Green Ice Pops Video
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How To Never Say "Eat Your Greens" Again Video



Have kids who won't eat their greens? No problem. Here's the plan: head to your local market and grab and handful of kale -- a really big handful. Wash it, stuff it in the blender with some pineapples, bananas and coconut water, purée, and then pour into ice pop molds. Yes, pop molds. Your kids are about to experience their greens as they never have before.

Even for the most persnickety of kids these Green Ice Pops are a super-sweet, bright green treat! Made with coconut water which has dehydration-fighting electrolytes, pineapple, and of course tons of nutrient-rich kale, your little whippersnapper is going to get their greens and then some. There's no better way to "lick" a greens aversion than through these pops. Now watch how we do it!

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  3. Kirsten D

    July 24, 2012 at 11:19 am

    I’m so glad to see this today, my molds have been sitting in the cabinet for 3 weeks because i couldn’t decide what to freeze in them.

  4. Jamie

    July 23, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Where did you find those popsicle molds?

  5. Ruth

    July 17, 2012 at 8:44 am

    Chloe could not be any cuter! Those popsicles are huge! We use the little 2 oz molds, which is about all my son can take…. he loves the concept of popsicles, but even when he picks what goes in them, he might eat one and then he’s done with them. I suspect he gets brain-freeze!

  6. Jennifer

    July 17, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Just made these for my boys. Not one single complaint about the Popsicles being green. They loved them!