Seven Second Soursop Pop Recipe

By Matt Essert | August 19, 2011

Photo: Jocelyn McAuley

Yes, they’re great in the summer, but popsicles are delicious treats that can really be enjoyed all year round, and with the recipe like this, that’s how often you’ll want these. For something different, search out some guanabana (also known as soursop) pulp. It’s a sweet, pulpy fruit native to Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Not only is it like nothing you’ve ever had before, but it will make a perfect popsicle that you can enjoy all year round. Read More

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