I hope you had a great, long, relaxing, food-filled weekend. I spent mine mowing lawns, playing at the pool, sitting by a fire, rescuing stray chickens stuck in a pit, and all sorts of other fun and productive things in between.
Summer if officially here and there is no better way than to celebrate with ice-cold red white and blue popsicles! I love having homemade fruit popsicles in the freezer, so that no matter when the kids ask for one I can feed the need. I have no problems giving my kids fruit and yogurt laden snacks that just happen to be frozen, taste delicious, and look a whole lot like not-so-good-for-you-food. They gobbled these up in a heart beat and I know you all will love them too. There’s something so appealing about having multiple layers and different tastes to work through. Plus, you can’t beat that patriotic color-scheme. These are just begging to make a sense at your next gathering, no need to wait until the Fourth of July.
Today gets even better though. My friend McKenzie from over at Girl Loves Glam has put together a really fun Summer Fun Series for the month of May. This whole month she’s had some awesome bloggers posting a wide variety of projects to get us all excited for summer. This recipe will be part of the series and the rest of the posts will be linked at the bottom of my page. So not only do you get this great recipe but you can also click around and see what some of the other ladies have been up to. Fun huh?
Now onto the popsicles!
Recipe adapted from Brown Eyed Baker’s Red, White, and Blue Firecracker Popsicles.
Here is all of the other posts from this month. Just click on the picture to go to the blogs to see the projects.
Thanks so much for stopping in and thanks McKenzie for letting me party with you.