Saturday, February 27, 2010

Smoothie Pops

We recently made a batch of smoothie popsicles, which my girls love!  Ella gets especially excited when it's time to eat one.  She enjoys them for breakfast or snacktime.

To make these pops, blend together:

1/2 c. milk
1/2 c. yogurt (we used plain which we sweetened with vanilla and agave nectar - sometimes we use honey)
1 banana
1 c. frozen fruit (our favorite is strawberries, but we were out so we used blueberries in one batch and peaches in another and the girls love them too)

Pour into cups with popsicles sticks, or popsicle molds.  Freeze.  Enjoy!

7 comments:

THEBIGSLACKER said...

WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND FOR A LOW CARB POP?

THEBIGSLACKER said...

THAT IS SUCK A COOL IDEA. I JUST CAME UP WITH A SAYING FOR DIETER. IF IT IS NOT FROM HOME IT IS NOT FOR YOU. I CALL IT THE NOT FOR YOU DIET. EAT AT HOME AND LOSE WEIGHT. OR MAYBE I WILL CALL IT TO HELL WITH FAST FOOD DIET.I NEED TO WRITE A BOOK ON THIS.

THEBIGSLACKER said...

HOW DOES THAT WORK WHEN THEY START TO MELT? I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE SOME ONE DAY AND NEED TO KNOW HOW THE CLEAN UP AND RECOMMEND EAT TIME WOULD BE.

THEBIGSLACKER said...

HOW AND THE HELL DO YOU COME UP WITH ALL THESE COOL IDEAS. WHEN CAN I BUY YOUR BOOK. 101 AWESOME TRICKS.

THEBIGSLACKER said...

WHERE DID YOU GET THE FORMS YOU PUT THE POPS IN? I AM LOW ON CASH AND WAS TRYING TO THINK OF SOMETHING AROUND THE HOUSE I COULD PUT THEM IN. MAY BE AN ICE TRAY AND I COULD MAKE 10 TO 12 SMALL POPS.

Ruth Chowdhury said...

What a neat idea! I wouldn't of thought of smoothie pops. Maybe my picky eater would eat them that way... Thx for the idea!

Our Cozy Little Book and Art Corner said...

what a neat idea and a healthy breakfast.