Clean eating and knowing what you are giving your children and family to eat is so important. Most of the frozen treats in the grocery stores are filled with preservatives and funky ingredients that I prefer not to serve my family. Last week I finally bought a Zoku popsicle maker. An investment but you can certainly use regular popsicle molds if you have those on hand (they just require freezing time). Plus, kids of all ages love making their own versions of their treats. This is my daughter’s 3rd or 4th popsicle that she’s made.
Organic mango 100% juice (or you can juice your own mangos)
If you are using a Zoku pop maker, freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions. OR with regular popsicle molds, add the raspberries to the mold (stick them to the wall if using a Zoku). Then place the sticks (Zoku) and then pour the juice into the molds. If using traditional molds, place the tops on and freeze for at least 6 hours. If using Zoku, wait 7-9 minutes, then add the orange removal tool and twist it until the pop releases. Repeat and enjoy!
— Knead to Cook