This raspberry smoothie with red cabbage is great for getting children to eat more vegetables. It’s totally pinkalicious!
Eyebrows have been raised when I’ve said I’m making fruit smoothies with red cabbage. But honestly, look at this colour, deepened and sweetened with raspberries from our garden. Who could say no?
Well, probably my seven year old would have done had he known what was lurking in his raspberry smoothie. But the beauty of power blenders is you can get away with this kind of thing so long as it looks nice and tastes good.
He has NO idea. Bad mommy.
Raspberry Smoothie Recipe with Red Cabbage
Pinkalicious raspberry smoothie with red cabbage recipe (Breakfast Club)
- 2 bananas pre-frozen in chunks
- 150 g frozen raspberries
- 150 g red cabbage cut in rough chunks
- 500 ml semi skimmed milk or oat milk or soy milk
- Place the ingredients into the power blender jug. Replace the lid and blend for around 45 seconds until completely smooth. It's that easy.
Breakfast Club June 2015
This raspberry smoothie with red cabbage heralds the June edition of Breakfast Club. Breakfast Club is the blogging event originally started by Helen of Fuss Free Flavours but now organised by myself and Andrea at Made With Pink.
Please publish your new post linking to this post and the co-host (which this month is Andrea Made With Pink). If you @mention either of us on Twitter with #BlogBreakfastClub hashtag, Andrea and Sarah will try to RT as many entries as they can.