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September 2, 2015

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Organic Blueberry Popsicle Recipe

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In honor of National Blueberry Popsicle Day, here’s a recipe perfect for keeping you cool through the dog days of summer – or whenever you’re in need of a delicious, nutrient-packed treat. 

Ingredients:
2 cups organic blueberries
2 tablespoons real local honey
2 cups vanilla organic Greek yogurt (or your favorite flavor)
1 teaspoon Intellimune Powder

Equipment:
Popsicle mold
Popsicle sticks
Bowl
Spoon

Directions:
1. Blend the organic blueberries on high speed until they are a thick liquid consistency, then pour into your bowl.
2.  Stir in honey and Intellimune powder to the blueberries. Slowly mix in the yogurt. Taste the mixture and add more honey if you like treats on the sweeter side.
3. Pour the mixture into each popsicle mold. If your popsicle mold comes with sticks, insert them before freezing. If not, then freeze your pops for 2 hours before inserting wooden sticks. Freeze for 4-6 more hours or overnight.
4.  For easy removal, run pops under warm water.
5. Enjoy!!

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Five Questions for Nicole Rechelbacher, IN Co-Owner

We caught up with our fearless leader & daughter of Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Intelligent Nutrients and Aveda.

Q: How was your childhood different from others?
A: How wasn’t it? My friends thought my dad looked like John Lennon. He was flying all over the world, cooking clove shampoo in our sink, inviting Tibetan monks and Native elders over, and telling us to eat organic instead of OREOS. We didn’t have a picket fence, we had a mandala.

Q: How did growing with an entrepreneur change your worldview?
A: Creativity was a way of life for us—but so was hustle. I was cutting hair in high school. I was schlepping to shows and assisting him onstage. I was doing makeup backstage at hair shows and photo shoots. All while my friends were working jobs as lifeguards or retail.

Dad was never impressed by who people said they were. He was impressed by what you did. And that instilled a big work ethic in me.

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