I try to avoid "one trick ponies" in the kitchen in favor of gadgets or utensils that serve as real work horses. Using multi-functional tools saves time and money and makes my kitchen more efficient. For example, rather than buying an ice pop mold, limited in function and taking up kitchen real estate year-round, I use small Ziploc containers.
We tend to make small batches of frozen treats using leftover fruit, tailoring each one to the person's flavor preferences. The single-serving dreamsicle pop and lime-kissed watermelon pop recipes below are two of our favorites.
Personalize the pops further by writing a message or name on the stick. It's a fun way to share encouragement or laughter — or to simply designate who the frozen treat belongs to.
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