Easy Homemade Popsicles


Simple Homemade Popsicle Ideas And Recipes

Simple hand crafted popsicles are an awesome summer treat! These divine popsicle thoughts and formulas are speedy, simple and solid and are certain to fulfill your children!

Keep in mind when you used to sit on your front strides on a hot summer day eating a popsicle? It was generally red or purple and on unique events you got a fudgesicle. Keep in mind how you attempted to lick the trickles speedier than the sun could liquefy them? Sometimes the drips would roll down your fingers, forcing you to make the mind numbing decision whether to lick your fingers or the new drips forming on your popsicle.

For non-traditional homemade popsicles:

  • Freeze applesauce in popsicle molds.
  • Mix fruit or jam into yogurt. Freeze in small, snack sized Ziploc bags for frozen yogurt on the go. Cut a hole in the end of the bag for easy access/eating.
  • Mix gelatin and freeze. You can add gummie fish or worms before freezing for added fun.
  • Freeze syrup from canned fruit.
  • Add food color or sprinkles to yogurt. Then freeze in popsicle molds.
  • When you have leftover jam or jelly, put 1/4 cup of hot water in the jar and shake well. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze.
  • If jelly or jam doesn’t set up well, use for popsicles or add more water, boil and make syrup.

Greek Yogurt is AWESOME!

You essentially must be living under a stone to not realize that Greek Yogurt is extremely popular nowadays. Yet at the same time, that doesn’t imply that you know how or when to utilize it and that is the place I come in. I truly am a self-named Greek Yogurt Guru. Plain (unflavored) Fat Free Greek Yogurt is a regular event at my home; whether it’s breakfast, lunch or supper, it appears like I add it to nearly all that I can! Indeed, I do it since it’s beneficial for me, solid, low fat, and loaded with great protein. However, I additionally do it since it is yummy and flexible and ideal for such a large number of things!…

10 Ways to Add Fat Free Greek Yogurt to Your Diet

1. As a breakfast entree, shake or midday snack

2. In dips

3. In scrambled eggs or whites to make them fluffy and gorgeous!

4. As a substitute for sour cream on potatoes or Mexican food

5. As a last minute thickener for soups.

6. In baking as a substitute for milk, oil or as a partial replacement for butter

7. Microwave it to make homemade cheese for ethnic dishes

8. As an emulsifier in salad dressing as in my Creamy Balsamic Dressing

9. As a replacement for mayo in many recipes—Experiment and try some out!

10. As a replacement for heavy cream in white and cream sauces like Alfredo—this requires a bit of trial and error but produces great results!…