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Jun

Homemade Popsicles

I’m a sucker for the $1 section at Target. They get me every time! Yesterday I spent a whole $2 on a dozen Popsicle molds that I didn’t plan on getting, but that I clearly needed since summer is coming up. Right?

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Whether you’ve succumb to the whims of the $1 section, you plan to turn Dixie cups into molds or you’ve found nice BPA-free Popsicle molds, get started whipping up some summertime treats with a few of these recipes, which include watermelon pops, green pineapple pops and even no-drip banana pops! Delish!

  • NatureMom has some great tips for selecting BPA-free molds and slipping some kale into your kids’ pineapple smoothies for an extra boost of B vitamins.
  • Make Your Own Baby Stuff is genius for coming up with this recipe: No-Drip Popsicles! Sign me up!
  • SheKnows offers some classic recipes for orange, watermelon or strawberry Popsicles, along with a brief history of the classic summertime snack.
  • As always, you can find a wide assortment of recipes at Cooks.com. I recommend reading user comments to find the best pops to please your family’s palates.

Happy snacking!

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  1. Stephanie says:

    I found the exact same molds at my local Target on Saturday! Complete impulse buy! They practically jumped into my cart! Really, I had no choice!
    Saturday afternoon we played on the Slip-N-Slide and ate homemade pudding pops! Yum, Yum! Gotta love summer! Thanks for the additional ideas!

  2. Jenna says:

    oMG yummy! I am totally going to make these for this awesome pool party i am going to this weekend! Thanks

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