Beat the summer heat with this sophisticated take on the popular Italian apéritif. Created by chef Will Foden of Boston's BiNA Osteria, the icy refresher features rhubarb Aperol broth and a sweet Prosecco simple syrup.
If you don't have popsicle molds, you can use a small paper cup and a popsicle stick. After it's frozen, simply peel away the cup for a perfectly formed popsicle.
For added cherry flavor, swap out the plain yogurt and use Newman’s Own Black Cherry yogurt instead.
Recipe courtesy of Katie Lee from Recipes for Everyday Occasions: The Comfort Table
This recipe is the perfect way to enjoy the well-liked dessert without the mess of marshmallows stuck to your fingers. They're great to serve as dessert at dinner parties as well.
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Take a classic strawberry-banana smoothie and transform it into a frozen treat. Not only is it full of healthy ingredients like low-fat yogurt and fruit, but the taste is cool and refreshing on a hot summer day.
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There is something very satisfying about a recipe that uses only two ingredients. And when one of those ingredients is chocolate, you're sure to have a crowd-pleaser on your hands.
Frozen bananas have a great texture and they are an excellent substitute for overprocessed, store-bought popsicles. These do require a bit of forward planning because it's best to use silicone molds, but if you don't want to take it that far, you can always take out a step and just dip halved bananas. The key to this recipe is fun: Melted chocolate is fun, mashing bananas is fun, and eating such a delectable treat on a stick is certainly fun. It doesn't hurt that it's delicious, too.
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