If your toddlers love strawberries and bananas, then they will love this Banana Strawberry Oat Smoothie!
My toddlers are always on the go, and making them stop to eat can be such a hassle. I’ve often relied on those pre-made smoothie packs to help fuel their busy bodies, but that can get a little expensive, so I decided to make my own!
Smoothies are a great way to add in servings of fruit, yogurt and even veggies! For these Banana Strawberry Oat Smoothies, I decided to include a serving of oats to bump up the fiber content! Fiber is so important for our kids, because it helps to keep things moving in the right direction! It helps to relieve constipation and keep those guts healthy!
These Banana Strawberry Oat Smoothies taste so good that I normally make enough so that I can have one too! One of the things I really like about this recipe is that it can easily be made dairy free. You can choose to use almond milk, coconut milk, etc… and it will still taste great!
Banana Strawberry Oat Smoothie
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1 fresh banana peeled
- 1 cup milk I prefer to use almond milk
- ½ cup oats
- 1 tablespoon honey if needed to sweeten
- Optional: granola for topping
- Add all ingredients to a blender, and pulse until combined. Add more milk if you desire a thinner texture. Serve immediately and top with extra strawberries, bananas, and granola, if desired.