Make your own popsicles using fresh or frozen fruit, fruit juices ,ice cream, milk, and even cocktail ingredients.
Use popsicle molds or small paper cups to make these tart warm-weather treats. Using fresh fruit instead of bottled juice
reduces the amount of sugar in the chilly snack, making it a naturally kid-friendly choice.
Serve a treat that's as pretty as it is tasty. The trick to this pop's tri-colored look is simple: freeze the first layer
alone for 45 minutes, then add a second layer and freeze again, and finish with the third. Freeze the complete pop overnight
to keep it solid even in the sun's hottest rays.
Create a creamy pop by combining blueberries with custard-style lemon yogurt and 1/2 cup of whatever kind of milk you have
on hand. Swirl the ingredients together with a knife to create an attractive marbled appearance and serve this inspired summer
dessert to kids and dinner guests alike.
Surprise summer company with these chilly eye-catching treats. Fill hollowed-out lime halves with a creamy mixture made from
orange juice, vanilla yogurt, and strawberries. Freeze, then cut the lime halves in half to make wedges. To add "seeds," mix
is semisweet chocolate mini morsels before freezing.
The rich secret ingredient in this smooth fruit pop is sour cream, but your guests will never know! Mix the cream with blended
and strained strawberries then sweeten with a little sugar and a few teaspoons of lemon juice.
Get your fruit fix year around with a pop that calls for fresh or frozen raspberries, a banana, low-fat yogurt, and a little
honey, for sweetness. It's perfect for a post-dinner treat or an afternoon snack any day of the year.