Nothing beats a great ice pop on a steaming hot summer day. These are loaded with raspberries and just enough sugar to bring out their flavor without being overly sweet. The lime zest and juice adds a bright tang. Mmmm. This is a dessert that grownups and kids alike love. —My Pantry Shelf
finely minced lime zest
In This Recipe
Wash raspberries and lime.
Put all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor or blender. Process until smooth.
Strain mixture and discard the raspberry seeds.
Pour strained mixture into ice pop molds and freeze overnight until firm.
If you do not have molds, you can use small yogurt containers, mason jars, or ice cube trays.
The bounty of each season is worth celebrating! Most of the meals I cook for my hungry family of four are based on whatever is fresh and bountiful in our yard or what we can glean from the yards of our friends and neighbors. The seasonal food we have in surplus goes into the canning jars. Even busy families can find time for fresh, homemade foods.