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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Cheap Cool Treats For Hot Summer Days Repost

With the price of frozen Treats around $4.00 a box.
I think you might want to print out these recipes, They will cost less, they
taste great, and the Kids will even have a great time helping you make them.

Fruit Bars
Stick to one or two kinds of fruit keep them simple and yummy!
Blend 2 cups cut-up summer fruit (strawberries, peaches, watermelon, etc.) in a blender until smooth.
Add 1-2 tablespoons water (or juice), if necessary. Add 1 tablespoon sugar and 1 teaspoon lemon juice. Cover and blend until well mixed.
Pour into molds and freeze until solid.
Pudding pops Grab a pack of those individual puddings that you can stick in a kid’s lunchbox. Carefully slice an opening in the foil lid of the pudding, and insert a wooden popsicle stick (sold at grocers and craft stores.) Freeze and eat! For under a buck for a pack of 4, that’s cheap !

Frozen yogurt bars – These really are as simple A good organic like Yo Baby could be served in the original single-serve container, much like the pudding pops idea (just pop a stick in and freeze

Popsicles – Freezing your kid’s favorite juice into a mold is the easiest way yet to cool off with a treat. I love to sneak in a veggie serving or two by using a juice that contains carrots juice, and it’ll count as a fruit serving, too!

Frozen bananas - I love these! Dip a whole, peeled banana (or half them for smaller kids) into a melted chocolate dip. Roll in crushed or chopped nuts and insert a stick. Place on waxed paper. Freeze and eat! You will want to eat these right away. If you make to many and you won't be using them right away, take the frozen bananas and place them in a freezer bag. Should be good for about a week.

If you have an idea I've missed please click on comments and share.

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