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Organic Roots & Berries Smoothie

Looking for an easy, nutrient-dense, toddler-friendly smoothie recipe?! We've got you covered with this yummy (and super pretty!) bright red smoothie by @ssummer_everyday — it's giving us all the spring farmers' market vibes. This smoothie is packed with tons of nutrients  our Organic Roots pouched puree contains 5g of healthy fats, USDA Organic + NonGMO Project Verified veggies, & a whole lot of TLC. 

Roots & Berries Smoothie


  • 4 thick slices of organic cucumber

  • 1/2 cup frozen organic berries

  • 1 Serenity Kids Organic Roots pouch

  • 4 freeze-dried organic beet slices for coloring

  • 1/2 cup organic coconut water

  • Optional MCT oil which is a great source of fatty acids and manages blood sugar levels

  • Other optional superfoods: ginger, chia or hemp

This recipe is a great way to use pouched purees while your toddler is growing into new foods (or use any half-eaten pouches you may have on hand)!


Organic Roots Pouch Spotlight

Organic Carrot

A great source of several vitamins & minerals like vitamin A, K1 and B6, biotin, potassium, and high in beta carotene, an antioxidant pigment.

Organic Sweet Potato

A super nutrient-dense root veggie high in fiber, antioxidants, and beta carotene, which converts into vitamin A to support immune & gut health.

Organic Beet

Loaded with health-boosting vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds like fiber, manganese, potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamins C & B6, and more.

Organic Olive Oil

A gold star for nutritional composition; packed with healthy fats & the antioxidant vitamin E, olive oil helps support healthy immune & neurological development in growing babes.


Have half-eaten pouches or looking to use our purees in new ways? We gotchu! Find more recipes here on our blog & on social for easy meals for your babe(s)!

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As with any new recipe or flavor introduction to your little one, consult with a healthcare professional. All content within this site is not intended as medical diagnosis or treatment and should not be considered a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.

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