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Ice Cream and Blueberry Pops

This iconic, lip-staining treat matures into a creamy dessert-on-a-stick. Simply blend your favorite berries into vanilla ice cream.

  • Yield: Makes 14
Ice Cream and Blueberry Pops

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2008

Ingredients

  • 22 ounces (5 1/2 cups) blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon plus 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream

Directions

  1. Cook blueberries, lemon juice, and sugar in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until berries release their juices, about 10 minutes. Strain mixture through a fine sieve, pressing on berries to extract liquid. Discard solids.

  2. Refrigerate until cold, about 1 hour. Transfer to a blender along with ice cream, and puree until smooth. Divide mixture among fourteen 2 1/2-ounce ice-pop molds, and freeze until hardened, at least 4 hours.

Cook's Note

Pops can be frozen for up to 3 days.

Reviews (15)

  • Celina_Supperclub 27 Jul, 2014

    love making and eating popsicles especially in Sunny Singapore. But I have a problem taking them out of their molds ...any advice?

  • jillbjones 28 Jul, 2011

    These are delicious! If you want to recycle the fruit left after draining you can put it in your compost pile or better yet, mix it with lard and pack it in the small sandwich plasticware and freeze to give the birds and squirrles a feast during the winter months.

  • gerhartl 13 Aug, 2010

    Amazon.com has a wide variety of ice pop molds.

  • sunnie2009 24 Jul, 2010

    Bed, Bath

  • sunnie2009 24 Jul, 2010

    Bed, Bath

  • dorian 3 Jul, 2008

    POP MOLDS CAN BE FOUND ON LINE @ WILLIAMS-SONOMA,,,TOVOLO.COM (THE MAKERS OF THE STARS AND ROCKET POP MOLDS....WHOLE FOODS IN STORE, CUISIPRO.COM, SILICONEZONE.COM, TARGET.COM, THE LAND OF NOD.COM ,PRAIRIEMOON.COM (REALLY COOL SAILBOAT MOLDS). THAT SHOULD GET YOU HEADED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION!!! ENJOY!!!STAY COOL!!!

  • yanksgirl 28 Jun, 2008

    brylane.com The molds are big and they were inexpensive. Make sure you search for a coupon code first.

  • jammiejulie 27 Jun, 2008

    Martha Stewart has nice molds at Macy's.

  • bterriermom 26 Jun, 2008

    Sorry the post didn't go through properly. I purchased a nice mold set
    at Linnen's

  • bterriermom 26 Jun, 2008

    I bought a nice popsicle mold set at Linenes

  • stephaniekathryn 26 Jun, 2008

    I have been trying to find popsicle molds for several months...No Luck. I thought Martha Stewart had a show a year or so ago and they had molds but I never found them. HELP
    Stephanie

  • Suncere 26 Jun, 2008

    I'd sure like to find out where to purchase the molds for popsicles, the more adult size.. Does anyone have an idea where!

  • MegDomenick 26 Jun, 2008

    Does anyone know where these nice bigger ones come from. There are a number of recipies in the magazines and on line that use them and I would like to get this size, a little more grown up

  • mambrose 26 Jun, 2008

    I bought mine at Sur la Table. Tupperware used to make some too.

  • craftqn 26 Jun, 2008

    where can you buy the ice pop molds for these treats?

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