These Fruity and Refreshing Ice Pops Get Boozy When Rum is Added

By: Alyson Wyers - Aug 11, 2015
References: designlovefest & refinery29
Usually when you see a purple popsicle you assume it is grape-flavored, but these ice pops change things up a bit as basil and blueberry popsicles. Created by Eva Kosmas Flores from Adventures in Cooking and featured on Design Love Fest, the fruity recipe is extremely refreshing. To make a more adult version of the dessert, you can also add one or two shots of rum.

The ice pops are also easy to make and ideal if you are trying to beat the heat. If you want to recreate these basil blueberry popsicles at home, you will require tasty ingredients such as fresh basil leaves, blueberries, granulated sugar, honey, milk and vanilla extract. You'll also need a blender, popsicle mold and sticks.