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I'll start off by saying that I'm pretty lucky to have kids who eat their greens. But even if I didn't, I think this Spooky Green Smoothie would be irresistible to them. If you have a kid who avoids eating his or her greens, this drink treat (just in time for Halloween) may just be the answer to your prayers.
On a vegetable nutrition ranking, spinach is way up at the top in terms of vitamin and mineral richness. Packed with vitamins K and A, magnesium, and folate — just to name just a few — there's no doubt why Popeye ate so much of the stuff. It gives this delicious drink a beautiful green color as well as a mild, sweet flavor that will surprise you. With the added (healthy) sweetness from banana and agave, this smoothie will be the perfect Hallo-WEE-n treat for your kids and their friends this holiday. My hope is that they like it so much, you'll be making it year-round!


  • 2 Cups milk
  • 2 large bananas
  • 1 Tablespoon honey or agave
  • 4 Cups fresh spinach, packed into the measuring cup


Calories Per Serving158

Folate equivalent (total)78µg20%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg18.5%

Bat Blood Smoothie – Halloween Smoothie for Kids

It’s October so can I now officially starting talking about and planning for Halloween.

Every year I get more excited about this time of year as its the perfect opportunity to get creative with the kids and find new and interesting ways to serve up healthy food to the family!

Today I’m going to share my recipe for this Bat Blood Smoothie. It looks pretty spooky but its packed full of super nutritious ingredients that will help to keep your kids healthy and happy!

Beetroot is a nutritional powerhouse. Its packed with calcium, iron, folic acid and vitamins and is also a great source of fibre and potassium.

Blended together with raspberries and a banana, it makes a really tasty smoothie with a beautiful vibrant red colour.

Making the fun bat jar to go with the smoothie is really easy. You simply need:

  • a piece of orange felt or card
  • two bat wings
  • two bat ears
  • two plastic eyes

Making the jar would be a great activity to get the kids involved in this Halloween half term!

If you are careful when washing the jar, it can easily be reused for lots of different coloured and flavoured smoothies all over Halloween!

If you try this recipe with your little one please do let me know what you think. And tag me in a picture on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #myfussyeater. I really love seeing all your pictures of my recipes and your little ones enjoying them!

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Our smoothie bar offers 100% fruit, no-sugar-added fruit smoothies that are as good for you as they are good-tasting. We also serve protein bars, popcorn, fresh fruits, veggies and other snacks for fast refueling.

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Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

In fall we just can't have enough pumpkin! This pumpkin recipe will amaze you as it has only a few ingredients and can be ready in a matter of minutes. What we love most about smoothies is that you can easily substitute ingredients that have your allergens, so you can adapt it and make it safe for you! Plugin your blender and prepare your tastebuds for a fall drink that will leave you wanting more.

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Spooky Smoothie Bar I used plain black cardstock and a white American Crafts marker to make the labels, then backed them in this fun SpookyTime Matstack from DCWV. I love that some of the papers have glitter and foil accents. The clips are easy – washi tape and clothespins! I hot glued the tags and was ready to get my smoothie on in no time! frozen strawberries, blueberries and raspberries bananas (in half with candy eyes, of course) Orange Juice (with some food coloring to make it yucky looking) vanilla yogurt honey baby spinach you could also make it with water instead of OJ – or dilute it a little ice (optional) Add some black and white straws and a fun (okay, not so healthy) ghost Peeps topper and your kids will think you’re the coolest mom ever. Mine keep asking when we are going to make them again!

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This is fantastic! My girls would love this smoothie bar (they’re smoothie junkies). Pinned!

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What a cute idea! And a great way to get kids to have fun eating healthier.

Going to take your idea and turn it into a halloween yogurt bar with the fixins. Thanks for the ideas!

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Drac’s Spooky Smoothie: A Hotel Transylvania 3 Influenced Dish

Our recipe for Drac’s Spooky Smoothie is a Paid Promotion for Sony Pictures’ Hotel Transylvania 3.

We’re definitely on a roll this week with our family friendly Halloween recipes. Up next, we have a fun recipe inspired by Hotel Transylvania 3! We’ve created Drac’s Spooky Smoothie, a smoothie that’s perfect for a terrifyingly tropical Halloween.

In Hotel Transylvania 3, “Mavis surprises Dracula with a family voyage on a luxury, haunted monster cruise ship. Of course, the rest of the Drac Pack has to tag along, and that’s when things get a little…batty. The monsters are having a great time, indulging in all of the shipboard fun the cruise has to offer, from monster volleyball to colossus-sized buffets and exotic excursions, but then the unexpected happens when Drac falls for the ship’s mysterious (and dangerous) human captain Ericka.”

The bonus features included in the release of Hotel Transylvania 3 are:

Bonus Materials Include:

  • Three All New Scary-Oke Sing Alongs: Sing along to three Hotel Transylvania 3 inspired songs with your favorite characters!
    • “Dennis Had a Giant Dog” – Sung by Dennis & Winnie
    • “Monsters Like to Party Down” – Sung by Johnny
    • “Oh These Wolf Pups” – Sung by Wanda Werewolf
    • Puppy
    • Goodnight Mr. Foot

    The inspiration for Drac’s Spooky Smoothie actually came from one of the bonus features! We loved the idea of the Drac inspired straw and wanted to come up with a cruise inspired beverage to use it in. Afterall, who doesn’t love a tropical treat with an adorable straw? This smoothie is mostly made up of strawberries to give it its blood red color, but it has some other fun flavors as well.

    We hope you love Drac’s Spooky Smoothy! Be sure to pick up your copy of Hotel Transylvania, now available on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital HD! What other family friendly movies would you like to see us create Halloween recipes for? Let us know in the comments below or tag us on social media using the hashtag #GeekEats!

    Green Smoothies

    Another thing that I&rsquom getting really excited about is these green smoothies.

    The green smoothie bandwagon came through a while ago, and you&rsquore probably sick of hearing about how great they are.

    What can I say? I tend to be a bit late to the party.

    In the summer, I love smoothies for a refreshing breakfast, but something about adding greens just didn&rsquot appeal to me in the slightest.

    It took Frankenstein to turn me around. (How many people can say that?)

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