Thanks to Florida Orange Juice for providing the materials to create these delicious orange juice pops!
There are few things that can keep my preschooler entertained. He has a new-found obsession with washi tape and stickers, but he LOVES frozen pops. I am trying to keep him busy during our long summer days, and making our own pops is one activity that we can enjoy together.
Besides being refreshing, delicious, and easy to add into a fruit popsicle, orange juice has no added sugar. Just eight ounces of 100% Florida Orange Juice includes vitamin C and is a good source of potassium and folate! By adding this beverage to your daily diet, you can make an easy change to improve your everyday life. One way that I add 100% Florida Orange Juice to my daily routine is with a fruit pop. An easy recipe that requires only about two minutes of preparation, it’s easy to make on a hot sunny day!
How to Enjoy Florida Orange Juice Every Day
Did you know that the recommended daily intake is eight ounces for adults and four to six ounces for children? Also, Florida Orange Juice has no added sugar!
Why Florida Orange Juice?
Florida Orange Juice is perfect for busy moms, families and lifestyles. Learn about the #Amazing5 nutrients in every glass:
- Vitamin C
- No Added Sugar
- 1 gallon of orange juice
- 2 bananas, sliced
- popsicle mold
- Add a few slices of banana to each popsicle mold.
- Pour orange juice into each mold until full.
- Freeze overnight.
Visit www.FloridaJuice.com to learn more about the Amazing 5 and Florida Orange Juice recipes to try at home!
100% Florida Orange Juice is easy to add to your daily routine. Try making a smoothie every day or have a glass later in the afternoon. Just remember that there are five amazing reasons to drink it: taste, no added sugar, folate, potassium, and vitamin C of course!
What is your favorite way to enjoy 100% Florida Orange Juice?
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