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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Sipping Super Smoothies

This week has seen us venturing to Asda. We were armed with shopping lists and money. Later in the week we whizzed up our smoothies and tasted them.

Before going to the supermarket, we had very carefully chosen all the ingredients and costed it to make sure we had enough money. Whilst at the supermarket we looked at fruits that we don't often have, and tried weighing them using the scales.

When making them we had to consider hygiene and safety, using knives to prepare the fruits for the blender.

 

Oh my, the blenders were very loud and exciting! We were waited with anticipation to see what colour our smoothie would turn out. Depending on how much of each fruit was included, changed the colour of the blended smoothie. 

 

Ishmeet exclaimed that 'Wow, it looks like sprinkles'. Mrs Bayliss thought it tasted fizzy like sherbert. Some of Kingfishers tried to create a name for the new smoothie, such as 'Orange Sunset'. Many of us thought it tasted wonderful, and were surprised at how eventhough we didn't like some of the fruits, once they were in the smoothie they couldn't really be tasted individually. The combined flavour was amazing!

 

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