Does your little one love Bubs raw cacao custard with raspberries? Here’s how you can turn their favourite treat into a delicious ice popsicle.
Make up the formula according to the instructions on the can.
Pour the goat milk into a blender and add the contents of the cacao pouch. Blend until well combined. Alternatively, you can do this by hand with a whisk. You know it’s well combined when the milk changes colour to a rich brown.
Pour the mixture into the ice block trays and allow to freeze completely before serving them as is.
About the chef: Stacey Clare
Stace is a healthy mum to two young boys and an accredited health coach to the masses. She spends her days running after her busy babes who always seem to be getting into something. Her nights are spent cooking for her website or helping other mummas on their own family's health journey in her health-coaching services. You can view some of Stace’s recipes here, connect with her on Facebook and Instagram or grab a copy of her lunchbox eBook which is packed full of healthy recipes that can be stored in the freezer!
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Bubs Goat Milk Drink is exclusively formulated for tiny Australian tummies, providing the building blocks to promote healthy growth & development.
Goat milk naturally supports gentle digestion & may be a good alternative for babies with sensitive tummies. Goat milk is also naturally rich in probiotics and nucleotides.
A smooth creamy blend combining the goodness of raw cacao beans and Australian fresh organic milk with tasty organic raspberries.