Off to a good start-apple green smoothie

Apple green smoothie ingredients

We drink smoothies (almost) every day for breakfast, but I tend to gravitate towards all-fruit smoothies. Munchkin is good with fruits, so I know it will go down well. No struggles. Quickly out the door.

But munchkin isn’t eating a lot of green vegetables on their own, and smoothies are the easiest way to incorporate them. So I resolved to make two green smoothies per week. Is that enough? I don’t know. I don’t count nutrition, calories, or pretty much anything. I just thought 2 per week; I can handle.

Don’t get me wrong; green smoothies can be tasty and kid-friendly. Cheeky munchkin finished her whole cup, smiling all the way. I simply need variation to keep me interested instead of doing green drinks all day of the week.

munchkin with green smoothie

The beauty of spinach is that they have such a mild taste but a vibrant color. The taste is unnoticeable, but it can make the texture slightly grainy if using too much. For the yogurt, I used greek yogurt for munchkin’s smoothie (cashew-yogurt for mine) because the tanginess goes along with the apple.

Now. Drink your spinach, munchkin.

apple green smoothie

Also, check out our favorite pineapple green smoothie.

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Apple Green Smoothie

Toddler-friendly tangy green smoothie. 

Course Breakfast
Servings 2
Author whiteblankspace


  • 1 apple cored
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 tbsp honey more to taste
  • 1 tbsp flax or chia seed
  • 1 cup yogurt of your choice
  • mik of your choice to thin out


  1. Blend all ingredients in a blender.

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