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Citrus ice pops are probably one of the easiest recipes of all. Just orange juice and slices of lemon/orange would make perfect ice pops! So why not give a little twist and make your pops more adorable? You can add milk and yogurt as a white snow part, and utterly transform your citrus pops into snow-capped Mount Everest! Even a snow leopard would be happy about it!
When I was little, I didn't like milk at all, so my mother used a little magic. She transformed milk into these yummy sweet treats with fresh berries! From then on, my phobia of milk had completely gone, and these milk ice pops became my dear dear friends!
I think chocolate is one of the most incredible inventions in the history of mankind. I especially love bitter ones with a hint of spicy chili! This combination wonderfully works on ice pop recipes, too! You might think I just made up this yummy hills by my imagination, right? But the place called "Chocolate Hills" really exists in the Filippines!!! and cute little tarsiers(the smallest primate on earth) are living there :)))
Green mangos are very popular in Thailand. I would buy a bag of chopped green mango from a street vendor when I lived in Bangkok, and it always came with a small plastic bag with prik kluea（salt and chili powder）to dip. I was a bit skeptical at first, but it tasted soo good!! The spicy touch really brings out the mango's delicate sweetness, so why not for ice pops, too!!