FOOD + DRINK, FOOD presentation | August 12, 2010

Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops in Canelé Molds

baking tin popsicles

These orange-banana smoothie pops will be great for a summer brunch. You can improvise with your favorite fruit combinations. These fruit pops deliver a twist on a popular drink.

No need for popsicle molds to make stylish ice pops, simply grab a set of individual baking molds. The cannele mold pop create the best effects. I suggest that you get a silicone canelé mold because it will be easier to remove your popsicles when they are ready to eat. By the way, the right spelling for canelé is one n, not two.

SOURCING:
+ World Cuisine Non-Stick Silicone Canele Mold $20 USD at Amazon.com [affiliate link]
+ Orange-Banana Smoothie Pop recipe
+ photo by Tina Rupp – as seen on Country Living
+ via The Kitchn

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5 Responses to “Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops in Canelé Molds”

  1. Serve Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops in Canelé Molds for a summer brunch http://kim.tl/cP3d9n – thanks to @kitchn for this find

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  2. Really nice! RT @KimVallee Serve Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops in Canelé Molds for a summer brunch http://kim.tl/cP3d9n – thanks to @kitchn..

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  3. For this Texas summer heat, those look like the perfect treat!

  4. They look like a desperate stretch to use a mold for an unintended purpose. About 1/10 as appetizing as an actual canele.

  5. This is so cute