Easy juice popsicles, made with fresh fruit and vegetable juices are a quick and simple snack for kids. Healthy and refreshing on hot Summer days!
*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Jamba Juice for IZEA so I could share these easy juice popsicles with you. All opinions are 100% mine.*
I have been a big fan of Jamba Juices for years now.
I even got my husband hooked on them, after getting married…lol.
I recently visited one of their Chicago locations and tried some of their NEW flavors, which totally rock!
While sipping those juices, I got a CRAZY idea in my head => I wanted to turn them into popsicles!
They would be the perfect HEALTHY snack or dessert for these insanely hot Summer days.
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All of their juices are healthy, paleo and fresh pressed with NO preservatives!
You are getting 100% fresh squeezed juices with no added junk!
So, what’s not to like?!
Kids love them just as much as adults and they taste even BETTER as popsicles! 😉
By the way, if you are fond of popsicles, you should check out these other FANTASTIC popsicle recipes from my archives:
Anyways, my favorite flavor was the Triple Revitalizer juice.
After one sip, I realized that I should have ordered a larger size…lol.
This drink was made with oranges, carrots and bananas plus it has a STUNNING color!
I am not too fond of carrots but I DIDN’T mind them at all in this juice.
To make these quick and easy juice popsicles, you will need the following ingredients and supplies:
Fresh juices from Jamba Juice
And here are the steps:
Pour the juice into your popsicle molds.
Chill the molds in the freezer for 3 hours or until the juice has frozen.
And you are done! Enjoy!
Easy Juice Popsicles
- Fresh juices from Jamba Juice
- Popsicle molds
- Pour the juice into your popsicle molds.
- Chill the molds in the freezer for 3 hours or until the juice has frozen.
Well, that’s all for today.
Until next time, tata my lovelies!
*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Jamba Juice for IZEA so I could share these easy juice popsicles. All opinions are 100% mine.*