Okay, I realize I may be pushing it on the popsicle front. But there is (at least) one more popsicle recipe that I’ve been meaning to whip up for months and I just never got around to it. Until now.
It’s striped and involves blueberries (which kind of look like polka dots), so I’m hoping you’ll jump on the popsicle train with me one more time. Chu-chu!
Make these striped blueberry punch popsicles with four ingredients…
Ingredients and Supplies:
fresh blueberries, blueberry lemonade, pink lemonade, mango lemonade (or regular lemonade), popsicle mold (I use one from Amazon), popsicle sticks
1. Start by pouring a small amount of lemonade into each of the popsicle molds. The stripes are created in stages, so only fill the molds up about 1/3 of the way for this first one. I did a few popsicles with each of the three lemonades at the bottom, to change up the look from popsicle to popsicle.
2. Next, add some blueberries to each popsicle well and freeze until hardened (45-90 minutes typically).
3. Remove the mold from the freezer and add your popsicle sticks. Push them into the hardened layer of lemonade, so that they’ll stand on their own. Then pour a second round of lemonade in each of the wells, alternating the kind of lemonade in each well. Again, only fill another 1/3 of the way full.
4. Add more blueberries and freeze again.
5. Pull out the popsicles again, once the second layer has hardened. Add the last layer of lemonade in the last and final flavor to each popsicle. Add blueberries. Freeze until full hardened.
Once you’re ready to eat, run molds under warm water for 15-20 seconds to easily pop the popsicles out of the mold. And enjoy!
I may have had a little bit too much fun playing with the blueberries for this project. But there’s no way to know for certain.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
Clearly, I’m having issues with saying goodbye to summer. And I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that I kind of dislike fall colors and general fall related things (DIY wise) with a passion. Anybody else know where I’m coming from on this one?
P.S. My friend Brittany from The House that Lars Built posted some berry lemonade popsicles, a while back, that have edible flowers in them. Check those out here.
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Shared you in my Link Love!Aimee
Because yes. For reasons.Laura
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This looks super delicious, I’d love to try some!
Oh my goodness! I love this, I have been dying to make these and the time is coming to an end where it is warm enough! I think these types pops are so delicious, so easy and just the right touch when you there are things that you are wanting to hit the spot! Love what you have done here!
I definitely didn’t eat enough popsicles this summer! I think I have the same popsicle mold as you do, but I have a question… does it come apart for cleaning? I made chocolate pudding pops (delicious!), but it was a bit messy filling the molds (I piped it in using the cut off corner of a zipper bag, but it still got a little globby). I don’t want to force it apart and break the molds!Cindy G.
I personally have really enjoyed all of your popsicle recipes, and would be more than happy to see you post a couple of more. It’s been so incredibly hot, and popsicles just seem to hit the spot.
They look so nice and refreshing, not to mention healthy! Beautiful! Abi 🙂Abi
This look so beautiful and yummy! Great pictures.Sugar Sweet Style
These look so refreshing! I don’t want summer to end.Anna S.
I think more foods should be striped! I love these and I agree, thumbs down to fall colors! Long live pink!Kelly @ Studio DIY
Wow these look absolutely amazing!Lucy
After this post, I’m definitely making Popsicles this week. I think lemonade strawberries with a hint of champs!Yolonda j Washington
Mmmmz I don’t dislike fall, but it’s a wee chilly for me so far.
So yeah, I’d eat popsicles and shiver and drink cocoa and smile just about any day now.Gianna