Did you see the newest, special summer edition of Everyday Food? The issue that is almost the size of a regular magazine, instead of the small format, and full to brim with recipes and inspirations for eating well. And the popsicles. Easy peasy and delicious
First things first, get your hands on a popsicle mold. I've had mine for years and it's the only popsicle mold I could get my hands on (aka. before popsicles were trendy!).
Once you have your mold the whole secret is this: white grape juice. Just pick your fruit (we used 1/2 a kiwi, 3-4 strawberries, a dozen blueberries, and half a nectarine) and layer it in pattern or just shove it in the mold, depending on how pretty you want it to look. Then, slowly pour white grape juice into each of the molds, leaving about 1-2 mm of head space. Carefully put the tops on and transfer to the freezer where it should freeze for 6 hours or longer.
The baby loved these to beat the heat and I have just put a batch in that are 1/2 strawberry yoghurt with straberries and white grape juice layered on top. Can't wait to see what they look like.
What are you doing to beat the heat?