Lazy Dazy Summer?! (plus popsicle recipe)

Lazy Dazy Summer?! (plus popsicle recipe)
Rachel - Thu Jul 07, 2011 @ 04:33PM
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Hey everybody, I don't know about where you live, but here it is pretty hot here right now! My Dad just got his boating license today, so we can finally go on the boat! We have a very nice boat for wake-boarding and tubing, and just generally boating in! among other recreations, we all love to play badminton and volleyball. The little kids like to ride bikes too, but since it's all up hill here, it's very hard, and they usually come in a big sweaty mess, which is disgusting =D

On the other side of Summer though, there's the gardens, which require a lot of work! we have flower gardens surrounding our house, and two big vegetable gardens. So it always seems that we're watering, planting or pulling weeds. But it is such a reward to grow your own carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, onion, beets, bean, etc. My Mom especially loves growing flowers, and all summer long we have huge vases filled with them, they are very beautiful! My sister is getting married in Sept. so I guess there goes our lazy summer right there! Weddings are so much work, but they are well worth it, especially since we all get to dress up and be girly =D

I just thought I'd share a popsicle recipe with you all, I'm sure you know how to juice popsicles, but this is a little bit differant...

Orange Julius popsicle recipe

1~341ml can of Orange juice

3~ 341ml (use the can) of milk

2~ tsp Vanilla

12-18~ ice cubes

6~ tsp Sugar (or to taste)

Add all ingredient into blender, and turn on for about 1 minute, or until smooth. Put into styrefoam  or plastic cups, add a popsicle stick to each. Let them freeze for at least 12 hours before you eat them, maybe even more.I hope you guys enjoy this recipe, and I also hope it will cool yo down on a hot summer day!

I hope everyone is have a blast, and make-sure you don't stay out in the sun too long!


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1. Blog Moderator   |   Thu Jul 07, 2011 @ 10:08PM

Hey Rachel,
Sweet recipe. Thx for posting. I hope others enjoy!