Ice Cream Sundays: Smoothie Pops

Smoothie Turned Popsicle

My girls love to make smoothies for breakfast but we always have some left over. While they don’t get very exited about keeping them in the fridge for later on – freezing them on a stick has a totally different appeal.

Using a blender whirl up any combo of the following

  • 2 cups frozen fruit
  • 8 ounces yogurt
  • 2 cups 100% fruit juice, boxed coconut milk or almond milk

This should make enough to fill 6 standard popsicle molds, plus leave with some extra for sipping.

 

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