocado as your base and build from there. Add anything you like.