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Sugar Rush: Seasonal Popsicles at Sweet Clementine's, Los Angeles, CA

Sweets Tracy Chabala Post a comment

Layne Eiler serves up fresh fruit juice pops with seasonal ingredients from her pop-up cart Sweet Clementine's at the Los Angeles Grand Central Market. You won't be able to resist her icey creations like Strawberry-Basil, Lemon-Buttermilk and Tangerine-Cardamom. More

From the Pastry Dungeon: Apricot Breakfast Popsicles

Sweets Anna Markow 1 comment

As the temperature outside soars, everyone is desperately trying to stay cool. But what about those of us in the kitchen? What's it like for us in the summer? As you can imagine, standing over six to twelve open burners, a flat top, a grill, and a fryer is a sweaty endeavor even in the cooler months. That's where refreshing frozen popsicles come in. More

Apricot Breakfast Popsicles

Serious Eats Anna Markow Post a comment

Popsicles for breakfast? When you're using ripe fruit and yogurt, why not? The classic flavor combination of apricots, cardamom and yogurt are sweetened naturally with honey and make for a lovely way to start your day. More

Cakespy: Rainbow Ice Cream Pops

Sweets cakespy 2 comments

It's simple fact: food is more fun when it provides a pretty visual. And what could be a more fun way to enjoy the official treat of summer—ice cream—than in the form of rainbow ice cream pops? More

Rainbow Ice Cream Pops

Serious Eats cakespy 1 comment

Simply stack your colors in popsicle molds (I used the Orkin mold) or even paper cups, insert a stick, and let them freeze. This recipe couldn't be easier, and the finished product is a pleasurable frozen treat with a visual twist which makes it that much more delightful to eat. More

Daily Scoop: Paletas and Raspados at Pachanga Patterson in Astoria

New York Max Falkowitz 1 comment

Creative takes on icy Mexican treats are the order of the day at Pachanga Patterson in Astoria, Queens. A passion fruit, strawberry, and coconut milk paleta is a summer standout, and the mango chili respado breathes new life into the flavor combination. More

Weekend Baking Project: White Sangria Paletas

Sweets Carrie Vasios Mullins Post a comment

These fruit-filled sangria popsicles are sweet yet refreshing, with just enough alcohol to take the edge off the heat. More

Sugar Rush: The Rainbow Paleta from La Newyorkina

New York Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

It's difficult (if not impossible!) to pick only one paleta flavor at La Newyorkina...but now...problem solved! Meet the Rainbow Paleta ($4.50 at the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck), where not one but four flavors comes layered into a single popsicle. More

Bake the Book: Blueberry Moonshine Pops

Sweets Caroline Russock 4 comments

Pairing sweet blueberries with punchy moonshine and a hit of lemon juice is a genius move, making these Blueberry Moonshine Pops one hell of a summer afternoon treat. The popsicle masterminds behind Brooklyn's People's Pops advise that these pops are best enjoyed on a hazy back porch in North Carolina with a bluegrass sound track but they also don't discount that they still taste pretty great in a steamy little apartment. More

Blueberry Moonshine Pops

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 6 comments

Pairing sweet blueberries with punchy moonshine and a hit of lemon juice is a genius move, making these Blueberry Moonshine Pops one hell of a summer afternoon treat. More

Bake the Book: Rhubarb & Jasmine Pops

Sweets Caroline Russock 1 comment

Matching up tart rhubarb with delicate, floral jasmine tea makes for a transcendent popsicle experience. More

Rhubarb & Jasmine Pops

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

Matching up tart rhubarb with delicate, floral jasmine tea makes for a transcendent popsicle experience. More

Bake the Book: Watermelon & Parsley Pops

Sweets Caroline Russock Post a comment

Watermelon is one of those great summer fruits that works perfectly in both sweet and savory dishes. And it's this versatility that makes these Watermelon & Parsley Pops from People's Pops such a great combination of summery flavors. More

Watermelon & Parsley Pops

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

Watermelon is one of those great summer fruits that works perfectly in both sweet and savory dishes. Tossed with some mint and feta, it makes a bang up salad; it's also great sprinkled with a bit of salt or chile for a hot 'n sweet snack. And it's this versatility that makes these Watermelon & Parsley Pops from People's Pops such a great combination of summery flavors. More

Bake the Book: Cantaloupe & Campari Pops

Sweets Caroline Russock Post a comment

Pairing Campari, a bittersweet Italian apéritif, with sugary cantaloupe makes for popsicles with a very grown up flavor profile. More

Cantaloupe & Campari Pops

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

Pairing Campari, a bittersweet Italian apéritif, with sugary cantaloupe makes for popsicles with a very grown up flavor profile. More

Bake the Book: 'People's Pops'

Sweets Caroline Russock 191 comments

While ice cream is an all year round thing (for us, at least), popsicles are a cool and sweet summertime only treat. And with that in mind we present this week's Bake the Book title, People's Pops, a collection of seasonal popsicle recipes from the namesake Brooklyn pop shop. More

New Spring Flavors from Popbar

New York Lauren Rothman 1 comment

The offerings from the West Village's Popbar combine the best qualities of gelato—its dense creaminess and purity of flavor—with the self-contained convenience of a popsicle. Sorbet pops, also available, hew closer to the standard fruit ice flavor normally associated with frozen treats. Pops range from $3.99 to $4.99 in price, and a variety of "poppings," such as granola and chopped pistachios, are available, as are white, milk, and dark chocolate dips. We tried Popbar's two new spring flavors: peanut butter gelato and kiwi sorbet. More

Scooped: Mango-Clove Popsicles

Sweets Ethan Frisch 1 comment

Mango, for me, is a quintessential summer flavor. Tart, sticky, and sweet, it is the fruity embodiment of the warmth and brightness of summer. Cloves, on the other hand, are darker, spicier, and deeply autumnal. The two together? Perfect for a warm summer evening in early March. More

Mango-Clove Popsicles

Serious Eats Ethan Frisch Post a comment

Mango, for me, is a quintessential summer flavor. Tart, sticky, and sweet, it is the fruity embodiment of the warmth and brightness of summer. Cloves, on the other hand, are darker, spicier, and deeply autumnal. The two together? Perfect for a warm summer evening in early March. More

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