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Ice Pop Joy: Organic Healthy Fresh Delicious [Hardcover]

Anni Daulater

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1 Mar 2011
Let s face it, all kids (and plenty of grown ups) love ice pops, but not all kids love healthy foods. This collection of wholesome and heavenly ice pop recipes are cutting-edge nutritious and delicious for the whole family.

So chill out! You can indulge in tasty sweet, and juicy ice pops without consuming refined sugar and fake sweeteners. Using fresh, seasonal fruits; sweet, nutritious vegetables (yes! vegetables); proteinpacked whole foods; and a multitude of other exquisite ingredients, Ice Pop Joy contains a wide variety of recipes for scrumptious frozen treats any time of the year.

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  • Hardcover: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Sellers Publishing, Incorporated (1 Mar 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416206256
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416206255
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 21.3 x 20.9 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 825,245 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Anni Daulter is my healthy kids food guru. She is a trusted voice for moms who want to feed their children healthfully and creatively. Anni molds the pop (something every child adores) into nutritional magic for both children and adults alike. What an ingenious way to introduce flavors to our finicky eaters. I plan on using the recipes for my kids year round. --Anna Getty, mUm and author of Easy Green Organic and founder of Pregnancy Awareness Month

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Anni Daulter is an eco-mama, professional cook, advocate of sustainable living, and author. Anni is the founder of a fresh, organic baby food company, Bohemian Baby, and is author of Organically Raised: Conscious Cooking for Babies & Toddlers. Anni lives in Los Angeles, California with her family. Please visit Anni at www.consciousfamilyliving.com.

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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars  33 reviews
150 of 163 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A real review....... 24 April 2011
By NewlyGreenMum - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I don't review a lot of items that I buy on amazon.com, but after reading all the 'syrupy sweet' reviews here( obviously written by the authors friends/ family/ online followers, plus they all have not reviewed other books by different authors) I am going to give an honest review of the recipes we have made.
1.bluebird pop- lovely but too sweet. We simply reduce the sugar.
2. Sour girl pop- fantastic. Very refreshing. Not too sweet, not too sour.
3. Pompalicious- Very dry and bitter. My partner likes it though.
4.Cool n fresh- a lovely pop. Very refreshing and healthy.
5. Pink princess- love it. Slightly bitter, but nice.
6. Blackberry swirl- gorgeous.
7. Classic vanilla tofu- very filling but tasty. Not too sweet.
8. Rooibos red tea immunity pop- not nice. Very dry ( the grapefruit) my partner did like them though. Very pretty red pops.
9. Mexican spiced fire pops- absolutely horrible. Very bitter, no sweetness. I took one bite and threw them all in the bin.
10. Happiness pop- As the title says. They are creamy, not too sweet and will make you very happy indeed.
11. Peace pop- I don't like these. The carrot is very over powering and you cannot taste the mango or strawberries.
12. Melon madness- my favourite pop. Very refreshing. Great on a hot summers day.
13. Citrus cooler- my other favourite. Nice and sweet and a pretty yellow colour. This is the pop we make again and again.
14. Island breeze- another very pretty pop, but because of the kiwi it is very bitter. The added honey does not really help to cut through the sour. We won't have these again. My partner did enjoy them though.
15. Quinoa pop- an expensive pop to make, because of the quinoa and blueberries. To me quinoa tastes and smells like peanuts. When mixed with all the other ingredients this pop reminded me of peanuts mixed with sugar. We didn't like this pop, it ended up suffering the same fate as the Mexican spiced fire pops.

Also, some of the information anni daulter provides is incorrect, such as honey, agave nectar and coconut sugar, being superior to basic cane sugar. Theyre not. They are all natural sugars( basic cane sugar included) that will raise your blood sugar and cause
cavities. Also, kiwi fruits are not exclusively grown in New Zealand, and you can eat the skins. They are edible.
This is a nice book, and worth owning. Just take the sticky sweet reviews( with no previous product reviews) with a pinch of salt.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for toddlers and adults alike 14 Jun 2011
By lazyjane - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
My 1.5 year old daughter loves ice pops, but I felt incredibly guilty giving her sugar-laden ones that I bought at the store (once or twice I've given her the Edy's Acai Blueberry ones which are very tasty and actually made with real fruit - but sugar is still pretty high up there on the ingredient list). Ice Pop Joy is the perfect solution for moms who want to give their kid a yummy treat, but also want to try to make it healthy. Just made my first batch - Summer Splash Tofu (strawberries, blueberries, silken tofu, oj, flaxseeds and honey). Super easy to make - it probably took 10 minutes total. I was a little worried that the flaxseeds might be overpowering when I licked the spatula after cleaning out the blender (they have a very toasty flavor), but I think the frozen pops taste great. OK, I might prefer Edy's, but these are great considering how much healthier they are. I might add a little lime juice next time as I think a little more acidity could help - but that could be my fault as my measurements weren't really precise - the recipe makes 24 oz, but I added a little extra to fill all my popsicle molds (10 3oz pops - this one Norpro Ice Pop Maker). Can't wait to try another recipe. They all look good.

As a side note, I love the recipes and the photography is gorgeous--my daughter even loves flipping through the book herself. However, the author is a little preachy for my taste. I'm pretty into being green and eating organic foods and all that (we cloth diaper, belong to an organic veggie CSA, etc.), but even I find her tone to be a little much. For example, in the recipe for the Green Machine pop, which features spinach and is pretty high on my list of what to make next, she says that you *should* grow your own spinach ("if possible") and get your kid involved. That's a nice idea and all, but, I mean, come on. And yeah, every mom knows about the whole bpa thing - I don't need to be beat over the head with it every time I turn around. If you have an infant, some of that info might be new and useful, but who the heck is going to give their infant an ice pop?
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super Healthy Summer Fun You Kids Will Drool Over 18 April 2011
By Sheryl Lyon - Published on Amazon.com
Just in time for summer, Anni Daulter has composed another fabulous, healthy recipe book for children but this time the focus is all about frozen delights. I was more than happy to test a few recipes on the girls for a fun book review of Ice Pop Joy

Like Daulter's other book,Organically Raised: Conscious Cooking for Babies and Toddlers, you will find mouthwatering images of the ice pops being held by equally gorgeous children. The photography is always one of the most delightful parts of Daulter's books.

