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Breakfast Frozen Fruit Pops

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Yes, in deed, these icy pops are nutritious enough to enjoy even for breakfast!  I’ve taken my recipe for Jamba Juice’s Pomegranate Paradise Smoothie and filled a pop mold.  This is one of Jamba’s very popular “all fruit” smoothies.  It’s just juice and frozen fruit! Most of their original smoothies contain frozen yogurt or sherbet, but not this one. Great news, the skinny for 1 pop is just 59 calories, 0 fat and 2 Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS. These frozen fruit pops are a very refreshing breakfast or snack.  The best part, you can enjoy these tasty treats for breakfast, guilt-free!

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Freeze Time: 4 hours


Ingredients

½ cup pomegranate juice, I love Pom Wonderful, see shopping tip

½ cup fresh orange juice

½ cup frozen strawberries

½ cup frozen mangoes

½ cup frozen peaches

1-4 pop mold, depending on the size of the mold, see shopping tip


Instructions

1. Add all the ingredients to a blender. Blend on high until smooth. You might need to stop the blender and mix with a spoon to make the blending easier.

2. Pour into a mold.  I used a 4-pop mold. Insert sticks. Freeze until solid.  Place in freezer and freeze for about 4 hours. To remove pops from cups, run under warm water a few seconds.

Makes 4 (4 oz) frozen fruit pops

 

Food Fact
Jamba Juice introduced their “all fruit” smoothies in the spring of 2006. They’re available in 5 delicious flavors.


Healthy Benefits

Pomegranate juice is so good for you. Numerous studies have shown that it can help prevent heart disease, protect against some cancers and help in lowering bad cholesterol.

Orange juice is loaded with vitamin C.  One 8 ounce glass supplies 100% of the daily value for vitamin C

Strawberries are super low in calories, sodium and are loaded with vitamin C and fiber.

Mangoes are low in calories, fat and sodium.  They’re rich in fiber, vitamins A, C, E and B6.

Peaches are low in calories with virtually no fat or sodium.  They’re a good source of vitamin C.


Shopping Tips

Pom Wonderful juice is sold in most supermarkets and even Costco. These pops would taste great using one of their other flavors such as Pom/blueberry or Pom/cherry.  If you can’t find this brand, use any brand pomegranate juice or grape juice.

I bought the pop mold at Bed,Bath and Beyond. It cost $3.99. Places like Target and Michael’s Craft Store sell them.  If you can’t find them, you can use small paper cups for the molds and use plastic spoons as the sticks.  After the pop has set a bit in the freezer (about 1 hour), place a plastic spoon into the mixture with the handle sticking out to create a pop handle.


Substitution Tip

Try one of my other Jamba Juice smoothies to create a variety of breakfast pops.  My favorite,  Make Our Home Version of Jamba Juice’s Banana Berry Smoothie.


Weight Watchers
(old points) 1
Weight watchers POINTS PLUS
2

SKINNY FACTS: for 1 breakfast pop
59 calories, 0g fat, 1g protein, 14g carbs, 1g fiber, 4mg sodium,11g sugar
FAT FACTS: the skinny and fat facts are the same for this recipe

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One Response to “Breakfast Frozen Fruit Pops”

  1. Jessica Martin Says:

    Those look so good!!!:)

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