Crunchy Strawberry Popsicles
It can be challenging to come up with ideas or a healthy dessert recipe for your kids. So cheer up your kids with this delicious homemade popsicle recipe!
These refreshingly cold sugar-free popsicles are an alluring 3-layered bite. The creamy strawberry yogurt and banana-flavored popsicle have a delightful fruity crunch held in place delectably by the middle layer of white chocolate. The subtle natural sweetness from honey and banana makes them extra yummy!
The yogurt contains probiotics to maintain gut health and calcium to help your little one build strong bones. Yogurt also contains healthy fats to promote brain growth and child development. The nutritious bananas offer an instant energy boost and potassium to keep them hydrated. The fiber from the strawberries, bananas, and cereal will keep your child pooping regularly.
Vitamin A and vitamin C will keep your child feeling their best. They won’t even know they are eating such a healthy snack! And you can enjoy this healthy treat along with them, with no guilt and all the joy!
Prep: 15 minutes; Total: 9 hours; Yield: 8-10 popsicles
FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions
Is vanilla ice cream healthy?
Ice cream is delicious and is a favorite for many, including me! It might be worth considering how much sugar, calories, or artificial ingredients are really in your favorite flavor. So give it some consideration before you indulge your inner sweet tooth.
Is dark chocolate healthy?
When you’re looking for a heart-healthy chocolate treat, look no further than dark chocolates. Studies show that these treats can help reduce blood pressure and lower your risk of developing heart disease!
Is maple syrup a healthy sugar substitute?
Pure maple syrup is filled with sugar. Like refined sugar, maple syrup will also spike insulin levels and can leave you feeling hungry shortly after that. Maple Syrup cannot objectively be labeled “healthy.”
Is brown sugar healthier than regular sugar?
Brown sugar is just white sugar with molasses, but it won’t provide any health benefits. In fact, your intake of all types of sugars should be limited for optimal wellness!
Dina is a wife, mother of 4, and adrenaline junky. She loves to share children’s health information from her professional and personal experience. More About Dr Dina.