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Easy Homemade Banana Popsicles

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If you’re a fan of banana, you’ll love these Homemade Banana Popsicles!

I’m all about simplicity. This recipe requires only 4 simple ingredients, a blender, and a popsicle tray. They’re a great way to use up overripe bananas and if you’re the parent of a teething toddler, look no further for a temporary solution. My son Dutch is nearing two years old and the dreaded “two year molars” have reared their ugly head. These popsicles have been a lifesaver for him, soothing his sore gums and cooling him off from the Summertime heat. We enjoyed these together as a family and sweet Dutch came back asking for more.

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Homemade Banana Popsicles

Makes 2 Cups of Liquid for Freezing

Ingredients

2 Bananas (use overripe bananas for an even sweeter taste)

1 1/2 C Milk

1/4 C Organic Agave Syrup

1 Tsp Vanilla

Instructions

Blend all ingredients together in a food processor, pour liquid into popsicle trays and freeze for at least 4 hours.

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Creatively Yours,

Lindsay ❤

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