Warning ... Super healthy superpower ice blocks will have your kids wanting more. Perfect healthy sugar-free snack in the hot summer.
Can you guess the hidden ingredients?My kids were begging me for a healthy version of their regular summer treat - ice blocks/popsicles, so I came up with this super chocolatey cooling dessert. Warning: Superpower ice blocks will have your kids wanting more. What's the hidden ingredient?
Why not let your kids come up with some fun ideas? Choc orange popsicles? Mocha? Let their imagination go wild.
Are your kids like mine? Do they love making weird formulas then freezing them to see how they turn out? I remember as a kid, freezing water, grass and soil just so I could see it suspended in a frozen block. Let your kids experiment, let them have fun in the kitchen, sometimes not even food-related fun.
Super Power Ice Blocks
Do you have trouble getting your children to eat their leafy greens? Try these super simple Super Power ice blocks. They'll be sure to give your children superpowers after eating one.Super Power Ice Blocks are a fabulous little treat for children in the summer - sugar-free and hidden spinach!
Super Power ice blocks make for a filling after-school snack and a refreshing way to cool down in the summer. They can even be poured into ice cube trays, frozen and added to smoothies. How about for toddlers or for teething babies?
Once your children figure out what is inside, get them to make this simple recipe. Let them have fun in the kitchen experimenting with flavours and fresh ingredients.
Super Power Ice Blocks - recipe
See at the end of this post for more healthy sugar-free ice-cream recipes (adults and kids alike).
Super Power Ice Blocks
- 250 ml (1 cup) unsweetened yoghurt
- 250 ml (1 cup) coconut cream
- 100 g (1 cup) berries frozen or fresh
- 30 g (1/3 cup) cocoa unsweetened
- 75 g (1 1/2 cups) leafy greens chopped
- 2 tsp (2 tsp) chia seeds
- 125 ml (1/2 cups) full fat milk or cream
- 1 tbsp (1 tbsp) granulated sweetener of choice or more, to your taste
- Place all the above ingredients in a blender and pulse until all mixed and you can no longer see the spinach.
- Pour into ice block moulds.
- Freeze overnight.
- This makes a LARGE volume, you can make a smaller volume if you wish and adjust the ingredients accordingly.
- You can also drink this as a smoothie instead of freezing.
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- Sugar-free mocha popsicles
- Yogo-berry ice blocks
- Low-carb ice cream bars
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- Coconut ice cream