Love coffee, dessert and easy recipes? This one’s for you. Mix 2 cups of cold coffee with ¾ cup of cream, and sugar to taste. Pour into popsicle molds, cover with aluminum foil and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze until solid.
Matcha Pops with blueberries, basil & coconut milk
with blueberries, basil & coconut milk Matcha Pops I picked up a popsicle mold last year, and it was love at first freeze. No more feeling guilty about sneaking treats in the middle of the afternoon, because I know MY pops are filled with all sorts of good
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles- mine did not end up as marbled as this one, had to freeze it in layers. lemon layer needs more yogurt it was too runny and didnt set up as hard as the rest (though that could have been because i used vanilla instead of greek yogurt like the rest).
Homemade popsicles can be so easy (and fun!) to make… that is, if you know some popsicle making secrets (and have some great recipes!). My kids and I have been experimenting in the kitchen (and with popsicle molds) and have come up with these 7 super yummy popsicle recipes! Plus… you won’t believe what the SECRET INGREDIENT is in this recipe!