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Green Frog Popsicles

Hey kids, time for dessert, who wants spinach? (Cue the crickets chirping in the background). Ok, let's try this again. How about a popsicle? "Me! Me! Me!" Great! I found this sweet and refreshing recipe for Green Frog Pops via Super Healthy Kids . Grab your blender, put in 1 cup of mangoes, 1 banana, 2-3 cups spinach (I used three), and 1/2 cup coconut water, blend until smooth, pour into your popsicle molds, and freeze. As they are scarfing down their yummy popsicles you can choose whether or not to clue them in that they are in fact, actually eating spinach. So Morgie took one look at the green popsicle, shook his head and said, "Uh-uh." I put an over-the-top grin on my face and said in my sweetest lovingly Mommy voice, "you are going to love this Froggie popsicle."  Grinning even wider, I handed it to him, and nonchalantly walked out of the room. I didn't want him to smell my desperation and refuse to eat it just because he knew I

Carlty Bryer's Wicked Good Key Lime Pie

This is not your traditional Key lime pie recipe. Our sweet neighbor "Nick's wife" made it for my dad a few weeks ago and we were lucky enough to get a hand-written recipe from her. This is a no bake, no fuss recipe, that will take no time to throw together but will leave a lasting impression on your taste buds. This Key lime pie recipe has officially made it into Carlty Bryer's personal cookbook collection. GNG Tip: I have had better luck finding Key limes in my local Cambodian, Thai, and Korean markets rather than Giant or Whole Foods.