Ice Creams, Kids recipes, Popsicle

ROSE MILK POPSICLE

Summer is here and we all crave for something cool and refreshing. This easy recipe with least ingredients on the go is one the quickest and fast recipes which even the kids can make with fun. I have a Rose Milk recipe on my blog, this is the same recipe which I have freezed in a popsicle mould. The syrup I have used for this homemade rose syrup which you can refer fro the Rose milk recipe. You can use store bought Rose syrup as well. Coming to the popsicle part, it is always fun and enjoyable and as growing up I enjoyed ice creams whenever we use to travel. My Dad would buy ice cream cups for me and my brother and what joy it gave, I just can’t measure. The saga continues and my hubby dose that work now, as he knows I am fond of ice creams.

The childhood period is the best part of like as all of us would be carefree and joyous all the time. The ice creams and popsicles that I might have enjoyed in my younger years are fresh in memory. I tasted one rose milk kulfi the other day which was totally enjoyable as it had gulkand added in it with lots of fresh cream. You can also try the same recipe with Roof Afza which is equally delicious. You can make fuzzy children who run away from drinking milk by giving a few of these this summer. You can create milkshakes by blending fruits and milk and putting them in to popsicle moulds and serve. The fruit juices can also be in to popsicles sticks. It is up to your imagination and creativity. Try out the cool recipes this summer and stay cool and hydrated.


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ROSE MILK POPSICLE
Prep Time 6 hours
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Prep Time 6 hours
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
persons
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Boil milk and reduce it to almost half the quantiy.
  2. Add sugar.
  3. Add rose milk syrup.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Pour it in the popsicle moulds.
  6. Freeze for 6 hours or until set.
  7. Serve chilled and enjoy it any time of the day.
Recipe Notes

Use full cream milk for best results.

Mix some rose water  in the milk for that added taste.

Add more syrup if you want it sweeter.

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