It’s a new month (rabbit, rabbit, rabbit) and I am very excited because September is National Blueberry Popsicle Month.
Who thinks of these things?
I get designating a month Hispanic Heritage Month (September), Baby Safety Month (September), even Better Breakfast Month (September). And it is almost conceivable that there would be Popsicle Month.
But an entire month specifically for blueberry popsicles? That’s a lot of blue tongues.
And it gets even weirder.
Seriously? Seems to me blueberries are double dipping.
Here’s my recipe for blueberry popsicles.
Blueberry Popsicle Recipe
Buy blueberries. If you grow them yourself, then go pick them. But you’re going to need a good quantity of them, so if your yield is anything like ours you should supplement.
Wash and sort blueberries. Taste some to be sure they’re good.
Taste a few more just in case.
Wonder if you have popsicle sticks. Think about it while you eat some more blueberries.
Realize there are only 6 blueberries left, and head to the store to replenish your supplies. While you’re there, buy Blueberry Popsicles.