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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Sellers Publishing Inc (March 11, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416206256
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416206255
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 8.4 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,270 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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

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.

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Anni Daulter, MSW

Anni is an eco-mama, professional cook, advocate of sustainable living and author. Anni was the founder of a fresh organic baby food company, Bohemian Baby. Recently, Anni, along with Elena Rego launched a new site and magazine called Sacred Pregnancy. With her knowledge and passion about child well being combined with her love of healthy but tasty cooking, Anni wrote her first book called, Organically Raised: Conscious Cooking for Babies & Toddlers (Rodale, May 2010). Since then, Anni has gone on to author several books including, ICE POP JOY, The Organic Family Cookbook, Naturally Fun Parties for Kids, Sacred Pregnancy + Bountiful Baby Purees.

Anni is also an eco-food and lifestyle stylist and styles all of her own books as well as others. If you are interested in seeing her styling work, please visit her at Delicious Gratitude (www.deliciousgratitude.com). Anni is a spokesperson for Nordic Naturals, has been a guest speaker in the kitchen at Baby Celebration, The Pump Station, Whole Children Whole Planet, Holistic Moms Network and has written for Delicious Living Magazine, Momfilter, LA Parents and Orange County Parents and is the resident baby / toddler food expert for Hot Moms Club, City Mommy, Citibabes NY, Mindful Mama, Green Moms, Greenopia, and Macaroni Kid.

Anni lives in the country-side in Pennsylvania with her family. She has one son, Zoë (14) and Tim & Anni have one daughter together Lotus Sunshine (7) Bodhi Ocean (5), and River Love (age 2).

Please visit Anni at:

www.deliciousgratitude.com
www.sacredpregnancy.com

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Can't wait to try another recipe.
lazyjane
With the wonderful recipes in Ice Pop Joy, I dont have to worry about my kids eating healthy!
Mama's Getting Kinda Crunchy
All of these recipes are healthy, easy to follow and delicious.
J. Gleason

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149 of 162 people found the following review helpful By NewlyGreenMum on April 24, 2011
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I don't review a lot of items that I buy on amazon.com, but after reading all the 'syrupy sweet' reviews here( obviously written by the authors friends/ family/ online followers, plus they all have not reviewed other books by different authors) I am going to give an honest review of the recipes we have made.
1.bluebird pop- lovely but too sweet. We simply reduce the sugar.
2. Sour girl pop- fantastic. Very refreshing. Not too sweet, not too sour.
3. Pompalicious- Very dry and bitter. My partner likes it though.
4.Cool n fresh- a lovely pop. Very refreshing and healthy.
5. Pink princess- love it. Slightly bitter, but nice.
6. Blackberry swirl- gorgeous.
7. Classic vanilla tofu- very filling but tasty. Not too sweet.
8. Rooibos red tea immunity pop- not nice. Very dry ( the grapefruit) my partner did like them though. Very pretty red pops.
9. Mexican spiced fire pops- absolutely horrible. Very bitter, no sweetness. I took one bite and threw them all in the bin.
10. Happiness pop- As the title says. They are creamy, not too sweet and will make you very happy indeed.
11. Peace pop- I don't like these. The carrot is very over powering and you cannot taste the mango or strawberries.
12. Melon madness- my favourite pop. Very refreshing. Great on a hot summers day.
13. Citrus cooler- my other favourite. Nice and sweet and a pretty yellow colour. This is the pop we make again and again.
14. Island breeze- another very pretty pop, but because of the kiwi it is very bitter. The added honey does not really help to cut through the sour. We won't have these again. My partner did enjoy them though.
15. Quinoa pop- an expensive pop to make, because of the quinoa and blueberries. To me quinoa tastes and smells like peanuts.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By lazyjane on June 14, 2011
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My 1.5 year old daughter loves ice pops, but I felt incredibly guilty giving her sugar-laden ones that I bought at the store (once or twice I've given her the Edy's Acai Blueberry ones which are very tasty and actually made with real fruit - but sugar is still pretty high up there on the ingredient list). Ice Pop Joy is the perfect solution for moms who want to give their kid a yummy treat, but also want to try to make it healthy. Just made my first batch - Summer Splash Tofu (strawberries, blueberries, silken tofu, oj, flaxseeds and honey). Super easy to make - it probably took 10 minutes total. I was a little worried that the flaxseeds might be overpowering when I licked the spatula after cleaning out the blender (they have a very toasty flavor), but I think the frozen pops taste great. OK, I might prefer Edy's, but these are great considering how much healthier they are. I might add a little lime juice next time as I think a little more acidity could help - but that could be my fault as my measurements weren't really precise - the recipe makes 24 oz, but I added a little extra to fill all my popsicle molds (10 3oz pops - this one Norpro Ice Pop Maker). Can't wait to try another recipe. They all look good.

As a side note, I love the recipes and the photography is gorgeous--my daughter even loves flipping through the book herself. However, the author is a little preachy for my taste. I'm pretty into being green and eating organic foods and all that (we cloth diaper, belong to an organic veggie CSA, etc.), but even I find her tone to be a little much.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sheryl Lyon on April 18, 2011
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Just in time for summer, Anni Daulter has composed another fabulous, healthy recipe book for children but this time the focus is all about frozen delights. I was more than happy to test a few recipes on the girls for a fun book review of Ice Pop Joy

Like Daulter's other book,Organically Raised: Conscious Cooking for Babies and Toddlers, you will find mouthwatering images of the ice pops being held by equally gorgeous children. The photography is always one of the most delightful parts of Daulter's books.

The book is sectioned by main ingredients and includes pure fruit pops, veggie pops, yogurt pops, tofu pops, herbal tea pops, chocolate pops and more. Daulter includes a wide variety of healthy ingredients including natural sweeteners and a huge variety of healthy fruits, nuts, grains and vegetables.

In order to properly review Ice Pop Joy, I let Brielle, Bianca and our little hostess here in Florida each pick a recipe. Brielle picked Goo Goo Ga Ga (apples, mangoes and yogurt), Bianca picked Treehouse Pop (high protein nut butters) and Kaylee picked Rock Star (strawberries, kale, blueberries, wheat germ). Prior to our trip, I ordered a few cool popsicle molds Orka A47221 Ice Pop Molds, White Base because the book features popsicles created from a variety of molds in the book and it really seems to add to the visual interest of the popsicle.

The first thing I noted about the recipes is the cost involved. I hit a health food store because many of the ingredients would be tough to find at a mainstream grocery store.
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