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How to Make Fresh Fruit Popsicles

Fun and Fruity Ice Pops to Beat the Summer Heat

Feel the freeze! There's nothing better than a cold snack on a hot Summer day. Fight the smoldering Summer heat by cooling down with these pretty fresh-fruit ice pops. They're so easy to make that you'll enjoy making them just as much as tots will enjoy eating them!
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Keep reading for the cool and tasty recipe.

Fresh-Fruit Popsicles

Fresh-Fruit Popsicles

How to Make Fresh Fruit Popsicles 2011-07-27 07:15:46


1 peach, cut into 1/2-inch slices (1/2 cup)
2 kiwis, peeled and sliced into 1/4-inch rounds
3/4 cup strawberries, finely chopped
1/2 cup blueberries
1/2 cup raspberries
1 1/2 to 2 cups of fruit punch or 100-percent white-grape juice


1. Combine fruit in a mixing bowl, and arrange the mixture into 8 3-ounce popsicle molds.

2. Pour enough juice into each mold to just cover fruit.

3. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until solid (about 6 hours).

Source: Flickr user jamailac

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FrancineScott FrancineScott 2 years
where do I find popsicle molds & sticks? Love this idea, thanks for sharing!!!
Michelle2882851 Michelle2882851 3 years
Adding a couple mint leaves would make these even more refreshing!
TechValleyFood TechValleyFood 3 years
This looks simply delicious! Need to find some popsicle molds now.
Marilyn2689129 Marilyn2689129 3 years
We finally made them, my 8 y.o. and I. Simple, delicious and nutritious!
Shelli2732443 Shelli2732443 3 years
these look great!
Marilyn2689129 Marilyn2689129 3 years
Wow . . . I've made a lot of fruit pops in my day, but none quite like this! Looking forward to making them with the kids!
Elizabeth2684504 Elizabeth2684504 3 years
 Dani Friedhoff Nicole Marinos Faithann White  these look like something to try this summer!
Guelda2641503 Guelda2641503 3 years
Great for the great grandchildren and me too. Thanks for sharing.,
Karen2639265 Karen2639265 3 years
love this idea...can't wait to try it
Holly2521996 Holly2521996 3 years
Looks really refreshing
Shawna2478510 Shawna2478510 3 years
This I might have to try and it looks SOOO easy just got to get some popcicle molds
Rebecca-M-Gruber Rebecca-M-Gruber 4 years
OK, you all have convinced me. I'm making these this weekend! @ladydaytrippin - so glad you've liked the recipes!
ladydaytrippin ladydaytrippin 4 years
We've also tried some of the smoothie recipes your site has posted.
ladydaytrippin ladydaytrippin 4 years
We used blackberries, rasberries and wild yellow berries. My LO loves it.
Nicole-Abbott Nicole-Abbott 4 years
That's fantastic! Did you use the fruits listed in the ingredients or did you get creative and make them with your own fruit combination?
ladydaytrippin ladydaytrippin 4 years
My little one (LO) and I made these yesterday. LO actually did it while I watched and supervised. We are so excited about eating them today.
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