Happy Monday everyone! In particular to me, because it is going to be my happiest monday in a while.
I’m back to school in a week, so I’ll have to say goodbye to my early morning runs and blogging, which will be now replaced with homework and exams. That’s so cool, right? #no
But don’t be sad guys, that doesn’t mean I’m going to give up writing here and reading all your blogs. Not at all. I love working on my blog, and I adore reading each one of your blogs and commenting and stuff… and I’m not going to stop doing it. I’ve just got to find the time to cook, shoot, write, read, comment, pin (because I love pinning, I’m not planning on giving that up either!), train for a half-marathon, and get good grades… it’s going to be hard, I tell you. But I hope at least it is worth it.
Why am I telling you all of this? Well, even though I’ll keep on posting, I won’t be able to spend here the amount of hours I’m used to… I just wanted to let you know that. And you’d better expect a lot of easy, quick recipes, which will be all I will have time to cook.
Like this one, which is so easy that I shouldn’t be allowed to call it a recipe. Two ingredients and two minutes of hands-on time are all that is needed to make these lovely refreshing treats. Yeah, refreshing: I’m not planning on giving up summer cooking for the moment either. I love summer too much and I don’t really care if I have to eat these pops under my blankets… They’re way too good to miss them!
Don’t worry anyways, I have a lot of cozy fall recipes coming for you soon… I do love fall baking, it’s just that I prefer frozen treats!
Back to these pops: they are a nice treat to have when the craving for something sweet hits. Granted, they’re not the healthiest guys in town, but they certainly could be much worse… But the easy clean-up (just one bowl!) and their deliciousness certainly make up for that!
I can foresee these being my afternoon snack on hectic exam weeks… which I hope that makes the whole back to school business a little bit easier.