Kid-Friendly Juice Recipes to Keep Children Hydrated

Blend together fresh strawberries, ripe bananas, and Greek yogurt for a creamy and sweet smoothie. This recipe is loaded with vitamins and minerals that kids will enjoy.

Strawberry Smoothie

Create a tropical paradise punch by combining pineapple juice, orange juice, and a splash of coconut water. Serve with colorful paper umbrellas for a fun twist!

Tropical Paradise Punch

Blend watermelon chunks with ice and a squeeze of lime juice to create a refreshing watermelon slushie. Kids will love this icy treat on a hot day.

Watermelon Slushie

Mix lemonade with a variety of berries such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Add a touch of honey or agave syrup for natural sweetness.

Berry Blast Lemonade

Create an apple carrot zinger by juicing apples and carrots together. The natural sweetness of the apples complements the earthiness of the carrots.

Apple Carrot Zinger

Combine orange juice, vanilla yogurt, and a splash of milk to create an orange creamsicle smoothie. It's like drinking a creamy popsicle!

Orange Smoothie

Blend pineapple chunks with coconut milk and ice for a tropical and dairy-free cooler that kids will adore.

Pineapple Coconut 

Make a cucumber mint lemonade by adding cucumber slices and fresh mint leaves to classic lemonade. It's a refreshing twist on a traditional favorite.

Mint Lemonade

Cooling Cucumber and Mint Juice Recipes