Monday, April 16, 2012

Strawberry-blueberry smoothie pops

Please excuse the bites. The kids were too fast for me.
These smoothie pops are super rich in nutrients, antioxidants and tastiness. This is a cooling summer treat you can feel good about.

Into a blender pitcher, place one package frozen strawberries, one package frozen blueberries and enough almond milk (or other milk of your choice) to cover.

Blend until smooth.

Pour some into a glass and serve with a straw. Sip this super rich, not too sweet smoothie while you move on to phase 2.

Carefully pour the rest of the smoothie mixture into the popsicle molds, or large paper cups with popsicles sticks placed in the center. The mixture is very thick. Freeze overnight.

If you have leftover smoothie after filling your molds, place the pitcher in the fridge until you are ready for another smoothie or another batch of pops.

Or, place in a plastic, airtight container in the freezer. When it's frozen, you will have strawberry-blueberry sorbet.

This recipe makes 12 large popsicles and one tall smoothie.

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