201 Healthy Smoothies and Juices for Kids: Fresh, Wholesome, No-Sugar-Added Drinks Your Child Will Love

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Adams Media, May 16, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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More than 200 delicious alternatives to sugary drinks!

Quenching your kids' thirst in a healthy way is easier than ever! Now you can whip up these delicious and nutritious smoothies and juices—and your kids will be begging for more!

Let them drink up—what they don't know about all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients they're getting won't hurt them. In 201 Healthy Smoothies and Juices for Kids, you'll find all the essential recipes you need to replace boring, sugary, one-fruit bottled juice with satisfying, nourishing combinations that will: Boost young immune systems Balance natural sugars with essential vitamins and nutrients Sneak in extra servings of fruits and vegetables even the pickiest eater won't pick up on Replace soda and pricey store-bought drinks—for good! With this book, you'll introduce your children to the wonderful flavors of fruits and vegetables with every delightful glass—and your kids will be begging for more!

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Contents

Introduction
8
The Yummy Honey Bunny
43
J U I C E
64
Copyright

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Amy Rosekelley, Founder of SuperHealthyKids.com, is a mother of three and a graduate of Health Education. She spent 10 years with the Department of Health. She developed the Healthy Habits Plate to help parents and kids better understand how to portion fruits, vegetables, and meat at every meal. Her blog won the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution Blog of the Month for January 2011, and has been featured on several prominent food blogs.

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