Homemade Vegan Fruit Pops

We don’t like the little ones taking in a lot of sugar unless it’s from a natural source like fruit etc. I’m also trying to set the example, for the children to grow up vegetarian. I have never tried to enforce a diet on any of my kids. In fact my son Noah is still eats me even though he knows that I’m totally against it. He did grow up with my parents for the longest time and so the influence was always there. My daughter Amber, she’s back-and-forth. Many people ask me why my family does things that I wouldn’t do since I’m supposed to be an influence to them. It is, people have the right to choose what they want on their own pathways it just because I live a certain way doesn’t make it so that others have to either.

Anyhow, I was trying to think of a really good treat for the babies it was really hot outside. I ended up coming up with this little recipe which is super easy and fun to make, since I did ask for my toddler‘s help. She had a good time making them and eating them too.

Fruity cream pops. Alura Cein 2021

Recipe

1.) One Cup of vegetarian heavy whipping cream.

2.) One bag of frozen mixed berry blend. ( we used blackberries, blueberries and raspberries.) Use only one cup.

3.) A popsicle tray for “ DIY Popsicles”. You can find them at Walmart but I got mine at HomeGoods.

4.) One Cup of Vegetarian Milk. You could use any variety of them. Rice milk, coconut milk, milk, almond milk etc. Just make sure that you get the vanilla flavored kind.

Instructions

Add all ingredients to a blender and blend! Afterwards, just pour your mix into your popsicle trays and freeze. It’s really that simple. Ours took only a few hours to freeze over and so we were able to enjoy these really delicious treats rather quickly. It also made my toddler feel like a big girl to help out.

I always try to instill virtues and values in my kids and family members by making tasks seem fun that also help them to learn. You can do the same with your family while making a tasty treat for the hot weather outside this summer. Good luck. If you happen to make any, post yours on your social media and tag me please. I’m looking forward to hear your review on how they tasted after trying out this recipe.to help out. I always try to instill virtues and values in my kids and family members by making tasks seem fun that also help them to learn. You can do the same with your family while making a tasty treat for the hot weather outside this summer. Good luck.

If you happen to make any, post yours on your social media and tag me please. I’m looking forward to hear your review on how they tasted after trying out this recipe.

My Instagram is @alura_cein

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