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Top Pops

Top Pops

55 All-Natural Frozen Treats to Make at Home

Emily Zaiden

St. Martin's Griffin

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Ice-pops reinvented!

Here are 55 delicious, all-natural popsicle recipes featuring such delectable flavorful combinations as pomegranate orange rose, rosemary grape, apricot honey yogurt, and cranberry clove. For both grown-ups and kids these treats are super simple and fun to make. All that is needed are readily-available ingredients and some basic kitchen equipment. The book includes pops that you can eat all year round and for every occasion, such as:

• creamsicles and pudding pops that kids will love

• fresh and fruity pops for hot summer days

• coffee and tea pops for your caffeine fix

• treats to serve during holidays or other celebrations

• liquor-infused popsicles for grown-ups

• healthy pops to help cure sore throats and upset stomachs

...plus much more.

A techniques section, ideas about which molds and sticks to use, plus charts to help you combine flavors and fruits inspires experimentation and insures perfect pops all year long.

Championing author Emily Zaiden's The Popshop philosophy of eating local and organic, the recipes in this book are a great way to use up your farmer's market finds. There are no preservatives, emulsifiers, or dyes used to create these wonderful, 100% natural, guilt-free treats.

EXCERPT

Top Pops

CREAMSICLES & PUDDING POPS
APRICOT HONEY YOGURT


BANANAS FOSTER


BANANA CHOCOLATE


MEXICAN FUDGESICLE


CHOCOLATE MALT


BROWN SUGAR STRAWBERRY KEFIR


BLACK...

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Praise for Top Pops

“The natural ingredients, simple instructions, and glorious results will get even finicky kids eating fresh fruits and herbs. A book for the whole family.” —Jo Perry, MyDailyFind.com

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About the author

Emily Zaiden

EMILY ZAIDEN began experimenting with out-of-the-ordinary frozen pops in 2007. At the height of a Los Angeles heat wave, she decided to make adult pops for a dinner party with friends. The unusual flavors she chose were a hit, so she kept playing with new combinations. By the next summer, her own farmers' market cart and wholesale business, The Popshop, was up and running.Since then, The Popshop has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, BonAppetit.com, KCRW, LA Weekly, Phoenix New Times, and countless food and lifestyle blogs. The Popshop pops are sold at farmers' markets and special events, and at fine food stores around Los Angeles.

Emily Zaiden

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