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Mash blackberries, mix with agave nectar if the berries aren’t sweet enough…add a little bit of water to help them get “icy”...pour into popsicle molds, and freeze for atleast 6-8 hours. DELICIOUS.
My roommate/friend said “THIS IS THE BEST POPSICLE I’VE EVER HAD…IN MY LIFE!!!”
*next time I’m not going to do popsicles, I’m going to freeze the whole blackberry mixture and scrape it with tines of a fork, to make a blackberry shaved ice dessert.
Enjoy!!

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Refreshingly sweet and rich blackberry popsicles. Warning: WILL stain your mouth!

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Holy Cow - Megan, i just went on your myspace and you have an incredible voice! I thought at first you'd have a very "sweet" voice, but i was amazed at how mature your voice was - very nice! I wish i had that kind of talent :)

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audrey - they're safari animals :)

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i agree. i have a similar recipe posted using strawberries (no water) and also pudding pops (avacado, agave and carob)... I love all fruit and whenever mine starts to get too soft, this is what i do :) great stuff!!!

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What are the handles on your molds of? Little woodland creatures?

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I live in OR and we have lots of wild blackberries. Now I have to buy molds. Great!!!

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