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Book Review: ‘200 Best Ice Pop Recipes’ by Andrew Chase

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Ice pops are one of my favorite treats and I was happy to test out some of the recipes in 200 Best Ice Pop Recipes by Andrew Chase. The creations in this cookbook were quite tasty and I think you’ll like them too.

In the food trends, it seems like everyone is rediscovering the fun appeal of ice pops, and it’s not a surprise as they are one of the easiest and most satisfying treats for adults and children alike. If you are trying to be healthier, these homemade ice pops have none of the artificial flavorings and colorings found in commercial products and many are actually full of healthy, wholesome ingredients, making them the perfect frozen delight.

You’ll find lots of tantalizing treats in Chase’s book including children’s favorites as well as adult ice pops — in the adult flavors; you’ll find Margarita Ice Pops, Tequila Sunrise Ice Pops, Peach Daiquiri Ice Pops, and even Bloody Mary Ice Pops. You’ll also see inspirations from around the world with entries from Asia, Mexico and the Caribbean.

The recipes are presented in a way that will help you learn how to make them and you’ll have lots of advice on ingredients, freezing instructions and one of my favorite tips, unmolding the ice pop creations.

The best part of all is when the author shares that you can make these at home in a wax-lined bathroom cups and inexpensive biodegradable wooden sticks – yay!

No matter what age you are, you’ll probably like this cookbook.

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