The book I've been reading the most over the last week is probably Ice Pop Joy, a birthday present from Paul, and oh, have we been enjoying this book!
We started out trying the Blackberry Swirl recipe, which was quite delicious, but I got no photos of those pops because the kids were so eager to eat them that they didn't wait until the popsicles were fully frozen thus requiring them to spoon the slushy pops from the mold.
The second recipe we tried was Peach Party, the fan favorite so far. I've even overheard the kids talking about them at random times, "remember the Peach Party, now those were some tasty popsicles!"
We also tried the Breakfast Pops, which were a 50/50 score. I subbed blueberries for the walnuts since my kids aren't crazy about nuts in their food.
I thought they were pretty good, and they definitely got eaten so I'm sure we'll make them again.
I think the second most popular pop we tried was the Peace Pop.
Laden with carrots and strawberries, these were quite delicious, and despite the kids opinions, I think I like them better than Peach Party.
Next on our list to try are the Citrus Cooler and the Classic Vanilla Tofu. Elizabeth is suspicious about the tofu, but since her favorite popsicle as a toddler was cocoa powder, tofu, almond milk and honey, I think she'll be fine.
We even discovered that our overflow ingredients could go into an ice cube tray with some toothpicks for snack-sized pops.
Liquid sunshine on a stick!