Wild Blueberry & Coconut Popsicles
From Medical Medium – original link here:
1. Mix the wild blueberries and raw honey in a bowl together. (You can also pulse them in a blender, if desired).
2. Assemble the popsicles by alternating a little scoop of the coconut yogurt with a little scoop of the wild blueberry mixture into each popsicle mold, repeating as desired until you’ve reached the top. Swirl gently with a butter knife to give the popsicles a slightly mixed effect.
3. Add popsicle sticks and/or lids and freeze overnight.
This is the third week of our Smoothie Kids class and in keeping with the rainbow theme, we are making a yellow smoothie. Most yellow fruits are tropical which is indicative of the sunny climate they grow in. Today we will be learning about various tropical fruits and I have a few on hand to show my little learners. We have Horned Melon, Star Fruit and Pineapple. I brought a lemon too but we will only be using a slice for alkalinity purposes. We will also be learning about vitamin C! I hope they enjoy it!!
As the weather is getting warmer, I am starting to focus on detoxing away the Winter blues and focus on my health. This week I will be making more detox smoothies. I’m sharing my first recipe today. I use Hawaiian Spirulina found here. But you can use any brand. I also added Chaga by Vim Energy which is an immune booster but that’s optional. Let me know what you think!
Very Berry Smoothie Detox
1/2 cup organic wild blueberries
1/2 cup organic blackberries
1/2 cup organic cherries
1 1/2 cups coconut water
2 tbsp lemon juice with a little rind
1 tsp of spirulina
1 tsp chaga powder (optional)
1 drop stevia sweetener (optional)