Sneaky Breakfast Smoothie for Kids

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Some days my kids do not want to eat their breakfast. I do believe that breakfast is the most important meal, especially for kids. During the school year, they need nutrition to make it through their busy mornings.

When the kids get picky, I get sneaky. “Hey kids, do you want some ice-cream for breakfast?” YES!!! Sneaky breakfast smoothie it is! Here’s how I make this work.

Sneaky Breakfast Smoothie For Kids | Real Food RN

Sneaky Breakfast Smoothie For Kids

If you have picky eaters, this is a perfect way to get them to eat breakfast AND get lots of nutrition into their diet.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Raw Milk Kefir or Coconut Milk
  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt (for minerals)
  • 1 cube frozen liver
  • 1 cup frozen berries
  • 1 handful organic greens
  • 1-2 cups ice
  • Extra optional additions: chia seeds, shredded coconut, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, raw pastured egg yolks, goji berries, fish oil....anything you want to sneak in!

Instructions

1. Blend everything in a high power blender, add enough ice to make it an ice-cream consistency.

2. Serve immediately.

3. Sneaky, sneaky!

Notes

Learn how to make raw milk kefir here.

Here is how I make liver cubes in this post.

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16 Replies to “Sneaky Breakfast Smoothie for Kids”

  1. The addition of liver is intriguing and not something I’ve thought of adding to smoothies, though I do raw eggs, spinach, and flax seed. My freezer has more liver than I know what to do with! Can you tell more about how you do the cubed liver? Do you puree it while it’s frozen? Do you add it to the smoothie raw, or how does that work?? Thanks!

  2. Could you expand on the liver a bit more? What kind and how do you prepare it? Is it cooked? The idea interests me if I could get away with it.

    1. Liver is one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet. I buy organic grass-fed liver. Usually lamb liver because it has the least “livery” flavor. I puree it and freeze it in ice-cube trays. Then I have liver cubes to add to food. I highly recommend this book if you want to know more about traditional, nutrient dense foods and cooking methods —-> https://amzn.to/13lkdTI

  3. How do you make the liver puree?
    I grew up in northern Greenland, and occasionally ate raw seal liver (it’s much better than it sounds, I love it – best liver there is), but I don’t like the other livers, so your method would be good to sneak it in.
    I love your blog and check it daily, keep up the good work!

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