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Throw Away All that Artificial Frozen Shit & Make These Spicy Lil Dimes

Updated: August 19, 2016
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LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger from Southern California talks skinny tips and tricks.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger from Southern California talks skinny tips and tricks.

I was instantly inspired when my friend, Erica, made fresh fruit popsicles. I modified her recipe a bit by adding different fruits along with sliced jalapeños. Oh, & since we’re on the subject, let’s discuss those damn jalapeños. Sometimes I can be oblivious- I have six million things going through my mind at once [ I’m sure most of you can relate ] & I’m easily distracted. While I was cutting those spicy little shits, I didn’t wear gloves. Yaaaa, & then I nonchalantly touched my eyes. Welp- couldn’t see straight for about an hour & let’s compare the burning to pouring hot oil on your face- it hurt…a lot. FML.

Point being: wear gloves when you’re cutting jalapeños {!!!}. Anyways, back to the popsicles: most frozen popsicles contain chemicals & most of the time, Aspartame, so making your own is a must. Plus it’s insanely easy!

+ Sorry that this post is at a odd time of day; WiFi is difficult to find momentarily.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger from Southern California talks skinny tips and tricks.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger from Southern California talks skinny tips and tricks.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger from Southern California talks skinny tips and tricks.

 

 

 

+ Spicy Fruit Popsicles

3 handfuls of pre-sliced watermelon [ w/ seeds ]

3 handfuls of pineapple pieces

1 or 2 sliced jalapeños, sans seeds

4 tablespoons of raw organic honey

 

Use a blender [ I prefer a Ninja ]. Add sliced watermelon, 2 tablespoons of honey, & half of the sliced jalapeños. Blend together. Pour into popsicle molds. Clean out blender and then add pineapple pieces, 2 tablespoons of honey, & the other half of the jalapeño. Blend. Pour into separate popsicle molds. Put in freezer for about three hours. This is the perfect summer treat & so tasty!

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  1. Casey

    Love it!! Just bought a watermelon last week per your grocery list, this will be the perfect way to enjoy with some of my dad’s homegrown jalapenos. love this and love you!

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  2. johanna

    Hello, first, you have an amazing blogg :) i know you liv in san diego but i gonna ask you anyway, have you anny recommendation in what to do in miami :)

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