Via Rush Bowls Frozen fruit tastes like a dessert by itself, but this Boulder, Colorado-based company takes it to the next level. Each Rush Bowl starts with a killer frozen produce combo (think bananas and strawberries or mango and pineapple) and is topped with granola and honey. The best part is that they don’t come with a guilt trip. Bowls can have up to a whopping 40 grams of protein and as many as five servings of fruits and veggies. Pick one up any of these frozen fruits and vegetables on your next grocery trip.
Sparkling Ice Pops
Via Sparkling Ice A zero-calorie pop that you can make yourself? Count us in! Pour your favorite flavor of Sparkling Ice into a Popsicle mold, add fresh fruit and a Popsicle stick, and leave in the freezer for two hours or until frozen. It’s an easy-to-make treat, and if you enjoy it outside, you’ll get an extra dose of vitamin D from the nutrients in Sparkling Ice. (Chances are, your vitamin D levels are low.)
Boozy Moscato Popsicles
Via Woodbridge Now what if you want to have a little more fun with your DIY pops? That’s where Moscato comes in. It’s already sweet, best served chilled, and known as a dessert wine, so it makes a perfect base for a boozy pop. Experiment with your own fruit-Moscato combos or try this recipe using Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Moscato. Blend 6 oz. Moscato, 4 strawberries, 1 tsp. sugar, 1 sprig basil, and 1 oz. lemon juice. Freeze in a Popsicle mold, and enjoy the many health benefits of wine.