MyPlate Blackberry Ice Pops

MyPlate Blackberry Ice Pops
MyPlate Blackberry Ice Pops

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La Cocina Goya

Making naturally fruity, refreshing ice pops is easier than ever when you use GOYA® Blackberry Fruit Pulp. Already mashed and seeded, the bright blackberry fruit pulp is simply sweetened with a touch of honey, and then frozen in molds. Easy enough for the kid chefs in your family, these ice pops are extra cool on the hottest summer days.

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1 (14 oz.)

frozen GOYA® Blackberry Fruit Pulp, thawed

½ cup


½ cup

GOYA® Agave

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Step 1

In medium bowl, mix together blackberry fruit pulp, water and agave, stirring until agave dissolves.

Step 2

Evenly divide blackberry mixture among eight 3-oz. ice pop molds. Transfer molds to freezer; freeze until slushy, about 1 hour. Insert popsicle stick into each mold. Freeze until ice pops are solid, about 3 hours more.

Step 3

To serve, quickly run bottom of molds under hot water before unmolding.

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Tip by La Cocina Goya

Make fruit the everyday dessert.

Serve baked apples, pears, or enjoy a fruit salad. Or, serve yummy frozen fruit bars instead of high-calorie desserts.

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