First off, can we talk about these popsicle molds and how awesome they are? I found them at Home Goods several months ago and I have been waiting for their grand debut to use them! They are guaranteed to make any popsicle all the better once your kid sees them in these monster shapes. Okay, back to these kid friendly Smoothie Pops…
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I love these Smoothie Pops so much because you can either use the recipe I am posting OR simply place any leftovers from your last favorite smoothie in a mold, freeze, and serve for a frosty treat. I’m all about not wasting food and since most kids don’t always seem to finish their smoothies, this is a great way to make the smoothie you slaved away at the blender last as long as possible. Plus they might not even know that they are eating their smoothie in pop form. Now that’s a win-win, isn’t it Mom and Dad?
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Cool down for the summer by making your kids these easy and healthy kid friendly Smoothie Pops. Made with 3 ingredients, they are a healthy alternative to store-bought popsicles.Print
- 1/2 c. plain yogurt
- 1 c. frozen fruit
- 1 tbsp. maple syrup
- 1 c. frozen strawberries
Spinach Banana Flavor:
- 1 banana
- 1 c. spinach
- 1 c. frozen peaches
- 1 c. frozen blueberries
- Place all of the ingredients into a high speed blender and mix until completely smooth.
- Put into popsicle molds and chill in the freezer until set (about 2+ hours)
- Run cold water over the molds for a couple of minutes until the popsicles come our easily.
Depending on what molds you use, this recipe will vary how many pops it creates.
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