Kids slurp down tons of frozen treats during the Summer, but store-bought frozen pops can be full of sugar and scary, unpronounceable ingredients. We've included five pop molds for you to try out at home. The varieties are endless, so be creative and toss in ripe fruit, yogurt, honey, or whatever you desire.
Since the Spring sunshine finally arrived over the long holiday weekend, I indulged with a bit of yummy ice cream topped with strawberries in balsamic vinegar. I must say, it was the perfect way to beat the heat. And even though frozen treats provide a nice cool down, they are not made equally. Think you know the skinny on Popsicles and and Klondike bars? Take my quiz and find out!Take the Quiz
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Back in 1984, President Ronald Regan declared July National Ice Cream month, and who doesn't love a frozen treat in hot Summer months? You don't need to eat a handful of ice cream cones to celebrate; you can still cool off and indulge with one of these guilt-free treats (although technically one is a Popsicle).
Giolitti later showed a local television station a tub of some of the blackberry flavor the Obama girls created, saying that the leftover ice cream was immediately picked up by customers who wanted their cones filled with it. If I were him, I would have sold it for a killing on eBay.
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On a hot day, a frozen treat hits the spot. There are so many tasty options, and so many of them are decadent — which of course brings up the health dilemma. So, do you indulge in ice cream, or choose lite? Do you eat a bit of sorbet or make your own fruit juice popsicles? Or do you just avoid sweet frozen treats altogether and go for a frozen margarita?