Saturday, 22 February 2014

Ribena Popsicle Recipe

Hello guys, Little Mini Makers are back again with a new recipe for little kids.
Since the weather in Singapore has been so hot lately, we decided to try our hands at making popsicles to cool ourselves down. 
We bought ourselves this really cute snowman Popsicle Maker at Tokutokuya (#02-18/19, Bedokpoint) for only $2.
This place sells most of their stuff at just $2, similar to Daiso.
We like shopping there as it's less crowded than Daiso and they stock a lot of Made in Japan products for $2 flat.
Once we bought our Popsicle Maker, we rushed back to make our Ribena popsicles. 
This recipe is so simple that anyone who can't cook, can make this!

- Ribena (2 tablespoons)
- Water (one cup)


These are what's inside the Popsicle set.
1. First mix the Ribena cordial with one cup of water.
2. Then pour the mixture slowly into the Popsicle Maker using a spoon.

 This is how the Ribena popsicle looks like.
This is Gwen enjoying the remainder of the Ribena after filling up the Popsicle Maker.
3. Put the Popsicle Maker into the freezer for at least 4 hours.
4. Take the frozen popsicles out of the freezer and Enjoy!

Our Ribena popsicles!

Yummy... Yum... Yum.... Lick.... Lick....

We hope you enjoyed making popsicles with us and it helped you to beat the heat!
Till next time, Adios!

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