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Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Summer is right around the corner and I thought I would share a recipe for a super yummy treat. I will be making these for my boys. The best thing about them is that they are healthy and your kids will never know the difference. That’s always a home run!

**This recipe will yield about 6 popsicles**

Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups of seedless watermelon, strawberries or any fresh fruit that you prefer (we are a watermelon family)
  • 3/4 cup of fat free greek yogurt
  • Your choice of sweetener (e.g. Agave, maple, honey regular sugar, Splenda) put as much in as you like

Directions

  • Puree your chosen fruit in a food processor or a blender (whichever you have or prefer)
  • Strain the fruit into a bowl and put the juice back in the blender
  • Mix the yogurt in with the juice and blend
  • Add your sweetener
  • Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds
  • FREEZE!

These will be super yummy on those oh-so-hot days. What’s your favorite summer treat? Leave me a comment and let me know or leave me a link to your favorite summer recipe.

Toodles!

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Palmolive (A Review)

 

 

 


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I became a member of Influenster a while back. This is the second thing that I have been sent from them. The first box had a TON of goodies in it. The best thing about the VoxBoxes? Everything in the box is always full size. They don’t send you measly trial sized products. You get the full deal. Influenster is AMAZING! I’ll be sure to do a post about them later.

In this box I was given two bottles of a brand new line of Palmolive dish soap that is coming out. At first I thought, “It’s just dish soap. It can’t be anything special.” Well, I was wrong. This soap was great.

The liquid looks almost like concentrated laundry detergent. It’s really thin and watery looking. The bottle reads that it is “ultra concentrated” which is probably why it looks so thin.

The bottle didn’t have instructions on it but due to the “ultra concentrated” words, I figured that you wouldn’t have to use as much. Bingo! I was right. Two tiny drops gave me a sink full of bubbles. The dishes were squeaky clean and my hands felt like I’d put on lotion. I like this stuff!

So, the pros for me are this:

  • clean dishes
  • soft hands
  • uses less soap

The big con for me is that it costs $3.00 at my local store. I have a dishwasher that I use also. So, I don’t always hand wash my dishes. Therefore, I usually buy something a little cheaper for when I do. I don’t know if I want to commit to $3.00 for dish soap that I won’t use all the time.

Either way, if you hand wash dishes all the time, this is great soap. I’m enjoying it while I have it. The fact that I don’t have to use as much to wash my dishes means that I won’t have to buy any for quite some time. Thanks, Influenster.

Have you tried out this dish soap, yet? What brand do you buy? Leave me a comment and let me know. I’m always up for new suggestions.

 

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Until later,

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