Fresh Watermelon Ice Pops

Fresh Watermelon Ice Pops

Fresh Watermelon Ice PopsMy grandsons love watermelon, the can eat it 24/7!  It was only fitting that I made these Fresh Watermelon Ice Pops, they will be refreshing treats this summer for them and their friends.

Best of all these Ice Pops have no added sugar and uses just 1 ingredient!  They’re not only yummy, they’re healthy too!

These ice pops are a great way to cool down on hot summer days.  We serve them at kid’s parties too!  The kids love them and the parents appreciate it.

Fresh Watermelon Ice Pops

Makes 6

Ingredient:

6 cups watermelon chunks

Directions:

1.  Cut up watermelon and remove all the seeds.

2.  Place chunks in blender.

3.  Blend until smooth.

4.  Pour into molds and freeze for at least 6 hours.

5.  Remove from mold and enjoy!

To remove from molds run hot water on all sides of the mold, including the bottom.  Pops should slip right out!

I wrap each pop individually in clear plastic treat bags I get from Walmart then store in ziplock freezer bags.

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Round-Up of Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

Round-Up of Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

This is for all dog lovers out there that really want their pups to enjoy frozen treats, these Recipe treats are 100% natural, affordable and refreshing for your lovely pups! 100% made from fruits and coconut juice that help boosts your cuties immune system. Perfect for summer seasons!

Besides that your pup’s gonna love these treats and you will enjoy making them!

These are the 9 Round-ups of Frozen Dog Treats! Enjoy!!!

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Cranberry Pupcicles

Cranberries are good for your pet’s urinary tract and yogurt is a good source of calcium.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

DIY Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

These treats will not only add some weight, hopefully, but also keep them hydrated, especially after daily walks.

 

 

 


Frozen Dog Treats

This is cool awesome and a fun way to make dog treats a twist. You should try this for your cuties.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Frozen Coconut Water Dog Treats

This is also super cool and good for your dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DIY Doggie Icy Pops

They are so simple to make, they not only keep them cool, they keep them busy for almost an hour!

 


DIY Berries & Apples Frozen Doggie Treat

The treats are so easy to make the kids can make them. And your baby pups gonna love it!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops

Cranberries are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, and are filled with minerals and antioxidants; all very good for your pet’s overall health and promotes urinary tract health.

 

 

 

 

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DIY Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Dog Treats

For my first foray into the frozen dog treat world, I used ingredients I already had in my fridge, in this case, leftover Greek yogurt from my chicken souvlaki marinade I made for last Sunday’s barbecue night and fresh blueberries left over from my fruit-filled ice pops and Red, White & Blueberry Popsicles.

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Fruit Filled Ice Pops – Dairy & Nut Free

Fruit Filled Ice Pops – Dairy & Nut Free

My 2 year old grandson,  Jett,  has a whole list of allergies.  He’s allergic to dairy, eggs, peanuts, peas, and the list goes on.  His allergies keep him from enjoying many treats and we feel bad when we’re having dessert, specially ice cream which he can’t have.  That’s why we are constantly looking for allergy free treats and snacks to make for him. When allergies are involved we find that homemade meals and snacks are the safest way to go, we know exactly what the ingredients are and how the food was prepared.

fruit filled ice popsOne of the snacks we like to make are these Fruit Filled Ice Pops.  They’re not only dairy and allergy free, they’re healthy, yummy, and pretty too!  They are so easy to make with fresh fruit and coconut water.

I used fresh strawberries and blackberries, but you can use pretty much any kind of fresh fruit you like.  These pops are best made in the rectangular molds, the fruits tend to get stuck in star shaped molds making it difficult to remove from the molds.

