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not your average ice pops!,
This review is from: Ice Pop Joy: Organic, Healthy, Fresh, Delicious (Hardcover)
This book boasts beautiful and cheerful photography by Alexandra DeFurio and includes pure fruit pops, veggie pops, yogurt pops, tofu pops, herbal tea pops, chocolate pops, and specialty pops. She give many tips on how to get your young children to eat more healthy foods as well as serving and ingredient tips and education.
It appears she is a master of sneaking healthful ingredients into her creations. Some of the more surprising ingredients you may not see in your average ice pops include quinoa and kidney beans, teas and herbs. I have tried a few of her recipes (one worked as a great dairy- free throat soother in the middle of the night for a croupy boy), and will be making so many more with the return of warm weather.
The ingredients can be easily acquired at your local grocery store, farmer's markets, gardens and health food stores. These are not your average ice pops. They are healthy AND tasty and I love this cookbook!