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Fairies & Smoothies


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I put this compilation of literature and healthy smoothie recipes to introduce my own
child to a life of nutrition and a love for literature. It worked! And it will work for you
too. So grab your blender, and your kids, and have a healthy afternoon of juicy fairy tales.
Table Of Contents
3 Smoothie Recipes
Chocolate Smoothie for Kids
Blueberry Smoothie
Goji Berry & Strawberry Smoothie
3 Classic Fairy Tales by Andrew Lang (The Violet Fairy Tale Book)
“THE THREE PRINCES AND THEIR BEASTS”
“THE PRINCESS WHO WAS HIDDEN UNDERGROUND “
THE STORY OF HOK LEE AND THE DWARFS”
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Chocolate Smoothie for Kids
My daughter and I have been cooking together since she was a toddler. Here is Chef
Hana's favorite Chocolate Smoothie recipe for Halloween Drinks. Kids love it...give it a
try. You will need: Garnish with a plastic black spider on top!
One container of Strawberry Smoothie (from a four-pack).
8 medium-small slices of apples
1 banana
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
1/8 cup of milk
handful 1/2 of ice cubes
1 tablespoon of powered unsweetened chocolate
Put the ingredients in your blender to make a great Chocolate Smoothie. If your
wondering why I put strawberries, it's because I saw that recipe on a t.v. show and did a
lot of adjustments to make it my own!
*Publisher's note: Get kids started on a healthy diet by allowing them access to your kitchen
at a very early age. Adding a bit of vegetable here and there is a great way to sneak in
vitamins. You can make this smoothie and add a teaspoon of fresh spinach leaves or other
leafy green because the sweetness of the other ingredients will disguise the taste of the
green (if done right). You will need to experiment at first.
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