Cosmo Bite: DIY 3 Different Popsicles

To keep you cool this summer *insert emoji with glasses*
Cosmo Bite: DIY 3 Different Popsicles
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Ines LadhaBy Ines Ladha -

Mkay, we hear ya. It's sweltering hot and ice-cream is very very mainstream. Dw, welcome to the world of popsicles. These easy to make pops are super refreshing and you can play around to make some rly cool ones. Plus point? They are aesthetic as heck, so make for some gorge flat-lays. 

1) Yogurt Popsicles

1) In order to make this begin by taking some yogurt (Greek tends to be creamier and healthy).

2) Add some syrup of your choice (as much as you want) or add some fruit puree to give it some taste.

3) In the molds add pieces of cut fruit or pieces of fruit in shapes.

4) Transfer your flavoured yogurt into the molds on top of the shaped fruit.

5) Put in the freezer for four hours minimum and enjoy!

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... YOGUHRT POPS | Want a healthy dessert for you or your kids? Try these fruity yoghurt delights by @realfoodbydad and devour guilt free! We’ve swapped the Greek yoghurt for coconut cream with success making these suitable even on a fully plantbased program. Go #veganmum. . Tag a #mummy #bestie who you’d love to share these with! We choose @kasandramarshall . #popsicles #popcicles #yogurtpops #yogurtpopsicle #yoghurtpopsicle #coconutpopsicle #yoghurt #cocoyo #plantbasedlife #plantbasediet #plantbased #dairyfree #nodairy #dairydetox #detoxfromdairy #detoxfromsugar #detoxdessert #plantbasedmum #mumsofbrisbane #momsofbrisbane #brisbanemums #aussiemums #brisbanemumsandbubs #aussiemumlife #aussuemum

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2) Milk Popsicles

1) Begin by taking the milk of your choice (cow, almond, coconut, soy) (four cups) and pouring some into a bowl.

2) Add a little bit of honey (3 tbsp) into the milk and mix well.

3) Pour the mixture into your mold and add some fresh fruit inside. When mixing slightly mash the fruit in order to spread the juice.

4) Freeze for a minimum of four hours and enjoy!

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Homemade popsicles. Something I remember, oh so fondly from my childhood. In years past, they usually involved Kool-Aid or Hawaiian Punch and all though they were completely delicious and made awesome summer mustaches, they probably weren’t the best for growing human brains. Introducing my kiddos to an awesome low carb, all natural, healthy pop recipe this summer involving vanilla almond milk, blueberries and honey. They could have three a day and I wouldn’t bat and eye. Just mix four cups of almond milk with three tbsps of locally harvested honey, 1/2 tsp cinnamon and a half a cup of fresh blueberries. Kind of mash the blueberries with a spoon as you mix and pour into 6 popsicle molds. #dunzo #soyummy

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3) Juice Popsicles

1) Pick a juice of your choice, it can either be freshly squeezed (which is better) or store bought.

2) Pour the juice into the molds. (Fruit pieces can be added if wanted)

3) Freeze for a minimum of four hours and then they're ready to eat.

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