Frozen Smoothie Packs

Smoothies are all the rage right now. Especially green smoothies or at least ones that have spinach or kale in them. A bit ago I showed you how I freeze yogurt and make yogurt cubes, ready to go for smoothie making.  I’ve put my cute little green ice tray to good use and decided to freeze left over carrot juice too. Which got me thinking…… why not make my own individual frozen smoothie packs like the ones I’ve purchased at Costco for quick making smoothies?Frozen Smoothie Packs |

Having pre-made packs with all the ingredients right at your fingertips may save you decision of NOT making a healthy snack over choosing something unhealthy.  These make smoothie making quick! Fast!

Frozen Smoothie Packs – Make Your Own!

Having frozen smoothie bags makes it so much easier for kids to make a smoothie.  Less work for mom, less mess and it makes the kid feel a little more independent, not to mention that you still control what goes in their smoothie!  Better nutrition!  Every bit helps.
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For these packs, I chose:

  • Mixed Berries
  • Blueberries
  • Spinach
  • Frozen Carrot Juice
  • Frozen Yogurt Cubes

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Having cute baggies may help your kids think it’s extra special.  I just thought they were cute! Now all my family needs to do is grab a baggie and start making their smoothie.

Magic Bullet Blender Mixer System
I use my magic bullet when making just one smoothie, but you could certainly make larger packs for serving multiple smoothies.  I plopped these ingredients into my magic blender cup, added enough water to fill it half way, and blended.  That’s it! No adding ice since the frozen yogurt and carrot juice gave me enough slush.

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I’m thinking I need to freeze my left over green juice and add green juice cubes to my frozen smoothie packs.

Other addable options:

  • toasted flax seeds
  • kale
  • frozen protein powder cubes – mix with water first of course
  • apple juice cubes
  • beet juice cubes
  • chia seeds
  • frozen bananas, pineapple, kiwi, mango……possibilities are endless.
  • frozen canned pumpkin

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Since 2007, Kim has been sharing tips and tutorials on how to live a creative life. Owner/Founder of Today's Creative Blog and where inspiration happens everyday! From the Pacific Northwest, Kim is a busy mom who adores her teen son, her middle aged husband and is constantly wiping the muddy paws of her adorable Labradoodle Maybelline. In her spare time, she teaches fitness classes and loves to decorate with thrift store bargains. You can also find Kim once a month on Portland's AMNW Morning show as their "creative expert". Life is more fun when it's creative!





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  1. says

    OHH! love the frozen pumpkin idea for smoothies! these would be awesome to take up to the lake during the summer for “treats” too! great idea! xo!

  2. Nicole says

    Thanks for sharing this great idea! I am in Australia, but just wondering where you buy your cute owl baggies? Thanks, Nicole :-)

      • Nicole says

        Thanks for sharing Kim, I don’t think Australian Target has anything like that but I will get my friend in States to look for me :-) I have just found your blog today and it is great!

  3. says

    I love your owl bags! :) Super cute! 😀 I may have to just do some “mandatory” shopping for soem of these! :) 😉

    When I see fruits and veggies not being eaten in my house and they are starting to look worse for the wear I pop them in the freezer for a blend or a casserole later :).

    I love how you gave so many options here! Definitely passing this post onto my sister who loves her some smoothies too! :) Thank you! :)