|½||cup sweet potato puree|
|½||large banana (frozen)|
|100 ml||orange juice|
|100 ml||almond milk|
|1 tsp||Golden Chlorella|
|1 tsp||Agave Nectar (optional)|
What have sweet potato puree, frozen banana, orange juice, Alver Golden Chlorella, almond milk, and agave nectar all in common? When you mix them together they all scream “Ice cream”!
Well, “popsicles” in fact, because it is with these few ingredients that you can make the most delicious refreshment at home. In the list above, you willfind all the ingredients you need.
To make the sweet potato puree, simply cut one medium-sized sweet potato in half, place it onto an oven safe dish and bake at 180 °C for approximately 1 hour. Let them cool down and then keep them in the fridge or freezer until you need them.
When making the smoothie, simply scoop out the flesh of the sweet potato with a spoon from the potato skin and add to the smoothie mixture.
Put all ingredients in a smoothie maker or blender and mix until smooth. Then pour the mixture in a Popsicle mold and put in the freezer.
The ice pops are healthy, high-protein sweet treats that help keep in between meal cravings at bay and cool you down on a sunny day.
Wow your kids with these vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free treats. You can choose different juices, incorporate edible flowers and create a spectrum of various colorful hues. Anything that sparks your creativity and brings joy to you and your family!
These popsicles are perfect as a dessert at the end of a meal, the third course in a Mediterranean menu or at anytime throughout the day as a healthy snack.
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