Have left over baby food? My son seemingly went from the bottle right to toddler friendly foods, he wasn't fond of baby food, so we had a ton of it left over, I donated some but wanted to keep the rest, why? Because it's awesome to cook with! Especially meals for him! In the coming weeks I will be sharing recipes for Mac & cheese cups, pancakes & smoothies all using left over baby food! But for today we have Creamy Fruit Ice Pops. I w as searching for kid friendly ice pops that didn't have all the extra sugar or the fake sugars added and it was near impossible or really expensive, so I came up with these little packets of awesomeness! I used a Sesame Street ice pop maker, but if you double the recipe you could use the typical reusable traditional ice pop makers or a Zoku if you are lucky enough to own one.
Creamy Fruit Ice Pops:
1 Cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
1 Jar (or plastic container) fruit flavored baby food. (I used Pear)
Pour Almond Milk & Baby Food into a large mason jar, put on the lid and shake well.(You can get the kids to do the shaking!)
Pour into ice pop molds & freeze.
Let your kids enjoy a healthy frozen snack!