Monthly Archives April 2013

Spring has FINALLY sprung, and just in case you haven’t noticed, we are a little excited here at the LPP office!  Last week we featured some delicious recipes, and some fun accessories for keeping dry during April’s showers.  This week we have some spring cleaning tips, and gorgeous family photo shoots. Enjoy!

Photography by Melody of Melody Melikian Photography     Location: Agoura Hills, CA

From Melody ” I was lucky enough to first meet and photograph Sophia and Alexia on their 2nd birthday this past summer. We quickly became friends and I went home that day already envisioning their upcoming family shoot. With the help of their creative stylist/mom we planned the details and chose a location that turned out to be the perfect backdrop…They laughed, played games and danced under the sunshine as I snapped away in hopes of capturing moments they can share forever.”

April 26, 2013

Cherry Yogurt Popsicle Recipe

Filed under: Lifestyle, Notebook, Food

By admin

The Recipe: Meredith Steele from In Sock Monkey Slippers and we think this is the perfect way to kick off the weekend! Here’s to sunny Spring weather!

Cherry Yogurt Popsicles makes 10 3oz popsicles


  • 1 popsicle mold for 10 3oz popsicles (I’m using the Norpro Ice Pop Maker)
  • 10 popsicle sticks

I find frozen defrosted organic cherries are the best for this recipe. They are already pitted and have had time to release their juices. If you prefer, fresh cherries can substituted.

** I used White Mountain Bulgarian Yogurt for this recipe as part of an upcoming product review. The taste is tart and provides a fantastic flavor combination with the cherries. I highly suggest it but any plain yogurt can be substituted.

1. Place defrosted cherries in a food processor or blender. Process until smooth, about 1 minute.

2. To the yogurt, add honey and stir to combine.

3. Pour about 2 tablespoons of the cherry puree into the molds. Next, pour 2 tablespoons of the yogurt honey mixture into the molds. Repeat until the molds are full and you have layers of cherry puree and yogurt. With the end of a spoon or a chopstick, lightly stir the cherry puree and the yogurt until it just begins to have a swirled effect.

4. Place popsicle sticks in the molds and place in the freezer. Freeze at least 4 hours or until frozen. To remove from the molds, pour warm water briefly over the outside of the popsicle molds and then pull on the popsicle stick.


Currently in FASHION

Finding Inspiration

Animal Coats from Little Goodall

Marie Chantal Fall 2016

It has been cold, rainy and stormy around these parts, and what better time to break out the rain gear?! Below are the La Petite Peach, Editorial team’s favorite rainy day accessories. Also, don’t forget, April’s showers brings May’s flowers! I have started a little garden outside, and in a week or so I will begin to plant. Check out my favorites from Terrain and more!

Sam Edelman: Zip Back Trench Coat, Leighton: Pagoda Cane Umbrella, Floral, Bumble and Bumble: “Does it All,” Anthropologie: Cowboy Rain Boots, and Lancome: Extreme Lengthening Waterproof Mascara.

Hunter: “Andrew” Rain Boots, Sunday Afternoon: Maddox Cap, and Jack Spade: Rain Jacket.

Little Marc Girls Jacob: Girl’s Transparent Rain Coat with Red Trim, Hatley: Girl’s Umbrella Strawberries, and Hunter: Original Tour Wellington Boots.

Hatley’s: Blue Whale Umbrella, and Rainboots, and The NorthFace: “Tailout” Raincoat.

Giggle: Organic Striped Skull Cap, Maison Michel: Baby Chloe Rain Hat, Hunter: Infant’s Original Rain Boots, Gucci: Infant Edinburg GG Rain Boots, Bloom: Zen Rain Shield and  Bloom: Zen Stroller-Monochrome.

Whitney Farm: Organic Potting Soil, Hudson Valley: Flower Seeds, and Shop Terrain: Blackboard Garden Labels.

Pottery Barn: Found Watering Can and Bicycle Planter.

Shop Terrain: Wildflower Seed Bombs, Jute Garden Tote, All-Purpose Pruners, and Myrtlewood Garden Trug.

Esschert Design: Bird Seed Ornament and Shop Terrain: Lakeview Birdfeeder.