Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and blend until smooth.
Pour into individual Zipsicles and allow to freeze.
Enjoy as a quick grab-and-go breakfast or as a sweet treat!
If your children are anything like mine, trying to get them to eat a balanced diet is a part-time job. You can try to pack nutritious foods, but some kids won’t touch those cucumber slices or homemade granola with a ten-foot pole. So, what’s a parent to do when their children turn their noses up at healthy foods?
First things first, take a long hard look at your kids’ diets and figure out what works and what doesn’t. What nutritional gaps do you need to fill? What are their eating habits? Then, get creative and come up with fun ways to sneak in those fruits and veggies!
My fail-safe strategy to get my children to eat more fruits and vegetables is by making ice pops! These ice pops are so easy to make and can hold up in the freezer for months. Best of all, you can use any fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables. The trick is to have a larger ratio of fruits to keep the ice pops sweet and fruity and avoid making the kids suspicious.