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Chocolate Chili Ice Cream {Guest Post from Gotta Get Baked} Howdy readers of The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen!

Chocolate Chili Ice Cream {Guest Post from Gotta Get Baked}

I’m Nancy from Gotta Get Baked. I was lucky to meet Susan over a year ago through our Sunday Supper group. Since then, I’ve really gotten to love and admire not only this fabulous blog but also the incredible woman behind it. Susan consistently leaves me in awe over all the tantalizing things she cooks and bakes. Her voice is authentic, easy-going and witty, qualities I always gravitate to in people. When Susan asked if I’d guest post while she’s on a cruise with her family, I jumped at the opportunity. Susan and I also share a love of dogs, although my canine affection is more recent than hers.

Every night this summer, we’ve been taking Abby down the street to the field behind the high school. There’s nothing like coming home to delicious, homemade ice cream after spending an evening in the hot sun with a herd of dogs. Chocolate Chili Ice Cream {Guest Post from Gotta Get Baked} Recipe type: Ice Cream, Dessert. Strawberry Margarita Ice Pops. Strawberry Margarita Popsicles Meet the Jello-O Shot’s cooler cousin: Strawberry Margarita Ice Pops.

Strawberry Margarita Ice Pops

Fresh-flavored and frosty, these lickable cocktails on a stick are my solution to beating the heat. And with summer at a rolling boil in New York City, I can’t help but want to steer clear of anything involving an oven and/or an open flame. I used flat popsicle molds, and poured any leftovers into shot glasses. Ten minutes into the freezing process, add a popsicle stick to the glasses to make mini-pops (and for mini-pops for mini-hands, just leave out the alcohol). Get ‘em while it’s hot … or be forced lucky enough to lick up the leftovers. Strawberry Peach Vodka Collins Popsicle Recipe.

You like fruit, you like vodka, you like popsicles — shoot, you like a lot of things.

Strawberry Peach Vodka Collins Popsicle Recipe

So to help move you more quickly towards all your likings, we found a way to combine the three aforementioned likes into one. Before your skeptical brow can arch upwards, let us say — yes, you can freeze vodka. After some quick experimenting and an afternoon of mixing and an evening of freezing …Strawberry Peach Vodka Collins Popsicles are yours for the licking! And careful, these are deceptively kid-like in flavor but packed with adult enjoyment. Strawberry Peach Vodka Collins Popsicles Makes 12 2.5 oz Popsicles 6 oz pureed strawberry (about 10 strawberries) 2 oz peach syrup (recipe follows) 12 oz tonic water 2 oz plus 3 oz vodka (divided use) Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Peach Syrup (You will have more syrup than you need. ½ cup sliced peaches (about 4 medium size peaches) 1 cup water 1 cups sugar. Spice Cream: Pink Grapefruit-Tarragon Sorbet. Zoku Popsicle Maker: Blue Bottle Macchiato Pops. It’s no secret that Seattle is a coffee town, so there’s only a little shame in the fact that my coffee of choice actually comes from the Bay Area.

Zoku Popsicle Maker: Blue Bottle Macchiato Pops

If you’ve walked the hall of the San Francisco Ferry Building on a Saturday morning, you’ve no doubt seen a little crowd of people standing outside Blue Bottle Coffee Company, patiently waiting for their espressos, their caffe lattes, their macchiatos. And it’s worth the wait. Blue Bottle prides itself on properly pulled espressos that bring out the best in the ground beans. This is no churn-and-burn assembly line. Luckily, Blue Bottle also does mail order from its home base in Oakland, so those of us not living in the Bay Area (or Brooklyn) can get our fix. So why are they macchiato pops, not caffe latte pops?

Blue Bottle Macchiato Pops Author: Michelle Jenkins | DailyWaffle Recipe type: Dessert, Snack 1¼ c. brewed espresso¼ c. heavy cream½ c. milk (I used non-fat, but would recommend 2% or whole milk)2 T. agave sweetener Like this: