June 15, 2020 | marianne
Originally an accidental invention by an 11-year-old boy back in 1905, the popsicle has become a mainstay treat for hot summer days. Whether you're in the mood for fresh and fruity or extra-sweet and indulgent, it's super easy to whip up your own homemade popsicles. Give it a try whenever you're in the mood for a refreshing snack or dessert. Below is a round-up of resources about America's favorite frozen confection.
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Things To Read
These titles are instantly available on Hoopla Digital (CPL library card required):
- For the love of popsicles : naturally delicious icy sweet summer treats from A-Z [electronic resource] / Sarah Bond
- Ice pops [electronic resource] / photographs, Lauren Burke ; recipes, Shelly Kaldunski
- The Boy Who Invented The Popsicle: The Cool Science Behind Frank Epperson's Famous Frozen Treat
From the Print Collection
- Fun food inventions by Nadia Higgins
- Sweet spot : an ice cream binge across America by Amy Ettinger
- The best homemade kids' snacks on the planet : more than 200 healthy homemade snacks you and your kids will love by Laura Fuentes