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Fruit Filled Ice Pops

Makes 6

Ingredients:

Fresh Strawberries

Fresh Blackberries

Coconut Water

Directions:

Fruit Filled Ice PopsFruit Filled Ice Pops1.  Cut up fruit so pieces will fit in mold.  Loosely fill the molds with the fruit.  Do not pack fruit in, there must be spaces for the liquid to fill in order for the pops to form.[spacer height=”20px” id=”2″]

 

 

 

 

2Fruit Filled Ice Pops.  Pour coconut water into the molds.  Fill to the top.  Fruit pieces may float.  [spacer height=”20px” id=”2″]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fruit Filled Ice Pops3.  Insert sticks in the center of each mold.  You may have to work it in between fruit pieces.  Freeze for at least 6 hours. [spacer height=”20px” id=”2″]

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Remove from molds and enjoy.

To remove from mold run hot water on all sides of the mold, including the bottom.  Pops should slip right out.

I wrap each pop in clear plastic treat bags I get from Walmart and store them in the freezer in ziplock freezer bags.

If you don’t have popsicle molds you can use paper or plastic cups to mold your pops.  You can buy wooden popsicle sticks from most of the discount stores and craft stores.


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Dairy & Nut free popsicles filled with fresh fruit.
Servings Prep Time
6 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Fruit Filled Ice Pops
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Dairy & Nut free popsicles filled with fresh fruit.
Servings Prep Time
6 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Servings: Pops
Instructions
  1. Cut up fruit so pieces will fit in mold. Loosely fill the molds with the fruit. Do not pack fruit in, there must be spaces for the liquid to fill in order for the pops to form.
    Fruit Filled Ice Pops
  2. Pour coconut water into the molds. Fill to the top. Fruit pieces may float.
  3. Insert sticks in the center of each mold. You may have to work it in between fruit pieces. Freeze for at least 6 hours.
  4. Remove from molds and enjoy. To remove from mold run hot water on all sides of the mold, including the bottom. Pops should slip right out.
Recipe Notes

If you don't have popsicle molds you can use paper or plastic cups to mold your pops.  You can buy wooden popsicle sticks from most of the discount stores and craft stores.

I wrap each pop in clear plastic treat bags I get from Walmart and store them in the freezer in ziplock freezer bags.

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Mais con Yelo – Refreshing Filipino Snack

Mais con Yelo – Refreshing Filipino Snack

Maiz con Yelo

Mais con Yelo is a sweet and refreshing snack popular in the Philippine . The name is derived from Spanish and literally means “corn with ice”.

Mais con Yelo is made of sweet corn kernels, milk, sugar and shaved ice.  It is an easy Filipino merienda (snack) or dessert that is commonly by street vendors specially during the summer months.

Mais con Yelo is one of the best summer treats, a truly refreshing sweet milky cooler. It’s also very affordable and easy to prepare at home.  When we were kids our mothers and grandmothers always made this treat for us!  All you really need are 4 ingredients; corn, ice, sugar, and milk.  If you want to make it little fancier you can top it off with a scoop of ice cream; vanilla, sweet corn, and mango flavors are go well!  You can even sprinkle some crushed corn flakes on top to give it a bit of crunch!

If you’re looking for more merienda recipes check out our Merienda Series recipes including “Halo-Halo ” Filipino Iced Mixed Fruit DessertHalayang Ube (Purple Yam Jam)Banana Lumpia – TuronMerienda Series – Bibingka Galapong and Puto Cheese (Steamed Rice Cake with Cheese).

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Ingredients: Makes 2

1/2 cup canned sweet corn kernels

2-5 tbsp. cornflakes, crushed

1/4 cup condensed milk

1/4 cup evaporated milk

2-5 tbsp. white sugar according to your taste

2-3 cups shaved or crushed

2 scoops vanilla, sweet corn,  or mango flavored ice cream (optional)

 

Direction:

Crush or shave the ice using an shaved ice machine, blender, or food processor.

Combine evaporated milk and condensed milk in a large bowl.

Place 2 tablespoons of corn kernels in each tall glass

Add a layer of shaved or crushed ice on top of the corn kernels.

Add another 2 tablespoons of corn kernels followed by another layer of ice

Add remaining corn kernels on top of the ice.

Sprinkle crushed cornflakes on top.

Pour-in half milk mixture into each glass then add sugar according to
your taste.

