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Watermelon and Strawberry Pops
Posted By Alisa Fleming On 2013/04/16 @ 12:08 pm In Dessert,Eggs,Fish,Fruit Dessert,Milk/Dairy,Mustard,Other Desserts,Peanut,Sesame,Shellfish,Soy,Sulphites,Summer,Tree Nuts,Wheat | No Comments
Feel free to reduce the honey in the watermelon and strawberry blend if your fruit is particularly ripe, but be aware that the finished pops will taste a little less sweet once frozen. –Alisa Fleming
Free of: dairy, nuts and gluten, plus the other top allergens.
Makes 4 to 6 Pops
• Quick Blended Cream Pops: For a super fast two-step recipe, skip the layers and simply blend all of the ingredients together. Fill the pop molds and chill in the freezer for 2 hours or until solid.
• Strawberry Cream Variation: For fruitier pops, blend two ripe strawberries into the vanilla cream before pouring it into the molds.
*A Note on Coconut
Coconut is technically a fruit. While most allergists do not consider it a tree nut, if you are nut allergic, ask your doctor if coconut is safe for you.
Alisa Fleming is Allergic Living’s Senior Editor and the author of Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance and Casein Free Living. She is also founder and chief editor of the popular Godairyfree.org  website. Recipe first published in Allergic Living magazine.
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