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Thread: Video to Watch : How to Make Homemade Popsicles (3 Recipes ) Best Summer Recipe Treats

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    Thanks CraftyBear, looks like something the grandkids would love this summer! Grandparents too! Just wonder; to make the chocolate ones did she use instant pudding or the cook pudding mix?

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    going to watch the video again and to write down the recipes
    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham
    Thanks CraftyBear, looks like something the grandkids would love this summer! Grandparents too! Just wonder; to make the chocolate ones did she use instant pudding or the cook pudding mix?

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    I wrote them out for all to try:

    Home Made Popsicles:

    Strawberry:

    1 pkg. Strawberry Jello mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Strawberry yogurt
    2 c. fresh sliced strawberries. Whip well in blender, pour into molds.

    Orange Creamsicle:

    1 pkg. Jello Orange pudding mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Orange juice
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream.
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Fudgesicle:

    1 pkg. Chocolate pudding mix
    2 cups of milk
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Freeze for 2 - 2 hours. Each recipe makes 12 popsicles.

    Enjoy! :D

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    Nice video, but hated her music. Might want to turn your sound down.

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    Thanks for posting the recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham
    I wrote them out for all to try:

    Home Made Popsicles:

    Strawberry:

    1 pkg. Strawberry Jello mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Strawberry yogurt
    2 c. fresh sliced strawberries. Whip well in blender, pour into molds.

    Orange Creamsicle:

    1 pkg. Jello Orange pudding mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Orange juice
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream.
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Fudgesicle:

    1 pkg. Chocolate pudding mix
    2 cups of milk
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Freeze for 2 - 2 hours. Each recipe makes 12 popsicles.

    Enjoy! :D

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    Thanks

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    Thanks! These look yummy and so simple to make.

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    Sounds good

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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham
    I wrote them out for all to try:

    Home Made Popsicles:

    Strawberry:

    1 pkg. Strawberry Jello mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Strawberry yogurt
    2 c. fresh sliced strawberries. Whip well in blender, pour into molds.

    Orange Creamsicle:

    1 pkg. Jello Orange pudding mix
    1 c. boiling water
    1 c. Orange juice
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream.
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Fudgesicle:

    1 pkg. Chocolate pudding mix
    2 cups of milk
    4 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream
    Whip well in blender, pour into molds

    Freeze for 2 - 2 hours. Each recipe makes 12 popsicles.

    Enjoy! :D
    Thank you Nancy, I was going to do that then saw you had already typed them all up. Thanks to our wonderful friend Craftybear for finding these.

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    my grandkids will be here this week end so guess what we will be make

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    please let us know if they are yummy

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    Here are the recipes I was given when my son was growing up. They are super simple.

    POPSICLES
    1 pkg. unsweetened Kool-Aid*
    1 pkg. Jello (3oz size)*
    1/2 c sugar
    1 c boiling water
    2 c cold water
    Mix the first 3 ingredients in the boiling water. Mix til disolved and then add cold water. Pour into your molds and freeze.
    *Same flavor.

    FUDGESICLES
    3 c. milk
    2 T. sugar
    1 pkg Instant choc pudding mix (4oz size)
    Mix all in a bowl and beat/stir until well mixed. Pour into molds and freeze. (Add more sugar if you want a sweeter treat.)

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    thanks for your recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Linda - K.
    Here are the recipes I was given when my son was growing up. They are super simple.

    POPSICLES
    1 pkg. unsweetened Kool-Aid*
    1 pkg. Jello (3oz size)*
    1/2 c sugar
    1 c boiling water
    2 c cold water
    Mix the first 3 ingredients in the boiling water. Mix til disolved and then add cold water. Pour into your molds and freeze.
    *Same flavor.

    FUDGESICLES
    3 c. milk
    2 T. sugar
    1 pkg Instant choc pudding mix (4oz size)
    Mix all in a bowl and beat/stir until well mixed. Pour into molds and freeze. (Add more sugar if you want a sweeter treat.)

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    did the choc. popsicles and grandson enjoyed it cometo thing of it I did too

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