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Our kids love homemade freezer pops because they are fun to make… I like them because I can control the ingredients. Today, I wanted to share a special treat that our kids made on our most recent trip to the beach.

Beau wanted to make chocolate covered strawberries, but the other kids wanted to make chocolate covered bananas, so we all joined together to make both… in one freezer pop!

To make it the easy way, I semi-cheated by getting the Sir Bananas REAL MILK and REAL BANANAS and chocolate. All that I needed were strawberries. Shh… don’t tell anyone that it was this easy!

A bowl of strawberries and a container of chocolate milk beside freezer pop molds.

I had the kids put strawberries into their section (one freezer-pop per child… we had our 4 kids & our neice & nephew with us).

Top view of open freezer pop molds with strawberries in them.

Then Mickey poured the Sir Bananas into each section.

A person pouring banana milk into freezer pop molds.

Some of the strawberries will naturally come to the top of the freezer-pop.

A close up of a freezer pop molds filled with strawberries and banana chocolate milk.

Put it in the freezer until it is completely frozen. Take a bite & enjoy! 🙂

A close up of a person holding a frozen chocolate covered strawberry banana freezer pop.

Everyone loved it… kids & adults! 🙂
A little boy and two girls eating Chocolate covered strawberry banana freezer pops.

The best part is that Sir Bananas has seven grams of protein per serving, so you can make a great recipe or just drink it as a snack or with a meal… no matter what, you are getting REAL milk, REAL bananas and a good amount of protein.

Two girls drinking banana chocolate milk.

Sir Bananas is available in half gallon– which is what we have. You can pick either Real Bananas or Real Bananas & Chocolate. They also have Sir Bananas Monkey Mates, which are single-serve options. I picked these up, as well, to take on-the-go.

Find more great DIY ideas, recipes & even a store-locator on their website here.

Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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