Friday, April 4, 2014

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!

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

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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