Thanks to Produce for Kids for sharing these refreshing cool summer treats. Check out all of the recipes below. We sure can’t wait to try them during the hot summer days!
Summer heat burning you up? Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and cool down with one of these produce-packed cool summer treats!
PB&J Popsicles: These pops get their “jelly” flavor from fresh strawberries and blueberries, helping the whole family sneak in more produce!
Banana Fro-yo: This smooth and creamy dessert uses bananas for a lighter, creamer and healthier version of frozen yogurt.
Green Smoothie Pops: Enjoy the goodness of a green smoothie in a fun, frozen treat! Kids won’t even know they’re eating veggies.
Splash of Fun Fruit Juice: Serve this cool juice recipe in the summer, when watermelon’s season is at its peak.
Pineapple Pear Shake: Frozen yogurt gets an extra sweet twist with the addition of pineapple and pears in this refreshing recipe.
Very Berry Peach Lemonade: Peaches and berries give this lemonade natural sweetness and color for a refreshing summer drink.
Peach Pie Smoothie: Enjoy the fresh, summer taste of peach pie in a glass! Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for a fun, healthy dessert.
Banana Crunch Popsicles: A crunchy, frozen treat that kids will love to eat! These popsicles are a perfect make-ahead idea for a healthy treat for summer.
Berry Cherry Frozen Yogurt Bites: These yogurt bites are perfectly portioned and bite-sized for little ones. Packed with protein and crunchy nuts, they’re also a healthful dessert.
Smoothie Pops: Make an extra batch of pops to have on hand during hot summer days as a refreshing, protein-packed and sweet treat.
Super Green Smoothie: Cool off and sneak in extra veggies with this recipe. Kids won’t be able to taste the spinach, but will be getting an extra boost of healthy.
This post originally appeared on the Produce for Kids Blog.
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