Yes, I have more popsicles for you! It seems to be a hot summer for everyone and berry/fruit popsicles are just the perfect way to keep cool and refresh. It’s also a perfect sweet treat since it’s all berries with a little bit of honey. These popsicles are made with blueberries, some honey and fresh lemon.
Just like the big box of peaches that I have sitting on the kitchen counter, I grabbed a big box of blueberries while I was at the store. They just put them out so strategically and make them look so good at the store that I always fall for it. I’m like a fly that gets drawn to the fruit. I bring it home and stare at it for a while, thinking what am I going to do with all that fruit and berried before they go bad.
Popsicles seemed like a good way to go. These popsicles are so delicious and refreshing! I also love the fact that they are healthy. Did I mention how easy they are to make?
All you need is some blueberries…ok, a lot of blueberries! You also need a lemon and some honey. (Haha, in my head is sounded more like “hoow-neey!” I really don’t know why.)
*Little tip for getting more juice from a lemon: warm it up a little, may be 5-7 second in the microwave, and roll it with your hand on the counter back and forward a couple of times. More juice!!
Blueberry Lemon Popsicles
- 24 oz of fresh blueberries
- 1/2 cup of honey
- Juice from 1 lemon
- Combine all the ingredients in a food processor. Puree well.
- Split the puree among the popsicle molds.
- Cover the molds with saran wrap, tight. Poke very small holes right in the center and carefully stick some wooden popsicle sticks in the puree.
- Freeze for 5-6 hours.
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