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Different Names of Ice Pop around the World

An ice pop is a water-based frozen snack. It is made by freezing flavored liquid (such as fruit juice) around a stick. The invention of the ice pops with a handy stick can be credited to a man named Frank Epperson. 111 more words

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8 Surprising Uses for Baking Cups

Cupcake Liners

If someone in your family has a sweet tooth and a knack for baking, it’s likely that they go through a package of cupcake liners at least every month. 311 more words

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Kitopia’s Silicone Baking Cups And The Rhubarb and Cinnamon Muffin

If you’re a cupcake diva then you’re going to love Kitopia’s Silicone Baking Cups!

We all need to do our bit to go green and if you’re a cupcake addict like me then silicone baking cups is a step in the right direction. 413 more words

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FRUIT AND VEGGIE ICE POPS

I love making ice pops from fresh fruit and veggies for the kids. It helps get rid of fruit that’s getting a little too ripe, gives the kids a nice dose of vitamins, and gives me “boo-boo fixers” and “teething pain relievers” ready in the freezer. 480 more words

7/11 Mont Blanc GariGari-kun Review

…because I can.

And because it was beyond delicious.

Just a little background for those who have no idea what GariGari kun is: it’s an “ice cream” brand that’s been around since 1981. 426 more words