Peanut Butter Banana Pops

Peanut Butter Banana Pops from
Spring has sprung. The first touch of 80+ degree weather came and went and now it’s just a race to hot and humid summer days. I have scaled back some promotions on the site because I didn’t want to become ‘that blog’ (said with my blogger nose in the air as if I’m above free swag and not just too busy to write a proper review these days) but I wanted to share a few products that have quickly become staples in my pantry in the past few weeks.


Desert Pepper Salsa – HOLY WOW. That is all I can say about this stuff. I have tried like 4 different versions of salsa put out by this company and loved every one of them so far. They are awesome. The product taste fresh and the flavors are great for a bottled salsa. So ditch that Pace and step it up with Desert Pepper. What – Tequla Salsa? I know Im going shopping today. If someone (anyone) spots the Salsa Del Rio – I will pay shipping. I really want to try this.


Mio – Yes, those commercials with the sassy antelope or whatever it is are annoying. I did not get this at all. But on my quest to ditch caffeine and drink a TON of water this summer these little flavor bursts have become my BFF. I have a stash at home, in my car, and at work. I’m drinking like 4 times the amount of water I was three weeks ago. It’s not all flavored, but when I do want to spice things up, it’s a nice option to have. So far, fruit punch is my favorite and oddly Blueberry Lemonade is my least (those Kool-aid memories of childhood past really let me down here).


Cranberry Lemonade – OK, this one shocked the crap out of my. I love the Cranberry Pomegranate juice and went to buy it in bulk the other day on sale. I saw a few new flavors and with some alcoholic mixology in mind I picked a few up. I am now officially addicted. This stuff is awesome. Just enough tart to sweet. I’ve gone through like 4 bottles this week. Really, I’m going to have to get over it and learn how to make this stuff myself because I can’t afford my recent finds 😀


Now for the rest of the summer, I’m going to work on getting the mud off with this, finding balance between sweat and girl and paint my nails (thinking of you @MyInvisibleCrown), and I am seriously considering chopping the locks off and going with something like this.

Peanut Butter Banana Pops from

Peanut Butter Banana Pops from

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  1. says

    I’m going to have to look for that salsa. It sounds amazing. I think I’ll also start buying those little water flavoring things for Hubby. I like water just like it is and am not really a fan of kool-aid type drinks, but he loves them. I’m definitely seeing Dudette all over the popsicles this summer. Peanut butter and chocolate ice cream is her favorite combination. I might have to buy that chocolate coating and pour it over the peanut butter popsicles after their frozen. Hmmmmm.

  2. Amanda says

    These look delicious! Have you tried it with any other milk besides almond milk? It’s not an ingredient I usually have. Thanks for posting the recipe!

    • Kita says

      Hey Amanda, I haven’t tried these with other milk, but I’m sure they’d bee great with any kind you have on hand.

  3. says

    The Peanut Banana Pops sound just heavenly. I love almond milk, so definitely have to try these. This would be a perfect hot summer treat.

  4. Cathy says

    I would love for you to share and link up at my weekly TGIF Link Party if you haven’t already this week. Your favorite posts, most popular, recent or new! The party is open every Thursday night and closes Wednesday’s at midnight. Followed by (Not SO) Wordless Wednesday! I would be honored if you join us! Have a wonderful week!

    Hugs, Cathy

  5. says

    My dad started drinking the water flavorings and Tay loves them. I think I’ll have to make peanut butter banana pops an essential item in my freezer. Nearly guilt free and one of my favorite combinations.


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