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I have made it no secret here that my younger daughter is my picky eater here. So with her I constantly have to come up with new and fun ways to get her to eat different foods with a heather spin if possible. But still make it fun nonetheless.
During the summer and warmer months, cold treats are a big hit even with my picky eater. She especially loves ices and popsicles. I have made her fun, gummy bear popsicles that use fruit juice and/or seltzer water for a bit healthier spin.
Well, my picky eater also loves peanut butter. She absolutely loves peanut butter and jelly. So, I thought why not make peanut butter and jelly popsicles for her.
But instead of using jarred jelly, I decided to use fresh strawberries and bananas, too.
Again, trying to make it slightly healthier if nothing else. But still fun and kid friendly with tons of peanut butter here, too.
I have my own plastic popsicle molds. For this PB&J popsicle recipe, I fill the molds first with sliced, fresh strawberries.
Next, I add a blended peanut butter and jelly mix.
Then, I simply freeze them for a few hours until frozen solid to enjoy a cold Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicle treat.
Do you want to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicles, too?Do you want to make your own fun, kid friendly, but healthier popsicles at home? Then, try my recipe for Peanut Butter & Jelly Popsicles.
Then, scroll down below to read the step-by-step PB&J Popsicle certified recipe….
Peanut Butter And Jelly Popsicles Recipe
There you have it a very, simple, but awesome take on a classic kid’s recipe that the all ages can enjoy with Peanut Butter And Jelly Popsicles Recipe.
Do you like Peanut Butter and Jelly?
What fun ways have you enjoyed this kid’s classic?
Now share with me in the comments…
What a fun popsicle idea! Yum!
Aw, thanks Dara and I couldn’t agree more – so much fun 🙂
Oh my goodness how fantastic is this? And easy!! Yum. I totally just pinned it 🙂
Looks like you guys had fun. Welcome back!
Aw, thanks Jen for the pin, too! And yes was such a fun, Disney vacation. But very slowly getting back into the swing of things here.
William Holland says
Welcome back Janine! Never would have thought of this clever idea. At what age do you think most adults stop eating popsicles? it’s one of those things we love as a child and then just stop eating….weird! Well, have a marvelous Tuesday, my friend.
Aw, thanks for the warm welcome back. Slowly re-entering reality here. And not sure about what age they do. But would be an interesting study to say the least! That said also wishing you an absolutely wonderful Tuesday ahead, too now 🙂
Meredith Spidel says
These look so yummy! My kids would love there 🙂
Aw, thanks Meredith and hope you can make for yours kiddos, too soon 🙂
Diane ROARK says
These popsicle treats are not only perfect for summer but healthy too. I love this idea.
I hope you are doing well and had a great vacation.
Aw, thanks Diane and yes our trip was awesome. Just trying to get back into the swing of things slowly but surely here now.
Ohh, they’re perfect! And I love that they’re not dairy free. Bananas are creamy but I really need milk in my popsicles. So sue me. These are a winner.
Aw, I am with you and again we are so twins ?
These looks so yummy and great for summer ?
Thanks Kim and hope you can make soon before the summer is over now. 😉
I say, Why not!?! This is such a fun idea. Kids love peanut butter and jelly and they love popsicles so this has got to be a win, win, right!?! Thank you for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things.
Aw, my pleasure and love the way you think, too Amy 🙂
Kristi Campbell says
I want to try these for me. Tucker was allergic to peanuts for eight years, and only recently went through therapy to be able to eat them/peanutbutter and now he doesn’t like it, which I so hope will change because who doesn’t love peanut butter and jelly ANYTHING!?!?! I love this recipe. Thanks, Janine.
Aw, you are so welcome. And glad that the therapy worked for Tucker. But do hope maybe he will change his mind about peanut butter and jelly.
Great idea! I have a picky eater and I try to figure out how to add the favorites to almost anything. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty
My pleasure Jenny and I know same here with my own picky eater, too!!
Christine Carter says
Janine, these look SO DELICIOUS!! My kids would totally love this! Thank you for always giving us new wonderful recipe ideas!
Thanks Chris and my pleasure. Truly hope you can make soon for your family, too now 🙂
Yummmmmy! That looks so good! I love peanut butter…and caramel. Hmm…I wonder what caramel and peanut butter would taste like…oh man…you could do a post on making homemade turtle tracks ice cream! HAHA…I’m a nut.
Seriously though, these look wonderful and so inventive!
I may now need to make turtle tracks ice cream now, too. So thank you for the idea and suggestion 🙂