Ice Pop Joy recipes are so unique. Anyone who looks for ways to get their child to eat healthier food will love this book. The book is filled with recipes for popsicles that have healthy ingredients in them. Before seeing this book I would of never thought of putting vegetables or tofu in a popsicle. I think it is a genius idea. The recipes are easy and looking at them there is no difference between them and any other popsicle. When you try them you will be shocked on how good they are. You would think by adding something like spinach in a popsicle it would not taste good but it does. --YourOrganicChild.com - April 11 2011
I think getting creative with ice pops by adding healthy food is a great way to introduce your kids to new foods, new flavors, and new textures while they are experimenting with what they like! Start brainstorming with your kids and let them think about things they can add like kale What the Press is Saying: and pistachios! This is a must have book in your kitchen. Aren t the pictures amazing? --SuprHealthyKids.com - April 1, 2011
Daulter, a chef and advocate of organic, healthy food for kids, claims ice pops are the new cupcakes, and this book, plus a few similar titles publishing this summer, proves she may well be right. Emphasizing fresh, seasonal ingredients and kid-friendly flavor combinations, Daulter presents simple recipes for a range of ice pops, including those made with fruit, vegetables, yogurt, and chocolate. Short ingredients lists and streamlined instructions will appeal to busy moms and dads, while health-conscious parents will appreciate Daulter s use of alternative sweeteners, such as honey and agave nectar --Library Journal - March 15, 2011
About the Author
Anni Daulter is cofounder of Bohemian Baby Food and Conscious Family Living and is author of Organically Raised: Conscious Cooking for Babies and Toddlers (Rodale, May 2010). She has an MSW from the University of Southern California, and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and four children.