Friday, June 4, 2010

Popsicles for Summer

 Check out this fantastic little shop in NYC called Popbar? You can pick from a gorgeous array of wonderful sorbet and gelato pops on a stick. And they have a build your own Popbar to boot! Create your own personal popbar work of art. While they have hundreds of possible combinations, creating your own Pop is easy!

 So if you cant make it to NYC, you have to get one of these and have your own pop party!

Remember when you were a kid and your mom made popsicles. I just remember hearing sorry sweetie you can have one tomorrow. UHG!

Now you can create your own customized frozen pops, including cream-filled varieties, in as little as seven minutes. Simple and easy to use, this little freezer ensures flavorful fun for the whole family.

This wonderful creation makes up to nine 2 1/4" x 3 1/2" pops (three 2-oz. pops at a time) before refreezing is required. Nonstick cast-aluminum molds have a proprietary solution sealed inside their bases to enable rapid, uniform freezing. This specially designed tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds and special drip guards promote tidy eating. It Includes base, remover tool, six reusable pop sticks and six reusable drip guards. The possibilities with this gadget are endless!!

Here are some fun custom Popsicle Ideas
Make your own popbar, melt some chocolate and set out some toppings and have at it.
For a healthy approach, try blending your protein smoothie and freezing them into pops
What about some herbal tea and fresh fruit.

Here is a great healthy recipe I found on Martha Stewart

Puree 1 1/2 cups low-fat buttermilk or kefir, 1 banana, 1 1/2 cups fresh or frozen berries, and 1/4 cup raw honey in a blender until smooth. Pour mixture into Popsicle molds and freeze. Makes 10 pops (75 calories each).

I also love Shauna Younge's take the new summer trend! Check out her post on designer Popsicles

Xoxo CC


  1. Sarah, I just discovered your blog and I have to say that it was so soothing for me to read it and look at the pictures. It seems like it would be more difficult to look at all those pictures of beautiful and tastey items living in a developing country where there's nothing even remotely like that available but I actually found it to be a sweet mental escape. Thanks for bloggin. I look forward to seeing more!

  2. These popsicles look AMAZING! My daughter would LOVE! Came across your blog and had to say hi! Look forward to following you :) Hope you are having a great weekend!!!


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