Category Archives: Popsicles
I’ve been asked to guest blog over at Whole Pieces. Blogger and certified health and wellness coach, Julie Casper, focuses on the overall health and well being of her clients. Through her blog, she addresses nutritional news, healthy choices, and healthy perspectives. You can also find Whole Pieces on Twitter and Facebook too!
Julie asked that I share an all natural recipe and include some of my own food/well being perspective. So, I gave her my Watermelon Ice Pop recipe and some mental food for thought.
To read my blog post and get this delicious recipe you’ll need to head on over to Whole Pieces and check it out! CLICK HERE!
As a teaser, I am now including a product review for Adonia Frozen Greek Yogurt (the white end of the pops). For the ice pops (pictured above), ideally you would want to use a green-colored frozen treat to get the “watermelon effect”. Of course, getting green generally means green food coloring – i.e. artificial flavoring. So, instead, I went for a green taste by employing the tastiness of Ciao Bella’s Adonia Key Lime Greek Frozen Yogurt. It isn’t green in color, but the taste and the nutritional aspects make up for it. Unlike Ben & Jerry’s
f ake greek yogurt (see here), this stuff is real, right down to the live and active cultures and protein content. No only that, but unlike ice cream, it’s only 130 calories per serving!
Finally, I should mention that this stuff is super tasty. I’ve had the key lime flavor and the espresso flavor (which I like better). You cannot go wrong with this product and it is such a great alternative to ice cream. Click here to find out where you can buy this tasty treat.