The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Mercola Articles
Ice pops and frozen puddings and ice creams on a stick are a snack that’s well-loved around the world. Kids love them, especially on a hot summer day. However, the problem with this type of food is that it’s usually processed and is high in sugar and very low in nutrition, which isn’t ideal for you and your growing kids.1
Instead, I recommend you try this scrumptious frozen fudge pop recipe. It uses avocado as the base ingredient, along with cocoa powder to give it an appealing flavor for people of all ages. This is one summer treat your children will definitely look forward to all the time.
Creamy Avocado Fudge Pops
Cook time: 4 to 6 hrs. Number of Serving: 12 minipops
1 tablespoon of vanilla extract 1/4 cup of monk fruit Pinch of salt, optional In a blender,post was originally published on this site