Shaping Up: Try this recipe for a Pink Princess Smoothie

Jessica tries her hands at making a Pink Princess Smoothie.
Jessica tries her hands at making a Pink Princess Smoothie.

Here’s a quick and simple smoothie recipe that you can try with your kids.

The Pink Princess Smoothie was named by my daughter, Jessica.

It’s packed full of healthy ingredients and it tastes great as well.

By the way, giving your recipes cool names is a great way to engage the kids and get them involved in the preparation process.

INGREDIENTS:

Serves 2:

200ml almond milk

25g wholegrain oats

1 banana

1/2 punnet raspberries

Squirt of honey

METHOD:

Put all ingredients into a blender and blitz until smooth.

Serve immediately.

* Your Trainer: Graham Low, owner of East Coast Fitness, is an award-winning personal trainer based in Seaham.

The ex-professional footballer was nominated for the Small Business of the Year and Leisure Awards at the Sunderland Echo Portfolio Awards last year.

Graham won the Leisure Award at the North East Hotels Association Awards while working as gym manager at Seaham Hall in 2012.

For personal training, boot camps, small group training and online programmes email graham@eastcoast-fitness.com or visit www.eastcoast-fitness.com