August 28, 2017

We’re Bananas for Bananamilk Pops!

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We’re officially 2 weeks into school and adjusting from summer schedule to school schedule has been fairly painless. The one thing I forgot about is when Miss H gets home from school, she is hungry! She is always looking for a snack, and we’re still in that season where popsicles and frozen treats are still requested regularly. Luckily, I have Sir Bananas® Bananamilk to help us with an easy treat that Miss H loves and can help make in the kitchen!

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Bananamilk Pops are a healthy alternative to regular frozen treats because it packs 7 grams of protein, no  artificial flavors, sweeteners or colors or high-fructose corn syrup. It’s also naturally gluten free because it is made with real bananas. And since there are real bananas in every serving, it’s loaded with 8 essential nutrients – Protein, Calcium, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Riboflavin (vitamin B2) and Phosphorus.  This mom is going bananas for bananamilk! This is a fun recipe because I always need extra hands to for the toppings once the pops have frozen. I like to make a batch during the weekend, so we have them all week for everyone to enjoy.

These pops couldn’t be any easier to make. I found this awesome pop mold and it came with a spout and everything we needed.  Just fill your favorite flavor to the top with 1/2 inch left. We did a mix of both flavors. Put the lids on, pop in the freezer for 4-6 hours or even better, overnight.

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Then, get your kids in the kitchen. Miss H is such a good eater, and I believe that her helping out all the time has gotten her interested in all kinds of options. Today we chose chopped pecans, mini chocolate chips and of course, sprinkles. This is a fun kid activity to get all the pops coated.

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You may find some of the larger pieces don’t stick well, just run your pop under water really quick to get them to stick. Then, just pop them in the freezer for 15-20 minutes for the toppings to set and you are ready to eat!

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And while it’s warm out still, go out and enjoy those cool banana treats outside. Less mess for mom to clean up!

I find my Sir Bananas® Bananamilk in the dairy section at my local Walmart. For me, it’s located on the top shelf above the milk. I really love that I can use my bananamilk for smoothies and more!

I love quick, easy and simple snack options for my child. What kind of toppings would you put on your bananamilk pops?

Print Recipe
Bananamilk Pops featuring Sir Bananas® Bananamilk
Easy homemade popsicles featuring Sir Bananas® Bananamilk
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 4-8 Hours
Servings
Pops
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 4-8 Hours
Servings
Pops
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Pour Sir Bananas® Bananamilk into pop mold leaving 1/2 inch at the top.
  2. Put lids on and freeze for 4 Hours or Overnight
  3. Remove pop from the mold (TIP - Run frozen mold under running water and should help release)
  4. Dip end in water and dip in favorite topping (Sprinkles, Chopped Nuts, Chocolate Chips)
  5. Put back in freezer for 15-20 minutes for toppings to stick to pop and serve!
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2 responses to “We’re Bananas for Bananamilk Pops!”

  1. How yummy!! I need to add toppings to our popsicles next time we make them!!

  2. Emily says:

    These popsicles are so fun! I think I would try Peanut Butter Chips with the Chocolate Bananamilk! #client

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