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Recipe: Frozen Chocolate Banana Pops by Nealy Fischer

Frozen Chocolate Banana Pops by Nealy Fischer

The best part about these treats is that kids can make them themselves. There are no rules, no quantities and it’s all about adding the stuff you like. They are loaded with the good stuff: greens, protein, antioxidants, and omegas. Sell them to your kids as an after school treat and say goodbye to the ice cream!

Nealy is a Yoga, Health, and Wellness Specialist for Little Steps. In addition to her teaching yoga at Pure, Nealy has started teaching non-profit gourmet cooking classes in Hong Kong.

You can leave a comment here to get in touch or come visit Nealy at Pure Yoga.

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

 

A few bananas
Handful of raw cacao nibs, carob chips, or dark chocolate chips
Handful of goji berries
Walnuts or pecans, crushed
A scoop of sprouted brown rice protein powder
A scoop of greens, to taste
Maple syrup, to taste
Cinnamon, to taste

Who It's Perfect For:

 

1.  Mix all ingredients.
2.  Spoon into ice cube trays.
3.  Cut 2-inch pieces of straw or cinnamon and place inside as a stick.
4.  Cover ice cube tray and freeze.

What Else:​

 

1.  Sprouted brown rice protein powder can be found at i-Detox in Hong Kong.
2.  You can find green powder at Nature's Village stores throughout Hong Kong.  
3.  Goji berries, also known as wolfberries, have been used for over 6,000 years throughout China and India and have recently been discovered by the rest of the world as the ultimate superfruit.  Rich in antioxidants, these tangy dried berries are packed with goodness.  You can find them at Three-Sixty and other health food stores in Hong Kong.  Also, you will find them sold by Chinese herbalists throughout the city.

4.  You can get raw cacao nibs at Just Green in Lamma or Central.

Additional Info:​

 

Omega Boost Granola

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