Now that spring is here, fruits are starting to come into season and I love to incorporate them in anyway for breakfast. A Strawberry Kiwi smoothie is a great way to do that!
When I opened the pantry to get some inspiration for breakfast, I saw a pack of my son’s Juicy Juice Strawberry Kiwi juice boxes. He’s a big fan of Juicy Juice (I mean, what kid isn’t?!), and with 100% fruit juice and no high fructose syrup, cane sugar, or artificial sweeteners, I don’t have a problem handing him a box with his after school snack or with dinner!
Back in February, Juicy Juice launched their Flavorful Fun Campaign to help families find a world full of flavor with their 100% Juice line. It’s a pretty cool site with a bunch of recipes help parents get inspired to create meals to get their children excited about trying new flavors!
For breakfast, I’ll be using his Juicy Juice Strawberry Kiwi juice in our smoothie bowls, along with some fresh baby spinach, Greek yogurt, then a little more fresh strawberry and kiwis. Once blended, top with your favorite fruits, and some granola.
It’s light, refreshing, full of flavor, and good for you with plenty of energy to start off your day!
Juicy Juice has 16 flavors in total of their 100% juice line. So if strawberry kiwi isn’t your thing, you have other options to help inspire your next smoothie bowl.
Regardless, of the flavors you use, it’s 100% juice, with all sweetness coming from the fruit themselves. So you’re keeping breakfast lit… or extra fleek. or one hundred.
Whatever the kids are calling it these days, I’m fine with. As long as my picky toddler is eating I’m good with whatever he calls it!