This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CampbellsShortcutMeals #CollectiveBias I think I’ve finally turned a corner with my kids. For the longest time I couldn’t get my 4 year old son to eat anything. Finally, he’s at an age where he’s more willing to try things. I’ve even found creative ways to sneak more fruits into his diet by making this Greek yogurt smoothie. Recently, I figured out that other Campbell Soup Company products from Walmart make my food battles a little easier with convenient and better for you products my kids love. I can get all of the products I need to make easy recipes and quick weeknight meals or after school snacks.For example, I love using V8 Splash® to make smoothies for my kids. It saves me so much time and adds food I feel good about to their after school snack. This Greek yogurt fruit smoothie recipe is my go-to for a quick after-school snack. I love smoothies. Using V8 Splash® is great too because it’s made with real fruits and vegetables and contains good sources of Vitamin A & C. Plus, my kids love the taste and it’s a choice I feel good about. To make this smoothie, all you need is V8 Splash®, fruit, and Greek yogurt. Add all of the ingredients into the blender and puree until smooth. To add some fun to the Greek yogurt fruit smoothie recipe, I like to decorate with fresh fruit and shredded coconut. I usually serve the smoothies with a cute straw in a plastic cup. This is just one simple example of a smoothie, but you can definitely try other flavor combinations. If you want to make an adult version with a little kick, you could swap in V8+Energy® . It contains natural energy from green tea and includes 1 serving of veggies and fruit. Plus, it provides steady energy and contains only 50 calories. I know it’s only July, but in no time it’s going to be the start of school. I can hardly believe schools start in Arizona in only a few weeks! This Greek yogurt fruit smoothie recipe is definitely going to come in handy when I need to fill the gap between after school and dinner. It will give me the extra time I need to keep my kids fueled while I make dinner. Plus, I love that this smoothie recipe gives them added fruit they sometimes are lacking. What’s your go-to after school snack for your kids? Get some inspiration here. Greek Yogurt Fruit Smoothie Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup of frozen mixed tropical fruit 1 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt 1 small banana 1/4 cup V8 Splash® Optional toppings: Fresh fruit – I suggest strawberries, cantaloupe or honeydew, and shredded coconut Directions: Add all ingredients (except for optional toppings) to the blender and puree until smooth. Pour the smoothie into a plastic cup and serve immediately, garnished with fresh fruit and shredded coconut. This recipe makes two 8 oz. or one 16 oz. smoothie. Looking for other smoothie recipes? Here's my favorite smoothie bowl recipe. \t \t\t \t\t\t \t \t\t\t \t \t\t1 cup of frozen mixed tropical fruit1 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt1 small banana1/4 cup V8 Splash®\t \t \t\tAdd all ingredients (except for optional toppings) to the blender and puree until smooth. Pour the smoothie into a plastic cup and serve immediately, garnished with fresh fruit and shredded coconut. This recipe makes two 8 oz. or one 16 oz. smoothie.