Shorts & Frozen Pops! Spring is Here!

With temps nearly 70 degrees in Akron this weekend and crocus blooming in my yard, it sure felt like Spring had arrived! Of course my kids said it felt like Summer and pulled out their shorts and tank tops! Why not?! It was gorgeous outside.

We spent the majority of the weekend outside, exploring the local parks, walking downtown, riding bikes, chalking up our driveway, and hanging out with friends and family while enjoying enjoying Spring weather treats! ruby-rockets-2

I received product to facilitate this post.

Warm weather always signals cool treats in my home! Since my kids are both Type 1 Diabetics, I keep am always searching for low carb, healthier foods and treats. Ruby Rockets offers a line of healthy frozen pops that are tasty and fun.

We were surprised at the ingredients in Ruby Rockets Frozen Pops – but in a good way! Somehow, they have made carrots, sweet potatoes, beets, strawberries, lemons, and other healthy fruits and veggies taste good!

Ruby Rockets Frozen Pops

This is a tasty treat that lets you enjoy warm weather a little more without the added calories, fat, and carbs. For instance, there are only 25 calories per frozen pop, so even moms on a diet can enjoy them! With only 6 carbs per frozen pop, this is basically a ‘free’ snack for diabetics too. Plus, these healthy frozen pops are an excellent source of Vitamin A & C, something we all need year-round.

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You can purchase Ruby Rockets Frozen Pops online for about $5 a box.

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Cindy
Founder and Lead Blogger at Akron Ohio Moms
Cindy is the top Akron Blogger with her own take on awesome brands for families, where to vacation for families, a beat on local activities and family fun, a knack for getting moms to share , and a house that is always 2 weeks away from a complete remodel!
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