Variety Pack Popsicles - Kids
Yield: 6 servings
1 (6 oz) can frozen orange juice concentrate, softened or use grape juice, cranberry juice
1 (6 oz) can water
1 pt Vanilla ice cream, softened, or 2 containers of Plain yogurt
Whir in a blender. Pour into molds, insert sticks, and freeze.
1 cup skim milk 1 envelope unflavored gelatin 1/2 cup honey or sugar 1 egg white 1 1/4
cups apricot nectar or canned pineapple juice popsicle sticks and cups
Pour milk into blender and add gelatin. Let soften for one minute
before adding the rest of the ingredients to whip. Pour into molds,
insert sticks, and freeze.
1 (6 oz) can peaches in light syrup or 2 fresh ripe peaches, sliced and pitted 1 cup heavy
cream 1 tsp sugar or honey (optional) popsicle sticks and cups
Whip cream in a blender for 30-45 seconds. Add peaches and honey. Whir until smooth. Pour
into molds, insert sticks, and freeze.
1 (8 oz) container plain yogurt 2 tbsp cocoa or carob powder 2 tbsp brown sugar or honey
popsicle sticks and cups
Liquefy in a blender, pour into molds, insert popsicle sticks, and freeze.
KEEP-ON-HAND SNOW CONES
Freeze orange juice (or any other flavored juice) in ice cube trays, Pop frozen juice
cubes in a plastic bag to store. Put three to six of these cubes at a time in a blender.
Turn blender on and off until cubes reach snowy consistency. Pile into a cup to serve.
The whole batch blended at once will keep its carnival consistency stored in a container
in the freezer. Kids can serve themselves. Adding a little water makes it a
"slush". Even kids who don't care for orange juice like it this way.
1 cup seedless watermelon chunks 1 cup orange juice 1 cup water popsicle sticks and cups
Blend these ingredients into a blender, pour into molds, insert sticks, and freeze.
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