Did I mention we eat a lot of popsicles? We’re definitely on a popsicle kick with this heat! The cub helped Grandma DiDi create the perfect berry (with greens) popsicle. As always, no added sugar!
Four whole ingredients, that’s it! Strawberries, blueberries, kale and broccoli.
First, we had the cub help us tear the kale off the stem. Drop the kale leaves in a bowl of cold water and clean the leaves thoroughly. Wash strawberries, blueberries and broccoli.
Have your cub add all the ingredients into your blender (or Vitamix in our case). Add water or juice if you want it to be sweeter and blend.
The cub watches as Grandma DiDi pours the mixture into the Koji Popsicle Mold.
Have your cub help place the holders in each mold making sure that just a tiny bit squishes out the sides. Pop in the freezer for two hours and enjoy!
They are fruity and delicious and the perfect treat for a hot summer day. There is no easier way to get your little one to eat their veggies. Our cub has been eating these from day one and has no idea popsicles don’t usually include vegetables . Hoping to keep it this way for as long as possible!
Berry Veggie Popsicles
(Makes approximately 8 Koji popsicles)
1 cup strawberries
1 cup blueberries
1/4 cup raw broccoli
1/2 cup lightly packed raw kale
3/4 cup water (or juice of choice)
- Combine all ingredients in a blender or Vitamix.
- Blend and add more liquid if necessary.
- Pour mixture into popsicle mold.
- Drop popsicle handle in and make sure you can see through mixture lightly squish out the sides of the handle.
- Place in the freezer for two hours and enjoy!
*If you have extra mixture left over, serve it as a smoothie!