Jack O’Lantern Apple PopsIt’s almost spooky season and we’re rounding up our favorite Halloween treats! These apple pops are made with just five ingredients: apples, white chocolate, plant-based natural orange food color, semi-sweet chocolate, and dye-free candy for the green stem. It’s a fun after-school treat and a great hands-on activity for the kids to get creative!Apple Pie SmoothieNothing says autumn more than sweet apples and the warm flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves.
🥧 This smoothie comes together in minutes, contains nutritious apples and bananas, whole grain oats, and is naturally sweetened by dates!Blueberry Wands It’s blueberry season and we are 👏 here 👏 for 👏 it!! My kids believe everything is better on a stick, so we made these chocolate covered blueberries into magical wands! Great for a Frozen-themed party, Fourth of July sparklers, or a fun snack activity.Watermelon SparklersIf you’re looking for an incredibly easy last minute Fourth of July dessert, we got you covered with these chocolate drizzled watermelon and blueberry fruit sparklers. The perfect addition to any barbecue, these come together within minutes and are always a crowd pleaser.Strawberry Shortcake PopsMade with creamy strawberries and coconut cream, this healthier version of the classic is coated in white chocolate and covered in freeze dried fruit and gluten-free cookie crumbs. Introducing you to your new summertime favorite bar.Firecracker PopsiclesA cleaned up version of a classic, we used fruits for natural coloring rather than the artificial food dyes you'd get from the ice cream man. Naturally sweetened by strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and pure maple syrup, this is a treat I feel good about giving my children this summer!Chocolate Yogurt ClustersThese no-bake frozen yogurt treats are about to become your new favorite snack! Made with wholesome yogurt, fresh fruit, and pure maple syrup or honey, these frozen yogurt treats are then dipped in sweet white chocolate, making it the perfect red, white, and blue dessert this Fourth of July!Patriotic Apple PopsBookmark this page for the easiest no-bake July 4th recipe!! Takes just a few minutes, the base is fruit, and my kids LOVED that they could decorate these themselves.(One Ingredient) Fruit Snow ConesIf you look at the ingredients of a classic snow cone, they’re pretty cringy. Not only is there a boat load of sugar, but the amount of synthetic food dye is mind boggling. Let’s normalize real food. That’s where we come in 😉.
🍧 These ONE INGREDIENT fruit cones are made with just fruit. No added sweeteners, no added junk. While you can use a hand grater too, this mama’s got no time or patience, so I used my electric grater. My kids wanted a red, white, and blue effect for Fourth of July, so we settled on strawberries, pineapple, and wild blueberries.Coconut Water Fruit PopsThese 3-ingredient popsicles are perfect for a Fourth of July treat or summertime snack. So simple to make, my kids are amazed that these star shaped popsicles are see-through and I love how hydrating and nutritious they are!Yogurt ParfaitHappy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸 Ready for an easy red, white, and BLUEberry meal idea? If you’re tired of the same old breakfasts + snack ideas, try this creamy calcium & protein rich yogurt parfait! Nutritious + packed with antioxidants, it’s a favorite with my 6&3 year olds and comes together in minutes!Berry ‘N’ Yogurt PopsiclesThese RED, WHITE, and BLUEberry popsicles are a great snacktivity to make with the kids, and also a healthy treat for the Fourth of July! They can be made dairy free (depending on the yogurt used), and are filled with clean, natural good-for-you ingredients. Perfect for those warm summer days!