10 Baby Food Popsicles Sure to Soothe a Teething Tot
Whether or not the temperature's soaring into the triple digits where you live, soothing ice-pops are a great way to satiate a teething tot. If you're already making your little one her own baby food, homemade fruit and veggie pops are just another way to use your purees, and a great way to introduce new tastes. Simply add the mixtures to your favorite popsicle mold — we're partial to Annabel Karmel's Fill and Freeze Puree Pops — for a quick (and healthy) teething remedy. Not sure which flavor combinations might work well together? Check out these ten unique baby food popsicle recipes. From sweet creamed corn to strawberry banana yogurt, these pops are sure to please year round.
Maple and Squash Pumpkin Pie Popsicles
Strawberry Banana Frozen Yogurt Pops
There are few combinations as beloved as strawberry and bananas. To create the taste, Foodlets combined freshly mashed strawberries and organic banana yogurt to make it great for teething tots. Source: Foodlets
Roasted Fruit Popsicles
Rather than just puree vegetables, give tots a bit of a gourmet taste by roasting the fruit first. Peaches, plums, apricots, and strawberries all benefit from a little roasting to create popsicles even adults will enjoy! Source: Stir and Scribble
Talk about a fun breakfast? These Strawberry Oatmeal Yogurt Pops from Stir and Scribble have everything little ones need to start their day — all in popsicle form! By throwing some oatmeal into a smoothie, it adds some needed fiber to the meal! Source: Stir and Scribble