4-Ingredient Strawberries & Creme Breakfast Smoothie Recipe

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Sometimes getting your morning started on the right foot begins with
a delicious smoothie and yummy vitamins.


Mornings in our house are a tad bit hectic. Okay, a lot hectic. And, I’ll be honest with you, getting my kids to be patient for breakfast is like scraping nails on a chalkboard. Or  rather, their complaining while I make breakfast sounds like that. They are convinced they’re literally STARVING! So, I like to make super quick breakfasts, and smoothies are always a go-to for me. Sometimes, the smoothies are simply just to hold them over until the big breakfast. Remember, I’ve got three growing boys. Oh man, I am not looking forward to when they become teenagers. They already eat us out of house and home. At least they’re growing and healthy, which is all that matters to me!

What helps with their health are the multivitamins that they take every morning. I know I’ve mentioned in previous posts about our family trying to live and eat healthier. It’s been a slow process, but I can see progress in all of us. We’re all just happier and feel better. One of the things I’ve been working on changing is transferring over to the natural world as much as possible.

I am not lying when I said that I have been on the search for a good Children’s Multivitamin for almost a year now. My main concerns were finding a multivitamin that was gluten free, has no artificial flavors, has no high fructose corn syrup and no gelatin. I know that sounds picky, but you’d be amazed how many kids’ vitamins contain all those things. I had found one vitamin that worked really well, but it was hard on our budget. I got really discouraged. But then, Zarbee’s came out with their line of Natural Children’s Multivitamins, and I was so excited to find that these multivitamins meet every single one of my criteria! On top of that, they are friendly to our tight budget and they’re delicious. (I may or may not have tried them myself.) Along with making sure their mutivitamins are formulated with essential vitamins (like A, C, and B12), made with fruit pectin (instead of gelatin), have no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners (and are sweetened with honey), and are gluten-free, Zarbee’s has a “yummitment” satisfaction guarantee.


According to my children, they really are “all yum and no yuck.” Like I said, I tried a couple too, and I really liked them. They truly are a natural multivitamin without weird taste.

I like to give my children their multivitamins in  the morning with their breakfast and since smoothies are one of my go-to’s, I’ve been trying to become creative with different smoothie ideas while helping keep their tummies full.


One of those is my Strawberries & Creme Breakfast Smoothie. I call this a breakfast smoothie because it is supercharged with protein.

This smoothie requires only FOUR ingredients! That’s it; just four!


You’re going to need:

  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 3/4 cup honey Greek yogurt
  • 1 scoop plant protein powder (vanilla flavor)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

When you go to put your ingredients in the blender, I recommend putting the plant protein powder in first so that it doesn’t end up spraying all over the inside of the blender. Then, put in everything else.


I always like to do frozen fruits in my smoothies (or at least have one of them be frozen, if having multiple fruits), so that I don’t need to put ice in the smoothie. Ice seems to just water down the smoothie and never really gets small enough for my liking. Using frozen fruit helps keep your smoothie cold while giving you that super smooth and creamy texture.

Once your ingredients are in the blender, blend it on high until it is creamy. I like to use the ice breaker setting (highest setting), as that seems to break through the frozen fruit the best.


Pour your smoothie into a glass, garnish with a strawberry (if you’d like), and enjoy!


This smoothie makes two regular servings or three kid size servings.




  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 3/4 cup honey Greek yogurt
  • 1 scoop plant protein powder (vanilla flavor)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk


  1. Beginning with the plant protein powder, add all the ingredients to a blender.
  2. Blend on high until smooth.
  3. Pour in a glass and serve or enjoy for yourself!

The boys drank this the other day and said it tasted delicious with their new multivitamins.

If you want to pick up your own, they are now available at Walmart and can be found in the vitamin aisle.


I’m so excited because Zarbee’s has more than a Children’s Multivitamin (for ages 4+), they also have a Baby (fortified with iron) option, and a Toddler (for ages 2+) option! This makes me so happy because I now have a natural multivitamin for all of my children, and I can find them all in one place. Talk about a wonderful thing for this busy mom!

I highly recommend you give Zarbee’s Kids Multivitamins a try, especially since they are currently running a $5 off coupon!


You can retrieve this coupon at coupons.com.

What is your favorite go-to smoothie?

Are you interested in trying out Zarbee’s Naturals Kids Multivitamins?

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