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
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.
Kids of all ages (and even kids at heart – I’m lookin’ at you!) will get a kick out of this colorful DIY memory game!
Summer may be winding down, but the party (and popsicles) can go year-round with this cute twist on the classic memory matching game. Amy Moss, the talented designer and blogger behind the popular blog Eat Drink Chic, kindly created this tutorial and FREE download for our amusment. Thanks, Amy!
For this craft project, you will need:
- Smooth white letter-sized cardstock (x2)
- Popsicle sticks (x12)
- Craft / Xacto knife
- Cutting board
- Double-sided tape
- Color printer
Once you’ve gathered your supplies, head on over to Eat Drink Chic for the full tutorial, game instructions, and free popsicle printables!
Here at Curbly, we love a good magnet, especially if we can make a bunch and make ’em ourselves. What could possibly be better than that? Super colorful magnets made from recycled materials that allow for spontaneous creativity and fun in the kitchen! Sold? Read on!
Brooke Fish, the blogger and crafty designer behind Pure and Noble, came up with this clever solution to use up old popsicle sticks and those ubiquitous, local business refrigerator magnets that arrive in every mailer or are attached to every phone book in the world. Continue Reading