yummy (and healthy!) green popsicle recipe

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color your summer 3 with delia creates and kojodesignsToday’s lovely guest, Melissa from No. 2 Pencil cooks, bakes, creates… and even shares fabulous green popsicle recipes for Color Your Summer!

Green PopsiclesHi friends! I’m Melissa from No. 2 Pencil, and I’m so happy to be a part of this gorgeous and colorful series! I thought it would be fun to share these green popsicles. They are beautiful, delicious, and packed with healthy stuff! I used light color fruits, juice, and baby spinach to make the popsicles bright green. They taste just like a fruit popsicle, so even your picky eaters will love them!


Green Popsicles

I adapted these popsicles from my green smoothie recipe, and used the same popsicle mold as my Oreo Pudding Pops.

Green Popsicles

Makes about 10 popsicles

1 cup of frozen mango

1/2 of a large ripe banana

1 cup of freshly washed, firmly packed baby spinach

1 cup of light colored fruit juice – I used Dole 100% Juice Pineapple Orange Banana

Blend all ingredients until smooth and pour into popsicle molds. Freeze 2-3 hours.

Green Popsicles

Thanks so much for including me Kirstin and Jordan! I am so honored to share on your beautiful and inspiring blog!


no. 2 pencil roundupFor another dose or two of Melissa’s gorgeous, yummy creativity, be sure to check out some of the other No. 2 Pencil fabulousness- like these sheer-genius pancake pops, these red velvet cinnamon rolls, these oh-so-lovely stenciled tea towels, these fantastic (and free!) Oh Snap! printables. Melissa and I are even green smoothie making kindred spirits.

green swing top tutorialAnd be sure to go check out this darling green swing top at Delia Creates!

Also- a little update- we’ve changed the Flickr pool entry requirements (making it easier to enter and WIN prizes!).

To enter- all you need to do is upload pictures of a DIY project that is summer-y and colorful.

*If you used a Color Your Summer tutorial (or were inspired by one), great! The lists of tutorials from 2011 is here and from 2012 is here.

*If you made something in 2013 colorful that would fit into our series, fantastic!

Just upload your picture into our Flickr pool before July 20 at midnight to be entered to win!

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  1. Looks yummy and pretty!! I miss maxing spinach smoothies every day. You just feel like patting yourself on the this-is-healthy-for-me back a bit every time that they are tinged (or fully) green-colored. 🙂

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