Ice pops are a favorite during the hot summer months at our home. Especially for Evelyn, as the poor thing never seems to catch a break when it comes to teething. She loves those cold ice pops to soothe her aching gums.
This is my simple one-two punch recipe. I feel bad calling it a recipe because I’m actually not doing much. With two young kids, it has to be about quick and easy these days.
We are on the west coast at the moment so I like to get my fresh juices from Pressed Juicery . I don’t have the time to make my own fresh juices so Pressed Juicery does the hard work for me. Their Greens 2 is packed with every green imaginable plus an apple that saves the day and makes it sweet, which my kids love.
With two young kids, it has to be about quick and easy these days...
I fill the mold with the Green Juice. Freeze them and voila! They get to have their ice pop and their greens at the same time. Do I know just how nutritional the green juice is after freezing it? Well, there’s no question that degradation will happen. But what I do know it’s definitely not bad for them.
The one that Evelyn is holding in this picture was Mabel’s but she snagged it from her. I like using this smaller mold for Evelyn as it’s easier for her to handle.
Finding green juice at your local grocery store seems to be a much easier task these days so give it a try and let me know if the kiddies liked it!
From my home to yours,