I remember how we used to do popsicles as kids by simply putting a spoon into a yoghurt or a sweet beverage and let it freeze over night. It’s so simple, isn’t it? If you don’t like to eat whole fruits, this is an excellent and yummy way to get your daily ration of fruits
The practical thing is that you can use whatever fruits you like. Cherries, melon, peach, lime, strawberries, raspberries, peppermint, cranberries, grapes – there is no limit to your imagination and with a little bit of luck you’ll find just the right combination of fruits for you. We used melon, red currant and raspberries. The melon was really sweet and ripe so it turned out delicious. I also added a few peppermint leafs and three Goji berries just for fun..
To be honest, I’m much more the classical ice cream type but milky ice cream is such a calorie bomb! Raspberries and especially red currant can be rather sour though so I added a little bit of cane sugar to sweeten it up a little bit.
What do you like better, ice cream or popsicles? And what is your favourite flavour? I like yoghurt, wild berries, hazelnut and Matcha flavoured ice creams… and of course, home-made popsicles!
#nyaaa# dopey looking neko once more… but I’ve actually got a tan! yay!
I know that you’re keen on food porn so the next entry will satisfy you for sure… yummy and easy summer recipes (not mine though) with cute illustrations!
I’ll be back soon Cutie-pies