Popsicle #30 Greener More Herbaceous Pineapple Cilantro
(blend one can of pineapple with about ½ cup of cilantro with a tad of maple syrup)
I’ve made these ones before but I used my immersion blender. This time I use my housemate’s blender. Way more intense flavor and they are incredibly green. These are so easy to make that my housemate Lindsay told me that even a monkey could make then. Maybe I shouldn’t share my secret recipes anymore….
The view of the freezer
Popsicle #29 Chocolate Coconut
(make this recipe and mix in coconut flakes and freeze)
Creamy and great consistency. Although you need to check your teeth for stray coconut flakes but that is what friends are for, right? Vegan and good for my lactose intolerance friends, like Alison who got some of these for her 30th birthday party.
Our messy birthday girl helping clean up
Popsicle # 29 Banana Pudding
(Make this recipe and add more cookies and banana pieces)
As a popsicle maker who spends a good deal of her life in front of a computer, my google search history involves a lot of popsicle recipes. I found this one awhile ago and finally made it. Delicious. Growing up in a crunchy hippie family, we did not eat banana pudding or nilla wafers and the banana pudding I’ve managed to have at friends’ houses always tasted like fake banana. This recipe is a good because it is simple and you can taste the banana without the artificial fakeness. The cookies get soggy, similar to the pudding. I wished they stayed crunchier. Maybe I could add the cookies after the milk starts to freeze a bit. I still have a half of box of cookies left, which means I need to make more popsicles! Lots of folks got to try these including the housemates, Katie, Lindsay #2, Jane, Charlie and a Quaker committee meeting.
Charlie and his pop
- After work snack.
Rainy Sunday afternoon eating pops.