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You really can’t mess up the humble homemade popsicle if you have a good mold. The recipes are endless, but with high-quality ingredients, you can create a gourmet treat in no time flat. These strawberry basil popsicles were the perfect way to usher in summer. I made them on Memorial Day and we enjoyed them with friends. I love that I can just whip these up in five minutes (maybe three if I didn’t have a four-year-old helper, but I prefer the help).
I’ve tried before to make homemade popsicles with the little molds that are sold at the Dollar Store. I had high hopes, but they just didn’t work and the frozen deliciousness fell off the stick. Wamp. Wamp. I was so excited to try the Zoku Classic Pop Molds and see if they worked better. I am here to report there’s seriously NO comparison. Everything I’ve made has turned out.
Popsicles are a really easy way to make allergy friendly treats. I’ve made dairy free coconut milk ones and orange creamsicle popsicles that were gluten, grain, and nut free!
- 3 cups of organic lemonade
- 6 leaves of basil
- 6-7 strawberries hulled and cut up
- In a blender combine lemonade, basil, and strawberries.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 8 hours or more.
- Enjoy in the sun!