Botanical Ice Lollies
Warning: lots of florals & bite-sized treats on the blog this spring/summer, because crafted pick-me-ups (esp. in this heat) are my fave form of self-care. I hope you're crushing this Thursday. YWF recipes are all about keeping it simple and practical. Who's got the time?
Preferred Sweetener (I used a pinch of Stevia)
Mix your coconut water, fresh lime juice, and sweetener together. Fill your popsicle mold. About 1.5 hours into freezing push your flowers in with a popsicle stick. Place your mold back into the freezer. When you're ready to devour: run cold water over the popsicle mold, remove, enjoy. I really like these popsicles because they help keep me hydrated when I'm feeling childish about drinking water- plus, look at em'! Can you tell how excited I was after making the SnapChat Cookies? Ha! Enjoy.
Best, Dr. Dyce
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