Let me share some good info on smoothies which I ran across online that you might want to take a look at
Last week on Instagram I shared the smoothie popsicles we made as a fundraiser for my daughter's gymnastics program. I've never been a fan of the chocolate bar fundraisers, so I decided to create my own healthy fundraiser and see what happens. Well, it was super simple to do and a lot of people from the SGS community were asking how to do it, so I put together a step-by-step tutorial here. I wanted to put this together sooner, but all of the frozen popsicles that we made were lost during Hurricane Irma as our power was out all of last week. Everything in the fridge and freezer had to be tossed, but thankfully I have an amazing husband who cleaned everything out. And food is replaceable— we are SO thankful that's all we lost. Hansard Farm survived Irma!
Now that I've had a chance recover from the storm— I made a fresh batch of smoothie popsicles to try this fundraiser thing again. I wanted to share how I did it so you can make them too.
How to make Green Smoothie Popsicles:
STEP ONE: GET THE GOODS
These rawkstar pops are made with an ordinary green smoothie recipe. The only extra goods you'll need are a silicone funnel (or any funnel, really) and resealable bags in the shape of long, skinny popsicles. I found a product on Amazon that bundles both the funnel and the zip-top popsicle mold bags (BPA-free!) in packs of 160 for $10. Seriously, it's a steal. I highly recommend... Read More »