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We had similar popsicle molds as a kid-in fact I saw some in the store the other day and almost bought some for old times sake. We used to pour concentrated orange juice cut with half the water in the molds-almost as easy as applesauce!

Hi... I stumbled on your blog thru some others I was reading. What caught me was that you are a military wife. While I am not, I am an Army brat! My sister married into the military life and is stationed in TX with her family. My brother in law in currently in Iraq again. I just wanted to stop in and say you have a supporter out here!!!

Also, I never thought of this idea for popsicles with the applesauce!! My son would LOVE that - he is an applesauce addict!! I have a 21 month old son and 5 month old daughter.... Your little girls are beautiful!!!!
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Great idea! The kids love applesauce and popsicles - I'll have to try this for them.

Thanks! I have applesause lovers so I think this should be a hit with them.

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doing the same thing...'cept I call mine "Polka Dot Popsicles" see?

I love applesauce as a base!

And that recipe is lazy because...?? I'm not getting it. ;) We do OJ in ours - also super "lazy".

My mom never made posicles for us, but my neighbor made apple juice popsicles that I loved. I will have to try your recipe.

I love the title of this blog-so funny!

I had no idea! What a great, easy treat! Thanks for enlightening me!

I'd never thought of using applesauce! That's an excellent and healthy idea. :)

I've never made them with applesauce before, I always make them with yogurt or pudding. I think my youngest would enjoy applesauce though

You can also freeze yogurt in those molds. Even lazier (my way!!) is to buy the mini kid yogurts, make a small slit in the lid and insert a popsicle stick. Freeze overnight et Voila, Frozen yogurt popsicles!

We have popsicle molds too! In fact my kids each had one today. They look forward to popsicle time with GREAT anticipation!

I do juice in ours. Super easy! I think I'll try yogurt ones soon...


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