Bayberry is soaked in salt water for 10 minutes and rinsed off.
Put the bayberry and granulated sugar in an oil-free enamel pot, add water to the bayberry, and cook for about 15 minutes.
Use a spoon to squeeze the bayberry out of the juice and remove the core.
The bayberry juice consists of the pulp mixed with milk and placed in a popsicle mold. After freezing, it is pink and purple.
The bayberry soaked bayberry will have a little salty taste. After making the popsicle, the flavor is unique. If you don't like it, you can soak it again with pure water.