Strawberry Mojito Popsicles (Don’t Forget the Rum!)

By Kiersten | Last Updated: January 22, 2018

Strawberry Mojito Popsicles

Strawberry Mojito Popsicles
I picked up some strawberries and mint at the farmers market last weekend, so I decided to combine them with lime to make Strawberry Mojito Popsicles. Definitely feel free to go wild and add some rum to these strawberry mojito popsicles.

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Strawberry Mojito Popsicles

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A sweet, tart, and slightly minty popsicle.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 4 popsicles

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 c. ripe strawberries, quartered
  • juice and zest from one whole lime
  • 1/4 c. fresh mint
  • 2 tbsp. agave nectar (you may have to add more or less, depending on the sweetness of the strawberries you’re using)
  • Rum (optional)

Instructions

  1. Add 1 1/4 cup of strawberries and remaining ingredients to food processor and process until smooth. Stir in remaining strawberries. Pour fruit mixture into popsicle molds. Serve when frozen solid.

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I have been on a strawberry binge of late and this looks pretty darn yummy. Can I add rum? 🙂 I love an adult popsicle!

Mmmm…. these look super tasty! I would probably want to leave out the lime and agave (wouldn't need sweetener without the lime I'm guessing?), but it sounds delish with them, too!

I don't know how this is possible….but I have, at this moment, every single ingredient in my home. My husband just looked over and said, " Ooooh, how do you make those? " and I said, " Oh my gosh babe…we actually have all of this stuff! "
We're both so surprised and happy!

Had a tupperware pop maker years ago and never seemed to use it much but I think we were geared so much to freezing kool-aid drinks and real fruit never came up. Now as I get older and more health aware this sort of frozen treat sounds so good. As for using alcohol it acts as an anti-freeze lowering the freezing point (alcohol freezes at around -173 degrees F; water freezes at 32 degrees F) so too much and your pops would not set. In ice cream you can get a way with about 2 Tablespoons of liquor to a quart so you could probable sneak in a tiny bit for flavor and still get the pops to freeze though they might not be quite so solid. Might be an interesting thing to experiment with. If it will not freeze hard you could still have a nice slushy frozen drink.

I haven’t tried putting alcohol in my popsicles, but I know other people have done it with success. I think you’re right that it has to be a small amount.

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