Blackberry and Lime Popsicles

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Nothing tastes better on a hot summer day than fresh homemade ice pops. Sweetened with agave nectar, these blackberry popsicles are super healthy, refreshing and full of fresh berry and lime flavour.

  • 400 g Blackberries
  • 1 Lime, juiced
  • 1 tbsp Agave nectar
  1. Place all of the ingredients into a blender, and blend until smooth.
  2. Taste, and add more agave nectar as needed. Pour the mixture into popsicle moulds and freeze for at least 5 hours. Unmould and enjoy!

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67 comments:

Gloria Baker 26/6/15 04:49

Look delicious Angie!
I love blackberries:)

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faithy 26/6/15 07:32

Wow! These are perfect for our weather now! I want one! Blackberries so expensive here! Lucky you!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 26/6/15 09:06

Wonderful popsicles! I love blackberries and limes.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Medeja 26/6/15 10:32

Only 3 ingredients?! It's fantastic!

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fimère .b 26/6/15 10:33

très rafraîchissant je t'en piquerai bien un
bonne journée

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Liz Berg 26/6/15 14:06

Such a fun mold!!! And blackberry flavored??? SO yummy!!!

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grace 26/6/15 15:07

what a fun shape! i love the hue too--these are worthy of being called masterpieces!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 26/6/15 15:59

Hi Angie, Never seen the swirly shape before.........these look delicious!!!

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Monica 26/6/15 16:00

I agree! Homemade popsicles in the freezer is the best for summertime! Love your easy, healthy version here!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 26/6/15 16:12

What a great flavor combo for these popscicles. but seriously how do you get them out of your molds so pretty. mine look terrible but cheap container. Where did you get those twisty ones?

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Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 26/6/15 17:55

Love the simplicity of these popsicles!! I'm a huge blackberry fan so I know I'd love these!

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Angie Schneider 26/6/15 19:37

@Cheap Ethnic Eatz Evelyne, I got them from amazon. It's made from silicone, so pretty easy to get them out.

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Tricia Buice 26/6/15 21:25

Love the simplicity - and I bet that's what makes them good. Have you tried substituting honey for the agave? I adore fruit and especially fruit popsicles. Lovely! Pinning!

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CookWith Manali 26/6/15 21:36

so refreshing! love the flavors!

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Nazneen Hamilton 26/6/15 23:24

ooooh....these look delicious! One of my favourite ice creams a blackberry, I'm sure the popsicles would be just as nice :)

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Veena Theagarajan 27/6/15 04:32

interesting combo! love that shape too.. I am in India it is really hot! wish to hv this refreshing popsicles

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Beth 27/6/15 07:30

I've been hunting for ice pop trays, and I've decided that yours are perfect! Now if only I can find them in Canada....
What a simple, lovely recipe.

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Jasna Varcakovic 27/6/15 09:41

Blackberries!...I haven't see them in a long time; popsicles look amazing!

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Kelly 27/6/15 10:22

These are so fun, Angie! I love the cool shape! So true, frozen treats are the best on a hot day! The blackberry and lime combo sound so refreshing and delicious!

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Sophies Foodie Files 27/6/15 11:49

I made these lovely ice-pops & I loved them, so did my hubby Peter! Divine! xxxx

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GG 27/6/15 12:12

I love really fresh lollies. Great moulds too. GG

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Barbara 27/6/15 14:10

Such a cute shape for popsicles, Angie! Great recipe, simple to make, color is great and I know they'll taste amazing.

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kitchen flavours 27/6/15 16:00

Wow, such delightful pops! And I like the twisted look!

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Cathleen 27/6/15 16:23

These are gorgeous!! I love your popsicle molds :)

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Chris Scheuer 27/6/15 21:30

What a yummy combination of flavors Angie. I love those twisty popsicle molds too!

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Amelia 28/6/15 04:25

Hi Angie, wow.... love your popsicle. Look extremely good and I like the mold. :))
Good for refreshing cos we are having heat wave here between 32 to 34 deg c. Its' hot and humid.
Best time to indulge in ice cream. LOL

Have a lovely Sunday.
Amelia

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The Yum List 28/6/15 10:27

Wow! Beautiful yet again.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 28/6/15 16:51

Not only delicious but so pretty! What a great way to enjoy the fruits of the season.

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Eva Taylor 28/6/15 19:08

Not to mention how beautiful they look! Agave is a great ingredient to help sweeten and soften it up! I made a coconut and mango pop for my Hungarian relatives but I should have added agave because it wasn't nearly sweet enough.
Eva https://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 28/6/15 23:50

Wow these sound so refreshing, I love homemade popsicles so much better for you than shop bought ones.

