Yummy Frozen Treats Your Kids Will Love!
Summer is officially here! Make memories with your kids while indulging their desire for sweet frozen summertime treats. These easy to make recipes will be fun for the kids to help with, easy on your grocery budget, and of course healthy!
Healthy Frozen Banana Pops
These Banana Pops are not only delicious they are also a great way to use up those slightly overripe bananas. Rather than dipping in just melted chocolate, this recipe uses a homemade yogurt, avocado pudding recipe for a healthy, super creamy frozen dip.
Frozen Yogurt Bites
These frozen yogurt bites are so simple you don't even need a recipe! Line a baking tray with wax paper, pour your favorite yogurt into a plastic resealable bag, snip off the end, and pipe small dots onto the wax paper. Pop in the freezer for 30 minutes, peel off the wax paper and store in a resealable bag for later. Add confetti sprinkles or fruit for extra fun.
Made with only two ingredients, these homemade creamsicles are not only incredibly easy it is also super healthy! Don't have any fancy popsicle molds? No worries! Use small plastic cups instead. Spoon ingredients into cups, put in freezer for 10 min and then insert popsicle stick and let them continue to freeze all the way through.
Frozen Grape Pops
Frozen grapes are a favorite summer treat around our house! So easy, yet so delicious! Grapes can be a choking hazard for young children so depending on your child's age you may want to cut the grapes into halves or quarters before putting them in the freezer.
This tasty treat will not only cool your kids down but also fill them up. Loaded with protein and healthy fats these mini bites are a healthy, delicious snack.
Dole Whip Dupe
No need to travel to Disney World or even your local ice cream shop for a little Dole Whip fix. This recipe is dairy-free and uses fruit juice to achieve that magical, frozen soft serve texture. And no need to work about this frozen treat melting, it will be eaten too fast for that to happen!