As we all know, Florida can get unbearably hot in no time. Right now, it is not even summer yet and we are already sweating in our home offices as we wait out COVID-19. If you are anything like me, you want a cold treat to keep you cool and collected. Here are four healthy ice pop recipes (that taste good and are actually good for you!) that will be a hit from now until the end of summer!
Strawberry-banana ice pops
This recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction is perfect for all the strawberry-banana smoothie lovers out there. They are easy to make and require only three ingredients! Even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy these. Check out the recipe here.
Breakfast yogurt ice pops
Ice pops aren’t just good snacks. They can easily substitute for a quick breakfast! Try out this yogurt, fruit and granola pop from I Heart Naptime for your family on-the-go. Recipe can be found here.
Pineapple-blueberry ice pops
These ice pops from Sweet Life have a unique flavor with their combination of pineapple, blueberry and lime juice. They are the ideal tropical treat for a summer pool party or barbecue! Find the recipe here.
Kiwi-watermelon ice pops
This healthy ice pop from B. Britnell is quick to prepare with a whopping two ingredients (kiwi and watermelon, who would have guessed?). When I think of summer, watermelon is the fruit that comes to mind, so it was only fair to include a juicy watermelon pop on the list! Link to the recipe is here.
*If you don’t already have a popsicle mold, here is a good one!