It is a true pleasure to be Evelyn's guest today. She and I have been bloggy friends for a long time now and I always enjoy visits to her sweet blog. She is a doll! I'm Katherine and I’m happy to share a little bit about myself and my blog Katherines Corner. I am an open minded and spiritual person who strives to always maintain a positive attitude and greet each new day with grace, dignity and gratitude. I am originally from England but have lived all over the world and now I live with my wonderful husband in Utah.
I always refer to my blog as a “blog for sharing”. I enjoy sharing recipes, photography, monthly giveaways, life stories, diy and more at my little bit of blog land. I invite you to stop by for a visit and to join us at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop.
I welcome your bloggy friendship.
For me, summer time brings with it mixed emotions. I love all of the wonderful things like beautiful fragrant flowers ( these lilacs are from our garden), fresh vegetables from our garden and a lot of happy memory making. But… I hate, absolutely hate, the heat. The truth is, if the temperature never exceeded 75 degrees (Fahrenheit) I would be thrilled. I love rainy days and cool weather days and even snowy days.
No Sugar Added Strawberry Fruit-sicle
What You Need 11/2 Cups Strawberries ( or other fresh fruit)cleaned and stems removed 1 Cup Milk (I use lactose free milk) 1 Tbsp. Splenda (or other granulated sugar substitute or 2 tsp. sugar) Popsicle molds (or ice cube trays and popsicle sticks) Blender/food processor
Lets Make it! Pop your fruit into the food processor/blender pulse a few times to make very small pieces, add milk and sweetener and blend/puree for 1-3 minutes. If it appears to thin add a bit more fruit. Fill your popsicle/ice trays and freeze for 3-4 hours.
Makes 4 fruit-sicles or about 12-16 ice cube tray pops.
Katies Tid Bits -try adding vanilla bean ice cream instead of milk if you are okay with dairy.
We can’t stop the clock, but we can keep our spirits young with humor, gratitude, and creativity. Eat a fruit-sicle and go play in the sprinkler, life is short.
Thank you Evelyn for sharing your sweet blog with me today and thank you to all who visit her lovely blog and took time to read my post