Do This: Make Cookie Cutter Ice Cubes!

Make These: Holiday cocktail ice cubes!

Sometimes I’ll have an idea in my head for something I want to try, and that idea will just never leave. It was last Christmas that I wondered to myself, “Can one make ice cubes in cookie cutters??” The previous holiday season got busy fast, so I never got around to testing that hypothesis out. This go round, as I dusted off my holiday cookie cutters, I decided it was time. I tested my theory. Continue Reading

Hey, Coffee Lovers! Try These Caramel Mocha Coffee Pops

Make these: Caramel Mocha Coffee Popsicles

Here's the situation: It's summer. It's scorchingly hot outside, the sun is beating down, the A/C seems to be broken, and you just can't stop sweating. On top of all this, you still haven't had your morning cup of coffee yet! What do you do?? Well, if I were you, I'd whip up some of these delicious mocha caramel coffee popsicles (say that five times fast) to prepare yourself for any worst case scenario!           I love coffee, but I also love frozen treats, so this recipe is a win-win in my culinary book.  Continue Reading

Make It: Super Easy Frozen Yogurt Pops

created at: 05/30/2012

Summer is coming! Cool down with a yogurt pop — this healthy frozen snack is a cinch to make. Here’s how.   

Karen from The Hazel Bloom came up with this idea: grab a small 4oz container of your favorite yogurt. Stab a popsicle stick or chopstick through the foil. Freeze. Pop it out and enjoy!

See more pretty photos and great food tips over on The Hazel Bloom.

20 Foods That Freeze Surprisingly Well…and 20 That Don’t.

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The fall harvest, prolific gardens, bulk discount stores, or weekend cooking frenzies. We often find ourselves with an abundance of deliciousness, but full bellies. So what to do with long-term leftovers and extra ingredients? As it turns out, your freezer is just as suited to hold fresh ingredients and homemade dishes as commercial pizza rolls and popsicles.

DIYLife lists twenty foods that freeze perfectly, and twenty that won’t fare so well…

And say goodbye to mold with this ultimate guide to preparing food for freezing. Continue Reading