Red, White and Blue Ice Cube Pops

June 27, 2013
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Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
The 4th of July is the perfect day to spend enjoying a nice cool treat.  It’s generally fairly hot, and it’s a great way to cool down.  I recently saw the idea of making a Popsicle in an ice cube tray.  While I’ve seen something like this before, I hadn’t really thought about making a mixed Popsicle before.  I love the idea because they are smaller than a regular Popsicle, but you can still get a huge flavor from them.
Alright, here is what you’ll need to make some Patriotic Ice Cube Pops:
-Ice Cube Tray
-Blue food coloring
-Vanilla Yogurt (You could try blueberry too)
-Small box Vanilla or Cheesecake Instant Pudding 
– 1 1/2 cups Strawberries cut – then pureed.
-2 or 3 TBSP surgar
Start by cutting up your strawberries.  Once they’re cut, add your sugar. Then you can either throw them in a blender, food processor, hand blender, whatever you’ve got.  You can leave cancer them with some chunks, but you’ll want them pretty pureed. 
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
Next, mix up your pudding according to package directions.
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
Put a couple drops of blue food coloring into your vanilla yogurt, and mix it in.  If you do blueberry, it’ll probably be more of a purple color.
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
Next, just take a spoon, and layer the pops however you’d like to.  I tried to mix it up so there could be a variety of Patriotic looks to them.  I found that I could put any of the layers in any order, and they all did great.
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
Stick toothpicks in them once you’ve got them all filled up, and put them in the freezer.  Let them set up for about 2-3 hours.  It may not take that long, I just wanted to be on the safe side.
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
Once they’re frozen, just run the bottom of the tray under warm water for a second, and twist the tray a bit, and they should pop right out.
Super easy for even the littlest family members to enjoy, without getting TOO messy.  🙂
Red, White & Blue Ice Cube Pops
What is your families favorite 4th of July tradition?
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