Cool Pops....

On hot days like the ones we've been experiencing lately, all you want to do is stay cool. Even cooking becomes a chore. Hopefully everyone is using thier Heritage Farmer's Market fruits and veggies to make delicious salads and cold soups for dinner, and tasty fruit infused desserts for evening snacks.

Lately, home made popsicles have been springing up all over the net, so we wanted to share a few great recipes that you can use to make fruit pops at home.

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Plum Popsicles

3 ripe black plums
1/4 C agave or honey
1 C seltzer

Blend the plums in a food processor on a high setting for at least 2-3 minutes. There will be lots of tiny skin pieces in the mix, which can be strained if you don't want them. Toss in the sweetener and seltzer and pulse blend for 10-15 seconds. Pour into molds and freeze.

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Pineapple Cinnamon Popsicles

Combine the fruit, herb or spice, juice (if called for), and a dash of salt in a blender on high for 30 seconds, until smooth. Pour into Popsicle molds, like these Shooting Stars from Williams-Sonoma, and freeze for six hours.
For an exotic tropical pop, use 3 cups of pineapple chunks (known for anti-inflammatory properties), 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, and 1/4 cup fresh orange juice.


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