Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Arnold Palmer Fruit Pops


Popsicles are a great way to cool off.  I enjoyed them as a kid and I enjoy them as an adult.  They are very quick and easy to make.  You can use your favorite juice, beverage, ice cream, pudding, yogurt, etc.  to make your own customized frozen treat.

I made some Popsicles with berries I had on hand and some Arnold Palmer.  Instead of using black tea bags, I used white tea bags for my Arnold Palmer.

I tossed some fresh fruit into  Popsicle molds and poured in some Arnold Palmer.  Put the tops on the molds and froze  them until solid.  Remove the pops from the molds and serve.

You are ready to enjoy a nice refreshing treat that is welcomed on a hot summer day:)

Arnold Palmer Fruit Pops
Ingredients:
1 pound fresh or frozen fruit of your choice
2 cups Arnold Palmer made with white tea bags. You can find the recipe here.
10 Popsicle molds

Directions:
1. Cut the fruit in half if it is too large.  I left my berries whole.
2. Divide the fruit among the Popsicle molds and add the Arnold Palmer.  Place the top on the plastic molds and place in the freezer.
3. Freeze until solid or overnight.   REmove from molds and serve.

Makes 10 Popsicles





6 comments:

  1. I love Arnold Palmers so I am sure I would love these! Great recipe :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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  2. Woo hoo! I like Arnold Palmer, the man and his tea, so this would be a great treat on a warm day, if it ever gets warm here!!

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  3. I love these ice pops!
    We love to eat in all seasons!
    Of course more in summer!

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  4. I love these ice pops!
    We love to eat in all seasons!
    Of course more in summer!

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  5. Dear Geraldine, we are headed into our second heat wave around here and I think these treats would be just perfect for cooling off. Love the addition of the fresh fruit - the Arnold Palmer, on the other hand, I did not know but looked up (your link).
    Have a lovely week,
    Andrea

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