With Father’s Day around the corner and temperatures soaring into the 90s in NYC, we thought it would be perfect timing to make fruit ice pops, for your pops! If your dad loves food, these 4 ingredient ice pops will be an excellent way to say “thanks Dad, stay cool.” You can make them now to prepare for Father's Day or make them the morning of, but remember fruit ice pops need to freeze for several hours. And if mango isn’t your dad’s thing, you can easily swap in a different fruit. Happy Father's Day!
Watermelon Mint Lime Popsicles are a sweet and easy treat that can be eaten as an after school snack or a healthy dessert. Watermelons are a great source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C and can usually be found all year round because of how popular they are.
While school might have started, it still feels like summer in our neck of the woods. So, we're not ready to say goodbye to summertime food and popsicles yet! We're holding onto summer vibes with this Raspberry Yogurt Pops recipe. It's super simple for kid chefs to cook, and features raspberries, yum! Raspberries not only are delicious, but super healthy. Did you know that they have more vitamin C than oranges, and have a low glycemic index that won't spike your blood sugar? What's not to love.
It's hard to believe that June is almost over and 4th of July is right around the corner! Get your kids into the red, white and blue spirit by making these 4th of July ice pops together. This is a fun and easy cooking activity with minimal clean up and only involves 3 ingredients, and no added sweeteners! Happy 4th of July!