Tupperware is not just for Grownups!

Posted by Trish Morris | Posted on 7:37 AM


I know. It is still WINTER and there is a storm coming (depending on what weatherman you listen to). So, lets do a little dreaming.... Summer, campgrounds, swimming, suntans, gardens, POPSICLES! You know, those awesome frozen treats everyone LOVES!

Right now, Tupperware's Lollitups are on sale for ONLY $12!  Now is the time to invest in some Summer Fun!  - heck, who says that Popscicles are limited to the Summertime!  Check out the video and recipes below.  If you would like to order a set or two of these, you can go to my site HERE

There are also other great deals ON SALE this month for KIDS as well! 


Strawberry Popsicle Recipes

Strawberry Cherry Lemonade Popsicles: Blend 2 cups strawberries, 3-4 Tbsp fresh lemon juice, 1 1/4 cups pitted cherries and 1/4 cup agave nectar. Pour in molds, then freeze.

Strawberry Blueberry Popsicles: Blend 1 lb strawberries, 1/4 cup sugar and 1 tsp lemon juice. Fill ice pop molds half way and freeze for 30 minutes. Then blend 12 oz blueberries, 1/3 cup sugar and 1 tsp fresh lime juice. Pour into the molds to fill, then freeze.

Strawberry Tangerine Popsicles: Blend 1 cup sliced strawberries with 1 cup tangerine juice. Pour into molds and freeze.

Triple Berry Popsicles: Blend 2/3 cup sugar, 1 cup blueberries, 1 cup strawberries, 1 cup raspberries and 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice. Pour in molds, the freeze.

Peach & Strawberry Popsicles: Puree 2 ripe pitted peaches, 1 cup strawberries, 2 Tbsp honey and 1/2 cup milk. Pour into molds and freeze.

Strawberry Apple Popsicles:Blend 1 quart strawberries with 1/2 cup apple juice. Pour in molds and freeze.

Citrus Popsicle Recipes

Kiwi Popsicles: Blend 8 peeled and sliced kiwis, 1/2 cup water, 1/4 cup honey and a pinch of salt. Pour into molds and freeze.

Honeydew Lime Popsicles: Stir 1/4 cup sugar into 1/4 cup water to dissolve. Blend 1 ripe, chopped and seeded honeydew melon with 2/3 cup lime juice and the sugar-water mixture. Pour into molds and freeze.

Lemon Raspberry Popsicles: Puree 1 cup raspberries. Pour into molds and fill the rest of the way with lemonade. Freeze.

Watermelon Lime Popsicles:Blend 2 cups chopped and seeded watermelon with 2 Tbsp honey and the juice of two limes. Pour into molds, then freeze.

Brothers enjoy a summer treat.  Photo from Shutterstock

Tropical Popsicle Recipes

Pina Colada Popsicles: Blend 2 1/2 cups chopped pineapple, 1/2 coconut cream, 1/2 cup coconut milk, 3 Tbsp shredded dried coconut and 1 Tbsp agave nectar. Pour in molds, then freeze.

Mango Popsicles: Puree 2 peeled and chopped mangos, 1 cup rice milk and 1 Tbsp honey. Pour into molds, then freeze.

Mango Coconut Popsicle: Blend 1 1/4 cups chopped mangos, 3/4 cup coconut milk, 1 Tbsp sugar and 1 Tbsp lime juice. Pour in molds and freeze.

Pineapple Popsicles: Blend 1 cup chopped pineapple with 1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice. Pour into molds and freeze.

Mango Banana Popsicles: Puree 4 ripe peeled and pitted mangos, 2 medium bananas and 1 1/4 cups fat free milk. Pour into molds. Freeze.

Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles:Puree 2 cups chopped pineapple, 3 bananas and 2 peeled oranges. Pour into molds and freeze.

More Fruit Popsicle Recipes

Apple Grape Popsicles: Mix 3 cups organic applesauce with 1 cup frozen grape juice concentrate. Pour into molds and freeze.

Watermelon Popsicles: Cut a watermelon into chunks and puree it them in a blender. Pour in molds, then freeze.

Watermelon Lemonade Blueberry Ice Pop: Blend 2 1/2 cups of cubed, seeded, watermelon with 1/4 cup sugar. Pour into molds about one third of the way and freeze for 30 minutes. Blend 1/2 cup water, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice, 1/4 cup orange juice and 1/4 tsp vanilla extract. Pour into molds over the watermelon mixture, and freeze. Then blend 2 cups fresh blueberries, 1 cup water, 5 Tbsp sugar and 1 tsp fresh lemon juice. Fill the molds. Freeze.

Apple Rhubarb Popsicles: Puree 2 cups diced rhubarb with 4 ounces of organic apple sauce and 2 tsp sugar. Pour in molds and freeze.

Blueberry Honey Popsicles: Blend 1 cup blueberries, 1 Tbsp honey and 1 cup soy milk. Pour into molds and freeze.

Chocolate Popsicle Recipes

Tutti Fruiti Chocolate Popsicles: Blend 1 large banana with 4 ounces low fat, unsweetened coconut milk. Fill molds leaving a little room at the top. Freeze for about 1 hour. Then add raspberries and chunks of dark chocolate evenly throughout. Add sticks and freeze.

Chocolate Coconut Popsicles: Heat 1/2 cup water, 6 Tbsp sugar and 1/8 tsp salt in a saucepan until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and whisk in 4 ounces chopped semi-sweet chocolate until melted and smooth. Whisk in 1 cup coconut milk and 1/4 tsp vanilla extract. Let cool to room temperature. Pour into molds and freeze.

