This recipe for hibiscus and strawberry Mexican paletas is the only recipe you’ll need during the summer.
This recipe is so easy to prepare that more than sharing a recipe I feel I’m sharing an idea. This combination of the tartness of hibiscus and the sweetness of the strawberries is the perfect combination for a hot summery day.
To prepare them…
Steep hibiscus tea as you would typically prepare any tea. If you buy loose hibiscus flowers, boil about 2 cups of water. When the water has a strong boil turn off the heat and add about a quarter of a cup of dried hibiscus flowers. Let it sit until cold then add some type of sweetener. Wash and slice the strawberries put them inside the ice pop molds, insert the popsicle stick, pour some hibiscus tea and put in the freezer for about three hours.
You have to believe me when I say these paletas are a no-brainer. They are super easy to prepare. All of the authentic Mexican paletas are very easy to prepare. You just have to use your creativity and an ice pop mold. But here is the recipe for
hibiscus and strawberry Mexican paletas
And are super, but super easy to prepare. And if you like them, please share the recipe and the blog. And before I forget… do not throw away the used hibiscus flowers, you can saute them with some onion and serrano peppers and eat it in tacos. They are delicious!
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Hibiscus and strawberry Mexican paletas
- 1/4 cup of Hibiscus tea
- 2 cups of water
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- 11/2 cup of sliced strawberries
- Prepare the hibiscus tea with the dried flowers, water, and sugar. Boil two cups of water, turn off when the boiling gets to a high point. Add the dried hibiscus flowers and let it cool.
- Wash and slice the strawberries. Put them in the paleta molds, insert the wooden stick.
- Strain the hibiscus tea and add the sugar. Mix well and taste for sweetness, adjust if necessary. Pour the hibiscus tea into the ice pop molds.
- Put in the freezer for at least three hours.
Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.