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These vegan tropical yogurt popsicles are SUPER refreshing, easy to make, and yes dairy free! Yes yogurt, made dairy free!
Thank you, everyone, for your kind comments yesterday! We are beyond excited to welcome our little bundle of joy, but he or she has quite a few months of cooking left. While our baby is cooking on the inside, I’m roasting on the outside.
The weather has been getting hotter, and while I still have a ton of food aversions, the one thing that never seems to fail me is popsicles! It’s one of the few healthier foods I craved in the first trimester (think high carb comfort foods the rest of the time), but popsicles are expensive, so I thought I’d try out making my own!
These babies are so incredibly refreshing and so easy to whip up, I just threw whipped up all the ingredients in my blender and poured them into the popsicle molds. As easy as that! The even better news is that I can share these with Mr. Hungry who doesn’t tolerate dairy well. Well, I could share them if I wanted…..
Slowly but surely I’m making small changes to my routine and testing out healthy foods one by one that didn’t sit so well in the first trimester. Slowly but surely I’m getting there, and these popsicles are helping me do that!
What was even easier than making these popsicles was the new grocery pick up from Walmart. I’m so glad I got to team up with Silk to try this new service at Walmart, it’s my kind of shopping! All you do is set your store and fill your online shopping cart, which is super easy. No more searching the aisles for what you need, you can use the search button in the virtual cart!
You do have to have a $30 minimum on any order, so keep that in mind! Once your shopping list is full, you confirm your order and pick up location, then pay and you’re done!
I thought it was interesting that you schedule a time slot to pick up your groceries, but when I got there I understood why. They have six designated parking spots, so I guess they wouldn’t want those to get overfilled. The parking spots have directions on them, but I didn’t need to use them.
I was just about to call the number when an employee knocked on my window and asked for my information. Then I just chilled and waited about 5-10 minutes for her to go get my order.
The guy next to me got a ton of stuff, but it only took them a second to load up all his stuff. Seriously, this is my kind of shopping! I’m sure I will be taking advantage of this feature more when I’m more preggo and when Hungry baby comes! No getting out of the car, aka no waking a sleeping baby, sounds good to me!
I’m not sure if I would have tried it if I wasn’t asked to, I’ve been anti-ordering-groceries. Mainly because I think it’s fun to see new products I feel like I wouldn’t notice if I were ordering online.
However, with a little one in tow and a busy life I can see how this would make life so much easier. #gamechanger Just like these popsicles are changing everything in my life, I’m eating one as I type this.
Here is the super easy recipe! Enjoy!
Vegan Tropical Yogurt Popiscles
- 1 cup Silk Unsweetened Almond Milk
- 2 5.3 ounce Silk Vanilla Almond Milk Yogurt Containers
- 1.5 cups frozen tropical fruit mix or any fruit mix you want
- 1. Add all ingredients to a blender or food processor.2. Blend until smooth.3. Fill each popsicle almost to the top and then insert the stick/top lid. TIP: Shake the popsicle (while holding the lid on tight) to get air bubbles to float to the top so they aren't all over your popsicle.4. Place in popsicle stand holder and freezer overnight or for 12 hours.5. It helps to run the popsicles under running water to help them slide out of their container better! (PS here is the link to the popsicle molds I bought off Amazon.)
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