Got 30 minutes? Then you can make these quick patrioticly-hued, red, white, and blue pops, which are a perfect dessert for the Fourth of July. You can also make these a non-holiday cool treat using other berries or fruit in other colors.
The 'total time' field needs to be updated... the first two layers need to each freeze for 30 minutes, then once fully assembled for 6 hours. Prep time may only be 30 minutes total, but you won't be eating these treats in under a half hour!
The old "bait & switch", eh? It's very misleading to show a picture of a pop that is obviously not the result of making this recipe. That red, white & blue pop *is* very colorful & vibrant, but if you follow this recipe, you will clearly not end up with a pop that looks like that - unless of course you add blue food coloring to the blueberry layer, & strain the puree so there are no fruit solids at all in the pop. At least you included the video so we could REALLY see what the pops look like.