Anni Daulter

Tropical Tofu Ice Pops

tropical tofu ice popsThese ice pops feature oranges, kiwis, and mangoes, plus coconut water, which is chock-full of electrolytes, calcium, potassium, and magnesium. Recipe and photo from Ice Pop Joyby Anni Daulter (Sellers Publishing, © 2012), reprinted by permission. more→

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Melon Madness Ice Pops

Honeydew ice popsThese enticing honeydew ice pops are low in fat and high in water content, so they’re the perfect pleasure on a hot sunny
day! Recipe and photo from Ice Pop Joyby Anni Daulter (Sellers Publishing, © 2012), reprinted by permission.

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Crazy Carrot Pops

carrot and spinach ice popsIce pops made from real fruits and veggies are a win-win — lots of fun for kids to eat, and reassuring for parents to know they’re giving their children a wholesome treat. Recipe adapted from a contribution by the Betty Crocker company. more→

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