Creamy Whole Lemon Ice Pops

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These Creamy Whole Lemon Ice Pops are the perfect dessert recipe when you are looking for something cold and delicious. This creamy dessert is full of lemon flavor using a whole lemon including skin in the recipe idea. Fat-free sweetened condensed milk is used, along with whole milk and one whole lemon. You want to be sure and get the fat free sweetened condensed milk as regular condensed milk will be too creamy, and the ice pops won't freeze properly, the same goes for the milk you want to use whole otherwise the ice pops will be too icy. This lemon desserts recipes idea is easy to make, simply slice up the lemon into slices making sure to remove the seeds. Then place the lemon slices into a blender and add the condensed and whole milk and blend on high speed. You'll want to have the proper ice molds to make this cold treat, along with popsicle sticks. This is a lemon juice idea you will be sure to make again, quick and easy and so lemony good. This lemon ice pop recipe is a good idea any time of the year but especially delicious on a hot day. These lemon ice pops are creamy and use the entire lemon to include the skin lemon juice and the rind for an extra lemony flavored dessert idea.

There is something so irresistible about lemons, both the smell and the taste of this popular fruit that is used in a wide variety of recipe ideas it's no wonder they are one of the most popular fruits used in the world. When it comes to lemons, you can use the lemon juice, the lemon rind, and lemon zest in all sorts of food and drink ideas. Lemon juice can be used to make soft drinks, lemonade recipes, and cocktail recipe ideas. Fruit lemon curd is a spread dessert recipe and topping that is usually made with citrus fruit, such as lemons, limes, oranges or tangerines. Other curd recipe variations can include mango, and berries such as blackberries, raspberries, or blackberries. Fresh lemon juice, when added to water, can be a great liver detoxifier. You can feel good about adding lemons to some of your best dessert recipes ever.

Nutrition Facts for: Creamy Whole Lemon Ice Pops from Kirbie's Cravings

Ingredients:Fat free sweetened condensed milk, whole milk, fresh lemon.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving: Calories 170, Calories from Fat 43, Total Fat 4.8g 7%, Saturated Fat 3.0g 15%, Cholesterol 18mg 6%, Sodium 69mg 3%, Potassium 215mg 6%, Carbohydrates 28.3g 9%, Dietary Fiber 0.2g 1%, Sugars 28.0g, Protein 4.5g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 8%, Calcium 16%,Iron 1%

There are plenty of health benefits of lemon juice. Lemons are alkaline-forming once in the body and are a good idea to drink each day with some warm water. Fresh lemon juice added to water is said to help detoxify the liver. When you use lemons, there are plenty of healthy benefits. Lemons are high in iron, B6, potassium and very high in Vitamin C. Lemons are an extremely good source of Vitamin C, with lesser amounts of dietary fiber, iron, and calcium. Other benefits of using lemon juice are that the citric acid in lemons may help to dissolve kidney stones and calcium deposits in the body. Lemon juice is also said to have anti-cancer compounds, along with being good for the eyes. Lemon juice may help reduce inflammation in the body. Lemon juice may also help aid in weight loss and help to cleanse the body. Lemon juice may help to freshen bad breath, may also help to fight off viral infections and help to boost your energy. The list of healthy benefits from using lemon juice is abundant. This recipe for creamy whole lemon ice pops is just one of the lemon desserts recipes you will find on the "Kirbie's Cravings" recipe site. On this site, you will find all sorts of recipes to try from 30-minute meals, appetizers, Asian recipes, breakfast ideas, gluten-free recipes, main dish, mug cakes and so much more. *

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