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Berry Cream Popsicles

June is National Dairy Month and this week some foodie friends and I will be sharing lots of recipes to celebrate. I'm kicking things off with one of my favorite cool treats, popsicles!


I found Cindy R's recipe for Blueberry Cream Pops on the Taste of Home website.  Since it's strawberry season here I decided to add those as well. I have simple syrup in the fridge because I use it in my cold brew coffee, but if you don't you need to plan time to make it and let it cool. 

I added the chopped berries, simple syrup and heavy cream to a glass measuring cup because I knew it would be easier to pour into the molds that way.

I've got 3 sets of these molds, I just love them.  If you don't have molds you can definitely go old school and use cups and popsicle sticks.

You want to fill them right up to the top and I tossed in a few more berries for good measure.  Pop the handles in and then freeze.  We were in and out of the freezer a lot that day, so I let mine go overnight.

To unmold the pops I run them under some barely warm water.  If it doesn't slide out I do it again.  You don't want to force them out of the molds because the handle will come lose and the pop will stay inside the base.

These really hit the spot on those hot summer days!  I can't wait to try them again later in the season with some of our blackberries! Be sure to go and check out the other bloggers recipes by clicking the link down below and come back on Wednesday and Friday for more National #DairyMonth recipes!

 

Berry Cream Popsicles

Berry Cream Popsicles
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal

Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • 2/3 cup water
  • 2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries, thawed
  • 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 8 freezer pop molds or 8 paper cups (3 ounces each) and wooden pop sticks

Instructions

  1. For sugar syrup, in a small saucepan, combine sugar and water; bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve sugar. Cool completely.
  2. Meanwhile, in a bowl, coarsely mash blueberries; stir in cream and sugar syrup.
  3. Spoon into molds or paper cups. Top molds with holders. If using cups, top with foil and insert sticks through foil. Freeze until firm.
  4. To serve, let pops stand at room temperature 10 minutes before unmolding or run them under warm water.
berries, popsicle, cream
Dessert, Cool treats, kid friendly
American


 

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Monday #DairyMonth Recipes

  • Asiago Cheese Bagels by Karen's Kitchen Stories
  • Berry Cream Pops by Jolene's Recipe Journal
  • Broccoli Cheese Casserole by Art of Natural Living
  • Gochujang Paneer Bowl by Magical Ingredients
  • Lemon-Blueberry Cheesecake Shake by A Little Fish in the Kitchen
  • Macaroni Salad Caprese by Palatable Pastime
  • Milk Cookies by A Day in the Life on the Farm
  • No Churn Blueberry Ice Cream by Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks
  • One Pot Garlic Parmesan Chicken Pasta by Hostess At Heart
  • Pimento Cheese Mac and Cheese by A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures
  • Reese Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream by Blogghetti
  • Slow Cooker Cream Cheese Chili Chicken by Cheese Curd In Paradise
  • S’mores Ice Cream by Jen Around the World
  • Summer Fruit Tortillas by The Freshman Cook
  • Vanilla Bean-Nutmeg Milkshake with Blackberry Swirl by The Spiffy Cookie
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    Comments

    1. A delicious way to give your family a treat that you know is healthier for them than store bought.

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      1. How fun! Whatever happened to yummy stuff we make at home?

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    2. These look amazing. I happen to have that popsicle mold and I will be making these.

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    3. What a delicious berry ice pop.

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    4. Those popsicles look so creamy and delicious!

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    5. THese look so yummy and healthy! Making LOTS of popsicles is a big summer goal for me.

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    6. I can't wait to make these. I will be living off of them this summer!

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    7. Berries are my favorite. Using the fresh berries and making a popsicle is the best idea for this season. The temperature is hitting 3 digits and I would love to have a few of these popsicles!

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    8. I been wanting to buy some mold for homemade popsicles, this will be the first recipe I try! They look so creamy and good!!

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    9. I been wanting to buy some mold for homemade popsicles, this will be the first recipe I try! They look so creamy and good!!

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      1. Excellent recipe, Cindy! So glad you shared it!

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    11. My kids will be all over these berry pops! Perfect for summer.

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    12. I LOVE popsicles! I haven't made any in a while. I'll have to pop these in the freezer soon!

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