I recently posted 8 Cool Popsicle Recipe Books for Year-round Organic Ice Pop Fun. As you can tell from the number 8, there aren’t that many popsicle recipe books around. I did just see this recent upcoming title though…
It looks decent, though it seems slim on images – it says there are just 24 images in the whole book (weird right?). Here’s some info from the publisher’s page:
“These recipes eliminate the artificial flavorings and colorings found in commercial varieties and are actually full of healthy, wholesome ingredients — making them the perfect frozen delight for all.
These tantalizing recipes provide endless inspiration for everything from cooling off on the hottest of summer days to providing the perfect ending to a barbecue or an afternoon snack for the kids. There are classic and cool treats as well as dozens of recipes for innovative and enticing flavor pairings that take their inspiration from around the world — Mexico, Asia, the Caribbean and more.
Luscious photographs and recipes provide inspiration from chapters such as: Citrus Fruit, Temperate Fruit, Berries, Tropical Fruit, Chocolate, Fudge, Caramel and Cream Fudge, Soda, Yogurt Pops, Vegetable, Herbs and Spice, Classic Comfort Flavors/Surprising Pops, Coffee and Tea, Mexican Paletas and Carribean Ice Pops, Asian Ice Pops, and Celebration Pops like Layered, Fancy and Holiday Pops, Kiddie Pops, Adult Pops (with alcohol).
The author provides everything needed about making ice pops at home, from choosing ingredients to freezing and foolproof unmoulding tips.”
This title is slated to be released April 9, 2013, so keep your eyes peeled if you’re interested. To learn more about organic popsicles in general, read Organic Ice Pops 101.