Real Fruit Rocket Pops

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The real fruit rocket pops of the summer! I am sure we can all reminisce about how much we loved those (once thought of as tasty) popsicle treats, or at least remember them from school or the local convenience stores. I wanted to re-create somewhat of the same idea but using real fruits and a homemade vanilla bean kefir (or you can use a store bought plain probiotic yogurt) and layer into a popsicle mold.

I love, love making popsicles for my little one come warm weather, they have such fun eating them and you can pick them up and dunk them into the pool to clean up afterward. These pops are somewhat simple to whip up, granted you need to do three different variations, but its so worth it! You don’t even need to feel guilty when your tot keeps asking for more! Popsicles are always a perfect homemade snack to have on hand come summer.

 

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Enjoy these real fruit rocket pops in the heat this summer!

ღTina

 

Real Fruit and Kefir Rocket Pops
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Prep Time
15 min
Prep Time
15 min
Red
  1. 1/2 cup coconut water
  2. 1/3 cup organic raspberries
  3. 1/3 cup organic cherries
  4. squeeze of lemon (1/2tsp.)
  5. 1 tsp. of raw honey (optional)
White
  1. 1 cup homemade kefir OR you can use store bought organic probiotic plain yogurt
  2. 1 vanilla bean seeded
  3. 2 tsp. raw honey (optional or you can use maple syrup)
  4. Blue
  5. 1/2 cup coconut water
  6. 1/2 cup wild blueberries
  7. squeeze of lime (about 1/2 tsp.)
  8. 1 tsp. raw honey (optional)
Instructions
  1. Mix the red ingredients in a blender and spoon out into your mold, trying to gauge so all three sections are somewhat equal. Place into the freezer while you blend up the blue and mix the white.
  2. In a bowl add your yogurt, honey and the your seeded vanilla bean. Stir up, making sure the vanilla "beans" are mixing well by pressing the vanilla clumps along the bowl to spread them into the yogurt.
  3. In your blender add the blue ingredients and blend till smooth. Take your mold of the freezer and spoon in your white vanilla yogurt on top of the red, then do the same for the blueberry mixture. Place your sticks in and freeze till you are ready to eat!
Notes
  1. These pops are sweetened with raw honey, (not appropriate for babies under 12 months) you can leave this out and not sweeten or use a dab of maple syrup for babies under 1 year of age.
  2. You can use frozen organic and wild berries or fresh. If using fresh make sure your first base (red) has time to thicken and harden in the freezer before you add the yogurt or the yogurt will just mold into the middle of the red and not been seen/separated nicely.
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