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Recipe For Smoothie Mini Pops — 38 Comments

  1. Freezing bananas with the skin on? Interesting!
    Tammy sharing the blog ♥ Bringing the Outside InMy Profile

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    • It was a mistake but worked out quite well 🙂

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  2. These are gorgeous Tandy! I bet my son would eat them up. I haven’t tried to give him anything to cold to him yet, but I know a lot of kids like lollis and this seems healthier 😛

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    • And great when they are teething!

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  3. These look delicious. What a cool idea to make the pops with left over smoothies. Really refreshing for the Summer!
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    • They make the perfect afternoon treat 🙂

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  4. This looks delicious! I have been making a lot of green smoothies and this will be a nice break/
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    • I need to start making some green smoothies 🙂

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  5. Oh, my! It is what I call a refreshing and healthy breakfast/snack. Love the combo of flavors!!!

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    • Thanks Denise 🙂

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  6. These would be perfect for the summer, I do not always enjoy my morning smoothies but I have to take them so I will try freezing them I am sure would make them better!
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    • I am sure it will!

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  7. My kids would love these smoothie mini pops!
    Pam sharing the blog ♥ Caramelized Onion Mashed PotatoesMy Profile

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    • I am sure they would 🙂

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  8. An extra fun way to enjoy some healthy nutrition! Homemade pops always taste 100 times better anyway!
    Mary @ LOVE the secret ingredient sharing the blog ♥ Grilled Chicken with Fresh Curry Leaves & Lemon, Onion Butter SauceMy Profile

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    • For sure they do 🙂

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  9. Tandy, iam seeing smoothie mini pops for the first time. Classic pop. I can feel the chilled creamy flavorful almond and banana. Amazing recipe

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    • Thanks Smitha 🙂

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  10. So cute! A great idea for having smoothies in a different way. We do that sometimes for our kids in summer.
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    • It must be a great treat for them 🙂

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  11. Oh How cute! Indeed the perfect gift!! And how do you peel the skin off from frozen bananas. Thats such a task for me! I always freeze them peeled.
    Sahar sharing the blog ♥ Vegan Dinner Tasting | A Divine Food JourneyMy Profile

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    • I forgot to peel them first and found they were so easy to do when frozen. I just used a serrated knife 🙂

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  12. You’ve been really creative with your Zoku maker! I had one but alas the salt leaked out from inside the maker. What a shame as it was lots of fun!
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    • That is not good Lorraine. This one does not have the salt and need to be kept in the freezer 🙂

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  13. These smoothie pops look so refreshing and delish, Tnady.
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    • Thanks Anu 🙂

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  14. What a cool idea Tandy. I often make a smoothie for breakfast so I can drink it when putting my make up on in the mornings. I could freeze some for dessert later! Never thought about that 🙂

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    • I should do as you do and drink mine while getting my face ready for the world 🙂

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  15. What fun.

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    • They are indeed!

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  16. Hi Tandy, I love that you add raw almonds to your smoothies, looks delicious!
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Cottage Cooking Club and Jamie’s Food RevolutionMy Profile

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    • And healthy to boot!

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  17. Oh wow this looks like such a good idea! I need to go out and buy a Popsicle mold…
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    • You will get a lot of use out of it 🙂

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  18. I like smoothies for breakfast sometimes too! Especially when it finally gets hot here. Yum =)

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    • Hopefully summer is not too far away 🙂

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  19. We always have some of these in out freezer in the summer and we definitely will be this summer too, to keep me cool during pregnancy.

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    • I am sure you will make some interesting flavours Dannii 🙂

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