Love popsicles but want a healthier alternative for you and your kids? Try these amazing all natural homemade fruit popsicles made with strawberry and spinach!
If there is one thing kids and adults both love, it’s popsicles. Whether enjoyed on a hot summer day after swimming in the pool, use to help cool off at the beach, or eaten as an after-school snack, popsicles are a fun and refreshing way to get a little sweetness into your body. Unfortunately, most store-bought popsicles are loaded with artificial flavors and coloring and provide little to no nutritional value. Plus, most of them are loaded with as much sugar as a candy bar!
Strawberries are among the top rated healthiest fruits on the planet. They also rank in the top 10 for highest amount of antioxidants! The rich red color of strawberries help to supply their high antioxidant content. They have also been found to help lower the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. They also help lower blood pressure and help to ease the symptoms of depression.
Do you or your kids have a hard time getting in your daily required servings of vegetables? A great way to sneak in some vegetables is to use spinach!¬†This leafy green¬†is an amazing source of vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C and folic acid. Including dark greens like spinach into your diet and your children’s diets is important to help maintain skin and hair health, bone health, and to provide iron, vitamins, and minerals. Spinach has been shown to improve diabetes, reduce the risk of cancer, improve bones and help with lowering asthma symptoms.
So what are you waiting for? Follow this super easy recipe and make all-natural fruit popsicles for you and your entire family! Don’t forget to leave a comment below!
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