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Sneak in the Green for St. Patrick's Day

5 green smoothie recipes



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With St. Patrick’s Day less than a week away, it’s time to start thinking about what you will be serving your friends and family for this fun green holiday. Have you been trying to figure out away for your family to eat more fruits and vegetables? St. Patrick’s Day might be the perfect opportunity to “sneak” some healthy greens into your family's diet. 

This year celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in a healthy and delicious way. No food coloring is necessary to make these drinks festive. These green smoothie recipes contain natural ingredients and essential nutrients to help keep you and your family energized and healthy, and these smoothies are so delicious your family will never know that they are jam packed with fruits and vegetables. The sweetness of the fruity ingredients gives the smoothies a flavor that’s appealing to children (and adults too!). Green smoothies give parents seeking healthy eating options for kids a huge advantage.

These green smoothies might even become a favorite daily healthy (shhhh!) snack!

Green Smoothies

What's your family's favorite smoothie recipe? Please share in comments!

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