Healthy Summer Treats

Why buy processed, sugar filled treats for your kids when you can have fun in the kitchen together making homemade healthy versions. 

Here are the recipes for the treats Ramila talked about today June 27, 2016 on Ottawa CTV Morning Live

Healthy Summer Treat Recipes

- all homemade, without preservatives, or food colourings.

 

POPSICLES

1. FRUIT POPS
- blend kiwi and pour into popsicle mould 1/3 way up, freeze for 30mins, 
- then blend strawberries and fill 1/3 way up freeze again, 
- then blend mango and fill final 1/3 of mould. Freeze and enjoy

2. CREAMSICLE
- mix 1 scoop TNT formula (available at our clinic) in 60ml of water and 60 ml of pure mango juice. 
- pour into popsicle mould, freeze and enjoy

3.  FROZEN YOGURT POP
- mix 2 scoop of the TNT formula, with 60 ml of coconut milk and 60 ml of yogurt, shake to combine
- pour into popsicle mould, freeze and enjoy

4. BLUEBERRY FREEZY
- pour coconut water into mould and drop in a few blueberries, freeze and enjoy  

ICE CREAMS

1. CHOCO-BANANA ICE CREAM
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 2 tsp coconut oil
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 2 tbsp raw cocoa powder
Optional: 1/2 cup of greek yogurt

Blend together, freeze and enjoy

2. PINA COLADA ICE CREAM
- 2 cups frozen pineapple
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 4 tbsp shredded coconut
Optional: 1 scoop protein powder

PUDDING

1. CHOCOLATE AVOCADO PUDDING
- 1 medium avocado
- 1/2 cup almond or coconut milk
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp raw cocoa powder
- pinch of salt
- pinch of cinnamon
- blend together, chill and enjoy 

FRUIT SKEWERS

- fruit of choice to make skewers, cut into equal sized pieces to fit on bamboo skewers evenly
- can use the chocolate avocado pudding as a dip for these

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