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Berry Pomegranate Smoothie Ice Pops are made with yogurt and fresh fruit and no added sugar so they’re a healthy snack for the whole family. Thank you to Stonyfield and Barlean’s for sponsoring today’s Berry Pomegranate Smoothie Pops recipe. #sponsored #Stonyfield #ad #Barleans #omega #organic
I’m constantly looking for ways to get more nutrition into the foods my kids like. My son is what some would call a picky eater, and he has some sensory issues that make meal times challenging. His doctor has suggested additional OMEGA-3 in his diet, but we have yet to find a supplement that he’ll take. Recently, I received some samples from Barlean’s and I’ve been amazed at their Barlean’s Pomegranate Blueberry Total Omega Vegan Swirl. My son has had it in yogurt and even juice and doesn’t mind it one bit. It’s vegan and totally delicious. Yes, I just said that about a supplement. It’s that good. It comes in a variety of flavors including Strawberry Banana and Orange Cream. Barlean’s also makes many other organic healthy products such as flax seed, coconut oil and fish oil. But back to my frozen yogurt Berry Pomegranate Smoothie Pops, let me tell you how to make them…
Berry Pomegranate Smoothie Pops
Here’s how to make a delicious and nutritious Berry Pomegranate Smoothie Pops:
Makes about 6 pops
1 ripe banana
2 cups Stonyfield raspberry yogurt
1 cup strawberries
1 cup blueberries
4 tablespoons Barlean’s Barlean’s Pomegranate Blueberry Total Omega Vegan Swirl
In a blender, combine the yogurt, fruit and Omega Swirl. Process until smooth. Pour the mixture into ice pop molds. (I swear by these Zoku Classic Pop Molds, 6 with drip guards – they work awesome!)
Don’t they look divine? All the goodness of fruit fruit and Stonyfield Yogurt with the added boost of the Barlean’s Total Omega supplement. And there’s no added sugar, so it’s good clean eating! I let my kids eat these for dessert or snack – even breakfast. You might also like our Tropical Fruit Smoothie Pops, too!