Written by: Anna Sibal
08/05/2011 9:42 AM
Ice popsicles are excellent for beating the summer heat on a long road trip. They are cool and refreshing, and they can satisfy any sweet tooth. More importantly, ice popsicles can keep the kids occupied while sitting in the RV. You won't have to deal with them asking "Are we there yet?" over and over when they are too busy eating their ice popsicles. Best of all, you can make popsicles in your RV with just a bowl, a sturdy fork, popsicle molds and a freezer. Here are some great recipes:
Chunky Pineapple Orange Pops
Preparation time: 15 mins
Peaches and Cream Pops
Piña Colada Pops
Rocky Road Icicles
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles
Preparation time: 20 mins
These ice popsicle recipes are quick and easy to make. You can whip them up even without any fancy kitchen equipment. Just make sure that the molds you use for making these popsicles come with a sturdy base or its own storage case. This will prevent your popsicle mix from toppling inside your freezer while your RV is on the move. Also, get only the kind of molds that will fit right inside your freezer - tall molds for normal freezers and short molds for compact freezers.
Stay cool with your ice popsicle treats on the road!
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