Meal Deal Recipe Template

Use this recipe structure to create new smoothie flavors for your students that will count towards a reimbursable meal.

How to Use an Immersion Blender for School Smoothies

Serve a tasty peach pie smoothie as a grab and go meal for your students.

Smoothie Demonstration

Get the recipe for this Strawberry Banana Smoothie.

Smoothie Promotion Resources

Get the word out about smoothies on your menu! Create a marketing plan. Hang posters. Use morning announcements and social media to promote smoothies on the menu. Have a prize drawing to create excitement. Borrow UDIM’s smoothie bike.  Use these tools to help.

Flavor of the Day sign


Post this sign in your cafeteria so students know what smoothie flavor is available that day.

Fuel Up to Play 60 Flavor of the Day sign

Use this sign to tie into your Fuel Up to Play 60 breakfast play.

Punch Card – Secondary

Print and use this punch card to encourage repeat business at the secondary level.

Punch Card – Elementary

Print and use this punch card to encourage repeat business at the elementary level. It does not include advertising for the teen calcium campaign on social media.

Smoothie Raffle Ticket

Hold a drawing for a prize.  Every student who purchases a smoothie gets a ticket to enter. Print and use these tickets.

Smoothies Outside of the Meal Program

The cafeteria has a blender. Where else could it be used in the school?

Food service staff resource


Food service directors, here are some ideas of where you could use smoothies outside of the cafeteria.

School staff resource


Food service directors, use this flyer to increase smoothie business outside of the meal program.

Standard operating procedures

Use these handouts for people that aren’t used to working in food service