Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Eat It - Marbled Frozen Mousse Pops

Here in Austin, summer is still in full swing and it is HOT outside! What better way to cool off than tasty frozen treats? But with 100°+ temperatures, our frozen treats don't last long before they turn into a drippy mess. That is where push pop molds come in super handy. A portable container that keeps the drips in check is a necessity in the hot Texas sun. Today I want to share my super simple recipe for marbled frozen mousse pops. Because what better way to celebrate summer than with marbled frozen treats?

DIY Marbled Frozen Mousse Pops - easy alternative to popsicles and ice cream - no melt - marbled effect - food coloring - no drip ice cream mousse recipe - how to make pretty desserts and popsicles for summer fun with the kids - party food ideas


While these marbled mousse pops may look complicated, I really aren't thanks to one magical product. Follow along below to find out how you can make your own marbled frozen mousse pops.
The Supplies:
Make your mousse and fill your piping bag fitted with the large round tip with the mousse.


Begin by opening your push pop containers and spraying bits of the food coloring on the sides of the container. You just want a few scattered spots, so don't feel like you have to coat the inside of the container. Try several different colors for a fun rainbow effect.


Once you have added a few sprays of food coloring, use your piping bag to fill the push pop container with mousse by pushing the mousse around the sides of the container in a circular motion while working your way to the top. Think of it as a similar motion to filling an ice cream cone with soft serve ice cream. That circular motion pushes the mousse against the food colored sides of the container creating the marbled effect.


 That's it! These mousse pops can be enjoyed as is, or pop them in the freezer for a frozen treat.


I stuck with pink and orange for my pops, but I can't wait to get yellow and blue food coloring spray and try to create a rainbow look. If you make your own marbled frozen mousse pops, be sure to share your photos with me on social media by tagging your creations #mykailochic. Now I must go dive into these! Yum!

DIY Marbled Frozen Mousse Pops - easy alternative to popsicles and ice cream - no melt - marbled effect - food coloring - no drip ice cream mousse recipe - how to make pretty desserts and popsicles for summer fun with the kids - party food ideas

DIY Marbled Frozen Mousse Pops - easy alternative to popsicles and ice cream - no melt - marbled effect - food coloring - no drip ice cream mousse recipe - how to make pretty desserts and popsicles for summer fun with the kids - party food ideas




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