This is a sponsored post by Learning Resources. Be sure to see the complete post, including all hidden veggies popsicle recipes on the Learning Resources blog.
Nothing makes for a better end to a hot summer day than an ice cold frozen treat. How would you love to also sneak some extra nutrition into it? This month, our guest post for the Learning Resources blog features hidden veggies popsicle recipes! And I promise… the kids LOVE them! Be sure to enter to win your own set of Learning Resources Alpha Pops at the end of this post.
Sneak More Veggies into Your Kids Diet with Sugar Free Popsicles
If your kids willingly eat their vegetables, you are doing something very right. But I will admit, getting my 3 to eat a balanced, nutritious diet is not easy. Vegetables especially seem to be the biggest obstacle. So, I’ve had to get creative to get them into their diet.
I quickly learned the easiest way to get them to eat ample vegetables without a fight was to incorporate them into their favorite foods. Since they were babies, they have been big fans of my Green Mac and Cheese. And in the summer they love cold treats.
4 Hidden Veggies Popsicle Recipes- No Sugar Added
Using the bounty of summer’s harvest, I snuck loads of veggies into these vibrant popsicles. All the color – and flavor – comes from fruits and vegetables. You don’t need any sugar, because fruits and veggies give them enough sweetness, naturally! Choose from
- Hot Pink Strawberry Watermelon & Beets
- Yellow Nectarine, Cantelope & Golden Beets
- Burgundy Blueberry & Carrots
- Green Kale & Kiwi
You can get the complete hidden veggies popsicle recipes and see how I use cooking with my kids to stop the summer brain drain in my guest post on the Learning Resources blog: End Summer Brain Drain (and Boost Their Diet) with Hidden Veggie Popsicles.
Best of all – these vibrant Sugar Free Popsicles match one of favorite learning toys… the Learning Resources Alpha Pops! Enter to win your own set in the giveaway below.
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More Healthy Homemade Popsicle Recipes
Want some more healthy homemade popsicle options for the summer? Try these patriotic Red, White and Blue Popsicles featuring berries and yogurt. You might also enjoy Healthy Rainbow Unicorn Popsicles from our friend Grace at Eats Amazing. We also love these Quick and Easy Watermeon Popsicles from Wunder-Mom.
Related Post: All-Natural Red, White and Blue Popsicles
Do you make homemade popsicles with your kids in the summer? What are your favorite flavor combinations? For more fun ideas for kids in the kitchen follow my Cooking with Kids board on Pinterest!