We were such frozen treat connoisseurs and enjoyed all different kinds. We considered the creamsicles a very special treat. My favorite was the orange flavor. It was especially exciting when my mom filled dixie cups with juice and we'd chomp on homemade ice pops. And when the ice cream truck pulled in front of our house I opted for a berry cream popsicle in the shape of a foot that sported an embedded bubblegum toenail.
These Strawberry Pops may not be cream filled or may not even have a bubblegum toenail, but it is perfect for any kid...or any kid at heart.
fills 8-3oz. molds
1 1/2 pint of strawberries
1/2 c. confectioner's sugar
1/3 c. water
- Pulse the strawberries, confectioners sugar and water in a food processor until pureed but still has some chunks remaining. Pour half of the mixture in a bowl.
- Puree remaining mixture until smooth. Add to bowl and stir the two mixtures together. Pour into popsicle molds or paper cups. Freeze until solid (8 hours.)