Cuteness Overload Japan gets very hot in the summer. There is a lot of humidity so I think it's hotter than Philippines because there is barely a breeze to be felt.

One of the ways to tolerate the heat of Summer is eating cold dishes. I was delighted to see those freezer-pop things available in stores. They are so cute and come in many varieties and sizes, making it the perfect frozen treat for all ages.

Here are the cool Ice molds that I bought from Plaza

Ice case (¥300~)
Freeze Pop (¥525)

I remember when I was a kid,  we used to buy ice candies and eat them while we play. I love the coconut and melon flavor. Sometimes, our caretaker, Apo Lisa would help me  make our own ice candies in small plastic packs, usually in chocolate and orange flavors. I have  lots of  fun Ice candy memories when I was young.

SO Now,

it's my turn to make Ice Candy memories to our kawaii princess, starting this year.

Honey bought this, melon flavored Sherbic (not sherbet). It's so easy to make. Just put the powder in bowl, add 400ml water, or 300ml milk instead for creamier taste, shake and VIOLA! Fill in your cutie Ice mold / freeze pop mold. Freeze for approximately 3 hours

Sherbic available in groceries ¥100~ (forgot the exact price)

It may not be in a plastic packs but still the thrill of eating/licking a fruity sweety flavored ice cold candy on a sunny day is like being in an icy pop heaven.

Mmmmm YUMMY! おいしいい。。。。 It was my first time also.

There’s nothing like a fruity, icy treat to beat the heat even inside our temperature controlled home.


How do you beat the heat of summer in your place?


♥ ~ ♥ ~ ♥

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16 kawaii thoughts:

Jellybelly said... [Reply to comment]

Those are cute! Kids will love whatever you feed them in that :)

Mel Cole said... [Reply to comment]

Here goes mommy bambz and her creativeness :-) I always smile when I visit your blog coz eveything is just so neat. Those ice cream molds are neat.

Mel Avila Alarilla said... [Reply to comment]

Anzu seemed to relish the frozen sherbic you prepared for her. It is amazing how temperature in Japan can be so hot and humid, hotter than in the Philippines. Such extreme cold and hot weather could adversely affect one's health. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Jean Soo said... [Reply to comment]

wah, kawaii neh!! hehe
coconut & melon ice cream sounds yummy!! :)

Jean Soo said... [Reply to comment]

and azumi looks so cute! *hugz*

arvin said... [Reply to comment]

enjoy your summer..

Cielo of Brown Pinay said... [Reply to comment]

Homemade popsies is not only fun to do but healthy too..

BTW Your daughter is so pretty para syang japanese cutie doll...

Yum Yum....Mine is up at FTF No. 21. Hope you can visit back...

rovie said... [Reply to comment]

truly a delight during hot season...

peachkins said... [Reply to comment]

Syempre..ice candy at mamang sorbetero!

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks Mommy Mel :) hugs to your little cutie angels :)

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Wala na ba yung jollytoes.com mo? Been trying to visit there..

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Hi Sir Mel :) Extreme po ang weather pag 4 seasons. Nung una po, di ako sanay. You're right, kaya uso ang sakit pag changing seasons and thank God, di pa naman po nagkasakit ng grabe si Azumi. God bless. Thank you po.

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you my dear :)

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you Mommy Ciel :) sya ang barbie doll ko sa bahay haha..

Pearl said... [Reply to comment]

Oh I miss eating ice candy! :) I like your cute bunny pop molds, I wonder where I can buy those here. Your lovely daughter looks like she's enjoying them!

Please check my post for this week: Homemade Salt and Pepper Potato Chips
Much ♥,

A Woman's Note said... [Reply to comment]

Awww..ang cute ng mga design and color...give me some princess Anzu...

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