Anyone see who drank my smoothie?

Anyone see who drank my smoothie?


One of the things we struggle with is getting the kids to eat healthier. They each have texture and or color issues with food. I have found that allowing them to make a smoothie seems to “override” some of the sensory issues. I can sneak all kinds of veggies in there. Anyone else have success with this???

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YES! This is the only nutrient rich food I can get my son to eat. Problem is: he has major sensory issues…so the blender scares the living daylights out of him. As a single Mom with 2 small children, it's very hard to figure out how to drown out the noise of the blender when there's no one to take my son out of the house for a min! Sneaking veggies into the smoothie proves hard for me…my son can usually catch on. Only one that seems to slip past his keen sense of texture and taste is cauliflower. I also add some powdered fiber to the smoothie so his constipation issues are quite so severe with his limited diet.

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