This is a fun twist on the Glowing Green Smoothie that might even entice your kids. With warm weather approaching, this is the perfect treat for everyone. The Glowing Green Popsicles are guilt-free treats (enjoy them on an empty stomach, though, because of the fruit!) you can share with your family, and you get a lot of the same nutrients you do from the GGS.
If your kids love popsicles, you can feel great about giving these to them instead the artificially flavored ones that are laden with all kinds of nasty/crazy/toxic/difficult to digest ingredients. And of course, these aren’t just for kids… they’re a great treat for us adults too! While I still recommend drinking your GGS in the morning instead of using this as a replacement (unless you’re going to devour about six popsicles on your own!), feel free to enjoy one later in the day, maybe as a post workout snack mid-afternoon This recipe makes about six to eight popsicles, but it will depend on the size of your popsicle molds.
While this is similar to the GGS, you get the additional benefits of the fresh strawberries. Those are some of the best Beauty Fruits you can eat! Just be sure to get organic since they’re part of the Dirty Dozen. Strawberries are anti-inflammatory and can reduce blood sugar (yep, reduce!). They’re also full of antioxidants.
Love for all, Kimberly
I have been doing this for my granddaughters since starting Kimberly’s plan. We make them out of left over smoothies or just blend them up out of whatever fruit they want. I bought popsicles molds and sticks from Amazon and they love them.
Just ordered my popsicle molds online today & can’t wait to try making these this weekend. Great idea – many thanks!
What brand of Stevia do you use? I haven’t found a brand that doesn’t leave an after taste so I have been avoiding it….any good brands to suggest?
Thanks for this recipe! I made it with lime juice instead of lemon, 1 whole unfrozen banana and no stevia with a few strawberries blended in and my 2 boys under 4yrs old loved it (even before I froze them into popsicles)! The vanilla is definitely a nice touch but I felt like the amount was too much – although my kids didn’t seem to mind. I plan to cut it back next time to 1/2 tsp and taste it first then adjust accordingly. What vanilla do you use? Maybe that is the difference?
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Thanks for the wonderful idea to convert green smoothie in popsicles. I will try it with my favorite Green Bananapple smoothie.