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Icy pops: a frozen revolution

Move over cupcakes, it’s time to welcome summer on a stick – popsicles – as the hottest gourmet food trend.

Don’t get me wrong I love a good cupcake, but summer’s this hot are measured by frozen treats and trips to the pool.

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images via Martha Stewart, People’s Pops, Hostess with the Mostess

So this week, we are trying out a couple new recipes for the frozen desserts. Although you can find inexpensive pop molds for as little as $1, I recommend using these icy pop molds (they come in great shapes and are BPA free). You will not be sorry.

I haven’t decided which recipe to go with quite yet, but I will let you know how they turn out. I am considering pulling a recipe from here, here or here.

For the foodie who want to try something a little more unique, check out this recipe provided by New York’s People’s Pops.

Finally, if you don’t have the time to make your own pops, we’ve been enjoying sugar-free tropical-flavored Popsicles.

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6 Responses to " Icy pops: a frozen revolution "

  1. Bobbi Janay says:

    I remember making Popsicles as a kid, they taste even better when you make them yourself.

  2. Steph says:

    I love homemade popsicles. But you insulted the cuppycake… it's WARE! ;-P

  3. Morgan @ says:

    Oh delicious – I love homemade pops!

  4. lisa says:

    Did you have the kiddos help you? We used to as kids and would spend the whole day opening up the freezer to see if they were ready. :)

  5. jessie

    I love making my (almost 2 yr old) homemade popsicles! I just make up a recipe depending on what I have at the time. Yesterday I made peach/watermelon popsicles. So tummy!

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