Firecracker Ice Pops Recipe. Ginger Peach Popsicles. Nothing says SUMMER more than Popsicles Ok – I lie.
To you there may be something that says “summer” more than a few delicious minutes of heavenly goodness on a stick. BUT, you do have to agree that these Ginger Peach Ice Pops just shout “summer” from the hilltops! My CSA is in full swing & my Grandmother is visiting from Florida. One of the flavors I associate with my Dad’s Mom is ginger. Rich thought these were a little too gingery (he associates ginger with sushi and not much else) but I thought they were just perfect – a bit of a ginger bite to them but so sweet and fresh from all that peach – YUM Ginger Peach Popsicles Total time 2 oz. fresh ginger root, peeled and sliced into thick coins½ c. water⅓ c. sugar2 ripe peaches, pitted and cut into chunks Combine ginger, water, and sugar in small saucepan over medium heat.
From the delicious Oh My Veggies One Year Ago - S’mores Bar Cookies my dad’s Puppy Penny wanted Peach Pops too! DIY Popsicles! Mango Lassi and Strawberry-Honey Yogurt Popsicles. All summer, we've been kicking back here on the West Coast in our mild 70-degree weather, watching blithely as the rest of the country roasts in some of the hottest heat waves ever to hit the States.
Until now, of course--right after school starts! (Thanks, Mother Nature.) Suddenly, we've had soaring temperatures for days on end, where by 11pm at night, it's still 90 degrees Fahrenheit out. Can you say "ice me, please"??? Thankfully, I went on that popsicle-making craze a while ago, and our freezer has been stocked full of all assortment of flavors of popsicles, including these mango-lassi ice pops. Anyways, as long as I have these popsicles in my freezer, I say, bring it on! Brace yourselves--more popsicles coming later this week! Read on for recipe... Mango Lassi Popsiclesmakes ~8-12 popsicles, depending on the size of your molds 2 cups ripe mango, chopped 1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt 1/2 cup milk 2 Tbspn sugar BIG! 1. For a Strawberry-Honey variation... Enjoy! Mojito Popsicles and 'Poptails'
Vietnamese Coffee Popsicles. Vietnamese Coffee Popsicles The bold sweet flavor of Vietnamese Coffee in a whimsical popsicle recipe.
Pull out your molds because popsicle season isn’t over yet! Circa 1996. Sitting in the corner of a sparse dining room with canvas scrolls hanging on the walls, I watched a frail little women bring a tray loaded with apparatus to a nearby table. As the diners talked, she carefully sat down glasses of ice, smaller stemmed glasses with something whitish in the bottoms, a kettle of hot water, and several small metal devices that looked like top hats. She placed a metal hat over each stemmed glass and filled it with water. Trying not to look like a stalker, I kept a sharp eye on the glasses as the metal devices casually dripped black liquid onto the white surface below. Several minutes later, the little lady came back to the table and removed all the metal toppers. Whatever that was, I must have it.
I later discovered, these table-side beverages were Vietnamese coffee. It’s pretty clever… Why? Nutella Fudge Pops. Oh fudge! Melty Nutella Fudge Pops.