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Recipe: Delicious Easy Strawberry popsicle

Easy Strawberry popsicle. This is my super easy recipe for homemade strawberry popsicles, made with only pure fresh strawberries (no sugar or water added). The weather in the Seattle area has been amazingly warm and sunny this month. You will need popsicle molds to make this Strawberry Popsicle Recipe.

Easy Strawberry popsicle If you need a set of molds, they are pretty inexpensive. Just order the one you prefer. Easy and fast to put together. You can have Easy Strawberry popsicle using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Easy Strawberry popsicle

  1. It's 8-10 of strawberries washed and cut in to half.
  2. Prepare 3/4 glass of milk.
  3. Prepare 1/4 cup of cream.
  4. Prepare 3-4 teaspoon of sugar(if need more sweeter add sugar to your taste).
  5. You need of Popsicles mould.

Freeze it to get a popsicle or when it's half frozen, drink it with a straw. I'm not sure how many it makes, it depends on the size or the popsicle moulds. The amount of sugar and lime can be increased or decreased. Sweet strawberries pureed to make homemade strawberry popsicles is one of the most refreshing summer treats we enjoy!

Easy Strawberry popsicle step by step

  1. In a blender take strawberries, milk, cream and sugar grind it to smoothie consistency.
  2. Pour it to popsicle mould.
  3. Keep the popsicles in the freezer for atleast 4-5 hours.
  4. Serve chill.

This loosens the frozen popsicles, so that they release easily when pulled out of the molds. Strawberry Spinach Salad Looking for a cheap alternative to pricey store-bought popsicles? Then, try making this easy strawberry version in the comfort of your home for very little money. In addition to being less expensive than store-bought popsicles, you can control the sugar content for a healthier spin on a popular year-round treat. I bought myself a new Popsicle maker and decided to try it out.

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