Homemade Fresh Fruit Popsicles

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Homemade Peach Popsicles
We have already experienced a scorching hot summer in much of Michigan. During summer, the typical Michigander has the air conditioner cranked, the cover off their pool and their fridge filled with cool salads so they don’t heat up the kitchen while cooking.
You are also likely to see ice cream or sugary popsicles in their freezers as a cool way to grab a sweet treat. So how do you provide a tasty way to cool down while giving your family something that is healthier than the usual flavored, frozen sugar-water on a stick version of popsicles?
We’re glad you asked. Here are a few suggestions for putting a little nutrition back into this venerable frozen treat.
What popsicle recipes help keep you cool during a hot summer?
Photo credit: Jenifoto
Editor’s note: This post is from the A Healthier Michigan archives and was originally published in 2013.

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