6 Reviews

These were so easy to make and the kids just loved them. They do need something to sweeten them a little. I may add a ripe banana or some applesauce next time. I made these for ZWT 07

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Queenofcamping May 26, 2007

We made these as posted. They definitely weren't sweet enough for our tastes. Tom wants to sub out the evaporated milk for sweetened condensed milk, but that takes all the "healthy" out of it, so I think we'll try some splenda next time. Thanks for a great idea!

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CandyTX August 24, 2006

Made these up with the kids using pineapple concentrate. We loved them!

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evelyn/athens July 14, 2006

Great healthy and easy snack! Good source of calcium and Vitamin C, too. I used OJ concentrate and didn't find them sweet enough so added about a tablespoon of honey. Used push up molds and got 6 popsicles. Flexible recipe that could be tailored to other fruits and juice concentrates. Thanks, sarahsmomi, for posting!

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LonghornMama July 21, 2005

Great idea!! They were so easy to mix up. I used a plastic popcicle mold that I picked up at Target and I added a little Splenda to sweeten it up a little more. Thanks for sharing!!

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Punky Julster June 05, 2005

This is one of my all time favorite, east summer recipes. So cool and refreshing. Really great with bigger chunks of strawberry or other fruit added in. I made using a Five Alive Concentrate that I had on hand and it came out delicious!

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BirdyBaker May 29, 2005
Frosty Strawberry Pops