Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops Cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh fruit puree. Aren't these the prettiest things! I just love the vibrant colors you can get from using fresh fruit, and the flavors are refreshing and sweet.
Frozen Fruit Pops - Blend a cup of yogurt with, from left: 2 peeled, chopped bananas and 2 tablespoons of honey; 1 punnet of rinsed and hulled strawberries and cup of guava juice; 1 peeled and diced kiwi fruit and the flesh of a piece of honeydew melon.
Ice cream is a must during summer, but the cool treat can be pretty unhealthy. That’s why homemade popsicles make a great alternative this time of year! You can easily make healthy frozen treats for y.
Weelicious ™ - Homemade Babyfood Recipes, and Toddler Recipes - Fast, Easy and Fresh for Your Family! This has been one of my favorite recipe sites when looking for healthy easy foods for Hoyt I. lord knows I can't get B to eat this stuff!
The ultimate cool summer treat? These gorgeous pops contain just chopped fruit and white grape juice, making them healthy enough to eat for breakfast -- or pretty much any time of day!Get the Fruit Salad Ice Pops Recipe
Top 10 Recipes For One-and-a-Half- To Two-Year-Olds
These recipes look awesome---Want to get your toddler started on healthy finger foods that actually taste good? Catherine McCord shares her top 10 recipes from her book, Weelicious. You both are going to love these!