Healthy Popsicles for Kids!
We know it can be hard to get your kids to eat things that are healthy for them. You want to load them up on spinach, kale, and all the other “good stuff”, but they balk at the sight of it. Wouldn’t it be sneaky if you could hide ‘healthy’ into something they love to eat? Just in time for the summer heat, this clever mom hack demonstrates how to make popsicles that are healthy! They will boost your kids immune system with every lick!
The hidden secret? Replace an unhealthy sweetener with Maty’s Organic Cough Syrup. This organic syrup has ten immune boosting ingredients in every serving. It’s loaded with antioxidant-rich organic honey, which is perfect for sore throats and seasonal allergies. Organic cinnamon, apple cider vinegar, zinc, and lemon peel are just a few of the ingredients that naturally help boost their immune system all year long.
To leave your kids begging for you to make more, add any healthy flavoring you wish. Berries are an excellent immune booster that goes well with our cough syrup.
Get creative and add whatever your child loves. This hack works with any popsicle recipe you have sitting on your Pinterest board. Gives you an excuse to finally put one of them to use! Just remember to replace the sweetener in the recipe with Maty’s Organic Cough Syrup. The best part? This is a recipe your kids will keeping asking for more of.
Here’s How To Make Popsicles That Are An Easy, Healthy Treat Any Time Of Year.
What You’ll Need:
1/3 cup Maty’s Organic Cough Syrup
1 ½ cups Frozen Berries (we used organic raspberries)
1 ½ cups Green Tea (we used organic jasmine green tea, but you can use your favorite or
whatever you have in your cupboard)
1/3 cup Sparkling Water or Plain Greek Yogurt (optional*)
Your favorite summer Popsicle Molds
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds. Let freeze for 2-3 hours and watch your kids enjoy their healthy, immune boosting treat! That simple!
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