NICE SWEET, FROZEN TREAT FOR THOS HOT SUMMER DAYS! THESE TASTE LIKE THOSE NON-RAW FRUIT POPS (BUT BETTER!)

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BLEND STRAWBERRIES AND AGAVE IN BLENDER. IF YOU HAVE SWEETER STRAWBERRIES, YOU WON’T NEED ANY AGAVE. POUR INTO THOSE ICE POP MOLDS (I BOUGHT MINE AT TARGET). i HATE THAT THE MOLDS ARE PLASTIC, BUT I DON’T SEE MANY OTHER OPTIONS OUT THERE. STRAWBERRIES WERE ON SALE, BUT I BET JUST ABOUT ANY FRUIT WOULD BE GOOD! CAN’T WAIT TO DO THIS WITH PEACHES!

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NICE SWEET, FROZEN TREAT FOR THOS HOT SUMMER DAYS! THESE TASTE LIKE THOSE NON-RAW FRUIT POPS (BUT BETTER!)

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I'm saving tall straight glass spice bottles as popsicle & fudgical molds. They already have a hole in the top for the wooden stick
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Thanks, Ardesmond :) I felt bad making such a great ice pop and putting it in that plastic form... so, Thanks to Mary Kay for her great idea too! I'm going to have to look in Target or Walmart next time to see what else i can use to form some ice pops! Thanks eveyone!

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I make popsicles for my kids in 1-cup (8 oz) straight-sided canning jars. You can buy plastic tops for these, which I drilled holes into, and into which I insert my wooden popsicle sticks. they're wider and shorter than a traditional popsicle, but if you make the hole "just right: and the popsicle stick is a little tight, you can have a drip catcher attached! HTH, Mary Kay

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These tasted excellent. LOL I have the same one's from Target that are plastic and from china "go figure".... These tasted excellent can't wait to try another fruit. I wonder if watermelon would work.

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Rachel - yeah, something wasn't working correctly when i was entering this... sorry :)
It was very easy and very delicious and refreshing!
Emmie - Thanks - i'll try with Peaches and Nectarines - and maybe some canteloupe too. Thanks!!

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Wow, that's a lot of caps, lol. Sounds delicious and easy.

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i love using peaches but I also tried bananas and that did not turn out

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