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  1. OAMC, Homecanning, Freezing, and Preserving
    These Italian Ice pops are soooo yummy. They are kind of on the adult side, but kids will love them too I am sure. You can make them with any kind of berries too. I got the recipe from Giada DeLaurentis (Everyday Italian) Ingredients 1(12oz) bag or 1 1/2 cups frozen raspberries, defrosted...
  2. Food for Kids
    1 (4 ounce) package instant pudding mix (any flavor) 2 cups milk 6 paper cups 6 wooden sticks or plastic spoons Pour cold milk into bowl. Add pudding mix. Beat slowly with hand rotary beater until mixture is well blended and creamy. Pour into 6 paper cups. Put a wooden stick or plastic spoon...
  3. News you can use
    Student loans: Another bubble pops? Families are borrowing more heavily to fund the rising cost of higher education, but an increase in default rates is forcing private lenders to abandon the market.
  4. Freebies
    Eat candy and lose weight. No ephedra. Get two free power pops. They look good!
  5. Make It Yourself
    Yogi Pear Pops (For kids) 1 can pear halves or slices -- (16 oz) drained 1 carton plain yogurt -- (8 oz) 3 tbl honey 1/2 tbl lemon juice few drops almond extract -- optional In blender container or food processor bowl combine pears, yogurt, honey, lemon...
  6. Kitchen Basics
    Has anyone made these? Pudding Pops 1 small box instant pudding 2 cups cold milk 1cup cool whip Sara
  7. St. Patrick's day cute and easy to make
  8. Valentine's day
    This recipe is so easy. Great recipe for kids.
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