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Deborah S. July 27, 2015
Sounds great... Just prepared my Rosemary syrup. Only change I'll make is keeping the pulp and ditching the seeds.
Annabelle July 8, 2013
I didn't have rosemary, so I used linden blossoms instead which worked out beautifully.
Tashipluto July 1, 2013
I made these with freshly picked mulberries and vanilla yogurt and stuck them in the freezer overnight. They disappeared by noon! Yum!
NYanne June 26, 2013
2 questions: is vanilla sugar something you buy or make? Are popsicle molds easy to find?
Jamey May 29, 2013
I hate to buy popsicle molds when I'll seldom use them, could you just put the ingredients in a pan and freeze?
Amanda H. May 29, 2013
You could yes -- another method would be to buy small paper cups and use them as popsicle molds.
snideproject June 26, 2013
Or use an icecube tray! Wrap tightly with saran wrap, then poke wooden popsicle sticks thru the plastic into each one, they'll stay in place while freezing.
[email protected] September 11, 2011
could you swirl the mixtures instead of layering them?
cindy_perkins_marlow September 6, 2011
You had me at the rosemary infused simple syrup...
TiggyBee August 5, 2011
I just made blueberry popsicles with my sweet little Nephews this last weekend!! Now, If i could only get my hands on that boozy watermelon lemonade, my life would be perfect!
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