No Bake Makery: Star Bursts Recipe & Giveaway


Although I love my New York City apartment, I have to admit that my kitchen can feel a little bit cramped, especially with three people squeezing in and out of it. Being right out of college as well, I don't really have that much experience with taking advantage of all my kitchen has to offer. So when I heard about Cristina Suarez Krumsick's new book (just released today!), No Bake Makery, I couldn't help but try out some of her desserts. None of her recipes require an oven which is perfect for the summer weather! Turning on the oven can heat up any kitchen and, fellow New Yorkers can agree, any extra bit of heat can turn your entire apartment into a steam room. And seriously, how can any of you resist these desserts after taking one look at them? 

I started off with an easier recipe that required less ingredients: Star Bursts. It's a very tart and yogurty popsicle recipe with a pop of sweetness due to the frozen starbursts. So perfect for those hot summer days! I treated myself to a Star Burst popsicle for breakfast this morning because I couldn't resist waiting any longer to try one. And hey, it has yogurt and orange juice...both of which are breakfast foods. That counts, right?


And guess what the best news is? You guys have a chance to win a copy of your own! Complete your entries in the rafflecopter box down below. In the meantime, be sure to visit Cristina's blog for another chance to win (and for a million more delicious recipes)!

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5 comments

  1. daspinkfreudianMay 7, 2013 at 6:32 PM

    Mmm,yummy!! Will definitely need to try this recipe :D!

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  2. These look AMAZING!!! I am going to try to find the recipe online, but if I can't I may be bugging you for it :) This reminds me, must buy icepop trays!
    Thanks Jen :)
    xo Hannah

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  3. YUM! This looks great! I have the perfect molds for it too :) xx

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