How to Make Healthy Drinks for Kids, Easy Blender Juice Recipes!
How do you get kids to drink healthy drinks when they’re addicted to sugar and soda?
You have fun and make 100% natural drinks with easy blender juice recipes.
One of the worst addictions you can have is a sugary drink addiction. And people of all ages can suffer from it – most especially kids.
So what you need to do is to start making healthy drinks for kids that are not only tasty and nutritious but free from artificial sugar that can mess them up.
These 2 blender juice recipes that I’ll share with you are 100% all-natural and refreshing. And best of all – there are only TWO main ingredients to these recipes. Amazing!!
Let’s get to it and enjoy these healthy drinks for kids that you can make in seconds.
What is the Next Best Thing to Drink Besides Water?
Everybody knows that water is a cleansing, detoxifying, and refreshing drink. But there are times when you want to drink something more flavorful than just plain water.
Most particularly kids. They’ve got a sweet tooth, causing them to have that craving for anything sweet. So it’s typical for some kids to reach for that bottle of soda, store-bought fruit juices, and milkshakes that contain WAY more than just milk…
They feel refreshed after gulping their drink BUT what about the nasty stuff that gets into their body?
There’s high sugar, simple carbs, and not to mention those chemicals from artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, etc. in those drinks.
What’s the best juice for kids, then, that is free from bad components, yet something they will actually enjoy drinking?
Best Drinks Without Sugar for Kids
Sugary drink addiction is very common among young ones. As a parent, you need to support your children’s health and help them to move forward towards a more wholesome lifestyle.
That’s the kind of life they will carry on for the rest of their lives!
It’s why I came up with these 2 healthy kid drink recipes that I’ll share with you in a minute. These are hands down nutritious and tasty beverages made from natural ingredients that boost your health.
Pineapple Coconut Water
Is it tough to entice your kids to eat some fruit?
Then maybe they should drink their fruits instead!
Pineapple coconut water is exactly just that – a healthy drink made from pineapple and coconut water. That’s it!
All you need is a cup of fresh pineapple chunks, coconut water, and a tablespoon of Stevia (depending on how you sweet you want it to be).
Super simple, super easy! You can drink this juice up as it is or make ice cubes that you can add to room temperature water for some interesting flavor.
Perfect to drink after school, great beverage while your kids enjoy their meals.
With a ton of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber, this drink is not only flavorful with a unique taste but it’s also amazingly nutritious!
Raise your hand if you were once hooked on one of those strawberry milk drinks sold in stores. I know I was!
Well, up until my mom read the label and saw that it’s full of weird ingredients… Chemicals and all that stuff.
Definitely not something your child or you should be drinking.
So this strawberry milk drink recipe that I came up with is much healthier and contains only two ingredients – strawberries and milk!
Not only is this healthy drink perfect as a nutritious beverage but it’s also a wholesome snack or dessert. Simply add some yogurt, freeze it, then you have yummy frozen pops to enjoy!
Instead of serving your kids with soda or high-fructose juices, this strawberry milk is the perfect alternative. It’s packed with nutrition, amazing taste, and zero junk that will support your child’s health and well-being!
2 Quick Recipes for Healthy Drinks for Kids
Here’s a step-by-step instruction guide on how to make these 2 blender juice recipes. Go check it out and make these healthy drinks for kids that even kids-at-heart will enjoy!
Pineapple Coconut Water
- 1 cup coconut water
- 1 cup pineapple chunks
- Natural sweetener of choice (Stevia, Agave, Maple Syrup)
- Blend up all the ingredients and add a natural sweetener, if you want it a tad sweeter than it is.
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1 cup fresh strawberries
- Stevia, 1 tablespoon or as desired
- Put all the ingredients in a blender, mix them all up and enjoy!
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Hi, I’m Annette Reeder-
I’m a christian nutritionist. I love Jesus and want to see His people come to walk in the complete abundant life He provides, mind, body, spirit. I love to make healthy food as yummy as possible and then share it with you! I am on mission to keep you on mission.
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