Ice Pop Joy

Ice Pop Joy

Organic, Healthy, Fresh, Delicious

Book - 2011
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You can indulge in tasty, sweet, and juicy ice pops without consuming refined sugar and fake sweeteners. These recipes for scrumptious frozen treats will be delicious any time of the year.
Publisher: South Portland, Me. : Sellers Pub., c2011.
ISBN: 9781416206255
Branch Call Number: 641.863 DAULTER
Characteristics: 144 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: DeFurio, Alexandra


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Jul 06, 2016

Aimed at parents who want to get their children to eat more fruits & veggies. Divided into sections: pure fruit pops, veggie pops (which still contain some fruit), yogurt pops (which use Greek yogurt so would be hard to switch to dairy alternative milk, since they tend to be runnier), tofu pops, herbal tea pops, chocolate pops (which are dairy based), and specialty pops (which includes things like granola and quinoa. Mostly uses agave for a sweetener. Recipes look easy.

Jul 26, 2013

There is a recipe in here that calls for boiling Kava. That's bad advice! Boiling kava destroys the kavalactones, which are the part that sooths the person taking the kava. Instead, put your kava tea bags or powder in some water and let it steep for one to three days in the fridge.


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nypl_kingsbridge May 08, 2012

nypl_kingsbridge thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under


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