My oldest wanted to make homemade frozen fruit pops, so I let him have at it. His recipe was totally thrown together without measurements, so I will just quickly share the ingredients and the health boost options he used.
My kids loved these and have been wanting to make them again, trying new flavors of fruit and milk. Of course, we do them all dairy-free because of our son’s dairy allergy.
Add the health boost options to any blended cold or frozen treat like the ones listed below. These are great for a summertime treat and can help boost the immune system.
I love adding these supplements to smoothies for a healthy boost. My kids don’t know the difference.
Kid-Friendly Cool Treats With A Healthy Boost
Unsweetened Almond Milk (next time he wants to use full-fat canned coconut milk so that it will be extra creamy)
Raw Honey (adding raw honey to cold or frozen treats is a great way to utilize its health benefits)
- Place all ingredients in a high-powered blender and blend til smooth. Add water if needed to adjust thickness. You want it easily pourable.
- Carefully pour into Frozen Pop molds and place in freezer until frozen through. (you can drink the leftovers like a smoothie!)
- Once completely frozen, slide out the frozen fruit pop and enjoy!