Guilt-free dessert + promo code

Ruby's Rockets

Ruby’s Rockets

I’m always on the lookout for healthy things for my kids to eat and I found something pretty good.  They are called Ruby’s Rockets and they are frozen pops made of vegetables and fruit.  

The back story is that a mom was drinking a green smoothie when her 8-year-old daughter, Ruby, asked to try it.  The mom said she wouldn’t like it because it was made with spinach, celery and ginger.  But Ruby took a sip anyway and said, “You know mom, if you took out the celery and the ginger and added more apples and some banana, you could leave in the spinach and I’d probably like it.”

The kids examining the popsicles

The kids examining the popsicles

That’s how Galaxy Green, Rock-It Red and Orbit Orange frozen popsicles were born.  I like that the ingredients are wholesome and (importantly here) taste good to my anti-fruit and vegetable kids.  Also, they are only 25 calories, which is way better than ice cream, obviously. 

Ingredients for Ruby's Rockets

Ingredients for Ruby’s Rockets

Thanks Ruby’s Rockets for sending me boxes to sample.  

They are  giving you 10% off your purchase at when you use the promo code: “coolgift12”.


Lisa 😉 (c) 2013 Lisa Traugott.  All rights reserved.  No portion of this blog, including any text, photographs, and artwork, may be reproduced or copied without written permission.   No compensation for this post was given beyond samples of the popsicles.  All opinions are my own.


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