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Blood Orange Popsicles

For me, somehow this became the year of the epic blood oranges. First I found them for really cheap at TJ’s and made a salad dressing and upside down cardamom cake. Then I started getting loa…

Made with greek yogurt and blood orange juice

Blood Orange Frozen Yogurt

Made with blood orange zest and juice, this Blood Orange Frozen Yogurt is tart, creamy and complex.

Blood Orange Sherbet Recipe

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Blood Orange Mango Smoothie

1 mango, cut into chunks and frozen cup pineapple chunks 1 frozen banana cup non-fat vanilla yogurt cup freshly squeezed blood orange juice teaspoon stevia (optional)

The Devil's Food Advocate: Strawberry-Blood Orange Margarita

Strawberry-Blood Orange Margarita for each drink: Put two strawberries, coarsely chopped, into a cocktail shaker or measuring cup and add 2 heaping teaspoons super-fine granulated sugar.

Mango Blood Orange Carrot Smoothie by foodtowarmthesoul...for a chilly summer night? :)

Żółto- zielono, koktajle na wiosnę

Mango Blood Orange Carrot Smoothie Recipe by foodtowarmthesoul 1 ripe mango peeled; juice of 3 small carrots; juice of 1 blood orange - Slice mango and banana, pour the juice and mix everything in a blender.

Blood Orange Prosecco Jelly

Blood Orange Prosecco Jelly

Blood Orange and Quinoa Muffins with Crystalized Ginger-Thyme Butter

Blood Orange & Quinoa Muffins with Crystalized Ginger-Thyme Butter

Blood Orange and Quinoa Muffins with Crystalized Ginger-Thyme Butter

MOJITO Pops satisfy the pop craving and get tipsy .. win win

These refreshing popsicles are filled with the classic mojito ingredients: mint, rum, lime, sugar and club soda.

Jello Pops  1 Package of Jello (4 serving size) 1 Package of Kool Aid (you can use the little sweetened pkgs or use a little unsweetened pkg and add 1/8cup sugar) 2 Cups boiling water 1 1/2 Cups cold water 12-14- 3 oz Paper cups 12-14 Popsicle sticks  Dissolve Jello, Kool Aid and sugar in boiling water. Add cold water. Pour into paper cups and freeze for 2 hours. After 2 hours they should only be partially set. At this point insert a popsicle stick in the center and return to freezer for…

No drip popsicles, using jello and kool-aid. (Used to love these popsicles growing up. They are jello and kool-aid and they don't drip!