Popsicles are refreshing in summer. And this popsicles made of lemon, lime and mint are a very refreshing recipe for a very refreshing ice cream.
Popsicles, are nice and refreshing in summer. I made earlier a watermelon grape popsicle, very tasty, but we were once again on to something new. And these lemon and mint popsicles are different for sure. They are made from a combination of lemon, lime and mint. Fresh, sour and slightly sweet. A thrilling play in your mouth that you haven't tasted so often before.
This year we spent a part of our summer vacation in Spain, and the ice creams had been a godsend. Of course I had my iced coffee, you can buy it over there (for making it yourself on a camping is a bit more difficult than at home), but in the freezer compartment these lemon and mint popsicles would have done fine. In theory, then, because I didn't cook much during this holiday. This had a number of reasons. I wasn't allowed to cook. No, honestly. Just before we left I had made two vegetarian dishes in two! days and in my male family that's a sin. So I was put out of my position as a holiday cook. Very annoying because now I didn't have to do anything for three weeks :-). So I really had holiday time this year. And I ate way too much meat. So I'm glad we get back to our normal rhythm. And I have to keep an eye out, that a vegetarian dish is possible in my family, but not two days vegetarian in succession (which can be seen as a progress because previously if I ever served vegetarian food it was a no go. We are coming somewhere).
It's a good taste!
Recipe lemon and mint
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Lemon and mint popsicles
- ½ lemon
- ½ lime
- 350 ml water
- 4 tablespoons confectioners sugar
- 10 leaves mint
- Squeeze the lemon and lime.
- Pour the water in the juice.
- Stir in the icing sugar with the juice until it's dissolved.
- Wash the mint and tear it into small pieces and mix it with the liquid.
- Pour the juice into the popsicles molds and cover that with a cap (in which the stick).
- Put that at least 3 hours in the freezer so they freeze well.