Hey there! Some of you know that for a good long while we lived in the Nevada desert. We learned in that time some tried & true ways to cool down in the hot months. You see- the heat arrives as early as late February & sticks around until close to November. When I say heat- I mean it’s reaching 80 degrees during February & November & to us that meant comfortable. While we were there we had close to if not more than 100 days over 100 degrees. It’s scorching hot there right now. Fortunately we now live in North Idaho – so heat isn’t so much a factor anymore. But I still love making yummy cool treats when it’s finally warm enough here to kick off the heater. One thing I love to make is smoothie pops. These Banana Blueberry Smoothie Pops are really yummy & 100% healthy too.
We like a grab one, sit on the porch & watch the summer thunderstorms roll through.
Because they are all healthy ingredients, the kids like to have these with a bowl of fruit for breakfast too on those warm summer mornings.
Soooo good & if it’s really hot – have two!
Banana Blueberry Smoothie Pops
- 1 cup blueberries fresh or frozen
- 1 large banana
- 1 cup milk
- Add all ingredients to blender & blend on high for about 60-90 seconds
- Pour into pop molds, insert stick & freeze for several hours until solid
- I like to make mine the night before & let them freeze overnight.
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These are so incredibly simple- only takes a couple minutes to prepare.
Ready the next morning. EASY!!
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