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Celebrating holidays with a few simple ideas is one of my favorite things to do with my boys. From special cupcakes, traditional food or even a themed smoothie, there are many ways to celebrate holidays without going too crazy. While I am partial to my Lucky Charms cupcakes, I’d thought I share an easier and healthier idea that is still fun for the kiddos. How about a fun St. Patrick’s Day smoothie with an extra kick courtesy of a little bubbly fizz courtesy of 7UP®?
St. Patrick’s Day Smoothie Ingredients
- 1 C sliced frozen bananas
- 1/2 C chopped frozen pineapple
- 12 oz 7UP
- green food dye
I like to keep sliced frozen bananas in the fridge for smoothies, so we always cut up bananas that have turned too ripe and store them in a plastic bag in the freezer. If you leave the bananas whole, it can be harder on your blender. to You could buy fresh or frozen pineapple to make this smoothie but I find it just as easy to freeze crushed canned pineapple. Just place a plastic storage container with crushed pineapple in the freezer and it will be ready to use within a few hours.
Once your fruit is frozen, you are ready to combine it with a can (12 oz) of 7UP in the blender. Add a few drops of green food dye and blend again to complete the fun St. Patrick’s Day smoothie. This makes two servings and can be doubled depending on the size of your blender.
While bananas are staples in our house, sometimes we run out pretty quick. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to pick up all the necessary St. Patrick’s Day smoothie ingredients including the bananas and 12-pack of 7UP at my neighborhood Walmart store.
Smoothies are naturally a fun breakfast drink but with the addition of the bubbly 7UP, I think this St. Patrick’s Day smoothie would be a fun addition to your St. Patrick’s Day dinner too. Who doesn’t love corned beef and cabbage with a side of green smoothie?!
If you prefer more of a punch style drink, don’t miss my Grandma’s Fruit Crush Punch, you could add a little green dye to that recipe too!