I often add a few TBS of wheat Germ as well to my smoothies for fiber.
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I’ve been on a smoothie kick lately too. I’ll have to try one of your additions next time I make one. I’m really curious about the sweet potato cubes. Thanks for sharing.
Paula Parrish says
I love making homemade smoothies, thanks for the smoothie making tips. ;o)
This sounds so good! I might try it for myself and my kids. They love all kinds of smoothies! and what a great way to sneak some greens in them, as well!
Danielle Reeves says
GREAT idea for hiding a bit more extra nutrition into your kid’s snacks and such – LOVE it! One of my twins is a major drinker….he’d just drink all of his meals if we’d let him. This would be brilliant for him on those days I just don’t want to fight it 😀
I love making spinach and fruit smoothies. My 2-year-old daughter calls them “coffee” and slurps them right down. Hey … whatever works! ha!!
Meredith S says
Wow! Ok first of all, I have never heard of a yogurt maker, so I learned something new! 🙂 I love the idea of dropping some sweet potatoes or spinach cubes into the smoothie as well! I do a lot of the others already. Thanks for sharing this over at Give Me the Gooods Monday!
Jenna LaFevor says
Love me some smoothies! This sounds great! Thanks for sharing at Give Me The Goods Monday! Can’t wait to see what you bring next week! Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof
Lois Erdmann says
I like to add a scoop of protein powder to my smoothies. This just gives me options when I don’t have a lot of other goodies to add. I like using frozen fruit and now I need to try adding the greens. I never gave a thought to drying kale. Great way to use it before it goes to waste.
The kale would really change it up. Sounds easy and definitely healthy. Thanks for linking up.
I make smoothies all the time. I put flax seed, sometimes lettuce or types of juice. I got to buy more protein powder to add also.