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My 4-year-old loves these popsicle molds that I bought from Sur la table, and I do too! They’re so cute, portion-controlled, and she loves to pull up a chair to the kitchen counter to help make the “green monkey” popsicles and put the popsicle sticks in for me.

Introduce fruits and vegetables to your kid’s snacks by simply making a thick smoothie and putting them in fun popsicle molds. In this little treat, I put in kale, banana, coconut milk, and a little sweetener in the form of agave nectar. She loves it, and every time I make a new batch, she requests either pink pops (with strawberries or raspberries), green pops (with banana or pineapple and kale), or chocolate pops (with cocoa powder and banana). It’s a fun, totally guilt-free treat (that parents will love, too)!

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"Green Monkey" Popsicles
Print Recipe
Fun names for fun-colored popsicle treats (although to parents, you'll feel good knowing there are fruits and veggies in every pop)!
Servings Prep Time
5 popsicles (makes 8 oz) 5 minutes
Passive Time
6 hours
Servings Prep Time
5 popsicles (makes 8 oz) 5 minutes
Passive Time
6 hours
"Green Monkey" Popsicles
Print Recipe
Fun names for fun-colored popsicle treats (although to parents, you'll feel good knowing there are fruits and veggies in every pop)!
Servings Prep Time
5 popsicles (makes 8 oz) 5 minutes
Passive Time
6 hours
Servings Prep Time
5 popsicles (makes 8 oz) 5 minutes
Passive Time
6 hours
Ingredients
Servings: popsicles (makes 8 oz)
Instructions
  1. In a blender, blend all ingredients together until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until firm, about 6 hours or until firm (makes 8 oz liquid; my popsicle molds are under 2 oz each so I was able to make 5 popsicles).
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