This recipe is divine. The lavender and honey brighten the strawberry’s more tart notes and just makes a lush, simple and scrumptious dessert.
These pops are super refreshing. The basil simple syrup makes them bright but the celery and salt tones down the fact that they are much sweeter than my usual recipe. I think you will be surprised.
This particular recipe is a twist on the first recipe I ever tried out. My first try was this sour cream popsicle with bourbon soaked cherries. And yes, it was as delicious as it sounds. I took them to Dolores Park with some friends on a sunny Sunday afternoon and they were quickly devoured.
There’s a certain elegance that lavender brings to almost any dish. I displayed this before with my Honey-Lavender Stuffed Strawberries and and had been wanting to rework that combo for a while. Well, I did. Check out these amazing popsicles!
This vegan ice cream is perfect. It only uses 3 ingredients and takes but 5 minutes to make (boom!). That means more explosions and less cooking. Not a bad deal for homemade ice cream, right?
Do you like to cheat? Admit it. Sometimes you do. This butternut squash ice cream feels naughty–but in a good way!
I remember summertime as a kid, when my day was immediately disrupted by that oh-so-familiar Ice Cream Truck jingle. No matter what I was doing, I made a B-line for that truck. Of course, then I had to run back and beg my mom for money. That said, getting a popsicle was some how magical. And til this day I still think so.
The plums are super tasty but because they are foraged, there was a bit of inconsistency in the flavor. To sorta bring them all to the same place, I slow roasted them. I rounded them out with some Pinot Noir. Besides, who doesn’t love wine?
Okay, I love making popsicles, no surprise there. I’ve been wanting to make a wine popsicle for quite some time. But I wanted one that really showcased the wine. I love using wine as an ingredient but not just to dump it into some sangria with no consideration to the tasting notes. Well I finally found my wine.
Celebrate Halloween or fall any time of year with this ice cream that tastes just like candy corn! No actual candy corn requried.
Whether you are celebrating Gay Pride from your rooftop or at a neighborhood BBQ, it’s gonna be warm out. So here’s a rainbow of ways to cool off. Besides, it’s Gay Pride…you gotta suck on something!
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
It’s a lot like a creamsicle but with goat milk. Honey and thyme are used to round out the earthier notes found in the goat cheese but trust me, you’ll never notice. Plus, this thing is bursting with bourbon so who cares, right?
So many fresh summer peaches and so little time! I cannot stop eating peaches this summer, and recipes like this are the reason why. Trust me, if you have never had Grilled Peaches with Homemade Ice Cream and Balsamic Vinegar, you are missing out!
Celebrate fresh rhubarb with these spicy and tart popsicles, made with cinnamon, chiles and clove. This recipe is what Summer is about.
One of my favorites is fresh mango and the way it is prepared at food trucks throughout Mexico. It is so good that it’s hard to believe it is so simple. Fresh mango, cut into strips, is then spritzed with fresh lime juice and dusted with salt and chili powder. How good does that sound?