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200 Best Ice Pop Recipes by Andrew Chase Cookbook Review

200 Best Ice Pop Recipes Cookbook
200 Best Ice Pop Recipes Cookbook

Kids and adults will love the range of recipes found inside 200 Best Ice Pop Recipes by Andrew Chase. The ice pop is all grown up–but still offers plenty of kid friendly options.

200 Best Ice Pop Recipes by Andrew Chase Cookbook Review

When was the last time you had an ice pop, a really good ice pop? Thanks to this detailed cookbook devoted to the subject, your answer could change.

From Fudge Ice Pops to Chocolate Pudding Ice Pops, all the kid favorites are here.

Imagine: you could have your own creative ice pops ready to go in your very own freezer and never have to buy a box of boring ice pops again.That’s a large part of why author Andrew Chase wrote this book. Childhood memories of eating ice pops with his siblings on summer afternoons could never be recreated–the adult palate just can’t handle the box of pops. He wanted a better option. Now, we get to enjoy the fruits of his labor.

Adult Ice Pop Recipes

This author did not leave out the adults. Using common ingredients and, yes, even alcohol, these sound pretty amazing and oh-so easy. You’ll find Margarita Ice Pops, Tequila Sunrise Ice Pops, Peach Daiquiri Ice Pops, and even Bloody Mary Ice Pops.

Rest assured, there are plenty of treats in this comprehensive ice pops cookbook that do not contain alcohol too. There’s Frozen S’mores Ice Pops, Cafe Mocha Ice Pops, Strawberry Milkshake Ice Pops, French Vanilla Ice Pops, and Blueberry Lemon Yogurt Swirl Ice Pops. There’s plenty more where that came from. Where will you begin?

If that doesn’t make you want to rush into the kitchen, and drag out the blender, and the sieve, then I don’t know what will. That’s about all it takes to create your own ice pops. Easy, right? I know, I was shocked too.

Ice Pops Recipe Book

Great Homemade Recipes

The best part about the whole thing ice pop thing, in my opinion, is that the author doesn’t recommend those fancy ice pop molds, but those good old biodegradable, inexpensive wooden sticks. I always appreciate it when I don’t have to run out, and buy anything special, for a simple snack.

So, don’t feel like making your own ice pops will be a costly project. Flipping through the ice pop recipes, I can tell you that there is something here to fit any budget–and taste. I know a few Indiana bookstores where you can try to find it.

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