Homemade Popsicles: 5 Different Frozen Summer Treats – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 74

Homemade Popsicles: 5 Different Frozen Summer Treats – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep  74

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(Music) Hi Bold Bakers! I’m excited to bring you another
installment of my frozen dessert line up. This week we’re making Popsicles and with
all of the flavors, there will be something for everyone. So let’s get started! To freeze my popsicles, I have this lovely
popsicle tray that I got online and I put a link in the description box below of where
I bought this but if you don’t have one of these do not worry. You can always use a disposable
drinking cup or you can always use an ice tray which every single house has. The first popsicle flavor we’re making are
two of my favorite summer flavors and that is mango and strawberry. Into your food processor, add in your mango
chunks and then puree until really fine. When picking the fruit for your popsicles do not
be afraid to use frozen or fresh because both of them will work really well. Sometimes frozen is actually better because
it’s picked in season and frozen really fast so kept in really good quality. Transfer your lovely mango puree into a bowl
and then we’re going to rinse out the machine and puree our strawberries. As you can see,
it just takes a few minutes to get this lovely strawberry puree. Nice and fine, this is going
to make a great popsicle. Now that we have our two purees, the only
ingredients that we need to make our fruit pops. We don’t have to add any sugar because
there’s lovely natural sugar already in this fruit. To create a really pretty popsicle, I’m actually
going to put these flavors in in layers. So a little bit of mango. A little bit of strawberry.
And then some more mango on top. Once your popsicles are done then on with the lid. And
in with your popsicle stick. The great thing about popsicles is that they
only take around 4-5 hours to freeze so you’ll be eating these little guys in no time. I made these earlier because I really wanted
to show you what they looked like when they’re done. They look beautiful and they taste great,
too. They’re a perfect summer treat! The next popsicle we’re making is the best
of both worlds. It’s a little bit creamy and a little bit sweet and fruity. It is a creamsicle. In a bowl, add in your plain yogurt, cream,
vanilla extract and some sugar and mix it really well together. So the reason we add sugar to the dairy is
because if it froze on its own it would be like ice crystals so we add the sugar in there
to help it freeze and make it nice and creamy. However if you don’t want to add white sugar,
you can always add honey, maple syrup or even a natural sugar. So we have our creamy layer done for our creamsicle
so the next layer is fresh orange juice. Now you can use store-bought or you can make your
own. To assemble this popsicle, we are going to
fill up the mold halfway with our creamy layer. And then we’re going to pour our orange juice
in on top. When your molds are filled on with your lid and in with your stick. Another lovely popsicle flavor ready for the
freezer, and as always my recipes can be found on BiggerBolderBaking.com. When your creamsicle is done, it should look
like this. Ta Da! It looks fantastic. I know it doesn’t look like a traditional creamsicle
but it sure tastes like one. I’m going to try to get the orange and the cream at the
same time. Oh that is delicious. If you like these popsicles, I have so many
more frozen treats on my channel along with lots of other baking videos so if you haven’t
already done so, don’t forget to subscribe. Our next flavor up is definitely for the Chocolate
Lovers and should evoke all of those lovely food memories of when you were young and that
is a fudgesicle. In a heavy bottom sauce pan, we’re going to
add in our cream, milk and cocoa powder. And heat all of these ingredients until they come
to a simmer. Now that your cream mix has simmered, we’re
going to pour it over our pieces of chocolate. I like to use dark chocolate because it makes
the popsicle that bit richer. Now you just want to let this mix sit and
let the chocolate melt for around 2-3 minutes and then we can whisk it all together. What
I like to add to my fudgesicle is a drop of vanilla extract because it really lifts the
flavor of it. Our last step before freezing is that I like to sieve this mix to get it
nice and smooth so when it’s frozen you have a beautiful silky popsicle. Go ahead and fill your mold all the way to
