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“Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo” Berry Smoothies

Thanks to Disney Magic of Healthy Living for sponsoring this post. Watch their fun-for-the-whole-family new video series Dishes Inspired by Disney and click here to get more healthy, magical recipes inspired by your favorite Disney movies. 

Who doesn’t love the scene in “Cinderella” when the Fairy Godmother materializes out of thin air, and magically transforms Cinderella, a pumpkin and her friends? All the while singing the utterly nonsensical (but totally charming) “Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo”?

This berry smoothie works its own kind of magic – you know, the kind where you get your kids to eat something healthy without their knowing it?

bibbidi bobbidi boo berry smoothie

Packed with lots of fresh fruit, wheat germ and yogurt, you can feel great about serving your family a milkshake with dinner, after school or even for breakfast!

bibbidi bobbidi boo berry smoothie

bibbidi bobbidi boo berry smoothie

This recipe is extremely versatile — you can use the exact quantities and types of fruits listed here, or substitute with whatever you have on-hand (or what your family loves the best). You can also use frozen fruit — which means you can have smoothies all year round!

How magical is that?

“Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo” Berry Smoothies – serves 4

2 1/2 – 3 c. fruit (1 heaping 1 1/2 c. strawberies and 1/2 c. each grapes and blueberries used here)
1 banana
1 c. plain, fat-free yogurt
1 c. milk
2 T. wheat germ

Place all ingredients in a blender – blend until smooth.

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This recipe was inspired by the video for Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles from Disney’s new series Dishes Inspired by Disney. Check out the video below:

For the full Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles recipe, visit Spoonful!

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