Popsicles never get old in my house. Nope—not even during winter. In fact, if you open our freezer, it’s pretty much 60% full of popsicles and ice cream. The former being something that I’m always stocking with homemade batches. Can you tell we live in Southern California?
The latest batch you see here are whole fruit pops filled out with some Bai5 drinks. My new favorite. An all-natural, five-calorie drink that packs some serious taste and comes in a wide variety of flavors.
For the popsicles you see here, I used: Molokai Coconut, Sumatra Dragonfruit, and Congo Pear. For the full list of flavors make sure you click here . . . and psst, some of my other favorites – Costa Rica Clementine, Panama Peach and Brasilia Blueberry.
As for the fruit, use what you can source and what you like. There’s nothing exacting about it. I used what my family loves and filled my popsicles full of it because fruit is a big deal around here, especially with my 8-year-old. These didn’t last long, but luckily these also don’t take long to make—little chopping, pouring, throw a stick in the middle—and done.
See what I mean about easy? There’s no recipe to share, just mix and match the drinks and fruit to your preference to create your healthy popsicle licks.
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