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Pregnancy, Breastfeeding & Baby Smoothies For You To Try!

Published by Stylish mamas.

Date: 08/07/2016.


Love smoothies? We may have just the thing for you! Its a quick and easy way to get those nutrients and it takes you just a few minutes to prepare! We have put together 2 delicious smoothies for you to try and 1 for your little one! (who is to say you can't make it for yourself! :) We have put one for when you are pregnant, breastfeeding and for your little one when they are old enough to try one! Enjoy! :)

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For you when pregnant!




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Ginger and Peach healthy pregnancy smoothie.

Struggling to eat your prenatal vitamins?! This ginger peach smoothie recipe is packed with vitamins A and C and for a delicious healthy pregnancy diet!

Peaches are full of prenatal nutrients Vitamin A and Vitamin C and the touch of ginger in this smoothie can help ease a queasy stomach and pregnancy nausea!



• ½ Cup Peaches, peeled and sliced (or canned peaches, drained)
• 1 Cup Low-fat yogurt
• ¼ Cup Mango juice
• ½ Tsp grated fresh ginger



Just pop all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Add ice to taste and, if a thinner smoothie is preferred add grape or apple juice until the required consistency is achieved.

Shared by Fitta mamma.



For you when Breastfeeding!


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Strawberry Banana Lactation Smoothie.



1 cup calcium fortified milk (I use coconut milk because I’m lactose intolerant)
handful of strawberries
1 banana
handful of spinach
1 Tbsp almond butter
1 tsp of chia seeds
Ice as needed


Mix in blender and serve!

Shared by Lauren Mcbride.


For your baby or toddler!


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What I love about smoothies is that you can squeeze plenty of nutrient-rich foods into a single drink, including many ingredients a young child might not eat on his or her own. For example, leafy lettuces have a tendency to make my son gag, but they blend seamlessly into a smoothie that he’ll gulp down. The same goes for ingredients like chia seeds and avocados– he doesn’t necessarily love them on their own, but he’ll happily enjoy them in liquid form.

In each smoothie, I aim to include the following three categories.

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1. Fruit, which is loaded with vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber
2. Greens, which are high in iron and folate
3. Healthy fats, which are necessary for brain development.

The fruit ensures that the overall smoothie tastes good, and then I sneak as many other healthy things into each drink as I can. Here are a few of my favorite ingredients from each category:

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The amount of these ingredients can vary in each smoothie, but the general ratio I use looks something like this:

1 cup water
1 cup frozen fruit
1-2 handfuls of leafy greens
1 serving of fat (i.e. 1 teaspoon oil, 1/4 avocado, 1 tablespoon nut butter)
Extra add-in, such as dates, fresh ginger, or cinnamon.

Below you’ll find a few of my favorite combinations to help you get started, but the possibilities are endless!

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Additional Tips

• Make sure you’ve introduced all of the ingredients to your child separately, before putting them in a smoothie, to make sure you’ve ruled out any possible food allergies.
• Rotate the ingredients you use often, to ensure your child gets a variety of nutrients.
• The smoothie recipes above make roughly 12 ounces total, which fits into two Squeasy Snacker pouches. I use these reusable pouches daily and can’t recommend them enough. Made with food grade silicone they are easy to transport for snacking on the road, and they give my son the independence to feed himself– which is very important to him at this age! Plus, they don’t spill when you drop them, which is a nice bonus for keeping my home and car clean.

As I mentioned above, it’s important to make sure your child doesn’t have any allergies to the ingredients you use, but otherwise these smoothies are all appropriate for babies 6 months and older. (The AAP recommends not giving solids to babies until they are at least 6 months of age.)

Shared by Detoxinista.


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