Thursday, July 30, 2015

"Easy as Breeze" Chocolate Cookie and Mallow Pops Featuring Almond Breeze Chocolate Almond Milk

Disclosure: This "Easy as Breeze" post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.

It is Summertime, and the kids are outside for the better part of the day. We are fortunate enough to live in an area where there are a multitude of children of the same age right in our neck of the neighborhood. It makes it easy when the kids are "bored" because there is always a playmate a 30-second walk away. That being said, our house often becomes the "hub" for the kids (although they do rotate around), and any mom knows, where there are kids, there needs to be snacks! This past week has been especially hot, and what is better than a delicious snack that is easy as breeze to create and cools you down while you enjoy? Introducing my very own "Easy As Breeze" Chocolate Cookie and Mallow Pops!


1 Cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk Chocolate
1/4 Cup Heavy Cream
6 Chocolate Creme-Filled Sandwich Cookies, crumbled
2 Large Marshmallows, cut into small cubes
Ice Pop Mold

Mix all ingredients together just until combined.
Pour into Ice Pop molds.
Place in freezer and allow to freeze until solid.

The kids LOVED these! I mean, both of my kids referred to them as "awesome", and told me that I was "awesome" for making them. I call that a win in my book! Plus, with the main ingredient being Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Chocolate Almondmilk, I know that they are getting a lower calorie, lower fat treat that packs a nice calcium punch. It's still a treat, because I added the extras, but this is easy to adjust to your taste preferences and your particular sugar content specifications. My ice pop mold only makes 4 "pops" at a time, so if yours makes more, you will also need to adjust the recipe for that as well. Overall, they were creamy, delicious, and the perfect way to cool down after a 90-plus degree day!

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