Refreshing, raspberry green tea popsicles, are made with 3 ingredients! This is an amazingly healthy popsicle!!
No dyes. No preservatives. All natural popsicles.
Raspberry green tea popsicles.
Start your summer, with these popsicles. Made with real fruit, fresh brewed green tea, and sweetened with honey. Such a simple and healthy list of ingredients. Toss the ingredients into your blender, and pour into popsicle molds. You can strain the seeds, before freezing. I didn’t mind the seeds. You get this beautiful deep red color, without any dyes.
Grab the popsicle molds and get ready for summer! I like to remove the frozen popsicles from the molds, and wrap in a sandwich baggie. I place them inside an empty cereal bag, and place back in freezer. This method helps keep the popsicles fresh. I save the empty cereal bags and use them for storing food. I learned this, from one of my Aunts. Empty cereal bags are thick and sturdy. They hold up well, in the freezer.
Raspberries and green tea:
I have beautiful raspberry bushes, growing in our garden. I still have some raspberries in the freezer, from the last crop. That means, we will be having lots of raspberry popsicles! Plus, raspberries are such a healthy fruit. Full of antioxidants and anti-cancer benefits. Not to mention, high in vitamin C, and fiber. Plus, packed with other beneficial vitamins and minerals.
Many of us, already know that green tea is extremely healthy. Green tea has been labeled, one of the healthiest drinks. It’s also full of antioxidants and anti-cancer benefits. And has a long list of reasons, why it’s great for your body!
Raspberry Green Tea Popsicles – Makes 4 – 6 popsicles (This will depend on your popsicle molds.)
- 1 1/2 cups fresh brewed green tea (cooled)
- 1 1/2 cups frozen raspberries (fresh is fine)
- 1/3 cup of honey
Step One: Pour cooled green tea in the blender. Along with the raspberries and honey. Blend until all the ingredients become a liquid. (*Optional – You can stain the liquid to remove seeds. Use a fine mesh strainer, over a large bowl. Pour liquid into strainer, and allow the liquid to strain out.) Pour into popsicle molds. Place the tops on molds and freeze. Freeze over-night, or until completely frozen. Enjoy!
Get in the kitchen, and freeze up some memories!
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