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Blueberry Yogurt Parfait Pops
As in home decor and fashion, there are also trends in food. Right now, things with kale, donuts, or cold-brewed coffee seem to be everywhere. (Hmm, maybe I should make a cold-brewed coffee kale donut. No, never mind, that would be terrible.) Another food I'm seeing a lot lately is popsicles.
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Creamsicle Milkshake Shots
These milkshake shots are creamy, fruity, and boozy-win, win, win. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 2 oz. rum 1/4 c. heavy cream 3 scoops vanilla ice cream 1/2 c. fruit (strawberries, blackberries, and peaches), plus more for garnish Add rum, heavy cream, ice cream, and fruit to a blender and blend until smooth.
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Blueberry Cabernet Cheesecake Popsicles
Rich, creamy, and fruity, these decadent wine-laden popsicles have everything you love in a traditional cheesecake - and more. Courtesy of Bakers Royale Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 1 pt. blueberries ½ c. cabernet ¼ c. simple syrup (recipe follows) ¼ c. heavy cream ¼ c. cream cheese 4 tbsp.
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Wine Slushes
These sweet, ruby-red slushes contain a pinch of matcha powder; its earthiness balances the rich red wine and sugar that dominate the dessert. Courtesy of Celebration Generation Blend sugar, citric acid, and matcha powder into a food processor for 1-2 minutes. Pour mix into large bowl. Add wine and water.
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Mango Mojito Popsicles
Sweet, juicy mango and fragrant mint are an unbeatably refreshing combo - especially when spiked with a shot of rum. Courtesy of Tasty Trials Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Blend mangoes, rum, lime juice, and sugar until smooth. Add mint and water. Pulse until water is just blended into mixture and you can still see flecks of mint.
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Any Pie Milkshake - Completely Delicious
I have so many things to be thankful for this year. My amazing husband and darling baby boy, and our new little family that I love more than anything. Our cozy little house in my favorite little big city. All of my friends, both old and new.
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Wild Rose Petal Sangria | Feasting At Home
As I write this, I am looking out into the big blue sea, sparkling and endless. The sweet and spicy aromas of wild roses waft through the air, whispering to the bees, come, pollinate me, and they do. The earth is buzzing and alive and I've been feeling so intensely, its touch upon me these past few days, here in sunny Seattle.
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Double Berry Frozen Yogurt Cupcakes - The Gunny Sack
This Double Berry Frozen Yogurt Cupcakes recipe is a yogurt parfait for breakfast or snack with a no bake granola bar, yogurt, berries and whipped cream. Summer is the best time of the year for adventures! We made a list of the places we want to visit this summer.
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Blackberry Pie Bar Milkshakes
Ice cream was one of the first non-baby food items I ever ate. I know this only because there are tons of pictures of baby Adrianna with ice cream all over my face. I must've been 3 months old? Is that even ok?
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Vegan Mocha Milkshake | Minimalist Baker Recipes
Remember that coconut ice cream we made? Yeah, you're gonna need that. It's coffee chocolate milkshake time ( as promised). This mocha milkshake is inspired by one of my favorite childhood desserts - Arby's Jamocha milkshake. I know - shame, shame. But I was a bit of a junk food addict growing up - true story.
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