Almond Milk Strawberry Banana Popsicles

   I love a cold treat, not the brain freeze part though and you know what else I love? Making a healthier treat for our girls. I make these popsicles in batches and just store them in a freezer bag. When they crave for one, we have it! We don't have to make a quick stop to the grocery store to pick up a box of popsicles.

   Who does a quick stop to the grocery store anyway? not me. My hubby..yes! He goes in there, gets what's on the list and out he goes. When in season, you can use other berries too! You can also add some other fruit ingredients like pineapple, kiwi, and mango. Speaking of popsicles, I was pinning last night and I saw a Nutella and cool whip popsicle! How yummy is that?..may not be as healthy with all the added sugar but hey..moderation right? wink wink..




Ingredients:

1 cup Almond Milk
2 cups Strawberries
2 ripe bananas

you'll need : Popsicle molds . I used Dixie cups and Popsicle sticks.

Directions:


You can also use milk ( low fat or whole)


I only used 2 ripe bananas, if you want your popsicles to be thicker, you can add 2 more bananas or instead of using the almond milk, just use yogurt.


Place all your fruits in your blender , and puree until smooth or pulse if you prefer  it with some chunks of fruits.


Pour your mixture into your Popsicle molds and freeze until solid.


Healthier option for a cold treat . Our girls loves them , Lucy calls it " Pink Popsicle "




Looking for more popsicle recipes? 


http://www.abountifullove.com/2015/06/nutella-popsicles.html



http://www.abountifullove.com/2014/07/fruit-and-veggie-popsicles.html









FFrPlace sliced bananas and strawberries into the jar of a blender.
Puree fruit mixtures.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until solid.
Unmold and lick until you get a brain freeze!

Read more at http://www.hotcouponworld.com/2013/06/banana-strawberry-popsicle-recipe/#WaFgdtd7LOQgBFaw.99



Place sliced bananas and strawberries into the jar of a blender.
Puree fruit mixtures.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until solid.
Unmold and lick until you get a brain freeze!


1 comment

  1. This looks relish! We've only recently started trying Almond Milk (that very same brand...lol) and I thought of using it in a smoothie but these pop are a great wy to introduce it to my Kiddies in a fun way :) Thanks for sharing with us at The Mommy Monday Blog Hop :)

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