How to Make Awesome Summer Juices for Kids

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I have decided to show you three of my most popular juice drinks for those days when the kids need a little pep up and cooling down at the same time.  They are easy to make for or with the kids!

Fizzing Fruity Summer Punch – Summer Juices

This is a perfect thirst quencher and is ideal for youngsters to serve themselves with as well.  You can either squeeze your own juice or just buy shop bought juice for easiness.

Ingredients:

500ml Fresh Orange Juice

1 lemon

500ml Fresh Apple Juice

1 lime

500ml sparkling water

Strawberries

500ml Mango or Pineapple Juice

Preparation the Day Before:

Fill an ice cube tray with the mango or pineapple juice and pop into the freezer.

Put the other juices and sparkling water into the fridge to cool.

On the Day:

Cut the lemon and lime into slices.

Slice the strawberries.

Place the cut fruit into a large bowl or large pitcher and add the fruit juices.

Add the sparkling water to give it a little fizz.

Finish by popping the fruit juice ice cubes.

TOP TIPS:

These are also ideal for barbecues or picnics for grown-ups who are wanting a non-alcoholic drink.

Banana and Berry Summer Smoothies – Summer Juices

A delicious and packed full of goodness which will give youngsters an energy boost as well as quenching their thirst during the warmer months.

Ingredients:

Frozen or Fresh Mixed Berries

2 Ripe Bananas

1 Grated Carrot

(2 ice cubes if NOT using frozen berries)

How to Make it:

Take a blender and add the grated carrot, berries and peeled bananas.  If you are using fresh berries then do not forget to add the ice cubes as well.

Switch on until all the ingredients are fully blended.

Serve immediately in a glass with a straw.

TOP TIPS:

If your smoothie is too thick then add some water, fresh apple juice or coconut water.

If you have spare smoothie left over then pour into an ice lolly maker or an ice cube tray.  Freeze and have as a cold treat!

Green Meanie – Summer Juices

These are great for getting kids to drink their ‘greens’ when it is summer and they are not wanting to eat cooked vegetables.  Tell them it will give them green tongues and teeth!

Ingredients:

1 Avocado

Half Cucumber

Fresh Mint Leaves

Cranberry Juice

1 Carrot

How to Make it:

Peel and de stone the avocado before chopping into pieces.

Grate the carrot and the cucumber.

Chop the fresh mint leaves.

Either pop into a blender or push the ingredients through a sieve.

Add the cranberry juice.

Serve with a straw and a smile!

TOP TIP:

It can take a little experimentation getting the Green Meanie to suit your kids taste.  Try orange juice instead of cranberry juice. Or try watermelon instead of cucumber.  The whole idea is to try to get some of the ‘green stuff’ into them when they may not want to eat cooked greens during the hot summer months!

I hope you enjoy making and trying out some of our Awesome Summer Juice Recipes and would love to hear more about your favourites too!

Want more awesome ideas? Check out these links below!

Summer nature art & craft ideas | Messy Little Monster

Summer acts of kindness for kids | Mum in the Mad House

Color Your Summer: Sidewalk Chalk for Kids | Child Led Life

Low Stress Summer Fun for Kids | Mama Smiles

Summer Flower Sensory Bin for Kids | Adventure in a Box

Awesome Backyard Ideas for Summer |  In The Playroom

Summer STEM Activities for Kids | Kitchen Counter Chronicles

100 Budget Friendly Summer Activities | Something 2 Offer

5 Amazingly Cool Summer Activities for Little Kids | Peakle Pie

How to Make Awesome Summer Juice for Kids | Witty Hoots

Ultimate Guide to Summer Sidewalk Chalk  | Cutting Tiny Bites

Ideas for Summer drawings | Hodge Podge Craft

Summer Alphabet Relay Obstacle Course – Mom Inspired Life

Summer Evenings – Family Fun Ideas with young kids | Rainy Day Mum

Celebrate Summer with Sun Crafts! | Artsy Momma

Summer Fun Activities For Toddlers | Adventures of Adam

35 Beach & Ocean Themed Sensory Play Ideas | Golden Reflections Blog

20 Ideas for Summer Fun with Preschool Kids | Bare Feet on the Dashboard

10 Summer Snacks for Kids to Make – Fun-A-Day!

Quick and Easy Frozen Summer Watermelon Pop  | Little Bins for Little Hands

Frozen Watermelon Cubes for Fruit Flavored Water | Little Bins for Little Hands

Summer Alphabet Activities– Growing Book by Book

Fun with Zoo Animals for Kids – My Bright Firefly

Epic Light Table Ice Legos & More for Summer! – The Natural Homeschool

Summer Preschool Activities – Living Life and Learning

Free Summer Printables – Montessori Nature

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