Lemonade Cucumber Spa Popsicles. Cool breakfast. Even after the cake roll I had so many strawberries left that I had to create more food.
Yes, I know. Coconut ice cream and blackberry. FamilyFreshCooking.com © MarlaMeridith. Design Crush & Popsicles! Not to sound full of myself, but I’m pretty sure this is the be all, end all of popsicle roundups.
There’s a little something for everyone: the foodies, the purists, the ones who prefer frozen yogurt, the ones who prefer a little alcohol, everyone. Tweny-five options to be exact. Rocky Road Fudge Pops. In the summertime I like to keep my freezer stocked with Otter Pops for all of the kids that play around our house.
When I spotted this recipe for Rocky Road Fudge Pops, I realized that this could be an alternative frozen treat that the kids could also help to make. We made a batch two weeks ago and they were such a big hit that we made another batch a few days ago. Rocky Road Fudge Popsoriginal from Taste of Home 1 package (3.4 oz) cook-and-serve chocolate pudding mix2 1/2 cups milk1/2 cup marshmallow creme12 popsicle sticks12 disposable plastic cups (3 oz each)optional mix-ins: chopped walnuts, chopped peanuts, mini marshmallows, mini m&ms, miniature semisweet chocolate chips In a large microwave-safe bowl, combine pudding mix and milk.
Stir marshmallow creme into pudding and set aside. Have the kids write their initials on their own cups to avoid arguments later. Jello Popsicles. Milk & Honey Lavender Sorbet. This is a crowd favorite!
It’s featured with updated, luscious photos in our Gilded Fork Cookbook! Sometimes the most pleasurable things in life are also the simplest. Culinary Disasters. Mike over at Mike’s Table had to go ahead and throw down the gauntlet again and this time his poison was frozen deserts. For those who don’t follow Mike’s Blog he is pretty much the ice cream guru in my book and is always doing something cool and exciting with his trusty KitchenAid. So when he announced this frozen dessert post off (I like to remember the scene from Zoolander where David Bowie stands on the catwalk and announces the walk off when saying post off) I started thinking and wanted to do something with an not heavily used ingredient and something more light for warmer weather. I debated a basil ice cream and yeah that sounded cool. Maybe serve it in a tomato or something like a tomato gelee. Dandy Dandelion Smoothie. Homemade Popsicle Recipes – Organic Popsicles – 50 Popsicle Recipes.
With sunny days on the way it’s easy to get ice pop fever. In the last two posts we looked at the benefits of homemade popsicles and saw some great non-toxic popsicle molds. Now it’s time to look at some cool popsicle recipes Subscribe to Growing a Green Family to see new ice pop posts and more green family tips. My favorite ice pop flavors are root beer , tangerine juice, watermelon and lemon ice tea. Cooking my way through summer. Red Berry Fruit Popsicles “Summer is fleeting,” my friend Heidi tells me as she is getting ready to leave. We’ve spent the morning in the house shooting portraits. Courageously, I should add, in view of the extremely hot temperature of the day that make us sweat the minute we move. Watermelon Jalapeño Popsicle Recipe. Habanero Popsicles. Stay Cool with a Hotsicle - Adding chile to ice cream seems the natural thing to do for New Mexicans.
Cucumber Mint Popsicles. A few weeks ago reader ERIN sent us her cucumber popsicle recipe.
Loving the idea, I immediately went outside and picked a few. These popsicles take just a couple minutes to throw together, and they taste so refreshing. They were a hit so I had to make more, adding mint to the second batch. Philly Homegrown – Local Food in Philadelphia: Restaurants, Farmers' Markets, Shops, Tours and More. In this recipe, the corncob is replaced by a popsicle stick for a sweet, creamy treat.
(If it sounds odd, consider that in Mexico helado de elote, or corn ice cream, is a popular confection.) You can use store-bought popsicle molds or Dixie cups and craft sticks. Yields 4 6-ounce popsicles or 8 3-ounce popsicles Ingredients 3 ears corn, husked and cleaned 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup whole milk 2/3 cup sugar pinch of salt ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Directions: Cut corn from cobs. Tomato and Avocado Popsicles. Ingredients Lime Creme Fraiche 1 cup whipping (35%) cream (250 ml) ¼ cup sour cream (60 ml) juice of 1 lime Tomato Layer 3 to 4 fresh plum tomatoes, cored, seeded and pureed zest of 1 lime salt and pepper, to taste ¼ cup sugar (60 ml)
The New Frozen Treat: Veggie Popsicles. Why should fruit have all fun?
This summer, get your daily dose of veggies the fun, frozen way… by turning them into popsicles! From sweet corn to tomato to cucumber, the options are endless. Endless Poptails: Bloody Mary Popsicles. Thanks to last week’s commenter, Angela, whose request for a Bloody Mary reminded us that being in cruise control sucks.
With that, we decided that, hell yeah—let’s interrupt the summer sweet series with a savory Bloody Mary Poptail. To start things off, we used heirloom tomatoes, because well, that’s what is in our backyard right now.If you don’t have any in season where you are, regular tomatoes will work just as well. Or for complete ease of mixing, skip the fresh tomatoes for some tomato juice and adjust the flavor accordingly. Design Crush & Popsicles! Balsamic-Strawberry Pops Recipe at Epicurious.