Berry tea popsicles are a great way to stay hydrated in the summer! These delicious frozen treats are so refreshing. Make them with a variety of your favorite berries for a vibrant summer dessert.
Summertime is here! Time to get outside, get in the pool, and enjoy the summer sun.
But if you really want to stay cool, you’ll want something cold and frozen. Popsicles are the perfect summer treat, and these berry tea popsicles are extra refreshing.
These are just the right blend of fruit juice, berry tea, and fresh fruit. Kids and adults love these frozen treats.
These tea popsicles couldn’t be any easier to make. They require just a few ingredients – your favorite berry tea, your favorite juice, and a mix of summer berries. That’s all it takes to make these easy vegan pops.
This popsicle recipe is totally customizable. Add more tea bags if you want, use different juice, add more/less/different berries…it’s all up to you!
Variations on this recipe:
- use different fruits – try cherries or raspberries
- use a different tea – try hibiscus, peach, or something else!
- use fresh watermelon juice instead of cranberry juice
How to make berry tea popsicles:
- Brew a few berry tea bags. Allow the tea to cool.
- Place some berries in a popsicle mold.
- Mix the tea with some fruit juice, and pour the liquid into the popsicle molds.
These are so fun to make and to eat! There’s nothing better than a nice refreshing ice pop on a burning hot day.
Where can I find allergy friendly tea?
Everyone’s allergies are different, but two brands to look into are Twinings and Numi Teas. Be sure to call the company and ask questions before you try a new brand or product.
More vegan ice cream and popsicle recipes:
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Refreshing Berry Tea Popsicles
Berry tea popsicles are so easy to make and are fresh and juicy for summer!
- 2 cups water
- 3 berry tea bags
- 1 ¼ cups cranberry juice cocktail
- 4 strawberries sliced
- ½ cup blueberries
Pour the water in a bowl, and microwave for 90 seconds or until steaming. Or you can heat your water in a teakettle - that will work, too!
Remove from microwave and place the 3 teabags in the water to steep.
Allow to steep until cool. Add the juice to the tea.
Divide the fruit evenly and place in a popsicle mold. Pour the juice/tea mixture over the fruit.
Place the sticks and the top on the popsicle mold, then place in freezer.
Let freeze for at least 6 hours, or until frozen solid.
To release popsicles from the mold, allow to thaw for 15 minutes, or run cool water on the outside of the bowl to make it easier to pull the popsicles out.
To store popsicles, remove from the mold and place in a ziploc freezer bag.
This post was published in May 2014. It has been updated.