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Freedom in a Popsicle

The yummiest, healthiest, easiest to make 4th of July popsicles that there ever were.

TIE-DYE FIREWORK POPS

INGREDIENTS:

~ 1 container of coconut yogurt (we looove Anita's)

~ 1 container of organic blueberries

~ 1/2 container of organic strawberries (stemmed and cut up)

~ Wooden popsicle sticks containing your favorite mantras written on the ends. Some ideas include: 

-"Baby, you're a firework"

-"Your DNA swirls in all the right ways"

-"You have the best bikini body in the whole world"

-"You shine so bright, the world needs sunglasses just to look at you"

DIRECTIONS:

In a blender or food processor, pureé cut up strawberries (you can add a natural sweetener to the fruit, but we left it out.) Pour strawberry pureé into a bowl and set aside. Next, pureé container of blueberries, pour into bowl or cup and set aside. Starting with the strawberry pureé, pour mixture about a 1/2 an inch to 1 inch into popsicle molds. Follow with about 2 tablespoons of the coco yogurt, and top it off with blueberry pureé. (You can also alternate the 3 mixtures creating multiple layers.) With the popsicle stick, knife or skewer, swirl mixture to create a tie-dye / firework effect. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 4 hours, or overnight.  

 

COCO WATER QUENCH

INREDIENTS:

~ 1 bottle of Harmless Harvest coconut water

~ 1 container of organic blueberries

~ 1 container of organic strawberries

~ popsicle sticks

DIRECTIONS:

Slice up strawberries into thin slivers, and place into popsicle molds. Throw in blueberries on top, Pour in coconut water and garnish with a few more pieces of fruit. Freeze these pops for about an hour before placing in sticks, to ensure that they stand up straight. Once the sticks are in, allow pops to freeze overnight, and enjoy!

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