Popsicles. So sweet. So refreshing. They’re basically summertime on a stick, and we can’t get enough of them now that it’s hella hot outside. We’re big fans of homemade popsicles because they’re super easy to make and we get to choose all of the ingredients.
We can pack them with tasty stuff like fresh fruit and coconut water to make a sweet, satisfying pop that doesn’t have all the added sugar and artificial flavors that are often in the store-bought kind. And we love how the coconut water helps the body stay hydrated.
Plus, we can sprinkle in some Regular Girl to help keep our guts feeling great. Because we don’t want excess gas or bloating interfering with our fab summer plans – lounging by the pool, sunning ourselves on the beach, dancing it out at backyard parties.
1. Place fresh fruit into popsicle molds.
2. Add 2 scoops Regular Girl to 1.5 C coconut water. Stir and pour into molds.
3. Freeze until solid (usually about 3 hours) and enjoy!
Yield: 6 popsicles with 1.6 grams of fiber and 2.6 billion probiotics per pop
We used fresh kiwi, pomegranate seeds, strawberries and blueberries in ours, but you can totally mix it up depending on what you like. Raspberries, blackberries, mango and mandarin oranges are also tasty in these. If you don’t have fresh fruit, no worries! Frozen fruit works well too.
When you’re ready to enjoy your tasty creation, run room temperature water over the molds for about 30 seconds. Then the popsicles should slide right out!