Healthy and Delicious Frozen Fruit Cubes

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After reviewing LifeIce bite-sized flavored ice cubes I promised my readers that I would be able to offer a less expensive, home made alternative with just as much nutritional value as LifeIce. Chris and I experimented with items that we had in our freezer and pantry and came up with a delicious recipe that is guaranteed to please everyone in your family. This nutritious treat is a wonderful light snack for a hot day or to accompany your kids favorite after-school snack.

Frozen Fruit Cubes


Ingredients: 16.9 oz of Coconut water
15 oz of  No Sugar Added, 100% Juice, Apple Juice**
1 c. of Frozen Fruit**
1/2 c. of Agave Syrup
1/4 c. of Cooked Carrots**
3  Ice Cube Trays Each Holding 16 oz of Liquid


 

Directions: Microwave 1/2 c. of frozen carrots for 2 minutes, or until soft. Set aside. Put coconut water, apple juice, and agave syrup in blender.  Add frozen fruit and carrots and blend until all is liquid.  Pour into ice cube trays and freeze overnight.  Enjoy!




























 
 


Total servings: 48
Calories per serving: 18.2
Sugars: 4.6 g
Cost per serving: 22 cents

** You can modify the flavor and nutrition content by substituting the frozen fruit for fresh fruit or frozen berries or bananas. You can also add spinach or other veggies instead of carrots and use orange juice instead of apple.  

 

Compare our recipe to LifeIce

Total Servings: 2
Calories per serving: 30
Sugars: 6 g
Cost per serving: $3.00 

 

 

 

 

 

My Kids love our home made Frozen Fruit Cubes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Cascia Talbert is a busy blogger, publisher, freelance writer, online merchant and mother of five children, living in The Pacific Northwest. With a B.A. in history and law and a passion for writing and staying healthy, she started The Healthy Moms Magazine in 2007. The Healthy Moms Magazine is currently ranked the top health blog for moms and features several health expert writers and mom bloggers. Ms. Talbert believes that if mothers are well educated on health issues and how to stay healthy, they can pass that information down to their children and reverse the childhood obesity statistics in the U.S.

Ms. Talbert is a featured health blogger at Wellsphere.com and her articles can also be found on ezinearticles.com. She also runs the Healthy Moms Social Network on Ning, is the Chief Marketing Officer for Talbert Nutrition LLC,  and is on the Social Media Advisory Board for America’s Wellness Challenge. Follow her on Google+.

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