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4th of July Ice Pops

4th of July Popsicles

4th of July Popsicles

Rose from Light for Life just had a great blog post about popsicles.  (See Lemon Lime Pops for a Hot Summer Day.)  I too, recently treated myself to a popsicle mold set.

This summer my goal is to have “Never Have to Ask” popsicles in the freezer at all times.  That means, there will be healthy treats at the ready that my kids can eat whenever they want.

Here’s what I’m freezing for Fourth of July:

  • blueberries, and a tiny bit of maple syrup on the bottom
  • a little bit of whole milk
  • strawberry and coconut water puree on top



  1. dangermom says:

    Those look yummy. You and my friend Brandy must be on the same page! Today she linked to 4 of her favorite popsicle recipes: http://theprudenthomemakerblog.blogspot.com/2013/06/eat-for-40-cents-day-part-three-make-it.html

  2. Do you know The Prudent Homemaker in real life? Wow! I searched her blog extensively when I was doing the My Plate on My Budget experiment. It seemed like a lot of her cooking is gluten based, thought, and I’m gluten intolerant. Which leads me to wonder what happens to LDS families who can’t eat gluten. How do they come up with their year’s worth of stored food? Is that becoming more and more of an issue?

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