Let’s turn some smoothies into popsicles.

You can turn your smoothies into popsicles. It’s a fun, quick and easy way to get fruits, vegetables and good fats into your family. Here’s a few simple ones we love. Let’s turn some smoothies in popsicles!! Get super creative with this, you can juice carrots and make a pineapple, mango and carrot smoothie popsicle, remember to add a good fat to make it creamy like yogurt, avocados or full fat coconut milk. When you add good fat into your smoothies, it’s amazing for kids developing brains, it also gives them energy throughout the day, that’s not coming from sugar. It also makes the popsicles really creamy. Happy popsicle making. Moms and Dads we got this. 😉

Mango and Blueberry Smoothie that can become a popsicle, just pour into molds and freeze.

1 cup mangoes, chopped

1/2 cup frozen blueberries

1 cup organic orange juice

1/2 cup plain yogurt (optional)

And a pinch of cinnamon.

Add to a blender. Blend and enjoy. Serves 2 happy grand-babies and make several popsicles.Gigi’s Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate Chunk popsicles

2 cups of Plain Greek Yogurt

1/4 cup Georgia Grinder Peanut Butter(I used their Cinnamon Vanilla Pecan Peanut Butter)

2 tbsps Xoccoalt dark chocolate bar or any good dark chocolate bar, chopped into nice chunks popsicle sticks.

Makes 9-12 popsicles, based on thesize of your popsiscle moldsDIRECTIONS:In a food processor or blender combine yogurt and peanut butter until smooth. Add chunks of dark chocolate and toss them into the mix. Add the mix into popsicles molds and add dark chocolate shaving on top of the mixture. Place in freezer. Allow to set for about 8-10 minutes before placing drift wood sticks or popsicle sticks. Once set, add in popsicle stick. Freeze over night. Allow to thaw just a bit, about 1-2 minutes and remove from molds and enjoy.

Here’s one of my favorites, Chai Tea Smoothie Popsicle, it’s an awesome smoothie, pour it in molds and it’s even better on a hot summer’s day.

Chai Tea Smoothie Popsicles


1 can full fat coconut milk

1 cup sweetened vanilla almond milk

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground cardamom

1/4 teaspoon ground clove

1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

Three chai tea bags

1 scoop Vegan protein powder

1 tablespoon maple syrup

Ice cubes


In a medium saucepan on medium heat add the coconut milk and almond milk. Once the milks developed small bubbles around the edges, stir in the spices, whisking as you go, so they don’t clump together. Once the spices are added and the milk comes to a gentle boil, remove from heat and add tea bags. Allow to steep for 5 minutes or longer, if you want a strong tea. Allow the chai tea to cool, completely.

Add 1 scoop @vega_team vegan protein powder with greens to a blender, then the chai tea mixture, maple syrup or honey to taste and ice. Blend, adjust if you need more liquid or ice. Start with just a little ice to make sure you get the consistency you are looking for. If you want it thicker throw in a banana. Enjoy. #happy #summer #ideas

Mango Pineapple Smoothie Popsicles


1 cup mangoes, frozen

1 cup pineapples l, frozen

2 cups full fat coconut milk

1 cup vanilla almond milk

1 scoop vegan protein powder

1 teaspoon ground cardamom

1 teaspoon maple syrup or honey

1/2 cup chopped mangoes and pineapples, frozen

Add all ingredients to a blender, except the chopped mangoes and pineapples. Add more fruit if you need it thicker. You want a thicker consistency to make creamy popsicles. Blend. Add the chopped mangoes and pineapples in the molds, just a little bit in each mold, then pour smoothie mixture over top and freeze overnight.

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