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    I got this recipe over the Internet from "Mealtime" Quick Easy and a treat for kids or adults. For a fun popsicle alternate a layer of chocolate chips or sprinkles between layers of yogurt .Freezer time not included in the prep time

    Recipe #69597

    1 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    This is a three layer frozen dessert on a stick. I got this recipe under the heading "Popsicles all grown up" out of the local paper it's by Krystina Castella. This is all very easy to throw together, but the freezing time is 10 hours. So it's a great make ahead dessert. The suggested moulds are silicone baking moulds or paper cups. Makes 6 - 8oz pops or 8 - 6 oz pops.

    Recipe #314440

    I found this and thought it was a great idea--quick and very easy! Hope you like it! 8)

    Recipe #35119

    These fun and festive homemade fruit pops are great for Memorial Day weekend get-togethers! They are definitely a kid pleaser (psst...great way to sneak in just one more serving of fruit!) This recipe is from eatjustonemore.com that has great tips and recipes for healthy family living!

    Recipe #305061

    Another from Kraft... what kid or kid at heart wouldn't love these? Creamy & cold, just the thing for a hot summer day. SOOOOO simple yet so tasty.

    Recipe #168468

    Recipe #379546

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    I found this in Womans Day Everyday Food. Freezing time not included.

    Recipe #388192

    3 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Cool and refreshing treat for summertime. Yield depends on size of popsicle holders. Mine are the kind with a plastic handle and stick and hold about 3 ounces. You can also use 3-oz paper bathroom cups and popsicle sticks. From "A Taste of Thai" products. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup sugar but I found that too sweet. You can use Lite coconut milk and Splenda, also.

    Recipe #316344

    5 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Cool and refreshing treat for summertime. Yield depends on size of popsicle holders. Mine are the kind with a plastic handle and stick and hold about 3 ounces. You can also use 3-oz paper bathroom cups and popsicle sticks. From "A Taste of Thai" products. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup sugar but I found that too sweet. You can use Lite coconut milk and Splenda, also.

    Recipe #408333

    2 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    I always thought Rocky Road involved peanut butter (which I don't like), but this recipe proves me wrong. Finally, something I can enjoy too! Note: cook time also includes chill time

    Recipe #216798

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Canadian Living, these sound like fun. I'm not sure how many servings these make, so just made a guess. The cooking time is actually freezing time.

    Recipe #386339

    A nice refreshing adult tasting popsicle. Kids will enjoy these also.

    Recipe #426786

    1 Reviews |  By Vinn

    These yummy ice-pops are a sure kid-pleaser! Only fill the ice-pop mold about 3/4 of the way up, as the milk mixture will expand when it freezes. This is a fun recipe to make with kids in the kitchen. The heavy cream gives a richness that makes the ice-pop taste more like a milkshake!

    Recipe #413284

    During the summer time, I love to make homemade popsicles and other frozen fruity treats for my son and his friends. It fun and healthier than purchasing sugar filled novelties at the grocery store. This one isn't quite as healthy as the others but it is a good spin on my son's favorite restaurant drink...Shirley Temple.

    Recipe #392528

    It doesn't matter if you're 2 or 102, thesse sweet popsicles will satisfy! Easy and oh so good! Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #381058

    Yum - cold, fresh minty popsicles...who could ask for more? From the book "Kids' Cooking."

    Recipe #379281

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    Recipe #379496

    I found this recipe in Woman's Day. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting this for safe keeping.

    Recipe #375996

    Simple to make - substitute juice to suit whatever fruit juice is available. The combination listed below tastes just like Frosty Fruits. If you don't have icy pole/popsicle moulds, freeze in a shallow metal dish then break up with a fork and serve as a granita. NOTE: Cooking time includes freezing time, and will vary.

    Recipe #350693

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