Cool off With Cuteness by Making These Winnie the Pooh Popsicles

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With the official start of summer just days away, finding was to stay cool are in demand.  These adorable Winnie the Pooh popsicles provide an excellent outdoor snack for beating the summer heat.

Ice pops are made from freezing fresh fruit and yogurt. With a little effort, characters like Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore come to life as a delicious desert or satisfying snack.

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Frozen smoothies, in the form of an adorable Pooh popsicle, serve as a sweet and healthy snack for summer time fun.  By taking a trip to the 1000 Acre wood for theme inspiration, making these cute characters from Disney’s version of A.A. Milne’s children’s stories, offer outstanding opportunities to appease fickle young palates.

1928 Pooh

Create your own Winnie the Pooh popsicles

Blending together fresh fruit with yogurt and honey (to taste for desired sweetness) brings together the base for these familiar animated faces. Each character requires a specific blend of ingredients.

Pooh requires mango, banana, and yogurt.  The banana-yogurt mixture also creates a base for other characters.

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Adding strawberries gives Piglet his pigment.

Piglet

An added orange creates the base for Tigger.

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Finally, either blueberries or blackberries are needed for Eeyore.

Eeyore

Four hours of freezer time set up the popsicle mold character canvases. Don’t forget to add the popsicle stick. While the mixtures solidify, crafting creature details is an option.  Colored candy melts make ears while dark chocolate can provide features like eyes, whiskers and mouths. Once drawn or crafted, these delicious details will need at least thirty minutes to become solid enough to use.

Candy melts can also add depth for noses and bellies on Tigger and Eeyore.

Once the homemade popsicle treats are completely frozen, a bit of warm water on the exterior of the mold helps to release the treats.  Additional liquified candy melt makes a perfect glue for each frozen treat.

Finally, after an additional ten minutes of freeze time, these must-make munchies are ready for tasting!

Find the full recipe, including exact ingredient amounts on the Disney Family website.

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Want even more Disney inspired awesome homemade treats at home? Check out additional dessert recipes like Strawberry Shortcake, Mickey Mouse Beach Cupcakes or a PB&J Milkshake!

Will you be making these adorable frozen Pooh pops? Which character is your favorite?

Source and images: Disney Family, Wikipedia

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