Frozen Treats Make Great Eats
In the early part of the 20th century, the Popsicle made its debut. It was invented by Frank Epperson, and in the beginning it was known simply as the ‘Episicle.’ The name didn’t stick, but fortunately the Popsicle went on to fame and fortune. In fact, it’s hard to imagine summer without it. You can get them in a store, of course, but with a little home magic you can also create your own.
Sweet, refreshing and bursting with great summer color, you’ll want this frozen wonder on your honey-do list (or honeydew as the case may be.)
These chocolate and peanut butter creamsicles are easy to make and are a great alternative to just sticking a candy bar in the freezer.
If work or other responsibilities have grounded your tropical beach plans for the summer, these easy orange creamsicle pops may be the next best thing.
Popsicles are known for being sweet, but have you ever heard of one with a kick? Spicy mango-basil paletas may be the perfect popsicle pick-me-up.
Not all popsicles are for kids. If making all those great popsicle flavors has worn you down, take a moment to indulge yourself with a relaxing red wine variety.
There are tons of ways to enjoy this cool treat on a hot day. It not only cools you down, but you can make virtually any flavor or color under the sun. All you need is a freezer and a little imagination.