Strawberry Pineapple Popsicles

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These hot summer temps get me every year here in Arizona, and this year especially as we are without a pool in our backyard. I made these simple whole fruit popsicles for the kids the other day. The fruit is refreshing and they are blended with coconut water, which is perfect for hydration!

The primary nutrient in coconut water in potassium, making it a high electrolyte drink. It also contains sodium, magnesium, and calcium. Balancing these electrolytes are essential for staying hydrated and can also help with reducing stress, fatigue, and maintaining muscle relaxation. 

RECIPE

Blend together each fruit separately with 1/4 cup of coconut water until smooth. Layer into popsicle molds and freeze. You can easily adjust the flavor by substituting the fruit for another one. 


Looking for some fun popsicle molds to make yours with? Check out these at the links below!

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Fresh fruitsicles and delicious pudding pops! These food safe silicone Popsicle molds come in fun shapes the whole family will enjoy. Perfect for fresh juices, smoothie blends, frozen yogurt or flavored jello. Silicone molds available in a variety of shapes, including: classic ice pop, pineapple, Lego blocks or Lego men Available in pink or green. You can shop HERE.


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Avoid plastics with these masterfully designed set of six individual stainless-steel paddle-style popsicle molds. They are user-friendly and adorable. And there‚Äôs no wrestling to free frozen pops either, just hold it in the palm of your hand for a few seconds and pull. You can shop HERE.