Summer, summer, summer. Summer heat here, there, and just about anywhere. When you can’t escape the hotness of summer, ice cream is always our go-to. But if the ice cream truck is nowhere to be found and there’s not a pint of ice cream in your fridge, you can keep cool with some refreshing, healthy and delicious popsicles. Make it in the comfort of your own home! Here’s a yummy and easy recipe that you can try.
Don’t think about summer break ending soon. Think about how much more you can enjoy and make the most of it. Spend some more time outside and do backyard activities. You are most likely to spend some late nights doing project and/or crafting. And you know what would go nicely with your late night shenanigans. Coffee and chocolate. Yum!
For the recipe, visit A Pumpkin and A Princess.
This summer, we are all about looking for summer refreshments. A recipe that will help us beat the scorching heat of the sun. Don’t get us wrong, we love the sunny weather but sometimes, we just want to cool off. Something fruity, sweet, and with a hint of chocolate. That would be a yummy treat! A delicious popsicle treat!
Full recipe is at Whole & Heavenly Oven.
What’s your way of cooling off this summer? Popsicles, we think, are just the perfect delicacy, don’t’ you think? So grab your popsicle molder now. The kids would surely love it.
Did you have a good Fourth of July weekend? We are confident you did. We had a great holiday weekend too! The kids had so much fun. (It’s obvious since we haven’t posted anything these past few days.) It’s good to have that summer vacation. Speaking of which, it’s summer! We are expecting more time under the sun so they would definitely want to cool off after an activity. What would be a better way to do that than popsicles? And of course, we will do it homemade style. 😉 We found this mouth-watering recipe.
Get the recipe at The Merrythought.
Excited to make your own popsicles for the next two months? Ask the kids to help you out. Let them pour the ingredients in to the popsicle mold for you. It would be fun!