RECIPE: Blueberry Ice Pops For National Blueberry Popsicle Day

[1] Puréed blueberries, perked up with a bit of lemon juice (photo courtesy Will Cook For Smiles). [2] Make a creamy blueberry pop with yogurt or non-dairy milk (photo courtesy A Healthy Life For Me). Here’s the recipe with almond and coconut milks; the recipe for a yogurt pop is below.   September 1st is…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Ice Pops In A Snap

July is National Ice Cream Month. Since there’s no Ice Pop Month or Ice Pop Day (and none for ice cream cones, either), we’re folding them in. We thank PeanutButterLovers.com, the consumer website of the Southern Peanut Growers for this recipe. It makes a dozen creamy pops, with hardly any effort.   CREAMY PEANUT BUTTER-BANANA…
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RECIPE: Tequila Watermelon Ice Pops

We’ve got watermelon left over from July 4th, so today we’re juicing it and transforming it into ice pops—with tequila, thanks to this recipe from LoveAndOliveOil.com. Here’s the whole story. Check out the site’s many beautiful recipes. RECIPE: TEQUILA WATERMELON ICE POPS Ingredients For 6 Pops 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1 cup…
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FOOD HOLIDAY & RECIPE: National Creamsicle Day & A Creamsicle Cake

Many foods—from yogurt thousands of years ago, to cream cheese, fudge, ganache, ice cream soda and Toll House Cookies in the late 19th/early 20th century—were invented as the result of happy accidents. The Popsicle, first of the “sicle” ice cream novelties, was no different. THE HISTORY OF THE POPSICLE & THE CREAMSICLE In 1905, 11-year-old…
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