Cheap & Easy Popsicle Recipe For Kids
|April 25, 2012||Posted by thecheapskatemom under celebrationcrafts, food, fun, kidsandpets, kidscrafts, kitchen, summer|
From The Cheapskate Mom:
Kyra's colorful, easy to follow popsicle recipe is a perfect choice for TCM because it's a quick, easy recipe for kids that they will love. Not only will kids love it, so will your wallet. You don't need to buy popsicle molds or a fancy popsicle maker: A package of Jello, re-use some cups and Popsicle sticks – use the food coloring you probably have on stand by in your cupboard ( I always use generic food coloring) & Voila! : a very affordable, simple, fun and pretty family project to do on a hot summer's day – and a great alternative to a new toy or game.
Rainbow Pudding Popsicles
by Kyra @ RACKS and Mooby
My car thermometer read 101 degrees yesterday. Yes, 101. On May 31st. And, no, I don't live on the equator. We've been having a mini heatwave and I have to admit I am always a little thankful to head into the office on days like this.
Then I had the kids fill up some plastic cups in layers to create a rainbow effect. Here is Boogey's – not exactly the neatest rainbow out there, but quite a fun swirly visual. She really had fun making these!