To me the best popsicles are fresh ones with chunks of real fruit. Although I've never frozen a homemade version, it's really not that hard to do. With the right kitchen tools - a food processor, fine mesh strainer - and a few cheap super market add ons - dixie cups and popsicle sticks - you can have a tasty and refreshingly cool summer treat. Not a fan of watermelon? Substitute your favorite red fruit - such as strawberries or raspberries - for the melon. This recipe is not difficult, it's just time consuming, so be sure you are not in a rush when you go to make these red, white, and blue treats. It also makes for a great project with children! To add the recipe to your favorites read more
To me the best popsicles are fresh ones with chunks of real fruit.