Wednesday, 22 May 2013

#WIAW - Fruity Ice Tea Lemonade Popsicles


The weather has been all over the place here in Toronto. Heat. Hail. Rain. Snow. Heat again. BLAH! But I think warmer weather is here to stay now...Or at least I am going to pretend that it is. During the summer months, especially after my training runs, I like to channel my inner 6 year old and snack on Popsicles! So that is today's What I Ate Wednesday Recipe.

Fruity Ice Tea Lemonade Popscilces


Ingredients:
2 bags of fruit flavoured tea (I used raspberry for my latest batch)
Pre-made Lemonade 
Fresh Berries of your choice (I used raspberries and blackberries)

1. Brew a pot of fruit flavoured tea. It is better to give it lots of time to steep. The stronger the better.
2. Filled your Popsicle molds half way with the brewed tea.
3. Put a few berries in each mold
4. Fill the rest of the mold with lemonade.
5. Freeze and Serve


YUMMY and FUN!
Love Your Favourite Darwinian Fail,
Krysten

17 comments:

  1. oooh I make popsicles DAILY---for the child :-) now I wanna make with caffeinated tea.

    for me.

    (SHHHHH :-))

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  2. I almost picked up some popsicle molds the other day!!

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  3. Yum!! Can I tell you that last year during the hot Boston, the best, and I mean the best, thing that a spectator handed me was a popsicle somewhere around mile 23. Perfection!

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  4. Yum! I had some molds but dropped them when they were cold and they cracked. :( I will have to pick up some new ones!

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  5. Nom! What an awesome idea! I need a popsicle tray! watermelon crushed and frozen is my fave!

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  6. we had pride day on monday and had popsicles afterwards... itz been years since i'd had one and they were the peeeeerfect treat! i'm sure your homemade ones are better though! :-P

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  7. Love it!

    I love popsicles too :) We can be kids together!

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  8. Those popsicles look fantastic! So refreshing and easy. I've been seeing so many awesome popsicle ideas lately, I think this summer is going to be the summer of the popsicles for me :)

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  9. oooh LOVE this. I can't wait to try these out :)

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  10. I didn't get one of these in my race day sparkle bag... what gives?!?!

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  11. Yay! Reminds me of being a kid again! :D

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  12. OMG! THis is soooo perfect now... The summer heat is killing me!

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  13. These look amaze-balls GIRL! Omg... now I want to experiment with juices and making popsicles!!!

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  14. Sounds amazing I love Arnold Palmer's (what we call half ice tea & half lemonade in The South).

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