I love popsicles in the summer and always keep a lot in the house. They are pure sugar and NO GOOD! Frozen strawberries have been able to work, but it just isn't the same. I have found that taking different fruit (strawberries, raspberries, apple, orange, etc) and blending them all together in the blender and pouring in 1/2 cup glad containers and freeze them. They end up being pretty delicious and healthy italian-ice like frozen treat!
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I stock up my freezer with sugar free popsicles a Edy's Fruit bars at only 25 and 80 calories respectively I never feel bad about having one after dinner. It's a yummy healthy snack, and it helps curb any sweet cravings I may be having. Also it's a nice treat to look forward to for a day well done.
My favorite flavor for the popsicles is Raspberry and for the fruit bars I recommend Strawberry
I Make frozen pops with Yoplait Light yogurt. IT comes in 24 or more flavors, only 100 calories and 0 fat! Plus yogurt is good for you! It's a great refreshing & healthy snack anytime! Treat yourself and give it a try!! They're345!!9 Z146
If you don't have Popsicle molds, you can use ice cube trays & wooden craft sticks to hold them with!
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