High protein chocolate cherry popsicles

I love making popsicles over the summer. I actually make them through out the year but when it gets warmer I tend to make them even more. These high protein chocolate cherry popsicles are great for my kids as a snack not only because they are healthy and nutritious but they are super easy to make.

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Popsicles is one of my favorite things to make when it comes to making snacks through any time of the year and the fact that you can make endless variations is key for us. We never get bore of popsicles. My kids pretty much enjoy any flavor I make for them, there is not much that can go wrong when making popsicles so I really urge you to make your own! Much more economical and healthy that store bought.

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I love getting frozen cherries, thus you can use any time of the year. Using cherries makes a tasty combination, however, if you like you can use any other fruit of your choice. Anything goes really.

My kids go crazy when I make popsicles so I always try to sneak good nutritious ingredients for them to consume while enjoying them. I think is just plain genius!

I love for them to have high protein healthy snacks. Not only it keeps them full longer but it actually helps their little bodies since they are on a growing phase.

If you haven’t started making your own popsicles at home I urge to. These high protein chocolate cherry popsicles would be a great way to start. Making homemade popsicles is more economical than store bought kinds , healthier and you can make endless variations.

Enjoy!

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High protein chocolate cherry popsicles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 popsicles

Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Place all the ingredients in a blender and pulse until you obtain a homogenous mixture.

Divide mixture between the popsicle mold and place a wooden stick on each popsicle hole and freeze for at least 4 hours.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Burt’s Bees. The opinions and text are all mine.


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10 comments

  1. As always, your baked goods have never let me down…they look incredibly delicious!

  2. I’ve only baked with coconut flour once. Must try it again soon. These muffins! They look amazing!!

  3. Oooh, these look great, gluten free and all!  I’ll bet the Greek yogurt makes them nice and moist.

  4. Oh my goodness- look at ALL that chocolate! <3 Gluten free or not, I would be all over these, lol. ;)

  5. Holy cow, these muffins and these pictures are amazing! I love your process shots.

  6. Bananas and chocolate are two of my favorite things! These look killer!

  7. You are probably one of my favorite food bloggers! Hands down! I started changing the way I eat about seven or eight years ago. I am pregnant now and your blog has been my go to, for some healthy treats these days because you do not always use flour and have almond meal recipes! I love it! I like to use coconut flour too because some of the other flours just taste really funny, like the garbanzo bean and sorghum. I have been struggling with those and the taste for years now. 

    • Oh thanks so much. I am glad you can find some recipes that you like and that you keep coming back for more. I really appreciate it. I love almond flour, I need to start using it more :-) Good luck with the pregnancy and thanks for stopping by :-)

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