3-Ingredient Bramble Sorbet Icicles

Those ice pops are very easy to make with just 3 ingredients: some frozen fruits, sugar and water.

home made fruit sorbet popsicles


  • 1 cup of hot water
  • 4 tbs caster sugar
  • 150 – 200 g frozen bramble fruits such as raspberries, blackberries, black raspberries or loganberries (about 1½ cup)

mixed berry popsicles homemade fruit icicles


  • mould for 6 icicles / popsicles – standard size (about 100 ml each)
  • blender

icicle mold mould molds


  1. Dissolve sugar in water and let it cold down.
  2. Then place sweetened water and fruits in a blender and process untill smooth.
  3. Pour mixture into moulds and freeze for couple of hours.
  4. Remove from the freezer and leave for couple of minutes on a side before trying to remove from the moulds.

Makes 6 icicles.


You can also double or triple the recipe and freeze sorbet in large container and then share it with ice cream scoop, or pour mixture into small plastic cups, place sticks in the middle and freeze (it will work as good as mould for icicles).

Bramble fruits / brambles include blackberries, raspberries, black raspberries and other related fruits such as hybrid between raspberries and blackberries – loganberries. In popular UK usage the term refers to the blackberry bush and fruits.

This is my entry for Kalyn’s Weekend Herb Blogging, hosted this week by Anh of Food Lover’s Journey.

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Your thoughts…

  1. Wow! This is awesome! I love the idea of showcasing berries :)

  2. I love this healthy, refreshing pop, Margot. It’s perfect for kids and adults alike!

  3. wow this looks so cute & sounds easy to make! :D I have to make the mould first ;)

  4. Thank you for all comments :)

    Noobcook (Wiffy), I’m not sure where are you located, but you don’t have to make the mould, you can get one in Woolworths or Ikea, hehe ;)

  5. hehehe (big opps), it’s a typo!! I meant to BUY it first (sheepish look on face) … which I did yesterday (buying the Popsicle mould, not making the pops, heh)! yippee!! :D

  6. Hehe, glad to hear you got one ;)
    I will be also making more icicles soon!

  7. A savior for the hot humid weather !

    Came from WHB round up.

  8. margot..that looks so lovely…its so hot there…will surely welcome that!

  9. They look really delicious. This type of thing is called a “popsicle” here in the states. My mother used to make them like this from grape juice, but yours are much more elegant!

  10. so simple but such a great idea!

  11. Oh they look wonderful, so perfect for a hot summers day.

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