Easy Peasy recipe #4

· Food, Illustration


Fruits & Yogurt popsicles

You’re not learning anything new if I tell you that the last couple days gave us some almost unbearable temperatures to deal with: we had to use all kinds of trickery and ploys to find a way to stay cool: movies, sprayers, wet tshirts, head in the fridge …

On my part, I chose to experiment with homemade popsicles, and to make to to this blog section, they’re super easy to make.

FYI, the first mango recipe was inspired by the Marie Laforêt’s “Vegan” book: I’m neither vegan nor vegetarian, but the book has lots of yummy recipes with which it’s easy to reduce daily meat consumption, which isn’t a bad thing for both the environment and our health.

Popsicle molds Doiy (Jungle and Farm (40% off))

The amounts on the drawing make for about 6 popsicles in each flavor. It all depends on the molds you use : I found super cute animal shaped ones, but regular ones that you’d find at Hema or Ikea would be fine too.

For those of you who enjoy alternative solutions (or who don’t feel like investing in the molds), you can recycle old paper yogurt cups and your icecream sticks (still have washed those right?)… anyway, it’s up to you!


Some friendly tips

Of course, you need to peel and cut up the fruit in little bits and pieces before mixing everything in your blender. Don’t have a blender? Well this time I’m not sure I have an alternative solution, but you can always mix everything up in itsy bitsy little pieces!

Popsicle made with the “Jungle” popsicle mold Doiy
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For the berry recipe, if you’re afraid of getting little seeds stuck in your teeth, you can choose to strain the berries and keep only the flesh and juice of the fruit to mix in the blender.

As for the sugar or agave, I didn’t give any specific quanitites, because it really depends on how you like it. Check before you pour into the molds.

Then you can put your molds in the freezer (don’t have one? This time I give up) for a couple hours or overnight, and you’re ready for a new heatwave, should one come our way! (English translation by Bleu Marine)


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    Mini question : comment places-tu le bâtonnet…?

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    Je sais que je te l’ai déjà dit mais j’adore tes illustrations !
    Tu les fais avec des feutres (Posca ou autres) ?

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    Ohhh ça a l’air trop bon et trop mignon !!! Mais je capitule, je n’ai pas de blender (mais ça m’empêchera peut-être pas de craquer sur les moules…héhé) 😉

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    Hoo!! Ces moules sont vraiment trop chou! J’adore!

    Justine http://lemagdejustine.wordpress.com

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    Anne-Laure M.

    C’est tellement adorable! Il fallait y penser! On les dévorerait tous les jours. Bonne soirée 🙂

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    Très très fan de ta rubrique “la recette trop facile”, une bouffée d’air frais (et déculpabilisante) pour les as du raté en cuisine (= moi). Merci 😉

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    Je suis juste : IN LOVE ! Les petits moules sont trop chou.
    Génial !
    N’hésite pas à venir faire un tour sur mon blog 🙂

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