Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Homemade Popsicles Part II
















Spring is here! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and everything is transforming from a brown, muddy look to green, lush colors. It's time to grab those pairs of shorts, flip flops, and, of course, popsicles!

We've already shown you how with a few simple Honeyville products you can make delicious, Homemade Popsicles the whole family will love. Today we're expanding on that, incorporating more products, creating new flavors, and giving you three all new recipes that you're simply going to love. Grab your favorite popsicle maker, it's time to create some more fun popsicle flavors!

Blueberry Lemonade Bar













Yields: 5-6 Bars
Ingredients:
1 quart Water

Directions:

















In a large pitcher, combine blueberries and lemonade powder.












Fill pitcher with water and mix until completely combined.












Pour mixture into your popsicle molds.












Place lids on top and freeze for 8-10 hours.

Berry Explosion Bar













Yields: 5-6 Bars
Ingredients:
3 cups Water

Directions:

















In a large pitcher, combine strawberries, raspberries, and smoothie mix.












Fill pitcher with water and mix until completely combined.

Pour mixture into your popsicle molds.

Place lids on top and freeze for 8-10 hours.

Mango Monsoon Bar













Yields: 5-6 Bars
Ingredients:
3 cups Water

Directions:

















In a large pitcher, combine mangos and smoothie mix.












Fill pitcher with water and mix until completely combined.

Pour mixture into your popsicle molds.

Place lids on top and freeze for 8-10 hours.

These three popsicles are packed full of flavor! Each one brings a unique blend of goodness that gets your right in the mood for sunny days, beach trips, and warmer weather. The Mango Monsoon packs a tropical explosion into each bar, with just the right amount of mango goodness! Berry Explosion is everything you'd expect in a berry-flavored bar, while Blueberry Lemonade is a delicious blend of two flavors you never knew could taste so well together.












It's time to embrace the warmer weather, and these popsicles are the perfect way to do just that!

1 comment:

lasmt said...

YUUUMMMM! I'll add some homemade yogurt to a couple of these popsicle recipes for a creme' version. Also I have the smoothie mixes but haven't been using them because they taste salty. So this might allow me to use them. I gifted some to neighbors so well tell them about your popsicle recipes too. Now off to find that neat popsicle mold. A link to finding one would be nice.