But my kids also love frozen treats, ice cream, ice blocks etc. So when I combine their two favourite things, they get very excited. When I make these ice pops, they don't last long. Everyday after school this is the first thing they ask for.
And these are actually good for you, I know everything that I put into it. So if you are looking to make something healthy that you and your kids will love, give these a try, they really are good.
Serves 4 in cup form or Makes approx. 12-14 ice pops
2 fresh mangoes, peeled, diced
250g strawberries, hulled
1 small banana, peeled
1/4 cup apple juice
200g tub reduced fat passionfruit yoghurt
Line a baking tray with some cling film or baking paper.
Place the diced mango onto your prepared tray. Cover and freeze for 3 hours or until frozen.
Place the frozen mango, half the strawberries, the banana, juice and yoghurt into a food processor. Blitz until smooth.
If you want to serve it now (as a soft serve) pour into glasses. Slice the remaining strawberries and place on top. Serve immediately.
Once frozen remove ice pop covers by putting them under hot running water until the moulds release. Serve immediately.
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