On a hot, typical summer day, I’m sharing with you simple and delightful recipes that will help you stay refresh on warm summer days.
My new love for PureLeaf teas is crazy. I wanted to start slowing down my daily coffee intake and was happy to find these Pure leaf ice teas. Always conscious about having natural ingredients in our food and drinks when it becomes to make choices for my little family, I enjoy so much having these teas, brewed with real tea leaves and real ingredients, making this a real genuine tea experience.
I love enjoying ice-cream with the kiddos from time to time (aka everyday haha) but while working during the day sometimes from home, I was looking for a more refreshing treat with much less calories…. so here are some of my favorite of these frozen iced tea pops.
FRUITY SWEET TEA ICE POPS
- Insert berries in ice pops moulds ( I recommend smaller berries or small fruits cubes)
- Rasberries, strawberries, blueberries, mango, peaches
- Pour Pure leaf tea into moulds and insert little sticks/handles and put into the freezer.
- Allow about 4-6 hours for your pops to freeze solid, of course depending of your moulds sizes.
CREAMY AVOCADO GREEN TEA POPSICLES
- 3 avocados
- 1/2 bottle of Pure Leaf green tea w honey
- 7 onz of coconut milk
- 2 tbsp of honey or agave nectar
- Pulse avocado, coconut milk and PureLeaf tea into for processor until smooth.
- Add honey or agave nectar until it’s sweet as you wish and until combined.
- Pour mixture into ice pops moulds and put into freezer until frozen.
CHAI ICED TEA POPS
- 1 Bottle of PureLeaf tea unsweatened
- 1 can of full fat coconut milk
- 2-3 teaspoons of culinary-quality Matcha powder
- 1/4 cup of honey or agave nectar
- In a large bowl or measuring cup, whisk coconut milk and PureLeaf tea until smooth. (Keep 1-2 tablespoons coconut milk)
- In a small mixing bowl, mix about 1-2 tablespoons coconut milk with 2-3 teaspoons matcha powder until smooth.
- Pour mixture into coconut milk. Add agave nectar or honey and mix again until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze at least 5 hours.
Hope you will all enjoy your week end and I would love to have comments if you try these recipes and would love to find out about your fav frozen pop treats.