Kids Love This: Veggie Bunny Popsicles


Kids Love This: Veggie Bunny Popsicles

This is the season for all things summer. Days are gorgeous and flowers are blooming. It’s also getting warm enough for some cold treats, at least in southern California anyway. This veggie strawberry bunny popsicles recipe is a fun and cute way to get vegetables in.

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How do I get my kids to eat vegetables? You know kids hate vegetables. Sometimes I even get asked about how to get veggies into husband’s meals! So I created this recipe. Give these strawberry bunny popsicles a try. There are no green veggies in sight, but not to worry it’s still packed with cauliflower! 


Yes, you heard me right. I put frozen cauliflower in it! The fiber rich vegetable makes smoothies creamy and gives this cold delight an extra boost in nutrition. Best of all, the fruits in it overpower the cauliflower’s flavor, so you can’t taste it. I’ve also add a fantastic creamer I recently discovered.


If you prefer to serve it as smoothie you can, although I would probably do half almond milk half creamer. You can use regular popsicle molds or use this bunny popsicle mold. If you want to freeze three at a time you can use these bunny molds, it’ slightly different but close!


Furthermore, if you desire a much sweeter popsicle, you can add a pitted date or more honey and blend it in. You can also make it vegan by using maple syrup.


Note: When first blended it is much sweeter to taste than when frozen, so you might want to overcompensate.

 Kids Love This: Veggie Bunny Popsicles

Looking for more cold healthy treats? Try this Healthy Drumstick Ice Cream Recipe! 


  • 1 c. Califia almond milk creamer vanilla
  • 1/2 c. frozen cauliflower florets or frozen riced cauliflower
  • 1 c. frozen strawberries
  • 1 banana
  • 1 pitted date or honey for sweetener if desired
  • Instructions
  • Blend all ingredients into blender
  • Pour into mold
  • Freeze for 3 hours or longer

Serve and enjoy!