Smoothies For Kids Who Hate Vegetables
Pulp Kitchen owner Marie Crawford shares some ideas on how to make nutritional, delicious smoothies for kids, particularly for children who do not like vegetables. Sneaking vegetables into smoothies is a great way to give your child a nutritional boost. Simply by adding some things like strawberries, banana, carrots or apples combined with some greens such as kale or spinach. If you are concerned with sugar intake, you can use unsweetened milk such as soya or almond milk with one sweet fruit and one vegetable which will make a delicious, healthy option that is not overly high in sugar.
Pulp Kitchen specializes in fresh juice elixirs and smoothies. They also offer a selection of nourishing food items such as soup, sandwiches, and salads– and have been operating in Toronto since 2001. Pulp Kitchen’s mission is to make healthy food more available to everyone, and to help educate on the benefits of healthy eating. Their juices are made only from fresh pressed fruits and vegetables, and they offer over 30 unique smoothies and juice blends, each of which have been formulated to contain synergistic and specific beneficial properties. Juicing programs and cleanses are their latest addition to helping build healthier bodies. Pulp Kitchen’s solid food items are free of all animal ingredients, and can be made gluten-free upon request. Pulp Kitchen uses local and/or organic ingredients whenever possible.