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    Sarah's Popsicle Treats

    Popsicles and Frozen Treats for my 6 year old
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    5 Reviews |  By Anissa

    Fun name for a yummy hot weather treat. Made with milk and purple grape juice these are easy to make and great for the kids to eat. (Cook time is freezer time.)

    Recipe #64612

    12 Reviews |  By alijen

    An easy way to make fudge pops that kids will love. I've put the original recipe in, but feel free to use sugar free pudding or Splenda in place of the regular pudding and sugar.

    Recipe #98312

    A recipe with icy feeling!

    Recipe #163463

    Just the thing to cool down kids, big and small, on a hot, hot day...

    Recipe #53779

    Tasty treats the adults will enjoy as much as the kids! Also a great recipe for kids to try out on their own.

    Recipe #121911

    I found this at www.fitnessandfreebies.com. It is quite time consuming to make. Cook time is freeze time and it is just an estimated time. This was a hit with my DS's and their cousins! The measurements are for 1-3oz. freezer pop (your typical disposable bathroom cup), so buy ingredients according to your desired popsicle quantity and pop size

    Recipe #127298

    I found this recipe at www.suite101.com, while searching for popsicle recipes for my boys, they really enjoyed these. Everybody popsicle molds differs in size, so I can't calculate how much it will make. My popsicle mold holds 1/3 of a cup, and I doubled this recipe and it gave me approximately 7 popsicles Cook time DOES NOT reflect freezing

    Recipe #125895

    9 Reviews |  By Anissa

    Popsicles made with fresh fruit, what could be more refreshing on a hot summer day? (Cook time is freezer time.)

    Recipe #64609

    While searching for homemade popsicles for my kids, I came across this recipe on the Kraft website. Please note that servings vary greatly depending on whether you use popsicle molds or you use 3 ounce paper cups. Have fun!!

    Recipe #31082

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    From Super Snacks For Kids but I have to say they are yummy enough for adults too!

    Recipe #31355

    Easy, tasty and kids of all ages love these treats

    Recipe #23979

    These popsicles are the invention of a very good freind of mine in Taber, Alberta. Cheryl often made them for my children, and love still love to go to her house and eat them up on hot summer days. They are a huge hit with the little kids and the BIG kids!

    Recipe #65699

    My children and their friends ask for my homemade popsicles morning, noon and night. I never turn them down; who am I to tell them that they are good for them! For variety I substitute different flavours of frozen juice - grape, fruit punch, tropical etc.

    Recipe #67664

    I found this recipe idea and thought Id share it with those looking for a great popsicle, and also with those who are looking for low weight watcher point snacks. one pop is only 1 point! Time does not include the time needed to freeze!

    Recipe #83707

    YUMMY! sounds like a good recipe for kids in the summer

    Recipe #97565

    This is a summertime treat I used to make for my girls when they were little. Cook time is freezing time.

    Recipe #69144

    Just Like The Real Thing

    Recipe #114496

    A friend of mine gave me this recipe but I haven't tried it yet. She said that she uses approximately 15 Kiwi fruit and chops it up (or uses an equal amount of strawberries, sometimes a combination of the two fruits too). You may have to adjust the amount of sugar depending on the tartness of the kiwi fruit.

    Recipe #96823

    You can use any flavors or colors you like. Because these popsicles are just basically frozen jello, they don't leave a big sticky mess everywhere as they melt, great for little kids! Use Cool Whip for white layers. Ingredients are per box of jello. "Cooking time" is time for prepping and freezing one layer.

    Recipe #123732

    My kids used to love these special homemade treats and they loved helping to make them. My grandkids love this now.

    Recipe #24849

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