Top Rated Icing Recipes

The essential cold summer soup from Spain, gazpacho is made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, and country bread soaked in olive oil.
This recipe was inspired by one of America's favorite recipes, because believe it or not, there is a right and a wrong way to make ice cubes. 
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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Pops
If you can’t bear the thought of turning the oven on during the summer, try these creamy, frozen cheesecake pops instead. I’ve made them with strawberry purée but you could easily substitute another berry if you’d like — raspberries and blueberries would be delicious, too.
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The coolest thing since sliced bread: ice cream on toast? You bet. Crispy-warm and frosty-sweet all at once, these real-deal ice cream sandwiches will rock your family’s summer.
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Spiced Island Iced Tea
In need of a strong spring drink for a booze-loving crowd? This cocktail is as refreshing as it is strong.
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defense up
For a fun way to fight a cold that’s also easy on a sore throat, you can enjoy 310 percent DV Vitamin C (per bottle) thanks to Vitamin C powerhouse ingredients including oranges and acerola (a type of cherry).
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Green Juice Ice Pops
Sneak some greens into your day with these simple three-step, three-ingredient ice pops made using cold-pressed Evolution Fresh Sweet Greens and Lemon, an avocado, and banana. Just blend, pour, freeze, and enjoy.
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Applesauce Ice Pops
Nothing says summer like ice pops. Flavors are limitless. If it can be frozen, it be an ice pop! Applesauce ice pops are good snacks for both children and adults. Pureéd applesauces work best and can be thinned out with water making for a consistency more suitable for freezing. Children love this snack because it puts the familiar, applesauce, on a stick! Adults will love this, too, particularly with the addition of chopped herbs like mint or rosamary for a grown-up spin on a childhood favorite. 
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If its bright blue and red colors don't grab your attention, the Ice Berg’s flavorful and rich taste is bound to do the trick. It was crafted by Esperanza, an Auberge Resort in Cabo San Lucas, as part of its "Americanisimo" Fourth of July package. The orange and peach flavors make this drink perfectly summery, and the bitter blue curacao cuts that sweetness to make it the perfect, refreshing cocktail to sip on all Fourth of July.
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Samoas Ice Cream Cake
Make someone very happy on his or her birthday by using leftover Samoas cookies for a delicious Girl Scout-inspired ice cream cake. Caramel ice cream is topped with toasted coconut, chocolate and caramel drizzles, and crushed Samoas cookies.
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These tasty pops are perfect for an afterschool snack!
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Ice Cream Cake
This easy ice cream cake is loaded with chocolate and of course, ice cream. It uses store-bought cake mix and ice cream for a simple preparation that is easy enough to make when you need a quick cake or dessert. Once you have the basic technique down, you can always swap out different flavors, like vanilla cake mix and strawberry ice cream.
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The royalty in this recipe comes from how healthy it is. Made with Blueberry Juice, they're a treat for your kids and good for them, too. 
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