Pink Mojito Zoku Pops

Ice pops may bring out the kid in you, but you'll feel sophisticated while savoring this cocktail-inspired pop. Surprisingly, even grapefruit skeptics are won over by this recipe.
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terriblelittlepoem
Costa Mesa, CA
June 24, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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good place to start
June 24, 2011
From the experience of making all different sorts of simple syrups I made a few changes to add more of a mint flavor and also to boost the citrus.
I added the zest of one large grapefruit during the process of dissolving the sugar. Large strips of zest made with a peeler. Also I didn't add the mint until after the simmering process and added around 15 leaves of mint letting them sit for a half hour or so in the syrup off heat.
Adding little bits of grapefruit when adding the juice gives the pop a little bit more texture.
I also don't have a Zoku and just poured it into small dixie cups and put in a little wooden spoon stick after an hour or so of freezing time in a regular freezer.
Pros: Easy, Kid-Friendly, Will Make Again