Saturday, July 11, 2009

Cool Down With Creamsicles

Although now the weather is fairly mild, last week the sun was shining and I had to get out my fan to find comfort in me house.  I know it was time to start creating desserts to help cool me down.

This photo does not really give this sweetness justice.  The creamsicle has a mild sweetness, creaminess and really allows the flavor of the fruit you use to come through.  The first time I made this I used strawberries.  So yummy!  For this trial I used cherries.  I don't think you can go wrong with what fruit you use and you can get creative with what you add.  Maybe next time I'll try pineapple and coconut.


Cherry Creamsicles

1 Box Nori Silken Tofu (Firm)
2 cups Cherries (or fruit/berry of choice)
1/2 cup Organic Unrefined Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla

Blend all the ingredients together in a blender or food processor.  Pour the mixture into a cup, ice cube tray, popsicle holders and place in freezer.  Allow to freeze for several hours.  

2 comments:

Cassidy Lee said...

Yum! I made these last night with raspberries and nectarines- oh so good on a hot summer evening. Tasted almost like ice cream they were so creamy. :)

millie said...

finally made these! replaced the sugar with maple syrup. so i decided it was ok to have one for breakfast today.