Smooze Fruit Ice: Cool Kid-Friendly, Dairy-Free Treats


Introducing the perect summer treat: Smooze Fruit Ice. We have been enjoying these push-up pops in the recent hot weather.

Although they are called “fruit ice,” they are more of an ice milk consistency, probably because they are made with coconut milk. They are packaged in little triangular push-pop containers and come in four flavors: Mango and Coconut, Pink Guava and Coconut, Pineapple and Coconut, and Passion Fruit and Coconut.

The kids enjoy all four flavors. Personally, the mango and pineapple ones are a little too sweet. But the Pink Guava and Passion Fruit ices have a tangy flavor that goes wonderfully with the sweet coconut milk.

Smooze Fruit Ice - a fun refreshing snack that's also all natural and dairy-free!

The packages we received were not frozen, which I like for portability. We could take some on vacation, for example, and just throw them in the freezer when we get there. I also like the ice creamy consistency of the ices. You could easily squeeze one into a bowl and serve it as an ice cream substitute for an allergic child.

Smooze Fruit Ice - a fun refreshing snack that's also all natural and dairy-free!

The Facts on Smooze:

Certifications: Smooze Fruit Ice is Certified Kosher Parve and Non-GMO Verified.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Smooze Fruit Ice is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan / plant-based, vegetarian, and paleo-friendly. Nonetheless, always read the ingredient statement and check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

For More Product Information: Visit the Smooze website at

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Sarah is the Associate Editor for Go Dairy Free. She also shares food and daily dilemmas as a milk allergy mom via her blog, No Whey, Mama. Sarah’s previous experience includes work as a copy editor at Thoroughbred Times magazine, a content writer at, and an intern at Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

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