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Fruity smoothie and healthy raspberry muffins for #FRD2014

May 17, 2014

The campaign is finished for today but you should apply Jamie Oliver’s message every day.  Involve your kids in the kitchen, teach them to eat healthy and have fun!

#FRD2014 raspberry muffins

That is right, a one bite treat that is actually healthy!  Very little sugar so your kids will not be over-exited with a sugar-rush.  Ah!  Those are awful.  For their little body and teeth.  And us.

As I was able to participate to the Food Revolution Day any other way than virtually, I decided to prepare healthy things the evening before and delivered them on the D-Day.

My son assisted me with a smoothie that him and his sister brought to the daycare to share with their friends at snack time.

Raspberry smoothie

For my husband work and mine, I made muffins bites.  They had a great taste, fresh and moist on the day of baking.  The whipped cream created a great balance with the tartness of the raspberries.

The smoothie was naturally sweet with the bananas.  The kids loved it.

Fruity smoothie and healthy raspberry muffins

Yield: 50 muffins bites and 3 litres of smoothies


  • For the muffins:
  • - 2 cups of flour
  • - 1 tablespoon of baking powder
  • - 1/2 a cup of brown sugar
  • - 1 pinch of salt
  • - 1/4 a cup of melted butter
  • - 2 eggs
  • - 1 and 1/2 a cup of milk
  • - 1 and 1/2 a cup of raspberries
  • For the wheap cream:
  • - 125ml of whipping cream
  • - 1/4 a cup of icing sugar
  • For the smoothie:
  • - 500g of raspberries
  • - 6 bananas, peeled
  • - 750ml to a 1L of water


  1. For the muffins:
  2. - In a bowl, put the dry ingredients: flour, baking powder, brown sugar and salt. Mix well.
  3. - In another bowl, beat the eggs, pour the butter and the milk, mix well.
  4. - Add this mix to the dry ingredients and mix until smooth, then add the raspberries.
  5. - Pre-heat the oven to 380F, fill the your mini muffins dish with the preparation.
  6. - Bake for 12 minutes in the oven, repeat until you have use up all your preparation mixture.
  7. - Allow to cool down.
  8. - In the meantime, whisk the whipped cream with a hand mixer, along with the icing sugar.
  9. - When your whipped cream is ready (should be firm), put it in a pipiing bag and put a little tip on each muffns.
  10. For the smoothie:
  11. - In a blender, put the raspberries and half of the water, mix. Pour in a big bowl.
  12. - In the blender, put the bananas and the rest of the water, mix. Pour in the bowl with the raspberries.
  13. - With a wooden spoon, stir well. Depending on how you like it, you can add some water.

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