Sweltering summer in this part of the world. Nothing like the joy of delving into a fruit Popsicle as it slowly melts into you mouth.This month for the Secret Recipe Club I had the privilege of exploring JJs blog 84th and 3rd. I thoroughly enjoyed going through many of her recipes. J.J is remarkably creative in her food development and very explorative. I am completely bowled over by her work and presentation.
Do hop over to her blog to see for yourself. Leftover Fruit platter Popsicles work well as smoothies and you can freeze them into Popsicles to Beat the Heat.
Leftover Fruit Platter Popsicle
2 cups mixed fruit ( watermelon, orange, muskmelon)
1/4 cup coconut milk or almond milk
1tbs lime juice
1 cup ice cubes
- Blend all ingredients till smooth.
- Freeze in Popsicle molds.
What fun and so easy to make too! GREAT SRC pick this month - KarenReplyDelete
That looks perfect for the coming summer months! We just got some popsicle molds and I can't wait to make our own - we make lots of smoothies already, so I figure it's only natural to freeze some for popsicles as the weather starts warming up. These look fantastic! :)ReplyDelete
Never made a popsicle, but almost got some of the thingies to make them at amazon.com - then decided against, and now you are making me re-consider.... Summer is coming, after all ;-)ReplyDelete
Great idea for those summer fruit platters that don't get all used up.ReplyDelete
I really love this idea. I always have a few strawberries or blackberries left. Love the idea of being able to use them up in popsicles. Keeping this recipe for summer.ReplyDelete
Great idea to use up fruit you have on hand. I have to ask, though.... what is a muskmelon!?ReplyDelete
These look wonderful! Love your mickey mouse popsicle holders!ReplyDelete
This is such a great idea of how to use up leftover fruit tray fruit! Great SRC pick!ReplyDelete
What a great summer recipe! I can't wait for our weather to start to turn so that eating a popsicle won't freeze me to death! These look great. Awesome pick this month :)ReplyDelete
How clever! I need to get a hold of some popsicle molds!ReplyDelete
My grand son will love these~ Great choice, Happy Reveal Day~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 TangerinesReplyDelete
Yum. There's nothing better than a refreshing fruity popsicle on a hot day, and this is a great way of using up some odds and sods from the fruit basket. Great choice.ReplyDelete
What a fun use for leftover fruit! I admit however that I would have a hard time having any leftovers and I inhale fruit.ReplyDelete
How fun is this!ReplyDelete