This year it was a similar situation, I saw the cover of my Everyday Food magazine and just had to try out these popsicles. It seemed that last summer I was the only one who wasn’t trying making their own popsicles at home. So many great combinations were popping up all over the web, I have several saved to try myself. I decided to jump on the bandwagon, and buy myself some molds. You can easily use cups and popsicle sticks as well. These particular popsicles are extremely versatile since you are able to swap out the fruit for whatever kind you like. We ate these very contently on our walks around the neighborhood after dinner every night. Blair’s favorite part of the popsicle was the strawberry section at the top, I surprised myself by enjoying the yogurt (white) part the best. I absolutely loved the addition of the lime juice to each layer, it gave it a tangy and refreshing taste.
These are a bit time consuming, but definitely easy. Each layer gets a half hour freeze in between, I found that I was able to mix up the next layer and do some cleaning while each layer froze. These will make the perfect dessert for Wednesday or a little snack during all the 4th of July day fun. I will be back tomorrow with an updated BBQ staple for you all!
PS- Don’t I just have the best hand model? I offered to do it since I thought I was being annoying, but of course darling husband didn’t want me to steal his thunder. He likes seeing his hands all over Pinterest 😉
Red, White, & Blueberry Popsicles
6 tablespoons sugar, divided
5 tablespoons lime juice (from 3 limes), divided
1/2 cup full-fat plain yogurt
3 tablespoons heavy cream
2 cups blueberries
Source: Everyday Food