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Make Vegan Mango Pudding Pops Everyone Will Love

So you know, I'm going to be refreshing my Project Workspace from the TOP, so you don't have to scroll down to see the newest post.

POPS ROUND TWO:

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this is my second batch of pops. I got a new popsicle mold that makes using two flavors WAY easier. It allows you to let the popsicle stick freeze solid into one flavor, then when you want to put the next flavor in, there's no base to get in your way, like there is with the plastic popsicle sticks.

I unwittingly made two sizes of popsicle, in that I ran out of pudding and so some had to be shorter. But I kind of like the shorter ones better, because A. the two flavors are more equal in size, and B. there's more room on the popsicle stick for your hand to hold onto.

Oh also I messed up the tapioca step the first round, but didn't realize what I did wrong (didn't know to soak the pearls overnight before using them, DUH) until I'd already started making the second batch, and it was too late because i'd already started cooking the ingredients so i just left the tapioca out. But POPS ROUND 3 is going to be the best because it will have everything.

Just uploaded my class outline, too: here it is: http://bit.ly/29xumVx

Thanks for any feedback!

 POPS ROUND 1:

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It's hard to find fun, delicious, vegan desserts, that aren't too processed, or don't take a ton of effort in the kitchen. I adapted this recipe from a recipe I found in the China Study Cookbook, so you know every ingredient is good for you. 

As soon as I complete my first kitchen experiment, I'll have a photo or two to upload. Excited to get started teaching a Skillshare Class!

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