Strawberry Popsicles

2
Cindi Bauer

By
@DomesticGoddess

These are "the best" tasting home made popsicles. These popsicles don't freeze hard like the store brand popsicles, but they freeze up enough to be eaten with out melting too fast, and boy are they delicious. It's just like biting into a fresh strawberry. I make these popsicles every year when it's berry pickin' time.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
14 popsicles
Method:
Blend

Ingredients

How to Make Strawberry Popsicles

Step-by-Step

  1. Place sliced strawberries in a blender.
  2. Add the sugar and water.
  3. Place lid on blender, and process until all ingredients are smooth.
  4. Pour strawberry mixture into (3-ounce) popsicle molds. (You may need to use a spoon to remove some of the foam that accumulates to the top of the popsicles. And after removing the foam, fill remaining popsicle molds with a bit more of the strawberry juice.)
  5. Place popsicles in the freezer, until they've firmed up completely. (I place mine over night in the freezer.)

Printable Recipe Card




Show 17 Comments & Reviews

Our Most Popular Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

Our Most Popular Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes


It’s our favorite meal of the year! We’re getting all giddy and excited to load our plates with green bean casserole, corn pudding, mashed potatoes, stuffing (and/or dressing), homemade rolls, cranberry sauce, and turkey. Below you’ll find our most popular Thanksgiving recipes to make your holiday dinner the best ever!

20 Holiday Stuffing and Dressing Recipes

20 Holiday Stuffing and Dressing Recipes


We don’t care if you call it stuffing or dressing, Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without this delicious holiday side dish. While we love mom’s classic recipe, we also can’t wait to try these twists and changes to the stuffing we’ve always known. These dressing recipes will have you coming back for seconds and even thirds!

11 Pumpkin Pie Recipes With a Twist

11 Pumpkin Pie Recipes With a Twist


Pumpkin pie is a classic Thanksgiving dessert. Typically flavored with fall spices (like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves), the custard pie is creamy and luscious. The version most aligned to what we think of pumpkin pie first appeared in Amelia Simmons’ American Cookery cookbook in 1796. Since then, pumpkin pie has evolved. Now, there are […]