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Butter Popsicles: Blend 2 large bananas, 1/4 cup creamy roasted almond butter, 1/4 cup water, 2 Tbsp cacao powder, 1 Tbsp vanilla extract and 1/4 tsp Stevia. Pour into molds and freeze.

Unique Popsicle Recipes

Avocado Popsicles: Mix 1 cup water and 1/2 cup sugar in a saucepan, bringing it to a boil until sugar dissolves. Let cool to room temperature. Then mash in 2 small avocados, a pinch of salt, 2 Tbsp lime juice to the sugar-water mixture. Pour into molds. Freeze.

Sweet Potato Popsicles: Blend the flesh of 3 cooked sweet potatoes, 1/4 cup apple juice, 2 Tbsp honey and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. Pour into molds and freeze.

Electric Green Popsicles: Blend 3 ripe bananas, 1 medium pineapple, 2 cups spinach and water to reach a smooth consistency. Pour into molds and freeze.

Cucumber Mint Popsicles: Blend 1 peeled and seeded cucumber, 1/2 cup mint simple syrup and the juice of 1 lemon. Pour into molds and freeze.

Red Bean Popsicles: Blend 1 cup of red beans, 2 cups coconut milk and 1 to 2 cups of evaporated organic cane juice. Pour into molds. Freeze.

Carrot Cake and Almond Butter Popsicles: Puree 4 large cooked carrots, 3/4 cup coconut milk, 1/4 cup almond butter, juice from 1/4 lemon, cinnamon, ginger, salt and a touch of honey.

FridgeSmarts 101

Posted by Trish Morris | Posted on 10:20 AM


So.. Tupperware has this awesome special going on.

This 4 piece FridgeSmarts set is ON SALE for ONLY $27.50.


When I first became a Tupperware Consultant, I just wanted to get discounted Tupperware for ME.  Well, how selfish of ME!  I soon became enamored with  my  Tupperware and decided I wanted to share it with the world!

That led me to my Modular Mates and to FridgeSmarts.

Modular Mates I was very familiar with... FridgeSmarts, not so much.

So, this is what I did.  I purchased strawberries and put them in a small FridgeSmart and left some in the original package and put them on a shelf in the fridge, and told the fam to LEAVE THEM ALONE.  In other words... "do not eat because I am conducting an experiment on "Food Rot".

Well, this is what I got AFTER 3 WEEKS!

I do know that we would normally eat strawberries faster than 3 weeks.  However, when they go on sale for $1.88 a quart, I buy two.  Typically, by the time we get to the 2nd quart, I am picking out white fuzzies.  (blech) and thus lost MONEY and an opportunity to be HEALTHY by eating my fruits and veggies.

After this successful experiment with the strawberries, I tried lettuce!... we were eating lettuce out of my large FridgeSmart for 4 weeks!   Nether a piece of wilted or brown slimy lettuce in site!   Bagged lettuce didn't last as long as the head lettuce I tore apart, but it lasted longer than had I kept it in the bag!

Incredible -  Knock me over with a carrot stick!!!

The below video is a lot of fun, but it does explain, in part, how FridgeSmarts work.  Enjoy.

This video shows some more - what it looks like in your fridge. 

Did you know that fruits and veggies can be classified into light breathers up to heavy breathers?   (I know, I grinned at that also).

Here is the lowdown - 
Refrigerate fruits and vegetables immediately in Tupperware FridgeSmart containers.

Dry Garlic, Mature Onions, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Winter Squash and unripe fruit are not recommended for refrigerator storage.

Fruits and vegetables are divided into 3 groups - High Breathers (leave both vents open), Medium Breathers (leave one vent open, one closed), and Low Breathers (keep both vents closed)

High (or Heavy!) Breathers include:

  • Artichokes
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Endive
  • Peas (including Snow Peas)
  • Spinach
  • Sweet Corn (dehusked)

Medium Breathers include:
  • Beans (including Snap Beans and String Beans)
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Fresh Herbs
  • Fresh Shallots
  • Green Onions
  • Greens (Collard, Kale and Swiss Chard)
  • Leeks
  • Lettuce, all types
  • Ripe Apples
  • Citrus (including Grapefruit, Orange, Mandarin, Lemon, Tangerine and Lime)
  • Ripe Pears
  • Peppers (including Bell, Sweet, Hot and others)
Low Breathers include:
  • Asparagus
  • Beet Root
  • Button Mushrooms
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Okra
  • Radishes
  • Rutabaga
  • Summer Squash
  • Turnips
  • Zucchini
  • Ripe Berries
  • All other ripe fruit not included in medium category
  • All fresh cut fruit
Although Tupperware works with the University of Florida and they have a lot figured out, here are some tips that you might find helpful:
  1. Try venting your mushrooms - I find they keep even longer
  2. Store cucumber at room temperature - you will find they do not go slimy. After a couple of weeks they may lose their color, but they will not rot even once they are cut. (I picked up this tip from a customer who has a produce store).
  3. Vent your cheeses keeping 1 or both vents open
  4. Experiment with 1, 2 or no vents open - find out for yourself what works in your fridge
Seriously - all kidding aside.

With the price of fresh fruits and veggies going up and up, and with more people growing their own, how can anyone not want to take advantage of  these containers!  

It is an investment pure and simple.

Contact me to order this special!  
Good until FEBRUARY 22nd!!!