The book is sectioned by main ingredients and includes pure fruit pops, veggie pops, yogurt pops, tofu pops, herbal tea pops, chocolate pops and more. Daulter includes a wide variety of healthy ingredients including natural sweeteners and a huge variety of healthy fruits, nuts, grains and vegetables.

In order to properly review Ice Pop Joy, I let Brielle, Bianca and our little hostess here in Florida each pick a recipe. Brielle picked Goo Goo Ga Ga (apples, mangoes and yogurt), Bianca picked Treehouse Pop (high protein nut butters) and Kaylee picked Rock Star (strawberries, kale, blueberries, wheat germ). Prior to our trip, I ordered a few cool popsicle molds Orka A47221 Ice Pop Molds, White Base because the book features popsicles created from a variety of molds in the book and it really seems to add to the visual interest of the popsicle.

The first thing I noted about the recipes is the cost involved. I hit a health food store because many of the ingredients would be tough to find at a mainstream grocery store. Some ingredients would be pantry items that you can use for future popsicles but many are one time use items. I spent about $50-$60 on the ingredients for the three popsicles but you could save a bit if you didn't buy organic produce. You can also cut the recipes in half or quarters if you are only making popsicles for a few children. The recipes are designed to make 8 pops and the molds I bought each only have four containers anyway.

The second thing that impressed me was the amount of work involved. This is not just pouring juice in a mold and throwing it in the freezer. These pops are healthy, substantial and involve food blends and it took a fair amount of work to steam, cut, puree, blend, chop, reduce and liquefy. Many recipes require a food processor, blender and/or steamer.

The ice pops came out thick because they are solid food, not just juice. Treehouse Pop was a blend of peanut butter, walnuts, cashews, almonds and heavy cream. I thought I was going to break the blender. It was so thick that it needed to be spooned into the molds for freezing. These pops are thick and creamy because they are the real deal. The ones we tried did not melt or drip even in the hot Florida sun and were eaten best with teeth instead of tongues like most common store pops.

The best part is that they are delicious and unbelievably nutritious. Daulter incorporates outstanding ingredients like quinoa, kale, flax seeds and herbal teas and they blend invisibly into the ice pop. They work great for parents trying to sneak extra nutrition but they work even better as a stand alone meal. You wont feel any guilt for letting your little one have a popsicle for breakfast with these ingredients.

Ice Pop Joy is another winner from Anni Daulter. This is a great go to book for fun, nutritious summer activities to get your kids involved in kitchen and provide some excellent nutrition in the process.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Healthier than the norm, delicious and fun! 21 Jun 2012
By Jentoo - Published on Amazon.com
My teenage daughter and I have been having great fun making the recipes in Ice Pop Joy.
Today we tried "Happiness" and they were divine. I don't have some of the ingredients on hand that are called for in the recipes, but we have substituted essential oils, which we always have on hand since I am an aromatherapist. They have worked wonderfully! For instance, I don't have Peppermint Extract but I do have pure Peppermint essential oil. So we used just one drop in the "Happiness" pop. It was perfect and oh so delicious. It's our favorite so far, followed closely by "Pure Sunshine".
I tried to buy Meyer lemons for one of the recipes but the store was out-of-stock at the moment. We couldn't wait so we used Lemon essential oil instead in the "Pure Sunshine" pops and we loved them - very refreshing! Just be sure to use pure, high quality essential oils.
"Lavender Flower Power" is interesting and has grown on me. My kids don't like it as much. I used lavender essential oil in this one instead of the extract.
"Citrus Cooler" was yummy. The kids liked it and said it reminded them of an Orange Julius. (used 1 drop lemon essential oil)
"Peace Pop" I agree with the earlier reviewer. The carrot was a bit strong. Added the lot to a fruit smoothie (minus the sticks of course).
I liked the "Island Breeze" pop. Maybe a little dry, but still very good. (used 1 drop lime essential oil)
Check out HowDoesShe.com for more ideas on how to use essential oils.

I checked out this book from the library but am buying it because we are looking forward with anticipation to trying more of the recipes.

I really like the abundance of healthy ingredients in these pops, including the use of unrefined natural sugars. We have looked at several Ice Pop books and this is our favorite. Not only are the recipes easy and nutritious, they are also delicious! Thanks for a great book!

Norpro Ice Pop Maker This is a great mold for ice pop making.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars not your average ice pops! 24 April 2012
By feather+anchor - Published on Amazon.com
This book boasts beautiful and cheerful photography by Alexandra DeFurio and includes pure fruit pops, veggie pops, yogurt pops, tofu pops, herbal tea pops, chocolate pops, and specialty pops. She give many tips on how to get your young children to eat more healthy foods as well as serving and ingredient tips and education.

It appears she is a master of sneaking healthful ingredients into her creations. Some of the more surprising ingredients you may not see in your average ice pops include quinoa and kidney beans, teas and herbs. I have tried a few of her recipes (one worked as a great dairy- free throat soother in the middle of the night for a croupy boy), and will be making so many more with the return of warm weather.

The ingredients can be easily acquired at your local grocery store, farmer's markets, gardens and health food stores. These are not your average ice pops. They are healthy AND tasty and I love this cookbook!
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