Best Ever Smoothie Popsicles

My youngest son LOVES Popsicles.  He would eat them multiple times a day if I’d let him.  Most Popsicles at the store are filled with food dyes and all kinds of sugary junk.  There are better for you options, but it’s way cheaper to make your own.  Popsicle molds are cheap so of course we had to try our own.  Moms and kids will enjoy these, well and husbands too. 🙂

 

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Best Ever Smoothie Popsicles

I have found popsicles that look like all the others without the food dye.  We have been keeping these on hand all summer.  Juicy Juice freezer pops!

First, we tried just filling the molds with some good juice and those tasted alright.  We love smoothies, so we thought why not make some popsicles out of our favorite smoothies, strawberry banana, with a little hidden veggies in there.

They were a hit and my son thinks he is getting an awesome treat every day. 🙂 Pair them up with my Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls for breakfast and your kids will think you’re the coolest mom ever. Mom win for sure.

This recipe only has 6 simple ingredients, well kind of like 5 because does water count? It’s only banana, strawberries, yogurt, baby spinach, water, and honey.

Make sure you use a good yogurt, I use an organic whole fat one.  If your kid has lactose issues you could always use coconut milk or soy yogurt, whatever your preference is.  Then you throw everything into the blender, pour into mold, freeze and enjoy.  These are so simple and you can mix it up with whatever fruits and vegetables your family likes.

Tip: If you don’t have popsicle molds, use and ice cube tray and some toothpicks.

 

I have this blender, it is my favorite.  I use it every day to make smoothies, soups, mashed potatoes, all kinds of stuff.

 

Related: Almond Joy Cookies

 

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Best Ever Smoothie Popsicles
These smoothie pops are great for everyday treats and are filled with good stuff!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
pops depending on your mold
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
pops depending on your mold
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Put everything in a blender.
  2. Blend
  3. Pour into Popsicle molds, freeze and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

NUTRITION INFO: 40 calories, 9.2 carbs, .6 g fat, .6 g protein, .8 fiber, 4.9 sugar.

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