Top four kid-friendly spring drinks

Spring is the air and the weather is getting warm. After a long winter nature is changing its look very fast. Nature blooms with fruits and flowers. Spring produce is more colorful, vibrant, and hydrating than at other times of the year, making it perfect for juicing. Encourage kids to eat and drink more seasonal fruit, and vegetables, in both solid and juice form for a good supply of nutrients. When you offer juice to children you help them consume a lot more nutritious food than you would physically be able to eat at one time. The weather is getting warmer day by day and children are getting interested in more outdoor activities. In this scenario, refreshing drinks not only taste good but also help to cool them down. Here are some fruit juice recipes, given by a dietician of preschool in Buena Park CA .

  1. Orange Strawberry Juice: To make this juice you will need one orange and 3 pieces of strawberries and a small piece of ginger or ½ teaspoon dry ginger powder. Peel and de-seed orange. Add orange and strawberry to the juicer. Add ginger powder. Grind everything to juice. You may or may not strain the juice. The use of ginger in this juice is optional. But, ginger is a good source of potassium, magnesium, and folate. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and boosts the immune system. So it is always better to use a little bit of ginger in the juice especially when you are making it for kids. You can also preserve this juice for 2/3 days in the refrigerator in a Mason jar.

  2. Frozen Fruit Punch:To make it you need 1 banana, one orange, and a few pieces of pineapple. Remove peel and seed from orange, peel the banana. Add all types of fruits to a blender. Blend them well and freeze the punch in a glass container for a few hours until it becomes semi-frozen. In a glass add ½ portion of this punch. Fill the remaining portion of the glass with lime soda. Kids will surely like this refreshing drink. Moreover, you serve three healthy fruits in one serving.

  3. Green Gorilla Juice:To make this juice you will need one cucumber, kale, broccoli stems, lemon, and peers. After removing the peel of cucumber and seeds of peers add all ingredients except lemon in a blender. Blend them and strain the juice. Pour this beautiful-looking green gorilla juice into a glass. Squeeze lemon on it to add a tangy taste and beautiful flavor. At last, add some ice cubes to the juice. It is ready. One glass of green gorilla juice is packed with immune-boosting nutrients. Kale is packed with nutrients that fight viruses and bacteria, cucumbers are added for hydration, peers help lower inflammation, broccoli stems help ward off numerous infections and lemons are full of vitamin C.

  4. Watermelon Juice:This is perhaps the all-timefavorite juice. It is very refreshing full of minerals. To make this juice you will need one whole watermelon and one lime. Cut and deseed the juicy melon. Add them into a juicer. Remove juice. Add lime juice to it for flavor. If needed add sugar syrup.