Recipe Directions

1. Mash blackberries. Mix with agave nectar if the berries aren’t sweet enough.

2. Add a little bit of water to help them get “icy.”

3. Pour into popsicle molds, and freeze for at least 6-8 hours.

Meganthevegan's Thoughts

By meganthevegan

Refreshingly sweet and rich blackberry popsicles.

Warning: It will stain your mouth!

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.

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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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