Recipe: Dairy-Free Popsicles
Not only are these popsicles bursting with real fruit, they’re also very colorful – making them a fun and healthy snack for kids!
Prep Time: 10 minutes; Cook Time: a few hours to freeze
Dairy Free Real Food Ice Pops
1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
1 cup premade coconut ice cream (how to make coconut ice cream)
Immersion Blender (where to buy my favorite immersion blender)
BPA free Pop Molds (where to buy these molds)
Puree the berries separately with a stick blender or regular blender and set aside
Take out the ice cream and soften slightly
Alternatively, you could use homemade coconut yogurt (how to make coconut yogurt) or regular yogurt if you eat dairy
Using BPA free ice pop molds, pour a little of the strawberry puree into 1/3 of the mold
Pour the yogurt next — about another 1/3
Pure the blueberry into the last 1/3 of the pop molds
Cover the molds with the covers that come with it or if you are using wooden sticks, insert them into the molds
Place in freezer for a few hours until frozen
When frozen, carefully pull out and serve!
(The molds you have may be a little different and may hold more or less of the ingredient amounts)
This article originally appeared on RealFoodForager.com. It is partially posted here with permission of the author.
Photo Credit: Jill (the Real Food Forager)
What’s your favorite frozen real food treat for summer? Frozen strawberries? Coconut ice cream? Tell us in the the comments!
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