Fresh peaches, greek yogurt and a little bit of low-fat milk.
Those are the ingredients that go into whipping up a special peach smoothie made by the Governor's Chef Holly Chute.
Chute demonstrated two healthy snacks for kids at Skyview Elementary School on Tuesday.
Third- and fourth-graders learned how to make a peach smoothie and "dirt salad," a small bouquet of ranch dip and fresh vegetables.
Skyview Elementary School is part of Georgia Department of Agriculture's "Feed My School For A Week" project, which focuses on bringing quality nutrition to schools and educating students on eating healthy.
Students say they enjoy learning about proper nutrition.
"Healthy food is great for me because I have a healthy body now," said Skyview student Takaija Sledge.
Chute reminds parents that learning healthy eating habits starts at home.
"If they learn that vegetables are good because they've helped prepare it, then when they go shopping with their mom, they're going to ask for those vegetables," Chute said.
Skyview Elementary School is the first school to invite and host Chute to demonstrate healthy recipes.