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Irresistible Ice Pops: Blackberry Pink Lemonade

By Fitnspicy @fitnspicy

I have many fond memories of eating popsicles outside as a kid, mostly store bought but I do remember making them a few times with my little brother and Mom. The homemade ones taste best! Turns out there is a whole cookbook dedicated to delicious ice pops. I was sent a digital copy to review and picked a few recipes that looked easy to make and perfect for summer.



I picked out a recipe for Pink Lemonade and Blueberry ice pops and made one minor adjustment to make it blackberry instead, for some reason Sam’s club was completely out of blueberries. But blackberries are just as good! It is hard to take pictures of a popscile, the one way I found was with my cell phone camera holding it. Sorry it is so grainy.


Irresistible Ice Pops: Blackberry Pink Lemonade


Blackberry and Pink Lemonade Popsicles

Irresistible Ice Pops: Blackberry Pink Lemonade

by A Fit and Spicy Life

Prep Time: 10 Minutes Plus Freezing Time

Keywords: dessert




Ingredients (Serves


  • 2 cups pink lemonade, chilled
  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • 1/2 cup simple syrup (1 cups water to 1/2 cup superfine sugar, heated until dissolved)
  • 24 blackberries


In a bowl combine pink lemonade, syrup and juice of 1 lemon. Stir to combine.

Place 3 blackberries in each popsicle mold.

Pour pink lemonade mixture into molds and freeze for at least 4 hours, but best when frozen overnight.

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Popsicle molds were really hard to find! We checked three stores and finally ended up finding them at a grocery store, the mold we found makes 8 smaller popsicles. The trick to getting them out? Run hot water over the mold for a few seconds. That seemed to help them come out in one piece with the plastic stick still attached.


Up next on this popsicle making adventure? Boozy Popsicles. Hello Mojito Pops. I can not think of something more fun than sitting outside on a hot summer day with a Mojito Pop in my hand. Now if you would put me in front of a beach in some exotic location I probably wouldn’t complain about that either

Winking smile

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