Top with a scoop of ice cream if desired.


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Instructions
  1. Crush or shave the ice using an shaved ice machine, blender, or food processor.
  2. Combine evaporated milk and condensed milk in a large bowl.
  3. Place 2 tablespoons of corn kernels in each tall glass
  4. Add a layer of shaved or crushed ice on top of the corn kernels.
  5. Add another 2 tablespoons of corn kernels followed by another layer of ice
  6. Add remaining corn kernels on top of the ice.
  7. Sprinkle crushed cornflakes on top.
  8. Pour-in half milk mixture into each glass then add sugar according to your taste.
  9. Top with a scoop of ice cream if desired.
Recipe Notes

You can also make this in a bowl instead of a tall glass.

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Strawberry Banana Smoothie Pops

Strawberry Banana Smoothie Pops

Strawberry Banana Smoothies are a family favorite. Turning them into frozen pops saves me from mixing them up as needed. I just haul out the blender once, whip up a bunch of pops, store them in the freezer ready for anyone who feels like a smoothie! This recipe is dairy free and has no added sugar, perfect for kids with allergies. You can add sugar to taste if you prefer them sweeter. I use Organic Rice Drink to make it creamy but soy or almond milk can be used instead. You can even use real cream if you don't have milk allergies. I use ripe bananas, it's a great way to use up all those over ripe bananas! You can make this with fresh or frozen strawberries. If using fresh remove the stems and cores, and wash them. If using frozen be sure to thaw them first, frozen berries turn the mixture into a thick icy mix that's hard to pour into molds.Strawberry Banana Smoothies are a family favorite.  Turning them into frozen pops saves me from mixing them up as needed.  I just haul out the blender once, whip up a bunch of pops, store them in the freezer ready for anyone who feels like a smoothie!

This recipe is dairy free and has no added sugar, perfect for kids with allergies.  You can add sugar to taste if you prefer them sweeter.

I use Organic Rice Drink to make it creamy but soy or almond milk can be used instead.  You can even use real cream if you don’t have milk allergies.

I use ripe bananas, it’s a great way to use up all those over ripe bananas! You can make this with fresh or frozen strawberries.  If using fresh remove the stems and cores, and wash them.  If using frozen be sure to thaw them first, frozen berries turn the mixture into a thick icy mix that’s hard to pour into molds.

I use Tovolo molds, but you can use whatever mold you have.

If you don’t have molds just pour them in freezer safe plastic cups, pop a stick in the center, and freeze.

To remove pops from molds run hot water on all sides of the mold, including the bottom.  They should slip right out.  I wrap each pop in clear plastic treat bags from Walmart and store them in the freezer in ziplock freezer bags.

Here’s the recipe, whip some up today, your family will love them!

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Strawberry Banana Smoothie Pops

Makes 6

Ingredients:

2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries

2 ripe bananas

1 cup Organic Rice Dream Rice Drink

Directions:

1.  Place all ingredients in a blender.

2.  Blend until smooth.

3.  Pour into molds, and freeze for at least 6 hours.

4.  Remove from molds and enjoy!

Strawberry Banana Smoothies are a family favorite. Turning them into frozen pops saves me from mixing them up as needed. I just haul out the blender once, whip up a bunch of pops, store them in the freezer ready for anyone who feels like a smoothie! This recipe is dairy free and has no added sugar, perfect for kids with allergies. You can add sugar to taste if you prefer them sweeter. I use Organic Rice Drink to make it creamy but soy or almond milk can be used instead. You can even use real cream if you don't have milk allergies. I use ripe bananas, it's a great way to use up all those over ripe bananas! You can make this with fresh or frozen strawberries. If using fresh remove the stems and cores, and wash them. If using frozen be sure to thaw them first, frozen berries turn the mixture into a thick icy mix that's hard to pour into molds.
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Healthy frozen treats for the whole family.
Servings Prep Time
6 Popsicles 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Popsicles 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Strawberry Banana Smoothies are a family favorite. Turning them into frozen pops saves me from mixing them up as needed. I just haul out the blender once, whip up a bunch of pops, store them in the freezer ready for anyone who feels like a smoothie! This recipe is dairy free and has no added sugar, perfect for kids with allergies. You can add sugar to taste if you prefer them sweeter. I use Organic Rice Drink to make it creamy but soy or almond milk can be used instead. You can even use real cream if you don't have milk allergies. I use ripe bananas, it's a great way to use up all those over ripe bananas! You can make this with fresh or frozen strawberries. If using fresh remove the stems and cores, and wash them. If using frozen be sure to thaw them first, frozen berries turn the mixture into a thick icy mix that's hard to pour into molds.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Pops
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Healthy frozen treats for the whole family.
Servings Prep Time
6 Popsicles 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Popsicles 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Servings: Popsicles
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Pour into molds, and freeze for at least 6 hours.
  4. Remove from molds and enjoy!
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Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars

Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars

Breakfast can be a trial. Sometimes it’s hard to get the kids to eat a healthy breakfast before they run out the door to catch the school bus or play with their friends.  This is specially true during long weekends and school vacations.  They are so anxious to go out and play they try to skip breakfast.  To get them to eat I started making these Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars.

frozen breakfast parfaits bars

These frozen breakfast parfaits bars aren’t just yummy, they look pretty too!  My grandsons grab them for breakfast  on their way out to school or play.  Breakfast is much more enticing when it looks like and ice cream bar. They make great healthy snacks too!

These bars have no added sugar and use fresh or frozen berries.  They are the  perfect treat anytime of year, but specially summer![spacer height=”-20px”]

 

Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars

Makes 6

Ingredients:
 1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries (if using frozen be sure to thaw them first)
 1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
 1/2 cup honey & oat granola
Directions:
 1.  Puree bluberries.
 2.  Pour into molds – fill molds about 1/3
 3.  Freeze for 1-2 hours.
 4.  Stir granola into the yogurt and spoon into the mold on top of frozen blueberry puree.  Gently press down on the yogurt mixture to make sure it sits right on top of blueberries. Fill upto 2/3 of the mold.
 5.  Freeze for 1-2 hours.
 6.  Puree strawberries.
 7.  Pour into molds to the top.
 8.  Freeze for another 4 hours.
 9.  Remove from molds and enjoy!
 To remove from molds run hot water on all sides of the molds, including bottom.  It should slip right out.
Frozen Breakfast Parfait BarsI used Popsicle Molds to make my breakfast parfait bars.  You can get some on Amazon. (Affiliate Link)
If you don’t have popsicle molds you can use cups.  Set the cups in a tray, fill with mixture, and cover them with a sheet of clear plastic wrap, cut slits in the wrap corresponding to the center of each cup, slip a wooden popsicle stick in the hole and in the center of the filled cups.  The plastic wrap will keep the sticks in the center while it freezes.
Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
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Servings Prep Time
6 Bars 30 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Bars 30 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
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Servings Prep Time
6 Bars 30 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Bars 30 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Servings: Bars
Instructions
  1. Puree bluberries.
  2. Pour into molds - fill molds about 1/3
    Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
  3. Freeze for 1-2 hours.
  4. Stir granola into the yogurt and spoon into the mold on top of frozen blueberry puree. Gently press down on the yogurt mixture to make sure it sits right on top of blueberries. Fill up to 2/3 of the mold.
  5. Freeze for 1-2 hours.
  6. Puree strawberries.
  7. Pour into molds to the top.
  8. Freeze for another 4 hours.
  9. Remove from molds and enjoy! To remove from molds run hot water on all sides of the molds, including bottom. It should slip right out.
    Frozen Breakfast Parfait Bars
Recipe Notes

If you don't have popsicle molds you can use cups.  Set the cups in a tray, fill with mixture, and cover them with a sheet of clear plastic wrap, cut slits in the wrap corresponding to the center of each cup, slip a wooden popsicle stick in the hole and in the center of the filled cups.  The plastic wrap will keep the sticks in the center while it freezes.

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