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I always pictured you with blue hair... Don't know if I'm disappointed or what else.

 

 

 

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Cucumber, mint & lime pops

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These came out a bit on the sweet side as is but I've been keeping a small glass of rum in the freezer and calling this a faux-jito:

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Posted (edited)

 

a rainbow of fruit flavors 

 

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A friend sent me a NYT recipe for Creamy Lemon Pops With Basil.  There's no actual lemon juice in them, just the zest.  

The recipe suggests adding fresh berries so each one got a few blueberries.  

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I had some of that mix leftover so I puréed up the rest of the blueberries and made these Blueberry with Lemon Cream Pops

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Two more.  Used the rest of the blueberry purée from above to make peach & blueberry pops. I love the blueberry flavor and this is one of my favorite combinations.

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Also made these mint chip pops

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I made mint syrup from David Lebovitz's book Drinking French.  Due to a misprint, I used 80 g of fresh mint leaves instead of 20 g.  It's very green and very minty and it's what I used to flavor the milk/heavy cream mixture here. 

 

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