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2 Frozen Treats to Keep You Cool this Summer

June 29, 2021
The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and soon, it’s going to be too hot to bake. How will you keep cool and satisfy your sweet tooth this summer? We have 4 amazing frozen treats to help you chill out and beat the heat.


Slushie Machine

Nothing says summer like a frozen treat by the pool after a long day of play. Recreate your favorite slushy treat with our Radical Red Cherry Slushy, brain freeze included. This slurp-able summer staple is packed with tons of delightfully sweet cherry goodness, guaranteed to satisfy any craving. So, save yourself a trip to the gas station and put on a big red smile!

cotton-candy-frozen-yogurt

Serene from House of Yumm makes a delicious bowl of cotton candy frozen yogurt! This recipe looks fun, tastes fun, AND it gets bonus points for being a healthy alternative to ice cream.

Pro-Tip: Before you freeze the yogurt mixture, make sure that it’s sweeter than you intend it to be. It will lose some of its sweetness during the freezing process.

When it comes to the summer heat, frozen treats are a must. They present the perfect opportunity to bond over recipes, reflect on summers past, and create new memories. Beat the heat with these sweet recipes that will keep your body cool, your taste buds happy, and your heart full.



 

6 Ways to Blow Your Guests' Minds at Halloween

October 6, 2019


With packaged candy getting all of the attention at Halloween, try some easy make-your-own treats using Miss Birdsong's Sweet Tooth candy apple kits to bring an unexpected twist to your next Halloween party!

1.  Healthy And Sweet

Balance out the heavy food items (looking at you, ranch dip!) with some healthy nut options like the Sweet and Spicy Candied Bourbon Pecans. They are perfectly pop-able while watching Hocus Pocus for the millionth time.


2. Wanna Know The Trick For The Best Candy Apples?...


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Tabitha Birdsong Miss Birdsong is a candy confections and taste maker. She is self-taught and has worked in the confections industry for over 15 years.

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