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thumbprint popsicles

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Falling in love with the very popular thumbprint cookie was easy to do this year. I mean, how do you resist an amazing jam flavor wrapped inside another sweet? I decided the trend should continue on into summer, and am pleased to introduce you today to my favorite new frozen treat – thumbprint popsicles!

You can make the popsicles in so many different flavors, a few of our favorites are noted above. The mixture of frozen pop and textured filling becomes a real treat for a warm summer day.

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To make the thumbprint popsicles you will first need to whip up a batch of easy to freeze popsicles; we used chocolate jello, frozen pina colada juice, and mashed strawberries with a bit of honey.

Make your popsicles and insert sticks when semi-hard. Freeze. When ready, remove pops from mold and place heart-shaped cookie cutter on center of one side of a popsicle. Trace the heart shape with a knife and carefully scoop out the center. Fill with marshmallow fluff, preserves, etc. Have fun experimenting and creating frozen treats with a variety of flavor combinations.

Thumbprint Popsicles | A Subtle Revelry

Project design and photography by Athena Plichta for A Subtle Revelry. See more sweet treats right here.

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Posted June 12, 2013
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7 Responses to “thumbprint popsicles”

  1. Kathleen says:

    Strawberry and marshmallow fluff? Yes please!!

  2. Love thos popsicles!!! So cute ?

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  5. Great idea, and they look so adorable! :D