Introduction: Simple and Easy, Milk-based Blackberry Ice-cream Paleta(popsicle)

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Maybe my favorite ice-cream, or at least, the one I like the most that I know how to make

Step 1: Ingredients and Tools

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Ingredients
Blackberries
Milk
Sugar

Tools
Measuring cup
Blender (or similar)
Plastic cups (to freeze the ice-cream in)
Paletas(flat surfaced sticks) or whatever other sticks you want to use in your ice-cream

Step 2: Fifth Step - Taking the Ice-cream Out, and Enjoying

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First, the blackberries
I use 250ml (around 8.5 oz, or about 1 cup) of blackberries
(mostly because that's what these little bags have inside them)

For the milk
I used 500ml (almost 17oz, or around 2 cups) of milk
I do consider that a 1 to 2 ratio is just perfect for this fruit, so that it is neither too concentrated, or diluted

And Sugar
this one can be a little tricky, since blackberries tend to be rather acid
I used 6 tbsp, (something like 1/3 of a cup)
to me, that is plenty sweet enough, though you can use a bit more at your discretion

Step 3: Second Step - Blend

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Now it's time to use the blender
WARNING!: do not introduce any spoons, or similar, and keep your hands and finger well and far from the blades

Pour everything into the blender, and press start button
Small warning: be careful to keep the lid on the blender, you don't want to end with blackberry-milk decorating all your kitchen

Blend till it looks well mixed

Step 4: Third Step - Pour the Mix

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Now, we use the little cups and pour the berry-milk mix into them
I do advise not to pour the mix to overflowing point, since, when freezing, water and similar tend to grow, and it could overflow

Since I bought 250ml cups (and I didn't fill them to the rim), I got a total of four Popsicle, you can get more if using smaller cups, or filling less of the cups)

Step 5: Fifth Step - Taking the Ice-cream Out, and Enjoying

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Now that the ice-cream is frozen solid, you might notice, it's also frozen to the cup
Not good... right?....

That is easily fixed

Just open the tap, and let the water run around the cup (just around the cup, not over the top)
This steals some of the cold from the ice-cream and makes a small layer of molten ice-cream between the cup and the ice-cream

And now just take your ice-cream out;
Either throw the cup away, or keep it to make more ice-creams later;

And enjoy your Ice-cream


PS: and if you liked it, please vote

Step 6: Fifth Step - Taking the Ice-cream Out, and Enjoying

Picture of Fifth Step - Taking the Ice-cream Out, and Enjoying

Now that the ice-cream is frozen solid, you might notice, it's also frozen to the cup
Not good... right?....

That is easily fixed

Just open the tap, and let the water run around the cup (just around the cup, not over the top)
This steals some of the cold from the ice-cream and makes a small layer of molten ice-cream between the cup and the ice-cream

And now just take your ice-cream out;
Either throw the cup away, or keep it to make more ice-creams later;

And enjoy your Ice-cream


PS: and if you liked it, please vote

Comments

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-07-24

Tasty! I love how it is dark at the tip and lighter at the bottom :)

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