Popsicles aren't just for kids — especially when made with ingredients like fresh mint and lavender. Veronica Bosgraaf, founder of Pure Bar, shared this easy-to-make recipe for refreshing lemon-lavender popsicles. Made using only five ingredients, the not-too-sweet icy treats are the perfect way to end your next backyard barbecue.
The weather's warming up, so what better way to treat yourself than with a sweet treat of frozen fruit made from superfoods? FitSugar reader Dara8182 posted this simple recipe for raspberry-pineapple chia popsicles in our Healthy Recipe group.
Easy to make and so refreshing, these pops are a great Springtime treat! High in vitamins and fiber, they are super healthy too.
Whether it's a birthday gift tag, a Fourth of July thank you, or a just because card, a sweet note adorned with Summery flair is sure to make a loved one's day. Cool off with these cards featuring popsicles, ice cream cones, and other frozen delights. And watch out, they may have you hankering for the ice cream truck!
The weather is heating up all over the country, except maybe here in the Bay Area. Warm weather means folks are reaching for cooling treats. Popsicles tend to be lower in fat than ice cream, but ice cream is cool comfort food. While most people prefer one type of frozen treat over the other, some opt for popsicles because the calorie count is lower. What about you? Which frozen treat are you more likely to eat?
I'm far from an Adam Sandler groupie, but there are a few of his movie scenes that always get me. One of these is in Mr. Deeds, when his character tries to sell an ice cream glove to investors — such a dumb idea but I still kind of understand the need for one. Since the fictional product was never produced, we'll have to make do by wiping down our sticky fingers with the MrPS Ice Cream Lollies Tea Towel ($16). The 100 percent cotton tea towel is hand-printed in retro turquoise with hand-drawn and photographic images of ice cream cones and popsicles, images synonymous with Summer Style. Sorry, fudgsicles not included.
Strawberry and Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicle
Here at Sugar HQ, everyone is crazy for the new, dangerously-close frozen yogurt joint, SoGreen. After consuming a couple of SoGreen's delicious, fruity treats, I decided to experiment with my own variation. Currently I'm obsessed with popsicles, so naturally, I was inspired to make a frozen yogurt popsicle. The recipe is simple with only a couple ingredients: strained yogurt, fresh fruit, and sugar.