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Cute Brekky Ideas: Unicorn Smoothie Bowls for your Kiddos!

Starting my day with a healthy, easy and yummy breakfast is my number one thing on my “happy list as soon as I wake up”. Raising two little ones and teaching them all about food gotta be one of my favorite parts of this thing called motherhood.
I know sometimes it’s hard to show our kids the benefits of eating real food when they are so little. I’ve learned in the past that you need to make it fun, REAL fun! This Fall, I promised to change my regular eggs and toasts for a smoothie during the week, I feel it is so versatile, simple but delicious, right?
When we talk all about the ingredients we use to prepare our smoothies, especially fruits, I find it’s super important to find ready to-go frozen fruits, it’s all in the little details like ensuring our fruits are coming from honest growers, keeping their taste and nutritional value after being frozen. It’s relieving to know that Nature’s Touch has the highest in safety standard and quality control. In partnership with Nature’s Touch, we prepared the sweetest unicorn smoothie bowls during our morning routine for Nico and Oli, showing them how our brekkies are as dreamy as eating on mama’s bed (yes, I broke all the rules by doing this).

Scroll down to get the full recipe while listening to our fave morning tunes!

Nature’s touch frozen fruits are not only delicious but full of nutrients. I loved their 2-Go packages (grapes and mangos), packed in 5 small bags of 100g each, so perfect to pack in Nico’s lunch box and my daily snack baggies. Win! 

Ps. there’s no sugar and additives added,  so I know the kids are eating well.

Step by step smoothies with my little helper, Oli!Looking for Nature’s Touch products now, right? Find your nearest store here

Unicorn Smoothie Bowls with fresh thymeserves 2-3What you’ll need:

  • 2 (200g) of Nature’s Touch Grape-2-Go packages
  • 2 (200g) of Nature’s Touch Mango-2-Go packages
  • 1 cup of Nature’s Touch Strawberries Tested for Pesticide
  • 1 tsp of flaxseeds
  • 1 tsp of chia seeds
  • 2 tbsp of milk (we used skim milk)
  • 2 tbsp of greek yogurt with tons of protein (I love a 20g protein base)
  • a bit of thyme


  • strawberries 
  • bananas 
  • edible flowers (yes, Oli was shocked to see them)
  • Unicorn lucky charms cereal (I had to)
  • fresh thyme
  • chia seeds 
  • coconut flakes

How to? 

  • Blend all the smoothie ingredients until you have a smooth and thick mixture for the bowls. I did a thinner version for them to drink as well. Garnish your bowls with your fave tops, and yes, lucky charms are the key to see their happy faces, ok?

This was priceless!

My little cutie, loving her smoothie and lil’ umbrellas!

Let’s go and yes, jump on mama’s bed!

Endless thanks to Nature’s Touch for sponsoring this post.Be sure that our morning happiness, smoothie cravings and all opinions expressed here are entirely ours. 

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