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HEALTHY FRUIT RAINBOW POPSICLE'S

Lately the ice cream truck has been passing by our house and the kids always run to the window and watch it pass by. Sophia has been wanting a Popsicle from it and we always end up missing it. So instead I told her that we could make popsicle's instead and she was all for it. We used fruit we already had, in bright rainbow colors in honor of St. Patricks Day. Chopped them into small pieces and used coconut water to fill the mold and waited over night. The kids loved them! 

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14 comments :

  1. These look delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. This really looks tasty and the pictures are great. Thanks for sharing this!

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  3. Wow! That sure looks delicious. What makes me really love this recipe is the fact that you're using not only fruits but coconut water as well. Really healthy recipe. I would definitely try this out and let my 2 younger brothers have a go at this. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. This is an amazing way to get the children eat fruit! They will enjoy it very much since it's frozen, and it's lotta healthy too!

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  5. These are such a great idea! I always found these way too sugary as a child so these would've been ideal for me!

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  6. Yeay! A super idea for summer time :)
    I used to do that with fruit yogourt... Was really good!

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  7. What a great idea and such a fun activity to do with your kiddies! And it's surely healthier than the ice cream truck, right? :) So nice!

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  8. what a great idea (never thought about NOT blending the fruit)... I'll have to try it this way! thanks!

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  9. Love this awesome idea for kids or party during the summer ! Tanks for sharing !

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  10. This looks like the best ice lolly ever! I love fresh fruit so this is the perfect combination.

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  11. Very creative way for kids to eat fruits. Love this idea. Will try to do it for the kids this summer :)

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  12. They look delicious and healthy and I bet it's a lot of fun for the kids to make them. I wouldn't have thought of adding coconut water instead of normal water.

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  13. I love all of the bright colors! Your kids are adorable!!!

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  14. Your kids are gorgeous!
    Love this idea, these look so delicious and refreshing!
    Kyah / www.weekendtempo.com

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Thank you for your sweet comment!