Friday, November 12, 2010

Look what followed me home…

 

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I am quite excited and thinking about making pink popsicles for Pink Saturday! I will be using yoghurt and strawberries and making a healthy snack for us.

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I got the book and the tools!

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Zoku is in the freezer getting ready to do its thing. I will let you know.

I am joining Beverly at How Sweet the Sound for Pink Saturday. Please stop by and say hi to the other pinks.

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Happy Pink Popsicle Saturday!

24 comments:

Carol at Serendipity said...

Hint!!!
Do not overfill Zoku!!!!
Carol

Zondra Art said...

Happy pink and nice weekend!

Kisses.

sissie said...

Ooh, these look yummy!
Happy Pink Saturday.

hugs
Sissie

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

Ohhh, Carol, I hope I can sleep tonight!!!! All I have to do is put those pops out on my front porch. Enjoy your heat in Florida and I am excited to hear of your results.

Kathleen said...

They look good. I don't blame you for bringing them to FLA! Here we will be needing soup
Enjoy the warmth!

Sherry said...

We have some of those popsicle molds but, I never thought of trying yogurt or putting fruit in there. Great ideas!! Thanks
Sherry

Becky said...

I have made homemade pops many times, but never have put fruit slices in them like that. Great photos and Happy Pink Saturday.

Lee said...

I love making homemade pops - and the pink looks the best! Happy Weekend.

xinex said...

Uhmmm, the strawberry pop looks so good and refreshing! Good luck antiquiing today, Carol!...Christine

Cathy said...

Oh my, don't those look good. I can imagine all kinds of flavor combinations. I'll have to remember this for next spring.

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

What a yummy looking treat, and frozen yogurt is soooooo good for ya! I'd love to win your Holiday GiveAway...embroidery???...can't wait to see! Happy Pink Saturday!

Abramyan Avenue said...

Oh my goodness that looks delicious!!

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for grandparents and caregivers said...

Hi, I popped over from Pink Saturday and what a nice visit I've had. Thank you, too, for a very intriguing giveway. I'm looking forward to the pictures. I have a giveaway over at SandwichINK as well - Salonpas pain relief patches AND delightful wifi digital photo picture frames - perfect for family memories of grandparents and grandchildren. :) Have a blessed week.

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for grandparents and caregivers said...

Hi, I popped over from Pink Saturday and what a nice visit I've had. Thank you, too, for a very intriguing giveway. I'm looking forward to the pictures. I have a giveaway over at SandwichINK as well - Salonpas pain relief patches AND delightful wireless digital photo picture frames - perfect for family memories of grandparents and grandchildren. :) Have a blessed week.

Birgit said...

Why do I crave ice cream now?! Love it! :)

Pondside said...

Those look luscious! I'll have to look for that bit of kitchen equipment.

Jorgelina said...

Happy Pink Saturday.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your popsicle not only looks good, but good for you-enjoy:@)

Donnie said...

That's the first time I've seen frozen yogurt on Pink Saturday. Cool...lol....

A Garden of Threads said...

Hi Carol, Those look so yummy, did I see strawberries, my favorite. Happy PS and take care.

Faith Hope Cherrytea ~ said...

how YuMmY are those!? WoW! care to share?
HapPy PS !!

Pam said...

Very pretty and I bet they are yummy!

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Carol, nice to meet you, gosh that pop looks yummy! and good for you!

I am a new follower, would love to be entered in your giveaway!

Barb

~~Carol~~ said...

Yes, please let us know how this works! I just started putting the yogurt cups in the freezer, because my daughter said they tasted good that way, but I love this idea even more, because the possibilities are endless. Hope it turns out yummy!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Carol

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