Shyla has been waking up every morning for the last two two weeks wanting to eat a popsicle. So after two weeks of hearing myself say no to her about having a popsicle for breakfast, I started asking myself what situation would make me say yes to popsicles for breakfast. So I went through our fridge and started looking at what food I wished my kids wanted to have for breakfast. It was stuff like fresh strawberries, bananas, organic orange juice and almond milk. That's when Luke reminded me that I could put all those things in a popsicle mold, freeze them and call them a popsicle. And that's when I realize that I had been over complicating the idea of the homemade popsicle or (pop-i-cycle) as my daughter says its, for years.
So here's the simple process:
*any other fruit that you want to eat frozen
*You can use cow's milk as well or any other juice with a flavor you desire
Please Note: You will need a popsicle mold from Target, Walmart or Amazon.com to freeze your ingredients in.
1. Gather your desired fruit and liquid of the popsicles
2. Cut up the fruit in tiny pieces
3. pour liquid and fruit into popsicle molds
4. place in freezer for 4-6 hours or until the mixture in molds are completely frozen
5. Eat and enjoy.