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Summer Fruit, All Dressed Up : Food Network

Nothing beats eating juicy summer fruit straight from your palm — except for maybe these ice pops. They provide all the freshness and the flavor of whole fruit, chopped and blended with unexpected and seasonal add-ins for hand-held treats kids and adults will love.
  • Food Network

    Serve up seasonal frozen treats at home with these creative popsicle combinations like Watermelon, Chili and Basil and Blueberry, Thyme and Sweet Cream: http://www.foodnetwork.com/grilling/grilling-central-frozen-treats/choppedsicles.html?soc=sitesocialpinterest

  • rhonda shanklin

    Tasty Treats!!

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