Where it’s not (ie, Vancouver), they keep you happy.
Basically, it’s always a good time for a tea pop.
Here’s how to make them:
Simply cold brew a jar of Maracuja Orange for 6 hours or more in your fridge. (Place 2 heaping tbs of loose-leaf tea into the jar, fill with cold water, shake, cover and place in your fridge. Give it a little shake every hour or so.) Once it’s finished brewing, shake it and pour through a strainer into another jar. Add 2 tbs simple syrup, shake and pour into your favourite popsicle molds. Place into the freezer and wait patiently.
Icy things for a teething
toddler are always great. But what about the teething toddler’s parent? Surely
this person needs a special treat as well. And wait. What about the teething
toddler’s parent’s friends and neighbours? And their friends and neighbours?
All of these people clearly need icy treats.
These popsicles are
just that…they are dark and fruity, sweetly spiked, and not the least bit
kid-friendly. The perfect treat to keep cool…both temperature-wise and
Remember to share them with your
friends and neighbours.
Crimson Berry Sangria
750 mL sweet red wine
2 cups cold-brew Crimson
2 apples, cored and
2 oranges, sliced (peel
1 cup sliced pineapple
¼ cup simple syrup
Pour the wine into a
saucepan and bring to a simmer over medium heat, reducing to 2 ½ cups. Add the
rest of the ingredients while the wine is still warm, place in your fridge to sit
overnight. Strain, pour into popsicle molds, freeze and wait patiently. Enjoy!