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Hi, I’m Miss Lo!
I want to help my Mom out with her blog. I am going to be a writer when I grow up, so I thought I would start working on that right now.
One thing that I like that my Mom makes for me are popsicles. I do really like the ones we buy in the store too, but Mommy’s are really good. She makes them for me out of fruit.
Mommy likes hers kind of sour, which can be annoying for me. I like the sweet ones better. When you taste them it is like tasting a rainbow. I like raspberry, strawberry, and mango. We make other flavours, whatever I feel like. I also like lime.
I eat them on summer days when I feel roasting hot, and we go to the swimming pool. I eat them at the park, at home, anywhere. And my mom and dad eat them too.Print
Healthy Fruity Pops for Kids
Healthy Fruity Pops are easy to make and full of wholesome ingredients. They can be a thrifty helper as you can recycle any extra fruit or smoothy liquid from other recipe adventures.
- Prep Time: 1 minute (blending)
- Cook Time: 2 hours ( in the freezer)
- Total Time: 2 hours 1 minutes
- Yield: 10 pops
- Category: Frozen Dessert
- Method: Blending, Freezing
1/2 c.organic berries
1/2 c. filtered water
1 tbs. agave or quality sweetener
Put all ingredients into the blender. Blend on high speed until very smooth. Fill up popsicle molds to the top. Put in your handles. Freeze until solid.
If you are in a shake making frenzy you can use any left over liquid for more pops. I also throw in any extra fruit I have from another recipe. Once pops are frozen you can store them in a ziplock bag in the freezer, so you have empty containers to make more pops. It is also nice to add cut up herbs or nuts for texture. I also like to add chocolate!Yum!
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