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Kathy 29/6/15 00:21

Love that great mold! Blackberry-lime…they sound luscious!

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Chrissy Barua 29/6/15 01:07

Blackberries! I feel like they are the overlooked summer fruit. And I love the twists!

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Ritu Ahuja 29/6/15 04:14

Refreshing and delicious. Super super yummmmy :)

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Herbs Spices and Tradition 29/6/15 05:33

Very nice Popsicle with blackberry, nice shape and colour. I have never used agave nectar.

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kankana 29/6/15 09:15

Such a easy fun popsicle. Lovely flavor choice.

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Harriet Emily 29/6/15 13:31

These are stunning Angie, blackberry and lime are my favourite flavour combination and I love how healthy these are! Amazing how there's only 3 ingredients too - I will have to try these!!

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Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 29/6/15 14:32

What a stunning looking vibrant berry popsicles! Lovely recipe! :)

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Shashi Charles 29/6/15 16:26

YUM! I adore blackberries and would love these popsicles! And, I adore that twirly popsicle mold!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 29/6/15 16:59

I love the fact that these only have 3 ingredients. I am the popsicle freak so I know I would totally love these!

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Susan 29/6/15 17:03

So refreshing and I'm loving that swirl mould!

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Marcela 29/6/15 19:40

I'm sold! I totally love these refreshing popsicles! You just made my day!

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motherrimmy 30/6/15 04:48

Popsicles have become so popular these past two summer. I love it - they're perfect for kids and adults alike!

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Alida 30/6/15 08:38

Wow! What a fabulous contrast of colours. These popsicles are really seriously good with blackberries being is season now. Brava Angie.

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Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 30/6/15 11:12

The perfect little treat for summer that's nice and not too naughty! I love the little twister moulds too.

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Von 30/6/15 13:09

These look perfect for a hot day! Your popsicle mould is so pretty! :)

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Zaza@Simple and Delicious 30/6/15 15:11

I love blackberries! I would love to eat one right now! Your pics are fantastic :)

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Mary Frances 30/6/15 16:06

Homemade popsicles are the best! And these look super delicious. Blackberry and lime sounds like a match made in heaven!

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Nippon Nin 30/6/15 21:39

Impressive photographs! Whimsical Popsicle molds are so fun!

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Nadia 1/7/15 00:29

They look yummy and refreshing, perfect for this time of year! :) and they look so cute :D x

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Dawn Yucuis 1/7/15 04:06

I agree a popsicle is a great treat on a hot summer day. You are never too old to enjoy a popsicle. I love the blackberry and lime combination.

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mjskit 1/7/15 04:38

I love those popsicle moulds! I finally bought some molds a few months ago, but have never used them. These blackberries popsicles might just be what breaks them in.

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Koko 1/7/15 17:21

These look like a dream!! I had been thinking of putting blackberries and lime in my Yonanas soft serve machine! So refreshing for summer!

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Gina 1/7/15 23:57

Geez Angie! Couldn't be better! And the photos are fantastic.
Gina

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Geraldine Saucier 2/7/15 00:47

These pops look very refreshing. I have what I need to make some. Thanks for sharing:)

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Tessa 2/7/15 02:36

Gorgeous popsicles! I love those molds!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 2/7/15 05:36

Yummy! Perfect popsicles for summer! And I love the molds :)

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 2/7/15 20:24

Drooling over your amazing, refreshing and super yummy popsicle! Never have I've seen such fun and cute molds like these!

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Anne Regalado 3/7/15 03:47

Beautifully-refreshing and perfect treat for summer ! I wouldn't mind a pop or two ;D

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Jeanette 3/7/15 05:57

Love how these popsicles capture the essence of blackberries - beautiful!

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Cynthia 6/7/15 17:11

Oh my Angie... this is so perfect for the warmth of our Caribbean weather.

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Sharon D 7/7/15 05:55

This is beautiful, Angie! Ice pops are so in season right now where I am - humid weather! ^.^

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 8/7/15 05:27

Of all the foods we have growing here, blackberries are the most plentiful. I would like to try this... healthy way enjoy them without tons of sugar. L.O.V.E. your popsicle molds!

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Roz Corieri Paige 17/7/15 21:41

Oh my goodness, your popsicles make me smile! What a fabulous idea for a frozen treat to enjoy on a hot summer day! I love the popsicle shapes too! I'm sure the little bit of lime adds the perfect compliment to the blackberries! Love this Angie!!!!

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Sokehah Cheah 6/8/15 17:59

These look so appetising and I love your moulds, so cute!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 7/8/15 15:06

Angie, I love it! A new use for my new blender, and I just happen to have blackberries in the freezer and some limes.

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