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"Summer Social" Guest Project — Make Handmade Berrylicious Popsicles!!

Hey TT&J readers!!! I’m Cheryl, aka TidyMom! When I am not baking, crafting or running around with my camera you can find me over in my little corner of the universe at TidyMom.net
Like all of you I’m a HUGE fan of Jen’s and SO impressed with how much that girl can do!! I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Jen a few times, and let me tell you, she’s every bit as sweet, if not more, in person as she is on her blog.
I share a lot of stuff on my blog, everything from my favorite recipes to my favorite household tips. I like to share photography tips and blogging tips, crafting , being thrifty and makeovers and a little bit of everything in between. I host a weekly link up party on Fridays where you can share your great ideas, project or anything you are loving, called I’m Lovin’ It.

I thought since Jen was having a summer soiree, and I loooove to bring food to a party…….what’s a summer time party with out popsicles?!
These berrylicous popsicles are so easy, even the kids can join in on the fun!

What you will need:



Berry Blue Popsicles
Ingredients
  • 6 tablespoons berry blue gelatin
  • 1 cup sugar, divided
  • 2 cups boiling water, divided
  • 2 cups cold water, divided
  • 6 tablespoons strawberry gelatin
  • 18 Popsicle molds or paper cups (3 ounces each) and Popsicle sticks
Directions
  1. In a small bowl, dissolve berry blue gelatin powder and 1/2 cup sugar in 1 cup boiling water. Stir in 1 cup cold water.
  2. In another bowl, dissolve strawberry gelatin powder and remaining (1/2 cup) sugar in remaining (1 cup)boiling water. Stir in remaining (1 cup) cold water.
  3. In a small bowl, combine half of the berry blue gelatin mixture and half of the strawberry gelatin mixture. (so you now have 3 bowls of gelatin)
  4. Place all 3 bowls in freezer for about 2 hours or until slushy.
  5. In a large bowl, lightly swirl the three colors as desired.
  6. Fill each mold or cup with 1/4 cup gelatin mixture; top with holders or insert sticks into cups. Freeze.

Yields: about 10-18 pops depending on the size.
Enjoy!!

Big thanks to Jen and all of you for letting me stop by today!! Enjoy what’s left of your summer! We started school this week already!

Cheryl – those look delicious!!
Thank you for sharing them with us! I’m going to make those tomorrow with my kids – they’ll think I’m supermom :)

Not only are Cheryl’s recipes beautiful, but they are family-friendly and yummy! Like this Italian Grilled Pizza!

Or this Pina Colada Sorbet – delicious!

And not only can Cheryl cook, but she also makes some fabulous DIY projects!! Like this T-Shirt Scarf – one of my favorites!!

And this DIY Burlap Covered Bulletin Board – fabulous!!

I love following along with Cheryl at TidyMom to get great recipes ideas and so will you!!

xoxoxo

PS – will you be attending SNAP? It’s a fabulous conference in Salt Lake April 19-21,2012. I am thrilled to be helping with the conference and we would love to have YOU attend!! Plus, if you would like to speak at the conference, we are accepting applications for speakers.

Comments

  1. Love Cheryl and LOVE these popsicles!

  2. Katrina {In Katrina's Kitchen} says:

    Cheryl is who I want to be when I grow up. ;)

  3. bridget {bake at 350} says:

    I would never have thought of using Jello for popsicles! How smart!

    Love seeing two of my favorite bloggers in one place!!!

  4. Cheryl pretty much rocks my world. As a matter a fact, I think the world id a better place because of Cheryl! Not only does she make things and food beautiful… she is just a fab person! Thanks so much for showcasing her here!

  5. The Vanilla Bean Baker says:

    Love this recipe, Chery's blog and that photo of her!

  6. Molly Smith says:

    TidyMom blog is on the top of my list to follow. I am never disappointed. I love this recipe, but especially using the cupcake papers on the stick. Where have I been, I've never seem them used this way?!?

    ~Molly

  7. Yummmmm! I love this idea! They look like little frozen snow cones! I posted How to Make Flower Hairclips on my site today, and would love for you to check them out and let me know what you think! Tatertots and Jello is the first blog that I check out every morning, and I gain tons of inspiration! Thanks so much!

    Jessica K
    http://mom4realky.blogspot.com

  8. HannahBee says:

    Oooh, yummy!

  9. Sounds great, and looks even better. What a great summer treat!

  10. Anthony from CharismaticKid says:

    Wow that PINA COLADA sorbet looks ridiculous. Any alcohol I wonder? Yummmmmm.

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