the top. Put on your lid. And in with your popsicle stick. I’m particularly excited for these fudgesicles
because once they’re set they taste like frozen mousse on a stick. They are absolutely divine. When your fudgesicle is frozen this is what
it should look like. Like a real fudgesicle. Look at that, I have to give it a taste. This
popsicle is definitely for the chocolate lovers and I highly recommend having a little stash
of them in your freezer. They’re delicious. The next popsicle we’re doing requires even
less work than the other popsicles. Just two ingredients: lemonade and fruit and such a
beautiful result. It is a lemonade popsicle. For the lemonade, I suggest you use fresh
lemonade. I actually made my own with some simple syrup and some lemon juice. And I love
a little bit of lime in my lemon juice because I think it really gives it a punch so I put
a little bit of zest in there. Go ahead and add your fresh fruit to your
mold. In the summer, I love peaches, strawberry, kiwi, raspberry and blueberry. And then just
fill up your mold with your lemonade all the way to the top. It’s that easy to make this
beautiful fresh dessert. I love this popsicle because it’s so easy to make. Once your popsicles are done then on with
the lid and in with your stick. Now these little guys are ready for the freezer. How pretty is this popsicle and you can see
all of the fruit inside. Make sure you use really good flavored fruit because that’s
what is going to make this so nice. mmm. It is so yummy! Our next Popsicle is definitely a feast for
the eyes and for the tastebuds and that is a rainbow popsicle. To create a beautiful all-natural rainbow
popsicle, we’re going to use the same method as we did for the Mango & Strawberry one.
We’re going to puree all of our lovely bright fruit to get all of the different colors and
layers. I’m using strawberries for my red layer. Mango
for my yellow layer. Kiwi for green. And of course, blueberries for blue. Once you have all of your fruit pureed, we’re
going to add thin layers of each color into our popsicle mold. Feel free to use any brightly
colored fruit you prefer. Once your molds are filled all the way to
the top, we’re going on one more time with the lid and in with your popsicle stick. You will be so amazed at how these turn out.
All natural rainbow popsicles. No food dye. No dairy. No added sugar. It is the perfect
treat for a summer’s day. Once it’s frozen, this is what it will look
like. Look at those gorgeous layers of color and flavor that we built. I’m excited to give this one a try. This lovely
little popsicle definitely tastes as good as it looks. I really hope you get to try
it out. If five flavors weren’t enough for you, then
I put a bonus recipe over on my website: BiggerBolderBaking.com where I show you how to make this gorgeous
Blueberry and Lemon Popsicle. While you’re over there don’t forget to sign up for my
newsletter. Now you have a popsicle for every taste and
occasion this summer. Thank you so much for subscribing to my channel.
And make sure don’t miss out on any of my news by following me on my social media. I’ll
see you back here again next Thursday for more Bigger Bolder Baking.

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  2. I have that type of mold, although its really difficult to pull out after freezing it. how do you do it?

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  5. my mom gave me a popsicle mold for my birthday now I am watching all the videos that how to make a good popsicle

  6. when I told my dad I was gonna do this he was like β€œno you stoopid just put soda in it”

  7. You know when try this tutorial

    I make my own

    cake + tomatoes and banana

    i cut tomatoes first and then i put it in plastic ice cream tray

    and then i put cakes in ice cream tray i also add vanilla and the banana steps just like tomatoes and i add vanilla again! And i freeze it for 5 hours and yummy! My homemade POPSICLES!

  8. This one only needs two ingredients,lemonade and fruit

    You mean lemon and strawberry and blueberry and kiwi and lime zest and syrup and peaches and raspberries

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  10. 1:29 Her saying : a little bit of mango , a little bit of strawberry….

    Me in my mind : a LiTtlE biT of SugAr, A LiTtlE bit oF sPicE aNd EveRYthInG niCe

  11. Mmm yummy eat it I've made this lots and lots of times in my disney ice candy mould thank you so much love you 😘

  12. Wonderful & easy way to make… Can this be commercialized? Do you think this will be effective in the market & will sell?
    Kindly advise

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