This quick and healthy Carrot Smoothie is the perfect drink to serve on Easter morning. Naturally sweet carrot juice is a surprising hit with the kiddos, and if you call it “Bunny Juice” like we do, of course they are apt to like it even a little bit more.
Morning smoothies are a staple in our house. They are so easy to throw together and it is amazing how much nutrition you can pack into one single serving. Smoothies are also a great after school snack. If we ever have appointments right after school, they are easy to transport and drink on the way.
If you’ve never had carrot juice, it is surprisingly sweet. When paired with frozen pineapple and orange juice, it makes a delicious smoothie your kids will ask for again and again. You can find carrot juice in the produce department of any grocery store.
Of course, the beauty of smoothies is you can vary and alter the recipe to your family’s taste. If you have more adventuresome eaters, you can throw in a little spinach. If you have a ripe banana lying about, toss it in too. I love the taste of ginger with carrot, so I’ve been known to add a bit of it. Maybe it isn’t fair to call this a recipe? Maybe it should be called a starting point?
- 2 cups carrot juice
- 2 cups orange juice
- 2 cups frozen pineapple
- Add all ingredients to a blender and puree until desired consistency. Serve immediately.
One last note: this recipe makes a full blender and serves 4. You can halve the ingredients to make just two servings.
What do you think: Will your kiddos enjoy “Bunny Juice” on Easter morning? Leave a comment and tell me your Easter morning tradition.
Andrea has been married to Peter for 20 years, and together they have two teenage daughters. You can also find her and her whole food recipes at The Greenbacks Gal where she finds organic deals, green steals and cooks real food meals.