Tuesday, May 29, 2012


I hope everyone enjoyed the weekend! Summer arrived here for our holiday weekend, so I floated on the lake with my tube and ate ice pops. Seriously, it was a lazy weekend, and I'll take that when I can get it!

Taste of Home magazine (June/July 2012 issue) arrived just as we were leaving for the holiday weekend, and the Berry White Ice Pops on page 40 caught my eye. There are only four ingredients - whole milk, honey, vanilla extract and frozen berries. I already had the ice pop molds, so it was a fun, easy, patriotic treat. If you like milk, you will enjoy these. Not too sweet, and no big sugar rush :-)

In case you didn't receive the magazine, here is the recipe as listed in TOH magazine. 

Whisk together 1 3/4 cups whole milk, 1 Tbsp. honey and 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract. Evenly divide one 12 ounce package thawed and drain frozen mixed berries into 10 ice pop molds (or small paper cups). Pour milk mixture over berries. Top molds with holders or insert wooden sticks into cups. Freeze for 4-6 hours or until solid. 

I am joining The Bunny Hop with Bunny Jean who is our wonderful hostess each week.

Thank you for stopping by!


  1. Debbie, it sounds like you had a relaxing Memorial Day weekend. These ice pops sound refreshing and I love the short list of ingredients. Thanks for sharing and they look so pretty.

  2. Wow! Perfect for sharing with the grands!

  3. They look berry good!
    Glad you had a good weekend. We were at the beach and on the boat. Nice breeze at the beach, so lovely!

  4. Thanks for the recipe. These look like a perfect summer snack.

  5. Hi Debbie!

    First of all I love that big green mun on you r blog header! I think I spy a MC background too.

    I also like your collage of the ice pops and the flag. Those ice pops are so pretty, and in a very patriotic way. I will have to remember those for the 4th of July.

    Thanks for sharing at my party this week!

    xoxo Bunny Jean

  6. Berry pretty, Debbie! Sounds like an great weekend.

  7. What a very fun treat!! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment on my blog.

    Jocelyn @

  8. Funny, I did pops too :) These are so cute Debbie and perfect for a patriotic holiday! We had a lazy weekend too - it was HOT but that sure changed quickly today.

  9. Now THIS is something I can try since there aren't a ton of ingredients involved!!! I bought bomb pops for the grandkids for this weekend, but I might have to save those back and give these a whirl. They need the calcium with their brittle little bones! :-)

  10. Those look really good and so perfect for summer. Makes me wish I had bought those popscicle molds I ws looking at when I was at the store this week. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  11. Oh wow! this is a wonderful summer treat! And so colorful as well:)love how short and sweet the recipe is. Definitely pinning this. Thanks for sharing and for your sweet comment on my succulent peat pots. Happy weekend!~Poppy

  12. Debbie~ How did I miss this delicious post?! I wonder if they'd be good using almond milk? Love these, I'm pinning :)


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