Fruit and veggie smoothie ice pops

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Want your kids to eat more fruit and veggies? These amazing fruit and veggie ice pops are the way to go, all kids will love them!!

Fruit and veggie ice pops

Fruit and veggie ice pops

These delicious fruit and veggie ice pops have recently became a favorite around this household! It’s a nice way to have my daughter eat healthier and a great snack on hot summer days, for adults too.

My daughter is not totally against fruit and veggie but she’ll get very picky. She’ll take a banana, maybe an apple or a pear once in a while and she’ll tolerate cucumbers as long as they’re peeled. And she loves strawberries and red bell peppers!

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Fruit and veggie ice pops

So I thought I should combine some of these and add some that she’s not crazy about (like carrots and beets) in a delicious and refreshing fruit and veggie ice pops recipe that we can all enjoy at summer time. I added Greek yogurt to make the pops more nutritious and filling. And since my daughter burns a lot of calories in her swimming and karate classes, I added some honey for a boost of energy. You can always drink the smoothie from these fruit and veggie ice pops instead of freezing in ice pops molds.

Fruit and veggie ice pops

Fruit and veggie ice pops recipe

Fruit and veggie ice pops

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups fresh beetroot juice
  • 1 cup fresh carrot juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Strawberry juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Banana Honey Almond Butter juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Berries & Green veggies juice
  • 1 fresh banana, sliced
  • 2 cups Greek yogurt
  • 4 tablespoons honey

Directions:

  • Mix all juices in a blender.
  • Add Greek yogurt and honey and mix until well incorporated.
  • Strain through a fine sieve and pour into ice pops molds, about 3/4 of the way.
  • Add banana slices.
  • Refrigerate for a few hours or overnight.

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Fruit and veggie ice pops

Author: Petro

Ingredients

  • 2 cups fresh beetroot juice
  • 1 cup fresh carrot juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Strawberry juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Banana Honey Almond Butter juice
  • 1 cup Bolthouse Farms Berries & Green veggies juice
  • 1 fresh banana sliced
  • 2 cups Greek yogurt
  • 4 tablespoons honey

Instructions

  • Mix all juices in a blender.
  • Add Greek yogurt and honey and mix until well incorporated.
  • Strain through a fine sieve and pour into ice pops molds, about 3/4 of the way.
  • Add banana slices.
  • Refrigerate for a few hours or overnight.
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  1. These sound yummy. And love how they look like cute umbrellas! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites. I’m featuring you this week at Simply Sweet Home. Please join us again for this week’s party.

  2. Thanks for sharing on Let’s Get Real Friday Link Up. You definitely find interesting new things to add to your pops. Again another thing I haven’t heard of but you have motivated me to try to make my own with my own smoothies. Thanks.

  3. This is a really creative way to get both servings for fruits and veggies in your kids! I also love that you can just use the juice without blending all the veggies yourself. Thanks for sharing! Stopping by from Friday Favorites Link Party :)

  4. These look good! I’ve never heard of Bolthouse Farms (may not be in our region) but I’m always looking for more ways to get more protein into my kids. LOVE the popsicle molds. Visiting from Morning Cup of Joe party.