3 kiwi fruit
4 tablespoons organic porridge oats
8 ice cubes
200 ml organic milk
250 g organic fat-free natural yoghurt
½ cm piece fresh ginger, finely grated
2-3 teaspoons honey, to taste
Smoothies are usually the easiest way of encouraging your kids to try different types of fruit. Simply decide on a good combination of flavours, whiz it all up and drink!
Kids will love to get involved with making these as well because they can chuck it all in and blend it up themselves. Once they know what to do, put them in charge of making smoothies for the whole family at breakfast time.
Top and tail the kiwi fruit and stand them on their ends. Slice the skin off in vertical strips with a sharp knife. Whiz the kiwi fruit with the remaining ingredients, apart from the honey, in a blender for 30 seconds and pour into 4 tall glasses. Sweeten with honey, if you like.
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