POM-Berry Ice Pops

by Erin

You know how many people say “Kleenex” as the generic term for tissue? Apparently I say “Popsicle” as the generic term for ice pop. I just realized yesterday that Popsicle is a brand name and not the term for a frozen-sugary-fruit-flavored-ice block on a stick. I have never in my life called these things ice pops, so I will continue to call them popsicles but I used the correct term in the title in case I am alone on this one.

Yesterday was day 2 at the pool (the mojito fruit dip was a huge hit Saturday, btw), but at a different friend’s house. Different venue means different treats! The menu was pretty stacked, but who can deny a popsicle (I’m sorry “ice pop”) on a hot day by the pool? I actually considered making mojito flavored ones to create a theme for the weekend, but the actual drink was already being served. So I went with fresh berries, yogurt and some POM Wonderful 100% Pomegranate Juice instead. Great combination!

I also made a tropical fruit version of popsicles.


1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries

1/2 cup fresh or frozen blackberries

1/3 cup plain yogurt

1/3 cup POM Wonderful 100% Pomegranate Juice

2 tsp agave nectar (can substitute with honey)


  1. Process all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour into molds* and add top/stick. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
  2. Remove by dipping the mold in warm water briefly to ease out the ice pops.

*I used a Back to Basics Lickety Sip Ice Pop Maker. Makes four.

Source: The Spiffy Cookie original

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[…] required a little more work than popsicles I have made in the past, but were completely worth while. They really do taste just like blueberry cheesecake! […]

Maureen July 4, 2011 - 6:28 pm

This looks so good. So perfect on a hot day – until you dribble on your shirt. :)

spiffycookie July 5, 2011 - 7:42 am

That’s why there’s that thingy at the bottom – to catch the drippings!


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