For the Love of Popsicles: Naturally Delicious Icy Sweet Summer Treats from A-Z


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$16.99  $15.80
Skyhorse Publishing
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7.7 X 0.8 X 7.6 inches | 1.45 pounds

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About the Author

Sarah Bond, creator of the popular vegetarian food blog Live Eat Learn, uses her degrees in both nutrition and sensory science to inspire healthy, approachable recipes (that don't compromise on flavor!). An Alaskan at heart based in the Netherlands, her experiences around the globe give rise to unique and delicious flavor combinations.


"A whole cookbook full of unique popsicle recipes? Yes, please! This summery new release shows you how to craft unexpected icy treats, from fruity Rhubarb Strawberry and creamy Dutch Cookie Butter, to hidden veggie Pink Power Beet and poptail Frosé Sangria."

"Steamy summer days just got healthier and more delicious, thanks to these nourishing, toss-together frozen treats."

"This is a fun, colorful book with recipes for everyone (vegan and non-vegan). For those frightened by the thought of having popsicles be 'too healthy, ' not to worry. This book has recipes for you too, such as Milk and Cereal, Cookies and Cream (packed with Oreo cookies), and Igloo Baked Alaska."
--BigLife Magazine

"Fruity popsicles! Creamy popsicles! Healthy popsicles! Boozy popsicles! This book has it all and then some. All you need is a popsicle mold, some popsicle sticks, and a bit of patience while your delicious concoction freezes."
--The Standard

"Who knew popsicles could be so versatile and fun? For the Love of Popsicles displays every popsicle fantasy you can imagine. Not only will you want to eat them all, but just browsing through will give you such an eye candy thrill!"
--Jillian Leslie, Catch My Party creator

"Sarah's photographs combine effortless minimalism with playfulness in a way that sparks joy and makes each popsicle pop off the page."
--Sarah Fennel, founder of Foodtography School and Broma Bakery