Food Monday ~ Thirst Quenchers

Will Knott sent me this recipe to help keep my cool in the hat weather we are experiencing at the moment. I have not yet had the opportunity to try it yet.

3-Ingredient Frozen Banana Pops

1 cup unsweetened canned coconut milk
2 large super ripe bananas
1/2 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder

Using a blender, mix all the ingredients until smooth.
Pour the liquid into Ice Pop Molds.
Place in freezer.
Wait three hours — that’s the hardest part!
Enjoy!

Mind you, bananas and chocolate are not exactly my first thoughts when it comes to thirst quenching. This is really a smoothie frozen, you could also try your own favourite smoothie and freeze it in ice cube trays or Ice Pop Molds. I would love to know your great ideas to quench a thirst, apart from a crisp juicy apple, want to share them in the comments with me?

My own ideas are below! 

Grannymar Thirst Quenchers.

Open freeze washed grapes, cubes of melon, watermelon or pineapple for a few hours and once frozen, bag them and store in the freezer. A few cubes at a time really quench the thirst and are great for young children or those who are ill.

Make sure the grapes are seedless if you are intending them for children.

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8 thoughts on “Food Monday ~ Thirst Quenchers

  1. Am intrigued by your advice: Can’t remember ‘seedless’ grapes being around when I was little. Even tangerines had seeds. There was, however, and you too may remember this dire warning: Do NOT swallow cherry stones. No one swallows cherry stones – voluntarily. Unfortunately it does happen. I am still here – to tell many a summer’s cherry tale.

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