Pregnancy Popsicles For Morning Sickness

I know just how irritating it must be to go through morning sickness. I went through the same thing and felt nauseated throughout most of my pregnancy. That’s why when I stumbled upon trying pregnancy popsicles, I was desperate to try anything at that point.

I’m so glad I did because it gave me such relief from nausea within days! I call them nausea popsicles, which doesn’t only have anti-nausea properties, but taste so good and are perfect for cold days. But how can you make them?

I crafted a recipe for you to try, so read on! I’ll show you these anti-nausea popsicles to help you with your usual morning sickness.

Delicious Pregnancy Popsicles Recipe

Pregnancy Popsicles
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It has you feel so bad afterward, even losing nutritious meals you just had for you and your little one.

No one wants to go through the dreaded morning sickness, having to wake up or vomit now and then. It has you feel so bad afterward, even losing nutritious meals you just had for you and your little one. With that said, I’ll show you my favorite morning sickness popsicles to make to help lessen nausea:

1. Peach and Ginger Popsicles for Nausea

Plus, these popsicles are light and fresher, infused with tea and delicious fruit, so if you’ve got some peaches lying around, try it!.

If you love peaches, then you’ll love this recipe just as much as I do. it’s one of my favorites because it reminds me of having an iced peach ginger green tea, which is super refreshing during hot days. Plus, these popsicles are light and fresher, infused with tea and delicious fruit, so if you’ve got some peaches lying around, try it!.

Ingredients:

• Six ripe peaches skinned and pitted

•Half a tablespoon of fresh ginger, grated

•One cup of hot green tea

•A quarter cup of sugar or honey

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Directions:

1. Combine the peaches and ginger in a blender, then pulse until the mixture is smooth

2. Mix both hot green tea with your sugar and honey, stirring it until all the sugar has dissolved

3. Add in your sweetened green tea in the blender, pulsing it more to ensure that everything is combined well

4. Divide the mixture in popsicle molds, any shape will do!

5. If ever your molds don’t have tops, then use wooden popsicle sticks. After that, cover your molds tight using saran wrap and poke the sticks in the center per mold. Using saran wrap helps keep your sticks standing up while your pops freeze.

6. Leave it in the freezer for at least eight hours or overnight. Take one out when you’re ready to have a popsicle and enjoy!

2. Yummy Berry Popsicles

Plus, it even has a hint of ginger, which is what helps lessen nausea and vomiting while pregnant.

If you’re the type who likes a tang of flavor to your popsicles, then these berry popsicles will do the trick. It has the sweet and sour flavors from your favorite berries with the smooth and sweet consistency from your yogurt. Plus, it even has a hint of ginger, which is what helps lessen nausea and vomiting while pregnant.

Ingredients:

•Three cups of strawberries

•One cup of blueberries

•Two sliced bananas

•One cup of coconut water OR apple juice

•Two tablespoons of honey

•One cup of vanilla Greek yogurt

•One tablespoon of freshly grated ginger

Directions:

1. Wash and chop all your fruits, putting it in the blender.

2. Put in all the other ingredients in the blender then blend on high power until well combined and in a smooth consistency.

3. Pour your berry mixture to popsicle molds. You can also pour it on paper cups and place a popsicle stick on top, whichever you have available!

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4. Freeze it for at least eight hours and enjoy one when needed (or craving!).

Note: You can substitute your fruits or the coconut water for apple juice. It has a ton of electrolytes to keep you hydrated from the morning sickness. You can also use powdered ginger, though fresh is more potent and will work best for nausea.

3. Watermelon and Lime Mint Popsicles

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It’s cooled me down during hot nights and helped lessen the nauseating feeling.

Last but not least, this is the PERFECT popsicle recipe for the summer, having delicious mint and watermelon. It’s cooled me down during hot nights and helped lessen the nauseating feeling. Plus, who DOESN’T love watermelon?

Ingredients:

•Three cups of watermelon chunks

•Half a cup of water

•12 mint leaves (fresh)

Instructions:

1. Combine all your ingredients in the blender. Using the puree option, blend until it has a smooth constancy and everything’s well incorporated.

2. Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds and follow the directions and freezing time according to the mold manufacturer!

3. After a few hours or leave it overnight, release the popsicle by pouring hot water quickly under ONE portion of your mold. Enjoy your watermelon pops!

4. Lime-Ginger Popsicles

Think of it as a minty summer drink!

I would recommend this for those who want more of a tangy flavor in their popsicles since it includes limeade. Think of it as a minty summer drink!

Ingredients:

•Three cups of prepared Limeade

•Ten mint leaves, fresh and cut in half

•One and a half teaspoons of Ginger root, fresh, peeled, and sliced

Instructions:

1. Combine all the ingredients in your small saucepan and boil it under medium heat. Switch off the heat once it reached a boiling point and have it steep for at least one hour.

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2. Strain the ginger and mint with a fine-meshed strainer.

3. Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds and follow the manufacturer’s instruction for the freezing time. Release and enjoy when frozen!

They’re lower in calories compared to most store-bought popsicles and ice cream as well, so you can focus more on consuming healthier fats for you and your growing baby.

All these pregnancy popsicles are highly beneficial for your health, having excellent benefits not just for nausea. Because it’s infused with a lot of fruits for natural sweetness, you get your five-a-day and antioxidants. They’re lower in calories compared to most store-bought popsicles and ice cream as well, so you can focus more on consuming healthier fats for you and your growing baby.

Wrapping It Up

Do you have a sweet tooth while pregnant with your little one but suffer from morning sickness from it? That’s where pregnancy popsicles come along to beat nausea AND satisfy your cravings. With the right recipe, you can enjoy delicious pops and reap health benefits from it.

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I hope my article on pregnancy popsicles gave you an idea on what to do for your symptoms. Enjoy the journey of pregnancy the healthy way with these delicious pregnancy pops now!

If you have any questions or want to share your own morning sickness popsicle recipe, then comment below. Your thoughts are much appreciated!

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