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Pinapple, Cherry and Cayenne Popsicles.

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It is the HOTTEST summer in Houston ever. I mean, I should know.

There’s honestly no better way to beat the heat than popsicles. It’s honestly my favorite way.

I ended up with some really cool Popsicle molds, and I thought about this ViSalus mix I got from the wonderful folks at Body By Vi. Something that struck me was the AMAZING transformations people have made while using ViSalus, and the great mission the company has.

I ended up with the “Sweet Cream” powder, and I decided that I wanted to incorporate it into my popcicles (but seriously, you can do ANYTHING with it.)

That’s how I ended up with Cherry Cayenne Pops. So delish, and ridiculously appropriate for the summer.

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Check out the recipe below, and stop by ViSalus’ awesome Facebook page. You’ll be amazed at what they help people achieve.

 

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  1. We chose to make frozen fruit pops with our new molds. The kids helped fill up the blender and of course eat them. I did the filling and placing in the freezer. I am not only going to share pictures of the process and of course the enjoyment of their consumption, but the recipe we used as well!

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